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MS Rotterdam

Capacity
1404
Crew
620
Tonnage
61,849
Length
780 ft (238 m)
First voyage
1997
Decks
10

MS Rotterdam is the lead cruise ship of the Rotterdam class (R class) in the Holland America Line. Built in Italy in 1997, she is the sixth Holland America vessel to bear the name. She is named for SS Rotterdam of 1959, and also named after the city of Rotterdam, Netherlands. MS Rotterdam and her sister ship MS Amsterdam are loosely based on the original ship. Amsterdam and Rotterdam were co-flagships of Holland America Line (HAL).

Rotterdam carries an art collection onboard worth over... Read more

MS Rotterdam

Capacity (DO): 
1404
Crew: 
620
Tonnage: 
61,849
Length: 
780 ft (238 m)
Beam: 
105.8 ft (32 m)
First voyage: 
1997
Decks: 
10

MS Rotterdam is the lead cruise ship of the Rotterdam class (R class) in the Holland America Line. Built in Italy in 1997, she is the sixth Holland America vessel to bear the name. She is named for SS Rotterdam of 1959, and also named after the city of Rotterdam, Netherlands. MS Rotterdam and her sister ship MS Amsterdam are loosely based on the original ship. Amsterdam and Rotterdam were co-flagships of Holland America Line (HAL).

Rotterdam carries an art collection onboard worth over US$2 million and features fine art and antiques.

Areas of operation

During the summer of 2011, Rotterdam conducted Holland America Line's first standalone transatlantic crossing since 1971, making a single trip both eastbound and westbound. In the Fall of 2014, Rotterdam sailed around South Africa for 88 days. From November 12 to December 20, 2014, the last segment of the cruise went from Cape Town, South Africa to Southampton, England.

Rotterdam sails around Europe during the summer and South America in the winter. Commencing in 2012, she was based year-round in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

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Attractions on MS Rotterdam


Infirmary

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Each Holland America Line ship has an onboard Medical Center staffed by licensed physicians and critical care nurses. While not a full-service hospital, the Medical Center is well equipped to handl...
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...

Bridge

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Bar At The Retreat

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Guests in search of their own private outdoor haven need only visit the Observation Deck Retreat and its bar, a private, outdoor oasis located high above the lower decks.

Doctor’s Office

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Each Holland America Line ship has an onboard Medical Center staffed by licensed physicians and critical care nurses. While not a full-service hospital, the Medical Center is well equipped to handl...
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Lower La Fontaine Dining Room

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For breakfast, lunch or an unforgettable five-course dinner, the elegant main Dining Room is your destination for sophisticated dining, with menu selections from classic favorites to vegetarian opt...

Neptune Lounge

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Guests choosing Pinnacle and Neptune suites enjoy access to a private lounge and the services of a personal concierge for organizing spa, dining and shore arrangements.

The Retreat

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Guests in search of their own private outdoor haven need only visit the Observation Deck Retreat, a private, outdoor oasis located high above the lower decks.

Reception

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The Showroom At Sea Balcony

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Talented performers take to the stage nightly in the ship’s magnificent theatre or in The Showroom at Sea, a contemporary take on a classic nightclub featuring state-of-the-art theatre technology.