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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


Photo Gallery

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Front Office

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Do you want to send fax or letter? Are you looking for a place to get cash advances? Have you got any problems with your onboard identification card? Welcome to Front Office - our staff will gladl...
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Explorer’s Lounge

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Savor refined coffees, drinks and liqueurs to the sounds of Adagio, a classical ensemble.

Lido Pool

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It is the ship’s largest pool with Jacuzzis and great opportunities for complete relaxation.

Shore Excursions

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Our carefully crafted Journeys Ashore™ (Shore Excursions) help you connect deeply with the people and places you’ll visit and offer a level of comfort, care and convenience you won’t find anywhere ...

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!
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Lido Bar

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Sip refreshments poolside in shaded seating around the bar or delivered to your sunny chaise lounge.

Art Gallery

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We take great pride in our onboard art collections. And we offer you to enjoy their masterpieces!

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...
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Canaletto Restaurant

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This authentic Italian restaurants offers a menu that celebrates spartire (Italian for "sharing"). Try Braised Chicken Cacciatore "al Forno," Branzino ai Ferri or a classic Italian pasta: spaghetti...