Zuiderdam is one of Holland America’s Vista class ships, so-called because glass is used extensively in the structure of the ship, providing ocean views to 85% of her staterooms, and verandas to two-thirds of them. This is one of the unique touches that make Zuiderdam a fantastic ocean-going home away from home as she travels through destinations such as the Caribbean, Panama Canal and Alaska.
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For young cruisers sailing with MS Zuiderdam there’s Club HAL kid's club, complete with supervised activities for children, and The Loft, a game room-style hangout for teens aged 13 to 18.
There are plenty of opportunities for relaxing by or in the water onboard MS Zeuiderdam at the popular Aft pool or luxurious indoor hydropool.
MS Zuiderdam provides some fantastic dining options. The Lido Market and Dive-In are your go-tos for casual daytime eating while the Lido Market is great for a relaxed dining experience with fresh, great-tasting food any time of day. In addition, Canaletto is the place to go for fabulous Italian cuisine in an intimate bistro-style atmosphere, with fresh antipasti and a traditional menu of Italian favourites.
In the evenings onboard MS Zuiderdam you’ll have your pick of entertainment at the Vista Show Lounge where Vegas meets Broadway, with everything from magic and illusion to comedy and variety acts. In addition, there are several bars onboard where live music can be enjoyed at B.B. King’s Blues Club, the Lincoln Centre Stage and Billboard Onboard.
You’ll be treated to a fantastic selection of bars and lounges onboard MS Zuiderdam. Explore them all and find your favourite watering hole for your stay.
We have taken 10 cruises with Holland America Line, and up to this cruise we have been very happy with them. On this cruise we found the main objective was to pare service and activities and maximise sales. The food particularly was well below the standard previously experienced, especially the formal dining. Stops in port were short, none were a full day. The last straw was on disembarkation at Fort Lauderdale where we had booked a half day tour including transfer to the airport and we were left behind due to delays at immigration, and it took several weeks to obtain a refund. We will be thinking carefully about cruising with Holland America again.
Excellent holiday. Good ports and excursions, but we were lucky with good weather. Entertainment good, the singers and dancers now enhanced by digital props and offers a new experience. Staff all very good, especially with our 8 year old grandson. Only negative was that our 2 cabins were under the galley/ dining room area and there was some noise above during the night when staff were working, but Holland America moved one cabin when availability was available, although there was no space to move the group of three in the other cabin.
This was an excellent winter cruise with not too many days at sea. We took the trip through the Panama Canal which was interesting but a bit like watching paint dry. The road trip was long due to volume of traffic and the time on the small boat was a bit tedious as we were long times between the locks due again in the main to volume of traffic on the canal. It was a very long day and we were late getting back to the ship. Having said that we had no problems on board and we thoroughly enjoyed the cruise
We enjoyed this cruise. Bad weather prevented us visiting Prince Edward Island, which was out of the control of the ship's company. The problems that ocurred when we were due to depart Newport were handled well. Best of all, the sail into New York harbour was magnificent.