MS Veendam (Holland America Line)
MS Veendam is named after the capital of Northern Netherland’s peat colonies. She features a two-tiered Rotterdam Dining Room and a fully teak deck. She features Lanai staterooms which have mirrored glass doors that open directly onto the Promenade deck.
The ship operates out of the Port of Boston during the summer and offers cruises to New York, Bermuda, Canada and New England. During the winter she generally relocates to South America – offering cruises to Argentina, Chile and Brazil.
|Cruise Line:||Holland America Line|
|Ship size:||Mid-size ship|
|Ship length:||219.0 m|
|Ship beam:||31.0 m|
|Ship draft:||7.5 m|
|No. of decks:||10|
|Service speed:||20.9 knots|
|Onboard currency:||US Dollar|
|Registry port:||Rotterdam (The Netherlands)|
|Build date:||September 1994|
|Build cost:||$215 million USD|
|Entered service:||May 1996|