Launched in Venice on July 4, 2010, the 86,000-ton Nieuw Amsterdam leans heavily on the history of New York City in ship decor. The ms Nieuw Amsterdam follows the ms Eurodam in size and passenger loading. Nieuw Amsterdam features the pan-Asian Tamarind restaurant and Silk Den lounge. The ship has many traditional Holland America Line features such as the Explorations CafÃ© and the Pinnacle Grill and Bar. The innovative Culinary Arts Center presented by Food & Wine Magazine, where culinary experts provide cooking demonstrations and intimate classes in a state-of-the-art onboard show kitchens. In addition the ship features the family-style Canaletto Italian restaurant.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
sharon 63 10 Western Caribbean
The desk staff is extremely well educated in how to say "NO". I had to get a room on my own since my roommate was sick with 105 degree fever & flu. Instead of quarantining her to the medical...read more
Jacqueline 31 1 Eastern Caribbean5 users found this review helpful.
A cold day in HAL before we cruise again! It was our first cruise and although i will "never say never" it will at least be our last on HAL!!! The emergency alarm even went off due to an...read more
Phil R 36 20 Mediteranean85 users found this review helpful.
We sailed on the Nieuw Amsterdam in August 2011 and I would sum the cruise up as follows: Floating retirement home. Pros 1. We had a suite, so nice room, nice bed, and decent service...read more
Kenneth Eden 62 78 Mediterranean Romance70 users found this review helpful.
For the discounted price, okay - Not worth full price. Not enough time at sea. Sailed from Venice to Barcelona 80% disappointing - Pinnicle Grill one highlight Small,...read more