Introduced to the Holland America fleet in 2008, ms Eurodam was the first of the Signature-class and features art and decor inspired from The Dutch Golden Age. Guests on Eurodam will enjoy a variety of dining options from the new Pan-Asian restaurant, Tamarind to perfectly cooked steaks at Le Cirque. Days can be spent lounging by one of the two swimming pools, attending a free Microsoft workshop or experiencing cooking demonstrations in the Culinary Arts Center. Evenings on Eurodam can be spent dancing to the live music in the various bars and lounges or catching a movie with the whole family in The Screening Room.

What is unique about this ship?

The Digital Workshop powered by Windows has Microsoft-trained experts teaching guests how to “show and tell” their memories through picture- editing workshops, blogging, social media tools and photography tips. For guests looking for a culinary experience, hands-on cooking lessons, demonstrations and tastings can be found in the Culinary Arts Center. In the evening, guests will want to stop by the new BB King’s Blues Club, featuring soulful music, drinks and the classic Beale Street vibe.

Who is this ship best for?

ms Eurodam is a great option for a wide variety of travelers. Families traveling with children will love the facilities and programs designed for kids of all age groups. Programs range from Club HAL for smaller children with activities like storytelling, arts and crafts and pizza parties to The Loft for teens where they can participate in teen sports, karaoke or play video games.