Amsterdam Review


Cruise Ship Overview

The third ship to bear the name of the Dutch capital in Holland America Line's history and sister ship of Rotterdam, the Amsterdam was launched in 2000. At the heart of the ship’s atrium is the Planeto Astrolabium, a commissioned signature sculpture that is functional—the Astrolabe tracks constellations, the planets, world time, and ship time. Displayed throughout the ship are original art deco pieces that once graced the Nieuw Amsterdam of 1938.

The most traditional ships in the fleet, the interiors of sister ships Amsterdam and Rotterdam display abundant wood appointments in the public areas on promenade and lower promenade decks and priceless works of art throughout.

The Ocean Bar, Explorer's Lounge, Wajang Theater, and Crow's Nest are familiar lounges to longtime Holland American passengers. Newer additions include the spa's thermal suite, a culinary-arts demonstration center in the theater, Explorations Café, and expansive areas for children and teens. Multimillion-dollar collections of art and artifacts are showcased throughout both vessels. In addition to works commissioned specifically for each ship, Holland America Line celebrates its heritage by featuring antiques and artworks that reflect the theme of worldwide Dutch seafaring history.


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