The Noordam cruise ship offers everything that you can ask for in a cruising experience. From museum worthy artworks to delectable cuisine, you will travel in style and have a memorable experience. The ship sales to Mediterranean and Caribbean and Transatlantic destinations.
- Four 5-star restaurants
- Special luxurious touches, like 250-count bed linens
- Outdoor swimming pools, with a sliding glass roof so you have the feeling of being outside while being inside
- Grand, three-tiered theater for shows
- Waterford crystal chandelier that will take your breath away
- Crew ratio of about 1 passenger to every 2.3 crew member for outstanding customer service
You can enjoy your dinner your dinner while listening to a string quartet and enjoying beautiful Murano glass fixtures in the two-tiered Vista Dining Room. The floor-to-ceiling windows allow your dining experience to feel grand with great ocean views; at night the restaurant feels more intimate.
There is also the Pinnacle Grill which features the elegant Pacific Northwest ambiance. Be sure to reserve before going; seafood and steaks are the specialties. For little snacks throughout the day, there is the Windstar Café – perfect for those who love having midnight snacks. For a more laidback and casual ambiance, the Lido Restaurant’s buffet-style warmly welcomes its guests.
For a burger by the pool, visit the Terrace Grill. There are also cookies for kids at the Java Bar, and the Ice Cream Counter is another popular daily adventure while cruising.
Entertainment and Nightlife
A Noordam cruise is complete with the 900-seat, 3-deck Vista Lounge for full entertainment productions. There’s also the smaller 170-seat Queen’s Lounge for some cabaret nights. There are also several bars onboard:
- The Piano Bar
- Explorer’s Lounge
- Ocean Bar
- Java Bar
- Crow’s Nest, right on the top of the ship
- Culinary Arts Center
The Noordam ship features the Greenhouse Spa and Salon where you can have a massage as you gaze into the ocean. There’s also the Lifestyle Fitness Center and a Golf Simulator. You may also visit the Sports Deck at the ship’s uppermost area.
Each stateroom features a flat-panel TV with a DVD player, Internet access, mini-safes, refrigerator, and Euro-Top mattresses with 250-count bed linens, terry cloth robes, and Egyptian cotton towels.
Guests can choose from the following rooms: Penthouse Suite, Deluxe Verandah Suite, Superior Verandah Suite, Deluxe Verandah Staterooms, Large outside Staterooms and Large/Standard inside Staterooms. All rooms have two twin beds, convertible to one queen-sized room, with the exception Deluxe Verandah Suite and Penthouse Suite which have king-sized beds and sofa beds.
There is an $11 dollar fee applied daily. The money is distributed and shared equally among the crew members. This fee is applied to your account, so extra tipping is not required.
Bringing the Kids
Club HAL has especially designed activities for children aged 3 to 12. There’s also the teen disco for the teenagers. The kids onboard will not be bored.