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ROTTERDAM passengers

ABOVE: Two Rotterdam passengers scan the horizon with binoculars during the ship's departure from Copenhagen.

Holland America Line and ms Rotterdam Web links

Official Web sites

Holland America Line deck chairHolland America Line
The cruise line's Web site has most of the information that you're likely to need about  ms Rotterdam and the company's European itineraries, though some topics (such as accessible cruising and children's programs) are hidden in unexpected places like the "For Booked Guests" section.

One nice feature of the site is the Interactive Map, which lets you zoom in on a region (such as Europe), click on individual ports, and see which cruises and shore excursions leave from each port.

  • Tip for Continental cruisers: Use the "Language" menu window at the top of any page to switch from the default English to German, Spanish, or Dutch.

Holland America Line also has a blog, a Twitter account, and a Facebook page.

European Cruise Guide
Our easy-to-use directory is updated each year with information about European itineraries from nearly 60 cruise lines that serve English-speaking passengers (including Holland America Line).

Ship Parade: Rotterdam
Photographer Bart de Boer's is packed with topnotch cruise pictures and mini-reviews. His Rotterdam photos were taken in 2007.

Wikipedia: Holland America Line
The online encyclopedia has a short article on HAL's history and current ships.

Next: ms Rotterdam cruise photos

In this article:
ms Rotterdam: the ship
Staterooms, suites
Dining, café, bars
Other amenities
Ports, excursions
Crew, service
Is HAL right for you?
Web links

Also see:
ms Rotterdam Cruise Photos (156 pages)
ms Rotterdam Behind the Scenes
ms Rotterdam's Art Collection
Rotterdam, Netherlands (the city)

Inset photo copyright © Holland America Line.