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MS Amsterdam

Capacity
1.380
Crew
647
Tonnage
62.735
Length
237.0 m (777.6 ft)
First voyage
2000
Decks
12 decks

MS Amsterdam is a cruise ship owned and operated by Holland America Line, named for the northern Holland city of Amsterdam. She is the line's Pacific flagship and is a sister ship to MS Rotterdam. She is the co-flagship of Holland America Line along with Rotterdam.

As with Rotterdam, Amsterdam features a multi-million dollar art collection. This includes a three-story, fully functional Astrolabe in the main atrium which took over 15 years to design.

During the summer, Amsterdam sails around Alaska; during the winter, she... Read more

MS Amsterdam

Capacity: 
1.380
Crew: 
647
Tonnage: 
62.735
Length: 
237.0 m (777.6 ft)
Beam: 
32.25 m (105.8 ft)
First voyage: 
2000
Decks: 
12 decks

MS Amsterdam is a cruise ship owned and operated by Holland America Line, named for the northern Holland city of Amsterdam. She is the line's Pacific flagship and is a sister ship to MS Rotterdam. She is the co-flagship of Holland America Line along with Rotterdam.

As with Rotterdam, Amsterdam features a multi-million dollar art collection. This includes a three-story, fully functional Astrolabe in the main atrium which took over 15 years to design.

During the summer, Amsterdam sails around Alaska; during the winter, she makes grand voyages around Asia, Australia/New Zealand & South Pacific. She also sails an around-the-world grand voyage round-trip from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Fuel consumption of 140 tons (39,500 gallons) of fuel per day at 21 knots speed.

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Attractions on MS Amsterdam


Art Gallery

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We take great pride in our onboard art collections. And we offer you to enjoy their masterpieces!
Photo by Holland America Line

Explorer’s Lounge

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Savor refined coffees, drinks and liqueurs to the sounds of Adagio, a classical ensemble.
Photo by Holland America Line

Dive-In

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Dive in to a grilled burger on brioche or a Nathan’s Famous gourmet hot dog. For alfresco dining by the pool, Dive-In has it all, including lighter fare like our grilled chicken breast sandwich and...

Wine Tasting Bar & Gourmet Shops

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Here's a real paradise for all connoisseurs. You'll find here not only exclusive drinks, but also some special atmosphere.

Future Cruises

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This cruise won't be your last one, will it? So here you can get all the information you need and plan your bright cruise future!

Whirlpools

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There's no place better to relax and to forget about all problems of the big world!
Photo by Holland America Line

Wajang Theatre & Culinary Arts Center

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Guest chefs from along the route add local flavor to cooking demonstrations and hands-on class at the Culinary Arts Center. In the evening, the Culinary Arts Center transforms into a new dinner con...

Queen’s Room

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This is a meeting room, which offers flexible and functional meeting facilities including full audio/visual capabilities. The room provide the ideal private settings for group meetings and other ga...

Lido Pool

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It is the ship’s largest pool with Jacuzzis and great opportunities for complete relaxation.
Photo by Holland America Line

Pinnacle Grill

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Enjoy dishes inspired by America’s Pacific Northwest, such as king salmon from Alaska and choice, responsibly raised beef from Washington State’s Double R Ranch. Complement your meal with a selecti...

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Latest travel blogs about MS Amsterdam




Desert Of Namibia


Our next stop was  Namibia . We booked a day-long private tour online, even though it only lasted half a day because we had to return to the ship at 2:30 p.m. The first thing we saw were salt mines. And then we saw a pink sea of flamingos. When we had gone a little further...

You can purchase a snorkeling tour already on the shore, there are a lot of boat tours offers. But we didn't know about that and went on the big boat to swim with the sharks ($105 in 2014). And we weren't deceived! After dinner, we even managed to fit in another tour called " Moorea  in...
Yes, you need a visa to get here. We found that out when we already returned from the shore - directly from the staircase we went to the meeting with the authorities. The officers greeted us kindly, asked if we knew that we needed the visa to French Polynesia. We had to get the island...
This was our penultimate stop before Santiago. There was nothing special to do in the city of  Puerto Montt , and we went to the Chilean Lake District, visited German City of Roses, fed lamas and alpacas, watched the waterfalls and climbed by cable car to the top of local Fuji...
Hong Kong  is the city of skyscrapers and debauchery. Its layout is different from New York, and the nightlife moves from local "Manhattan" to the mainland. Like Pyongyang, it is in a constant haze, and strait between the island and mainland is similar to the one in Bangkok....
Half an hour later our catamaran nuzzled the beach with penguins: Magellanic penguins live in burrows and try to dig them as high as possible above sea level: On the way back I ordered a beer called  Cape Horn : This was the end of our acquaintance with wildlife of Beagle...
The Drake Passage enveloping  Cape Horn  became a graveyard for several hundred ships. The sun shines here just a couple of days a year. The rest of the time fog and strong wind hamper navigation. In order to get from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean, you don't necessarily have to go...