Built in 1994 as Holland America's third Statendam-class vessel, the Ryndam is a mid-sized vessel by today's standards. She offers the typical premium-level HAL product as it is loved by the company's loyal followers.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Ted K. Wade
41 to 50 n/a Seward to Vancouver2 users found this review helpful.
As first time cruisers, we sailed aboard the Ryndam from Seward to Vancouver on 5/21/2000. The documentation we received early on stated that we had to check in for the cruise in Anchorage, but we...read more
36 to 45 6 to 10 Western Caribbean17 users found this review helpful.
The Cabin: We booked a mini-suite and were pleased with cabin B171 on the Verandah Deck. It matched exactly (literally) the brochure and web-site photos of this category. ...read more
n/a n/a Alaska Northbound5 users found this review helpful.
First, an introduction of the travelers: Two able-bodied women, widowed, ages 56 and 60. We’ve both cruised before, Pam on Royal Caribbean and Carnival; me, Carnival only. I was "in...read more
36 to 45 3 to 5 Alaska6 users found this review helpful.
This was an outstanding cruise. There was scenery every day, usually on both sides of the ship. The cruise into Glacier Bay is a must for any Alaska trip. Sitka is very scenic, but...read more
46 to 55 3 to 5 Southern Caribbean8 users found this review helpful.
This was our third cruise on the HAL line, the first being the Westerdam in 1996 and the Statendam in 1997. We booked this cruise mainly for the different ports of call if offered, and the...read more
46 to 55 6 to 10 Seafarer14 users found this review helpful.
After having cruised with Commodore, RCCL, Costa and NCL, we were looking to our first cruise with HAL. We sailed for 10 days on the Ryndam. Since we live in SW Florida, HAL provided a bus...read more