Holland America Line
Holland America Line has a fleet of 15 ships. Twelve ships are evenly divided with passenger capacities of either 1,400 or 2,000 passengers. The passenger capacity of the other 3 ships is 1 ship carries 900 passengers and 2 ships carry 2,600 passengers. Overall, Holland America ships with fewer guests per ship provide more guest space per guest than other cruise lines.
Holland America’s many restaurants offer a range of cooking styles and presentations experiences which satisfies the discriminating taste palate. The fine dining experience is enhanced by the wait staff’s level of service.
HAL’s new EXC (exploration central) Destination program is designed to provide guests with deeper appreciation and understanding of cruise destinations.
Entertainment and onboard activities include Lincoln Center Stage, a Blues Club, the Billboard Onboard Lounge and cooking schools to name few activities. Theater shows are raised to a new level in the new Koningsdam’s World Stage. Your senses are captivated by the surround sound audio and visual video panels encompassing the walls of the entire theater.
Holland America’s moderate fares provide each guest with a value filled cruise.
Finally, approval of Holland America’s cruising style and guest’s loyalty is demonstrated by the number of sold out cruises. This approval is further demonstrated by the number of guests who have traveled more than 200 days on Holland America Line cruises.
Holland America Line Worldwide Itineraries
Holland America Line Staterooms
Staterooms & Suites
Holland America Line Dining
Holland America Line Activities
World Stage On Hal’s Koningsdam
Holland America Accessible Policies
At Holland America Line we do not discriminate against individuals on the basis of disability. We seek to the extent feasible to accommodate the needs of all individuals with disabilities, including children. However, due to the sensitivity of caring for any child, with or without a disability, we must first determine what the child’s specific needs are so we may properly evaluate and determine the best and safest way to meet the child’s needs. We encourage families to contact our Access & Compliance Department prior to their cruise, to evaluate and determine what the child’s specific needs will be and how best to accommodate those needs.
Yes, our vessels have specially designed staterooms for guests who require mobility assistive features. If you have not booked one of these accessible staterooms but instead will be using a standard stateroom, you need to know about some limitations that adversely impact maneuverability, especially ingress and egress into bathrooms. For example, bathroom dimensions, doorsills, and the height of bathtubs in standard staterooms are often difficult to negotiate for guests who have mobility limitations. Additionally, standard stateroom doors and hallways may be too narrow for a wheelchair or scooter to maneuver into and out of the stateroom. Note: For safety reasons, these mobility devices must be stored and charged in the guests’ staterooms. There are three types of accessible staterooms on our vessels.
Fully Accessible rooms are designed for use by guests with highly limited or no mobility who require regular use of a wheelchair, scooter, or other similar assistive devices and provide accessible elements including turning space, accessible routes throughout the cabin, and accessible bathrooms.
Fully Accessible – Single Side Approach rooms are also designed for use by guests with highly limited or no mobility who require regular use of a wheelchair, scooter, or other similar assistive devices. These rooms provide an accessible route and clear floor space on only one side of the bed in a cabin configured to provide one bed and between the beds in a cabin configured to provide two beds.
Ambulatory Accessible rooms are designed for use by guests with mobility disabilities who do not require the regular use of a wheelchair, scooter, or other similar assistive devices. These rooms provide some accessible features.