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Cruise Overview

  • Duration 129 nights
  • Departs 03 Jan 2023
  • Sails from Fort Lauderdale
  • Ship Zuiderdam
  • Flights and transfersNo
  • Cruise code ‍1770060
  • Voyage code ‍X310
  • Countries visited Costa Rica, Spain, Morocco, Portugal, France, Denmark, Norway, Scotland

Your Itinerary

Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale Tue 03 Jan 2023

Fort Lauderdale

There is an abundance of things to see and do in the Ft. Lauderdale area: visit the newly redesigned Ft. Lauderdale Beach and cafes, stroll the historic Riverwalk, shop the luxurious stores on Las Olas Boulevard or adventure to the Everglades for an intriguing air boat excursion.

At Sea Wed 04 Jan 2023

Cruises to Jamaica

Falmouth, Jamaica Thu 05 Jan 2023

Cruises to Jamaica

Noted for being one of the Caribbean's best-preserved Georgian towns, Falmouth boasts a rich 18th and early 19th century history. Explore Saint Peter's Anglican Church, built in 1795; shop for local crafts at the Albert George Shopping and Historical Centre, and visit Greenwood Great House; built in 1760, this house was once owned by poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning's family and today is home to the finest antique museum in the Caribbean.

At Sea Fri 06 Jan 2023

Costa Rica, Central America

Puerto Limon Sat 07 Jan 2023

Costa Rica, Central America

Explore the lush rainforests, mangrove swamps, numerous volcanoes and crystalline waters of this Central American isthmus, then meet the laid-back 'Ticos' locals that call it home.

Enter Panama Canal at Cristobal Sun 08 Jan 2023

Daylight Transit Panama Canal Sun 08 Jan 2023

Exit Panama Canal Sun 08 Jan 2023

Fuerte Amador, Panama

Fuerte Amador, Panama City Sun 08 Jan 2023

Fuerte Amador, Panama

Located west of Panama City at the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal, Fuerte Amador is a gateway to exploring the many faces of this unique Central American country. The impressive engineering of the canal itself is a wonder to behold; a quick trip to the Miraflores Locks' visitor center with its panoramic observation decks offers the chance to watch behemoth barges thread their way through the legendary manmade waterway. Just minutes from the cruise port, the recently opened Biomuseo is a Frank Gehry–designed natural-history museum dedicated to Panama's ecological marvels. And Fuerte Amador sits within easy taxi distance of Panama City, the bustling, multicultural capital metropolis where visitors can wander a conquistador-era UNESCO World Heritage Site, sip coffee in street cafés and peruse modern malls. For a rural escape, it only takes an hour or two by car to trade the city for the tropical rain forests of Soberanía National Park, where an aerial tram carries passengers through treetops, or to meet Emberá tribespeople in their traditional village along the Chagres River.

At Sea Tue 10 Jan 2023

Crossing the Equator Mon 16 Jan 2023

At Sea Tue 17 Jan 2023

Cruises to the French Polynesia

Nuku Hiva Wed 18 Jan 2023

Cruises to the French Polynesia

Wild and untamed, born of volcanic fire, these isles are the ancient home of architect-builders who created great me'ae (ceremonial walls) - and today home to tattooists, sailors and sculptors. Step ashore to discover French Polynesia at its pristine, natural best.

At Sea Thu 19 Jan 2023

Tahiti, French Ploynesia

Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia Sat 21 Jan 2023

Tahiti, French Ploynesia

Explore the breathtaking beauty of Tahiti with its vast mountains, white sandy beaches, turquoise ocean and glittering coral reefs.

Moorea

Moorea Sun 22 Jan 2023

Moorea

Jagged needle-shaped mountains define the skyline. Below, fields of pineapple, vanilla and coffee carpet the land, while crystal-clear lagoons teem with parrot fish, purple anemone and lacy pink coral. Sample shore excursions: Motu Beach Picnic & Ray Feeding; Circle Island Tour & Belvedere; Auto Safari Adventure.

Bora Bora, South Pacific

Bora Bora, French Polynesia Mon 23 Jan 2023

Bora Bora, South Pacific

Bora Bora appears to be of another world, with pretty sand-edged motu (islets) and rainforest-covered ridges, while its fabulous coral reef is a joy to explore.

Cruises to the French Polynesia

Raiatea Tue 24 Jan 2023

Cruises to the French Polynesia

Oro, god of war, guards his temple deep in the rain forest of Raiatea. Nearby on Mt. Temehani grows the rare and delicate tiare apetahi flower, whose petals open only at dawn in the presence of lovers. Sample shore excursions: Faaroa River Jungle Cruise; Raiatea - The Sacred Island; 4-wheel-drive Safari.

At Sea Wed 25 Jan 2023

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Crossing the International Date line Fri 27 Jan 2023

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At Sea Sat 28 Jan 2023

Nuku 'Alofa, Tango

Nuku'alofa Sun 29 Jan 2023

Nuku 'Alofa, Tango

Unique in many ways, Tonga is the only country in the South Pacific that has never been colonized. The secret to this tiny kingdom's lasting autonomy lies with its monarchy - rich in culture and tradition; unafraid to modernize and move forward. You'll find Nuku'alofa on the isle of Tongatapu - the largest of the 171 island jewels in the Tongan crown. Hopefully the Tongan people, cheerful and welcoming, will treat you to a version of the lakalaka - their compelling art of storytelling manifested in a breathtaking dance.

At Sea Tue 31 Jan 2023

Auckland Thu 02 Feb 2023

Stretched over a volcanic field on New Zealand's North Island is multicultural Auckland. The country's largest city, this thriving hub offers everything you would expect.

Tauranga City, North Island, New Zealand

Tauranga (Rotorua), New Zealand Fri 03 Feb 2023

Tauranga City, North Island, New Zealand

Site of fierce Maori wars, Tauranga today is a peaceful city in the heart of kiwifruit-growing country. Farther afield: Rotorua, with its spouting geysers and bubbling mud pools, the Waitomo Glow Worm Caves and nocturnal kiwi houses. Sample shore excursions: Fascinating Rotorua; Longridge Park & Jetboat Ride; Maori Marae Visit.

Napier, New Zealand

Napier Sat 04 Feb 2023

Napier, New Zealand

A city of vision, rebuilt in the striking, clean style of art deco after a devastating earthquake in 1931 and reinvented as a center for gourmet food and wines. Sample shore excursions: Napier Art Deco Highlights; Cape Kidnappers Gannet Safari; Hawke's Bay Wineries; A Taste of New Zealand:: Epicurean Experience at Sileni Estates.

Coast, Wellington

Wellington Sun 05 Feb 2023

Coast, Wellington

New Zealand’s capital city is a veritable hotspot of food, fun and culture situated in one of the planet’s most beautiful countries.

At Sea Mon 06 Feb 2023

Cruises to Sydney

Sydney, Australia Thu 09 Feb 2023

Cruises to Sydney

From the Sydney Opera House to Bondi Beach, man and Mother Nature contribute in equal measure to this splendid city.

At Sea Sat 11 Feb 2023

Port Arthur, Tasmania

Port Arthur Sun 12 Feb 2023

Port Arthur, Tasmania

The Port Arthur Historic Site is the best preserved convict site in Australia and one of the country’s most visited heritage attractions. Take a drive down Arthur Highway which forms part of the Convict Trail Touring Route and passes through breathtaking seascapes, rolling farmlands and little villages, vineyards, artists studios and sweeping bays.

Cruises to Hobart

Hobart Sun 12 Feb 2023

Cruises to Hobart

Bursting with modern energy and historic charm, Hobart is a contrasting mix of colonial style and vibrant modernity. Discover all this and more on a cruise to Hobart.

Scenic Cruising Cape Raoul Mon 13 Feb 2023

At Sea Tue 14 Feb 2023

Cruises to Australia

Adelaide Wed 15 Feb 2023

Cruises to Australia

With a burgeoning creative class, top-notch wining and dining, and a pace of life that feels distinctly more leisurely than high-profile siblings Melbourne and Sydney, Adelaide has evolved into a must-visit destination. The biggest buzz is going on in the city's Central Business District, which has become the hub for artists, designers and restaurateurs, all breathing new life into a once-sleepy capital. Not everything changes though: The town's reputation as a genteel, leafy haven is still justified, and Adelaideans' love of sport—particularly Australian Rules football and cricket—continues unabated. You'll also soon notice that the citizens of Adelaide are devoted to fine wine and great food, and they're particularly proud of the world-class vintages being produced in the famous Barossa Valley wine region, another must-see when visiting South Australia. Even if you can't make it to the source, the city's excellent restaurants and bars showcase local wines, many of which—like the country's most famous red, Grange Hermitage—are worth traveling across the world for.

Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island

Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island Fri 17 Feb 2023

Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island

The Australian continent’s third-largest island—Kangaroo—enchants visitors with its mellow rhythms, which seem to be coming from a quieter and much simpler time. Even Penneshaw, its main ferry port, has a population of less than 300 people . . . and farmers sometimes still advertise for spouses on bulletin boards. Long roads run arrow-straight through the fields, scrub and dense gum forests of this spectacular unspoiled destination. It remains one of the best places to see Australian marsupials in the wild. Almost half the island remains bushland or national park, sheltering koalas, echidnas and a million or so tammar wallabies. Weighing just five to seven kilograms (11 to 15 pounds), these mini-roos flourish here, thanks to a dearth of foxes and other mainland predators. (Despite this strong population, the species, Macropus eugenii, remains on the endangered list.) Marine mammals also make a healthy showing on Kangaroo Island. Visitors can walk through one of the country's largest sea lion colonies and watch for rare southern right whales offshore.

At Sea Sat 18 Feb 2023

Skyline, Perth

Fremantle (Perth) Tue 21 Feb 2023

Skyline, Perth

Whether you're visiting for the day, or stopping for a few nights, this welcoming destination has much more to offer than you probably expect from an isolated Western Australian city.

At Sea Thu 23 Feb 2023

Jetty silhouette against beautiful sunset in Mauritius Island

Port Louis Thu 02 Mar 2023

Jetty silhouette against beautiful sunset in Mauritius Island

Sandy white beaches. Dazzling turquoise waters. Charming people, verdant countryside. The Indian Ocean island of Mauritius has it all.

La Possession

La Possesion Fri 03 Mar 2023

La Possession

La Possession is a commune in the French overseas department of Réunion. It is located on the northwest side of the island of Réunion, between the capital of Saint-Denis and the commune of Le Port.

At Sea Sat 04 Mar 2023

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Tolanaro Sun 05 Mar 2023

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At Sea Mon 06 Mar 2023

Maputo, Mozambique

Maputo Wed 08 Mar 2023

Maputo, Mozambique

Mozambique's capital and largest city, Maputo, has finally recovered from a 15-year civil war that ended in 1992, and is now bounding toward prosperity, thanks to one of Africa’s fastest-growing economies. For curious travelers, there's much to discover here: You'll find a fascinating swirl of cultures—including Portuguese, Bantu, Arab, Chinese and Indian—and be energized by the lively atmosphere of a young, vibrant Africa on the move. Recent investments in Maputo’s parks and museums as well as in the historic Baixa quarter have put a new shine on much of the city. A good place to start your exploration of the two main neighborhoods, uptown and Baixa, is Independence Square, the gateway to both areas. Here, architectural styles mix to surprising effect. Next, head to the central market in Baixa, the historic heart of town, for a glimpse of residents' daily life and to visit some of the cultural highlights such as the National Money Museum, housed in one of Maputo's oldest buildings. Don’t miss the beautiful gardens at the Natural History Museum, the elegant old train station and the underappreciated modernist architecture dating from when Mozambique was ruled by Portugal. Maputo consistently delivers surprises like these—and more.

At Sea Thu 09 Mar 2023

Durban, South Africa

Durban Fri 10 Mar 2023

Durban, South Africa

The coastal port of Durban lies along the Indian Ocean in the Kwa-Zulu Natal province of South Africa, where golden sand beaches meet warm blue-green waters. This stretch of pristine beach in the central area of the city is called the Golden Mile, but in fact stretches out for four miles, making it a beachcomber's paradise. If surfboards and sunbathing are not your thing, the promenades fronting the beach are a haven for flea markets and shops. Jump into a three-wheeled 'tuk-tuk' for a unique look at the city. Head to the Victoria Indian Street Market, where you can visit temples, shop and sample local flavors. Amid British colonial buildings, a variety of historic museums and quiet parks await your exploration. Nearby, enjoy the lush Umgeni River Bird Park, home to more than 3000 bird species.

East London, South Africa

East London Sat 11 Mar 2023

East London, South Africa

East London is a popularly and informally defined part of London, capital of the United Kingdom. By most definitions, it is east of the ancient City of London and north of the River Thames

Port Elizabeth, Grenadines

Port Elizabeth Sun 12 Mar 2023

Port Elizabeth, Grenadines

Located on the beautiful Grenadine island of Bequia, in the Southern Caribbean, Port Elizabeth offers a charming waterfront, natural beauty and centuries of history to explore. Visit The Saint Vincent Botanical Gardens – the oldest botanical gardens in the Western Hemisphere, and The Nicholas Wildlife Aviary Complex; relax on the soft, golden sand at Princess Margaret Beach; and explore Hamilton Fort, built by the French in the late 18th century.

At Sea Mon 13 Mar 2023

Cape Town

Cape Town Tue 14 Mar 2023

Cape Town

With its spectacular scenic views, wonderful wildlife and fantastic food and drink, Cape Town is a dream destination for any travel enthusiast.

At Sea Thu 16 Mar 2023

Luderitz, Namibia

Luderitz Fri 17 Mar 2023

Luderitz, Namibia

Lüderitz is a coastal town in southwestern Namibia. It’s known for its German colonial buildings, including the art nouveau Goerke Haus, built into the rock face on Diamond Hill. Nearby, Felsenkirche is a hilltop church with panoramic bay views stretching around to Robert Harbor.

Walvis Bay Sat 18 Mar 2023

Dine on freshly-caught fish and home-grown oysters as you explore Walvis Bay's outstanding conservation areas and its Germanic history.

At Sea Sun 19 Mar 2023

Luanda Tue 21 Mar 2023

Luanda, the capital of Angola, is a port city on the west coast of Southern Africa. A seafront promenade known as the Marginal runs alongside Luanda Bay. Nearby is the well-preserved 16th-century Fortress of São Miguel, which now contains the Museum of the Armed Forces.

At Sea Wed 22 Mar 2023

Crossing the Equator Fri 24 Mar 2023

Takoradi, Ghana

Takoradi, Ghana Sat 25 Mar 2023

Takoradi, Ghana

Once a modest fishing village, Takoradi is today a major port city. Explore its colonial past with a visit to the ruins of the Dutch Orange Fort. Takoradi has wonderful restaurants, be sure to sample the local cuisine at any of the beachside resorts.

Abidjan, Ivory Coast

Abidjan, Ivory Coast Sun 26 Mar 2023

Abidjan, Ivory Coast

Known as “the Manhattan of the tropics,”Abiijian is one of the Côte d’Ivoire’s two capitals. This populous city boasts one of Africa’s liveliest music scenes, picturesque lagoons lined with swaying palm trees, as well as coffee and cocoa plantations.

At Sea Mon 27 Mar 2023

Banjul, Gambia

Banjul Wed 29 Mar 2023

Banjul, Gambia

The Gambia is defined by a river, the one that gives the nation its name. The long, narrow country stretches from the Atlantic into Africa for some 475 kilometers (295 miles), and consists of the Gambia River and its banks—spanning only 48 kilometers (30 miles) at its widest point. This smallest country on the African mainland is also home to the continent’s smallest capital, Banjul, with fewer than 35,000 residents. Sitting on an island where the river enters the ocean, Banjul is decidedly laid-back, without the bustling city center—or traffic jams—of Africa’s larger metropolises.The Gambia also has the distinction of having enjoyed a relatively stable government since independence. That, combined with a warm tropical climate and miles of beautiful beaches along its Atlantic coastline, has attracted a thriving expat community. For most visitors to Banjul, the nearby beaches and quiet pace of life here are its main draws. Among the popular sights are The Gambia National Museum, which recounts the history of the country as well as daily life for the nation’s residents, and the Abuko Nature Reserve, the country's first national park, which provides an excellent introduction to Africa’s flora and fauna.

Dakar, Senegal

Dakar Thu 30 Mar 2023

Dakar, Senegal

Alluring and frenetic, Senegal’s capital, Dakar, was long a tiny settlement on the southern part of the Cape Verde peninsula. It now encompasses former colonial towns (it was once a French commune) and a handful of other villages. The hub is the Place de l’Indépendance, a buzzing square lined with both concrete-block and colonial buildings and from which streets with restaurants, shops and theaters radiate. Roads are often congested with buses, taxis and horse-drawn carriages, and the Medina quarter, home to the Grand Mosque and markets, is an explosion of color and commotion. The food scene has a lot of flavor, too, with influences from Senegal’s many ethnic groups, European past, and a large Lebanese expat community. Alongside trendy restaurants, you’ll find beachside night markets and traditional spots serving thieboudienne (seasoned fish served with rice and vegetables). Music makes up much of the pulse of Dakar—you'll hear the drumbeats of the local mbalax music emanating from the city's dance clubs—but there are more serene parts of Dakar, too. The streets of Île de Gorée, once a depot for the slave trade, can be hauntingly quiet, and an hour away, the pink-tinted Lake Retba offers a respite from Dakar’s never-ending sights and sounds.

At Sea Fri 31 Mar 2023

Santa Cruz (Tenerife)

Santa Cruz (Tenerife) Sun 02 Apr 2023

Santa Cruz (Tenerife)

Though part of Spain, the Canary Islands sit in the open Atlantic Ocean, about 100 kilometers (60 miles) west of Morocco. The mild climate mixed with a rich volcanic landscape and beautiful sandy beaches makes the main city of Santa Cruz, on the largest island of Tenerife, a welcome stop for many cruise voyages. The isolated island is dominated by the Teide volcano, the tallest mountain in Spain and site of one of the world’s most popular national parks. A cable car carries visitors to the top, offering unrivaled views of the island. Travelers interested in learning about the history of the island, its unique wildlife and the population of indigenous people that lived here before the arrival of European settlers should visit the Museum of Nature and Man in Santa Cruz, while architecture buffs can stroll the streets of La Laguna to see colonial-era mansions. And travelers keen on food and wine should venture into the countryside to sample local dishes or make the drive to Casa del Vino, where they can learn about, and taste, local wines while shopping for a bottle or two to bring home.

Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Arrecife Mon 03 Apr 2023

Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Lanzarote is an island destination which promises to leave you awed by the majesty of nature, thanks to its volcanic geology which dates back a mere 15 million years.

Agadir, Morocco

Agadir Tue 04 Apr 2023

Agadir, Morocco

On the western shore of Morocco, 2km south of the ill-fated city of Casbah you’ll find sun-drenched Agadir. Along the coast, this popular seaside resort flaunts a golden bay and palm-shaded promenade, while its urban heart hums to the beat of busy marketplaces. Outside the city, flamingoes flock to the Massa lagoon and climbing goats perch upon sought-after Argan trees.

At Sea Wed 05 Apr 2023

Casablanca,Hassan II mosque, Morocco

Casablanca Thu 06 Apr 2023

Casablanca,Hassan II mosque, Morocco

The sprawling, Moroccan city of Casablanca, sits on the north-west coast of Africa.

Tangier, Morocco

Tangier Fri 07 Apr 2023

Tangier, Morocco

Tangier is Africa's whitewashed gateway to Europe and the Mediterranean. Wide palm-lined boulevards and humming souks are Tangier's distinctively Moroccan features, but Spanish, French and Berber characteristics are found everywhere: arched wooden doors, hefty silver ornamentations, tightly-woven carpets that tell tribal legends.

Malaga, Spain

Malaga Sat 08 Apr 2023

Malaga, Spain

The southern Spanish city of Malaga has a lot more to offer than a sunny Mediterranean climate. The city where artist Pablo Picasso was born is now regarded as Andalusia’s cultural capital.

Seville, Spain

Cadiz (Seville) Sun 09 Apr 2023

Seville, Spain

Hanging off the southwestern edge of Spain, Cádiz is one of Andalucía’s regional capitals and a place bursting with personality. Europe’s oldest continually inhabited city, with a history stretching back 3,000 years, has fallen on hard times in recent years, but a combination of pride, good humor and stoicism keeps it on an even keel. The famous Carnival, one of Spain’s most important in the genre, is a thrilling fiesta into which Cádiz pours all its energy and ingenuity. The city’s fond nickname, la tacita de plata ("little silver cup"), alludes to its curious geography—it juts out on a long peninsula into a sheltered bay. Old town Cádiz is a warren of cobbled streets where the houses, painted white or dusty ochre, have the weather-beaten look of a place subjected to centuries of wind and salt. This ancient city has one good example of everything that matters: a great food market, a theater (the Teatro Falla, a grand Art Nouveau Moorish gem), a gorgeous cathedral, impressive fortifications and a beach—the picturesque and famous La Caleta.

Cruises to Lisbon

Lisbon Mon 10 Apr 2023

Cruises to Lisbon

Follow in the footsteps of the world’s greatest explorers as you wind your way through Lisbon’s cobblestone streets. Take in the tree-lined squares, ancient castles and colourful cityscape of Portugal’s capital city.

At Sea Tue 11 Apr 2023

Cruises to La Coruna

A Coruna Wed 12 Apr 2023

Cruises to La Coruna

Thanks to its museums, galleries and popular beaches, bustling La Coruna is an ideal location for those wanting to throw themselves into Spanish culture.

At Sea Thu 13 Apr 2023

Cruises to France

Brest Fri 14 Apr 2023

Cruises to France

Sitting by a natural harbor at the mouth of the Penfeld River in western Brittany, the city of Brest has a rich maritime history that stretches from the Middle Ages to today, as it is home to the main French naval base in the Atlantic. Brest’s strategic importance was first established in the 1600s, when Cardinal Richelieu created a naval base and arsenal here. Throughout the Napoleonic Wars, warships were produced in its dockyards. During World War I, Americans maintained a naval air station in Brest, then Germany took control of the city during World War II and stationed U-boat submarines in its harbor. Though much of the city was destroyed in 1944 after an Allied invasion, one of Brest’s most important sites escaped the bombing: the Château de Brest, a 13th-century castle that’s the oldest structure in town. Just across the Penfeld River stands the 14th-century tower Tour Tanguy; inside is a museum that showcases the history of the city prior to World War II, with dioramas, photographs, postcards and other objects.

Portland, England

Portland, England Sat 15 Apr 2023

Portland, England

Your visit to Portland and the English countryside of County Dorset will be rich in scenic beauty and centuries-old history. Visit the ancient village of Cerne Abbas and admire its beautiful 14th-century church and 16th-century houses; explore Sherbourne Castle, commissioned by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594; and marvel at prehistoric Stonehenge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sample shore excursions: Historic Corfe Castle; Stonehenge & Salisbury; Stunning Sherborne Castle.

Eiffel Tower in Paris, France

Le Havre Sun 16 Apr 2023

Eiffel Tower in Paris, France

Le Havre, translated to English as 'the harbour', was established in 1517 by King Francis I. It has long been the port of choice for mariners and international traders thanks to its prime location.

Cruises to Zeebrugge (Brussels)

Zeebrugge (Brussels) Mon 17 Apr 2023

Cruises to Zeebrugge (Brussels)

From this busy port city tour to canal-laced Brugge; Brussels, home of the European Union; and Ghent, mecca for chocolate lovers. Sample shore excursion: Antwerp, City of Diamonds.

Canal at sunset, Amsterdam

Amsterdam Tue 18 Apr 2023

Canal at sunset, Amsterdam

Although equally famous for its rebellious contemporary edginess, Amsterdam is a picturesque city with a fascinating history and rich artistic heritage.

At Sea Thu 20 Apr 2023

Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen Fri 21 Apr 2023

Copenhagen, Denmark

With its ancient castles, brightly coloured houses and sculpture of a certain little mermaid, wandering around Copenhagen can sometimes feel like you’ve walked into a storybook.

Royal Palace, Oslo

Oslo, Norway Sat 22 Apr 2023

Royal Palace, Oslo

Oslo’s innumerable sights mean there’s something to suit all tastes. Plus, with its fjords and surrounding woodland, Oslo’s natural wonders are breathtaking.

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Scenic Cruising Oslo Fjord Sat 22 Apr 2023

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Kristiansand

Kristiansand Sun 23 Apr 2023

Kristiansand

One of southern Norway's most picturesque attractions. Take a walk among the white wooden houses, or visit the variety of shops. You'll discover the town's interesting geometric layout designed during the Renaissance.

Haugesund, Norway Mon 24 Apr 2023

With Norway possessing countless famous natural landmarks—its glorious fjords practically enjoy celebrity status—the town of Haugesund, in the southern county of Rogaland, can be overlooked despite its history as a center of the country’s Viking rulers. Norway’s first king, Harald Fairhair, whose rule began in the latter half of the 9th century, lived nearby, and he and several other early kings are buried in a mound here along the Karmsundet Strait. Today, Norwegians know the town as a cultural center with popular music and film festivals, as well as for being a beneficiary of Norway’s petroleum wealth. As in many Scandinavian port towns, a long row of handsome old commercial buildings line the Smedasundet waterfront; today, they house busy restaurants. A block inland, the Haraldsgata pedestrian street has a folk museum, the brick Our Savior’s Church and plenty of shopping. At the edge of town, a huge granite obelisk erected in 1872 commemorates the 1,000th anniversary of the seminal Battle of Hafrsfjord, when Harald Fairhair led his forces to victory and united Norway in the process. It is also easy to get from Haugesund to the massive glacier fields of Folgefonna National Park and to the 612-meter-high (2,008-foot) Langfoss waterfall.

Eidfjord, Norway

Eidfjord, Norway Tue 25 Apr 2023

Eidfjord, Norway

In the shadow of snowy peaks and near stunning blue-green fjords, Eidfjord is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful villages in Norway. Even though it has a population of less than 1,000, scores of visitors come here each year to bask in the area's natural splendor. Hardangervidda, near Eidfjord, is Europe's largest mountain plateau as well as Norway's largest national park. Interestingly, the legendary polar explorer Roald Amundsen, who led the first expedition to reach the South Pole, and Fridtjof Nansen, who made the first successful crossing of the Greenland interior, both used Hardangervidda to prepare for their expeditions. Walking, hiking, cycling and cross-country skiing are popular, and the area is home to Europe's largest population of wild reindeer. Numerous canyons, including the famous Måbødalen Valley, lead south from the Hardangervidda plateau to the fjords along the coast, and about 16 kilometers (10 miles) south of Eidfjord, visitors can see the dramatic 182-meter-tall (597-foot-tall) Vøringfossen waterfall. In the center of Eidfjord stands the 14th-century stone Eidfjord Kirke, while outside town the famous Kjeåsen Mountain Farm sits on a ledge some 600 meters (1,968 feet) above the Simadalsfjord.

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Scenic cruising Hardangerfjord Tue 25 Apr 2023

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Bergen, Norway

Bergen Wed 26 Apr 2023

Bergen, Norway

Amidst rolling mountains and striking fjords, is vibrant Bergen. Founded more than 900 years ago, with roots in the Viking Age, the once-capital of Norway exudes dynamic charm.

At Sea Thu 27 Apr 2023

Portree, Isle of Skye

Portree, Isle of Skye Fri 28 Apr 2023

Portree, Isle of Skye

The largest town on Skye - located in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland - this port's harbor is fringed by steep cliffs and the town's Gaelic heritage in evident in the local attractions. Harry Potter fans will recognize that the town is home to the fictional Pride of Portree. Everything is a short stroll away within Portree, and nearby Glasgow provides further opportunities for exploration. The mountainous Isle of Skye provides breathtaking vistas from nearly every destination. Play a round of golf in nearby Sconser or go pony trekking at Skeabost. Skye is also the ideal place for fishing and bird watching. Sample the local whisky at Talisker Distillery in Carbost or simply find a quiet spot to admire the views.

Oban, Scotland

Oban, UK Sat 29 Apr 2023

Oban, Scotland

A small town with big appeal, Oban draws tourists year-round. Attractions in Oban include the Waterfront Centre, the Cathedral of St Columba, the Oban Distillery, Dunollie Castle, Dunstaffnage Castle and McCaig's Tower, which dominates the town's skyline. Oban is also a convenient base from which to explore the sights of Kilmartin Glen.

Dublin docklands

Dublin Sun 30 Apr 2023

Dublin docklands

Head to the Irish capital to see some of the world's finest Georgian buildings, to enjoy the freshest pint of Guinness from a rooftop bar, and to learn about the many great writers who once called this charming city home.

Cobh (Cork) Mon 01 May 2023

Corkonians are fiercely proud of their hometown, so much so that it’s jokingly referred to as the People’s Republic of Cork. And there is a lot to love about Ireland’s second city. Hugging the banks of the River Lee, it takes its name from corcaigh, the Gaelic word for "marshy." With its origins in the 7th century, Cork enjoyed a flourishing period as a merchant center in the 18th and 19th centuries, with grand buildings like the elegant Cork City Hall bearing testimony to this status. On the north bank of the River Lee is the quaint neighborhood of Shandon with its landmark clock tower of St. Anne’s Church. The city’s heart is set on an island sandwiched between two channels of the Lee that open out into one of Europe's largest natural harbors at Cobh. Cobh brought the city prosperity (and also happened to be the final port of call for the ill-fated RMS Titanic). And it was from Cobh that over 2.5 million immigrants caught their final glimpse of their home country as they departed in search of a better life in the United States between 1848 and 1950. There’s a more modern side to Cork, with a thriving university quarter, pubs, bars and restaurants. Whatever your interests, you will find a side of Cork to love too.

At Sea Tue 02 May 2023

Cruises to the Azores

Ponta Delgada Thu 04 May 2023

Cruises to the Azores

This volcanic land is surrounded by rugged coastline and turquoise waters, providing you with a vast range of exciting ways to spend your visit.

At Sea Fri 05 May 2023

Cruises to Half Moon Cay, Bahamas

Half Moon Cay Thu 11 May 2023

Cruises to Half Moon Cay, Bahamas

The Caribbean is full of tropical wonders and natural beauty. But there’s nothing like Half Moon Cay, our pristine private island paradise in the Bahamas. Cruise to the Bahamas with Holland America Line and discover the most stunning, highest-rated private-island experience in the region, Half Moon Cay. This island has won Porthole Cruise Magazine’s Best Private Island award 17 consecutive years, and was also named the best in Travel Weekly's Readers' Choice Awards. As soon as your toes touch that powdery white sand and your eyes settle on the perfect blue-crystal clear water, you’ll understand why this island is one of the most sought out destinations. Whether you are planning a romantic getaway or a family vacation, book a Bahamas cruise and explore Half Moon Cay's beautiful beaches, exciting cruise excursions, exclusive beach cabanas and more.

Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale Fri 12 May 2023

Fort Lauderdale

There is an abundance of things to see and do in the Ft. Lauderdale area: visit the newly redesigned Ft. Lauderdale Beach and cafes, stroll the historic Riverwalk, shop the luxurious stores on Las Olas Boulevard or adventure to the Everglades for an intriguing air boat excursion.

What's included *

  • Spacious, elegantly appointed staterooms, many with private verandas
  • All meals throughout your cruise - five course fine dining, informal buffets and late-night snacks throughout the day and early evening
  • All evening entertainment, including Broadway-style shows and live music in many of the lounges
  • On board leisure facilities, including swimming pools, Jacuzzis and use of gym equipment
  • A choice of daily on board activities
  • Luggage porterage between your cabin and the drop-off/pick-up point
  • Luxurious Mariner's Dream™ beds and premium linens
  • Luxurious bathrobes and Elemis skincare and spa therapy products
  • 24 hour in-room dining
  • ABTA & ATOL Protection
  • Plus, book a Balcony Cabin or above by 8pm 31st October 2021 and receive DOUBLE Cruise Miles

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Standard Interior Stateroom

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2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, shower. Stateroom amenities include: Luxurious beds featuring Sealy® Premium Euro-Top mattresses and finely woven cotton linens. Deluxe waffle weave and terry cloth bathrobes for use during your voyage. 100% Egyptian cotton towels. Premium massage showerheads. 5X magnifying make-up mirrors and salon-quality hair dryers. Fragrant soaps, lotions, shampoo and other bath amenities from Elemis Aromapure. Note - Some rooms in the same category may have different furniture configurations and/or facilities. Room measurements are approximate. Please confirm before booking. Complimentary fresh fruit on request. Elegant ice bucket and serving tray for in-stateroom beverages. Flat-panel TV and DVD player. Ice service, shoeshine service and nightly turndown service.

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Large/Standard Inside Stateroom

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Large or Standard: 2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, shower. Approximately 151–233 sq. ft

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Large Interior Stateroom

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Approximately 151–233 sq. ft. These spacious staterooms include two lower beds convertible to one queen-size bed—our Signature Mariner's Dream bed with plush Euro-Top mattresses, premium massage shower heads and a host of amenities. The configuration of staterooms may vary from the images shown.

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Large Ocean-view Stateroom (Obstructed View)

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2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub, shower. Stateroom amenities include: Luxurious beds featuring Sealy® Premium Euro-Top mattresses and finely woven cotton linens. Deluxe waffle weave and terry cloth bathrobes for use during your voyage. 100% Egyptian cotton towels. Premium massage showerheads. 5X magnifying make-up mirrors and salon-quality hair dryers. Fragrant soaps, lotions, shampoo and other bath amenities from Elemis Aromapure. Complimentary fresh fruit on request. Elegant ice bucket and serving tray for in-stateroom beverages. Flat-panel TV and DVD player. Ice service, shoeshine service and nightly turndown service. Note - Some rooms in the same category may have different furniture configurations and/or facilities. Room measurements are approximate. Please confirm before booking.

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Large Ocean view Stateroom

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Approximately 174–180 sq. ft. These expansive staterooms include include two lower beds convertible to one queen-size bed—our Signature Mariner's Dream bed with plush Euro-Top mattresses, premium massage shower heads, a host of amenities and an ocean view. The configuration of staterooms may vary from the images shown.

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Large Ocean view Stateroom (Partial Sea View)

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Approximately 174–180 sq. ft. These staterooms feature a partial sea view and include two lower beds convertible to one queen-size bed—our signature Mariner's Dream bed with plush Euro-Top mattresses, plus premium massage shower heads and a variety of amenities. The configuration of staterooms may vary from the images shown.

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Large Ocean view Stateroom (Fully Obstructed View)

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Approximately 174–180 sq. ft. These large staterooms include two lower beds convertible to one queen-size bed—our Signature Mariner's Dream bed with plush Euro-Top mattresses, premium massage shower heads and a host of amenities. The view is fully obstructed. The configuration of staterooms may vary from the images shown.

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Verandah Stateroom

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2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub, shower, sitting area, private verandah, floor-to-ceiling windows. Stateroom amenities include: Our signature Mariner's Dream™ bed featuring plush Sealy Posturepedic® Euro-Top mattress and finely woven cotton linens. Luxurious bathrobes for use during your voyage. 100% Egyptian cotton towels. Premium massage showerhead. 5x magnifying lighted make-up mirror and salon-quality hair dryer. Fragrant soaps, lotions, shampoo and other bath amenities from Elemis Aromapure. Complimentary fresh fruit on request. Elegant ice bucket and serving tray for in-stateroom beverages. Flat-panel TV and DVD player. Ice service, shoeshine service and nightly turndown service. Note - Some rooms in the same category may have different furniture configurations and/or facilities. Room measurements are approximate. Please confirm before booking.

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VF Navigation

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Neptune Suite

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Approximately 500–712 sq. ft. including verandah With floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking a private verandah, these spacious suites are flooded with light. They feature a large sitting area and two lower beds convertible to one king-size bed—our signature Mariner's Dream bed with plush Euro-Top mattresses plus a separate dressing room. There's also a sofa bed, suitable for two people. The bathroom comes with a dual-sink vanity, full-size whirlpool bath and shower, plus additional shower stall. Amenities include use of the exclusive Neptune Lounge, a private concierge and an array of complimentary services. The configuration of staterooms may vary from the images shown.

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Signature Suite

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Approximately 372–384 sq. ft. including verandah These large, comfortable suites feature a spacious sitting area with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking a private verandah, two lower beds convertible to one queen-size bed—our signature Mariner's Dream bed with plush Euro-Top mattresses, and one sofa bed for one person. The bathroom includes a dual-sink vanity, full-size whirlpool bath and shower, and an additional shower stall. The configuration of staterooms may vary from the images shown.

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Pinnacle Suite

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Approximately 1,150 sq. ft. including verandah Generously proportioned and filled with light, these elegant suites include a living room, dining room, pantry with microwave and refrigerator, and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking a private verandah with whirlpool. The bedroom features a king-size bed—our Signature Mariner's Dream bed with plush Euro-Top mattresses, plus a separate dressing room and the bath includes an oversize whirlpool bath and shower as well as an additional shower stall. There's also a sofa bed, suitable for two people, and a guest toilet. Amenities include a private stereo system, use of the exclusive Neptune Lounge, private concierge and an array of complimentary services. The configuration of staterooms may vary from the images shown.

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The Ship - Zuiderdam

  • Occupancy1,916
  • Tonnage82,305 tons
  • Length936 ft (285.30 m)
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First of our Vista-class ships, Zuiderdam boasts classic nautical lines and finishes, modern amenities and a spectacular art and antique collection. While on board, explore the world’s wonders through BBC Earth Experiences. Enjoy regional cooking demonstrations and food and wine tastings with EXC Port to Table. Relax with a rejuvenating treatment at the Greenhouse Spa & Salon. Enjoy the wide array of delectable cuisines in our restaurants.

Experience the Difference

  • Our ABTA membership & ATOL license protects all our package or tailormade holidays booked through ROL Cruise so you can book with confidence knowing you are fully protected
  • Award winning Cruise Miles® loyalty programme; with over 400,000 UK members
  • Winners of more than 50 Cruise Awards over the last 5 years
  • The UK's No.1 Independent Cruise Specialist; delivering impartial advice
  • Customer satisfaction at 98% and a Feefo score of 4.8/5.
  • Expert staff with over 1,000 years of combined travel expertise offering 5★ service
  • Flexible Payment Options Available
  • Celebrating our 25th year as a cruise-only specialist
  • Key strategic partner with the major cruise lines
  • Voted The UK & Ireland's No.1 Ocean Cruise Specialist in TTG's 2020 Top 50 Travel Agencies Awards
  • Ambassadors representing us and guiding our customers onboard and at key locations on their holidays

Frequently Asked Questions about Holland America Line

Does Holland America Line have a flexible cancellation policy?

Yes, Holland America Line does have a flexible cancellation policy.

Book a cruise by 30th September 2021 on sailings departing through to 31st December 2021 and you will be able to cancel for any reason no less than 30 days prior to departure. You will receive a refund of monies paid in form of a Future Cruise Credit. Your Future Cruise Credit will be valid for one year from the date of issue and can be used on any Holland America sailing departing up until 31st December 2022.


Do I need a COVID-19 vaccine to travel aboard a Holland America cruise ship?

 

No, you do not currently need to have had your COVID-19 vaccines to board a Holland America ship. Please note this is subject to change and excludes Holland America's 2021 Alaska season.


Last updated: 22.06.21

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