Launched: 2008 Passengers: 2,104
Registry: Netherlands Tonnage: 86,700
Crew: 929 Decks: 10

Eurodam

Powered by six diesel generators and propelled by the latest Azipod propulsion technology, the ms Eurodam will become the largest vessel in Holland America’s fleet when she debuts in summer of 2008. New innovations to the ship’s design will include a 144-seat Pan-Asian restaurant and 50-seat lounge, with panoramic ocean views, an Exploer’s Lounge Bar, an Expanded Greenhouse Spa, luxury boutiques, a new atrium bar, enhanced show lounges, the Culinary Arts Center and much more.

Sleek and sophisticated in design, the Eurodam will carry 1,022 staterooms, of which 86 percent will be outside and 67 percent verandahs. All staterooms will continue to bear the Signature of Excellence that Holland America’s fleet is famed for. Amenities include plus Euro-top Mariner’s Dream beds, deluxe waffle/terry cloth robes, Egyptian cotton towels, flat panel TVs, DVD players, make-up mirrors with halo lighting, massage shower heads, professional grade hair dryers, fresh flowers and complimentary fruit baskets.


Our new Signature Class Vessel

When launched in 2008, the Eurodam will further the evolution of Holland America Line's sophisticated mid-sized ships to further define and expand the Holland America Line premium brand. With 11 passenger decks, new innovations include a topside 144-seat Pan-Asian restaurant and 50-seat lounge surrounded by panoramic views overlooking the ocean expanse and the Lido pool. Other additions are an Explorer's Lounge Bar, a new specialty restaurant adjacent to the Lido offering the finest in Italian food, elegant luxury jewelry boutiques, new atrium bar area, enhanced and reconfigured show lounge with theater-style seating, and a new photographic and imaging center.

The line's renowned Explorations Cafe, powered by The New York Times will be located on the starboard side of the Crow's Nest, providing a scenic backdrop for guests wishing to enjoy specialty coffees, surf the internet and take advantage of the cafe's music listening stations.

With an additional deck, the Eurodam will have 63 new staterooms more than the latest Vista-class ship. Forty-seven will be verandah cabins and ten will be a new style of stateroom with ceiling-to-floor and wall-to-wall panoramic windows. In total, the Eurodam will carry 1,022 double occupancy staterooms, with 86 percent outside staterooms of which 67 percent feature verandahs.

Staterooms will continue to provide all the Signature of Excellence premium amenities: plush Euro-top Mariner's Dream beds, deluxe waffle/terry cloth robes, Egyptian cotton towels, flat panel TVs, DVD players, make-up mirrors with halo lighting, massage shower heads, professional grade hair dryers, fresh flowers and complimentary fruit baskets.

The Eurodam will continue several much-admired Holland America Line features, including outside-view, glass elevators at midship; the Pinnacle Grill and Pinnacle Bar; the innovative Culinary Arts Center presented by Food & Wine Magazine, where culinary experts provide cooking demonstrations and intimate classes in state-of-the-art onboard show kitchens; an expanded Greenhouse Spa and Salon with thermal suites and hydro-pool, the largest gymnasium ever built for Holland America Line; and a youth facility that includes the teens-only Loft.

On the technical side, the Eurodam will feature the latest state-of-the-art navigation and safety systems including dynamic positioning abilities to hold the ship in a precise position. The vessel will be powered by six diesel generators and propelled by the latest Azipod propulsion technology.


Recommended For

First-time cruisers, active travelers of all ages who want an all-around fun vacation. Joiners. Repeaters and middle-income travelers who like entertainment and recreational variety of a large ship - but not as large as a megaliner. Those whose special interest relate to sports and music, particularly jazz and country. Those who vacation with their children.

Activities

With plenty of enriching activities on board and opportunities for relaxation, the Eurodam has so much to offer its passengers during their cruise.

* Digital Workshop, powered by Windows®
* Culinary Arts Center, presented by Food & Wine magazine
* Greenhouse Spa & Salon

Note: Information subject to change.
Updated June 21, 2010

Dining

The Eurodam has a wide variety of quality dining venues to provide passengers with delicious options for meals.

* Rembrandt Dining Room- Main Dining Room
* Lido Restaurant:
* Pinnacle Grill:
* Rembrandt Dining Room:
* Tamarind Restaurant and Silk Den Lounge
* Explorations Café
* Terrace Grill
* Canaletto

Note: Information subject to change.
Updated June 21, 2010

Entertainment

The Eurodam has lots of great nighttime shows and entertainment to suit everyone.
* The Mainstage Show Lounge:
* Crow's Nest:
* Club HAL
* The Loft
* Las Vegas-style revues
* The Screening Room, the ship's cinema
* Queen's Lounge
* Ocean Bar
* Northern Lights
* Casino

Note: Information subject to change.
Updated June 21, 2010


Gratuities

Holland America Lines charges a daily hotel service charge directly to the on-board account. This amount is $11 per passenger. Additionally, a 15% gratuity is added to all bar purchases.

Note: Gratuity Policies are subject to change.
Updated June 21, 2010

Dress

Holland America emphasizes that passengers dress for comfort during the day onboard as well as on shore at the ports of call. Evening wear includes both formal and “smart casual” categories. Slacks and collared shirts for men set a good example of that qualifies at ‘smart casual” while this category includes casual dresses, slacks and informal variations of evening wear for women.

Note: Dress Codes are subject to change.
Updated June 21, 2010

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