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Maasdam

Holland America Line's Ships
Maasdam

Ship Data

Rating
5 Star
Cruise Line
Holland America Line
Preferred Cruise Line
 

Ship Profile & Stats

Length
720 ft
Tonnage
55,451 tonnes
Maiden Voyage
1993
Refurbished
2006
Passenger Capacity (dbl)
1258
Crew Nationality
Filipino & Indonesian
Officer Nationality
Dutch
Dining Staff Nationality
Filipino & Indonesian
Ship Registration
Netherlands

Ship Amenities

  • 100% Egyptian cotton towels
  • Complimentary fresh fruit on request
  • Complimentary ice service
  • Complimentary shoeshine service
  • Elemis Aromapure "Time to Spa" bath amenities
  • Flat-panel TV and DVD player
  • Hair Dryer
  • Luxurious Mariner's Dreamâ„¢ beds and premium linens
  • Luxurious terry cloth bathrobes
  • Standard 110 AC and 220 AC outlets
  • Telephone

Ship Facilities

  • 8 Elevator(s)
  • Canaletto
  • Casino
  • Casino Bar
  • Club HAL Childrens Programme
  • Crow's Nest
  • Cullinary Arts Centre
  • Digital Workshop
  • Dolphin Bar
  • Explorations Cafe
  • Explorer's Lounge
  • Gallery Bar
  • Greenhouse Spa & Salon
  • Hydro Pool
  • Internet Centre
  • Java Cafe
  • Le Cirque
  • Leyden Library
  • Lido Pool
  • Lido Restaurant
  • Merabella Luxury Boutique
  • Ocean Bar
  • Ocean Spa Gymnasium
  • Piano Bar
  • Pinnacle Grill
  • Practice Tennis Courts
  • Rembrandt Lounge
  • Retractable Swimming Pool Cover
  • Rotterdam Dining Room
  • Screening Room
  • Self-Service Laundry
  • Shopping Arcade
  • Tennis Courts
  • Terrace Grill
  • The Loft
  • The Retreat
  • Thermal Suite
  • Wajang Theater
  • Whirlpools

Named for the Maas River in the Netherlands, the ms Maasdam is the fifth ship in Holland America Line's 135-year history to bear the name. At 720-feet, the ms Maasdam is designed to carry fewer guests while providing more space for maximum comfort. Many staterooms feature commanding ocean views, and each suite has a private verandah.

Featuring an interior motif that pays homage to the historical Dutch East and West India companies of the 17th through 19th centuries, the centerpiece of this elegant ship features Luciano Vistosi's "Totem," a monumental sculpture using nearly 2,000 glimmering pieces of glass, prominently displayed in a soaring three-story atrium. Other intriguing art featured on the ms Maasdam are two abstract murals painted especially for the Rotterdam Dining Room and a collection of seven iron teapots and a charcoal brazier from Japan, which date from the end of Edo period.