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Elegant and Aristocratic: Exciting Video of MS Amsterdam

4 minutes read • February 21st, 2020
She is elegant and stylish. She is modern and aristocratic at the same time. She is the third Holland America Line’s ship to bear the name of the capital of the Netherlands. Yes, she is

MS Amsterdam

– our heroine for today.
MS Amsterdam Ship
MS Amsterdam cruise ship by Sabung.hamster/Wiki/CC BY-SA 4.0

Amsterdam cruise ship is the fourth representative of the HAL’s Rotterdam class. She was constructed by Fincantieri and cost the cruise line $400 million. The liner took her maiden voyage on October 30, 2000.

The vessel has a tonnage of 62,735 GT and a capacity of 1,380 passengers and 647 crew members.
MS Amsterdam has ten decks. The total number of cabins is 690.

Despite her small size, the liner offers excellent dining and entertainment programs. Cozy restaurants and bars, several lively lounges for brilliant entertainment, pools, a variety of duty-free shopping – you can check Holland America Line Amsterdam deck plan to see that this ship has something special for everyone.

What about a charming aerial view of our heroine?

Now we invite you to check a couple of MS Amsterdam cabins.
By the way, we should note that the ship doesn’t have Standard Balcony rooms. Despite this, all cabins are very cozy.  Let’s make sure of it.
Oceanview and Inside Staterooms

Vista Suite

It’s time for a virtual tour of MS Amsterdam’s onboard attractions.

Currently, the MS Amsterdam cruise ship’s guests are enjoying the 128 Night Grand World Voyage. This adventure started in Fort Lauderdale, FL on January 4, 2020. After it, the ship will offer Canada & New England voyages, as well as several other unique sailings. Another cruise around the world will start on January 4, 2021.

Have you already sailed on this beautiful cruise ship? Please share your stories in the comments.

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