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Get away on the Prinsendam enjoying 14 relaxing nights on the Norway & British Isles cruise to Europe - Baltic & North Atlantic. The voyage starts out from Amsterdam and calls into 11 ports in 4 countries before returning to Tilbury. Your 4.5 star voyage from Holland America Line has forward departures, but is unfortunately sold out for this departure.

Day Date Port of call Arrival Departure
1 Wed 8 Aug 2012 Amsterdam, Netherlands 5.00pm
Norway & British Isles Originally a dam in the river Amstel, Amsterdam today is the capital and largest city of the Netherlands, as engineered dams, sea gates, and the 19-mile dyke walling out the Zuider Zee prevent this low-lying country from being reclaimed by the North Sea. Interestingly, the 17th century canals of Amsterdam located in the heart of the city have been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. The main tourist attractions are undoubtedly the famous Museums such as the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, and the Stedelijk Museum. However, there is much more to be seen and appreciated.

The fascinating and historical Dam Square, dominated by the Royal Palace with its classical facade and fine sculptures cannot be missed. The impressive history of the square is well documented at the Historical Museum. Other famous squares include Rembrandtplien - lined with restaurants, cafes and pubs and the vibrant and colourful Leidseplein. Then, of course, there is the Red Light District that includes the calm haven of the Oude Kirk (Old Church) with attached houses, built in the Gothic-renaissance style, and the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, the oldest stock exchange in the world.

Cruise along some of the delightful and historic canals in this ‘Venice of the North’ and you cannot possibly leave without seeing windmills as there are eight stunning windmills in at the heart of the city just waiting to be admired. Visit the delightful parks, the largest being Vondelpark right in the middle of the city, and thoroughly appreciate the experience of the ‘do-it-yourself for all ages’ voyage of discovery between fantasy and reality. The NEMO Science and technology Centre which also offers breathtaking views of the city, is a fantastic experience, as is a visit to Coster's diamond cutting factory where one is shown the secrets of cutting and polishing diamonds.

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2 Thu 9 Aug 2012 At Sea
3 Fri 10 Aug 2012 Oslo, Norway 8.00am overnight
Norway & British Isles Oslo, the capital and most populous city in Norway, lies between the Oslo Fjord and the green hills of Oslomarka. The combination of city life and easy access to outdoor activities makes Oslo a unique destination. Oslo is built in a horseshoe shape on the shores of the Oslofjord and limited in most directions by hills and forests. Subsequently there are a number of delightful recreation areas, such as the Toyen area that includes the Botanical Gardens and a museum. Amazingly, the immigrant share of the population in the city proper now counts more than one quarter of the city's total.

Oslo offers many art galleries and some 50 museums, such as the Norwegian Folk Museum with155 traditional houses from all parts of Norway, and a Stave Church from the year 1200. The National Museum preserves Norway's most extensive collection of art. Others include: the Fram Museum, home to the ‘Fram’, the first ship specially built in Norway for polar research; the Viking Ship Museum; and the Natural History Museum. Of particular interest is the amazing Holmenkollen Ski Museum and Tower, an historic landmark where the museum is actually inside the ski jump and contains 400 years of skiing history.

Other places of great interest are Akershus Fortress in the city centre, and the Tusen Fryd Amusement Park of a thousand opportunities. If possible see the Vigeland Sculpture Park with its amazing massive sculptures - more than 200 in bronze, granite and cast iron - which is a monumental artistic creation telling a human message. New attractions in Oslo include the Nobel Peace and the Holocaust Centres. If you are more adventurous, you might opt for a ride on a mountain bike, or go skiing or even swimming in magnificent indoor pools or at beaches accessible by ferries from the city centre.

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4 Sat 11 Aug 2012 Oslo, Norway 2.00pm
Norway & British Isles Oslo, the capital and most populous city in Norway, lies between the Oslo Fjord and the green hills of Oslomarka. The combination of city life and easy access to outdoor activities makes Oslo a unique destination. Oslo is built in a horseshoe shape on the shores of the Oslofjord and limited in most directions by hills and forests. Subsequently there are a number of delightful recreation areas, such as the Toyen area that includes the Botanical Gardens and a museum. Amazingly, the immigrant share of the population in the city proper now counts more than one quarter of the city's total.

Oslo offers many art galleries and some 50 museums, such as the Norwegian Folk Museum with155 traditional houses from all parts of Norway, and a Stave Church from the year 1200. The National Museum preserves Norway's most extensive collection of art. Others include: the Fram Museum, home to the ‘Fram’, the first ship specially built in Norway for polar research; the Viking Ship Museum; and the Natural History Museum. Of particular interest is the amazing Holmenkollen Ski Museum and Tower, an historic landmark where the museum is actually inside the ski jump and contains 400 years of skiing history.

Other places of great interest are Akershus Fortress in the city centre, and the Tusen Fryd Amusement Park of a thousand opportunities. If possible see the Vigeland Sculpture Park with its amazing massive sculptures - more than 200 in bronze, granite and cast iron - which is a monumental artistic creation telling a human message. New attractions in Oslo include the Nobel Peace and the Holocaust Centres. If you are more adventurous, you might opt for a ride on a mountain bike, or go skiing or even swimming in magnificent indoor pools or at beaches accessible by ferries from the city centre.

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5 Sun 12 Aug 2012 Stavanger, Norway 10.00am 6.00pm
Norway & British Isles Stavanger, a city on the SW coast of Norway, grew to become among the most influential Norwegian cities in the late 1900s when oil was discovered in the North Sea. Today a vibrant city, but still with its small town appeal, the picturesque harbour with the quiet streets of the old town climbing up from the water’s edge, is the centre from which the city radiates across a network of islands interlaced with graceful bridges. The area is very popular for hiking, so if time permits visit the Pulpit Rock - a massive rock that overhangs the fjord at a height of 604 metres.

Then there’s the rock at 1,000 m above the fjord, Kjeragbolten, a very popular base jumping location. Other great places to visit include Old Stavanger that has dozens of artistic workshops, artist’s studios and quiet little shops. Also visit: the amazing Norwegian Petroleum Museum filled with high-tech interactive displays; the Stavanger Museum commemorating the city’s past; as well as the Museum of Archaeology. St Svithun’s Cathedral, also close to the city centre, with its Anglo-Norman style that remains almost unchanged since the 14th century is a very popular tourist destination.

Don’t miss the well-preserved old town (Gamle Stavanger). Walking around in Old Stavanger between the white wooden houses, with flowers everywhere, is fantastic. You can walk around for hours, just looking in the small shops. Be sure to end your stay with a coffee and some home-made chocolate at Sjokoladepikene. Not too far from Stavanger, alpine centres are ready for skiers and snowboarders throughout winter, while there are a number of large sandy beaches, such as Sola, that are popular in the summer. At all times visitors are attracted to the raft of excellent restaurants and lively bars.

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6 Mon 13 Aug 2012 Bergen, Norway 7.00am 11.00pm
Norway & British Isles Bergen, the second largest city in Norway, is located in the county of Hordaland on the SW coast of Norway. Surrounded by seven mountains, Bergen is the ideal starting point for fjord tours and cruises as it is located midway between the main Sognefjord and the Hardangerfjord. The city was one of nine European cities honoured with the title of European Capital of Culture in the Millennium year. Join the city walk to get the most out of your Bergen visit. The city is renowned for its beautiful nature and offers excellent hiking opportunities in its immediate surroundings. It is also famous for its cultural life and underground/indie music scene.

Within the city centre walking is the best way to get around. You can stroll across downtown in 20 minutes in any direction. The main sights include the UNESCO World heritage listed architecturally unique old Bryggen Wharf that is perhaps one of the most familiar images in all of Norway. Visit the Hanseatic Museum, one of the oldest wooden buildings in Bergen, furnished in 18th century style. It provides an intimate picture of the life of a Hanseatic merchant. Then there is the Bergen Fish market, the Rosenkrantz Tower, the composer Edvard Grieg's home (Museum) at Troldhaugen, and the Fantoft Stave Church.

Appreciate the tiny historic wooden houses and narrow streets located on the hillside of Bergen and the Nordnes peninsula, and then from the city centre take the Funicular to Mount Floyen in order to absorb the marvellous views of the city below. The Arboretum and Botanical Gardens at Milde are at all times very attractive with hills, rocky gorges, a small lake and a shoreline of several kilometres. Then select a meal at a restaurant that offers an international cuisine, and absorb the warm welcome that this city has offered visitors for more than 900 years.

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7 Tue 14 Aug 2012 At Sea
8 Wed 15 Aug 2012 Portree, United Kingdom 8.00am 4.00pm
Norway & British Isles The largest town on Skye, located in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, Portree’s harbor is fringed by steep cliffs. The town's Gaelic heritage is evident in the local attractions that include the run of striking, brightly painted buildings down the south-west as well as the delightful natural stone and whitewashed buildings to the north. In addition the mountainous terrain provides breathtaking vistas from nearly every destination. Everything is a short stroll away within Portree, while nearby Glasgow provides further opportunities for exploration. Harry Potter fans will recognize that the town is home to the fictional Pride of Portree.

Of interest to most visitors are: the Edinbane Pottery that provides an excellent choice of hand-made pottery, the Aros Experience that is the town’s biggest commercial complex and which was designed to bring to life the history of Skye, and the Royal Hotel - once known as MacNab’s Inn - that was the setting of a fascinating story about Bonnie Prince Charlie. Play a round of golf in nearby Sconser or go pony trekking at Skeabost. Skye is also the ideal place for fly fishing and bird watching on guided walks. Then sample the local whisky at the Talisker Distillery in Carbost or simply find a quiet spot to admire the views.

Other opportunities include numerous tours such as a sea eagle and wildlife boat trip, the opportunity to play inside a Wowball, go horseback riding, or take a boat trip into the bay to see the seals and sea eagles. The centre of life in Portree has to be its harbour. This is in a superb natural setting, being surrounded by high ground and cliffs. Some visit the peninsula to the south, known as ‘The Lump’, that once provided a spectacular setting for public hangings on the island.

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9 Thu 16 Aug 2012 Belfast, United Kingdom 8.00am 5.00pm
Norway & British Isles Belfast is the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland, and is currently experiencing a successful tourist boom. One of the most visited cities in the UK, Belfast has plenty of attractions and is a good base from which to visit virtually anywhere else in the North. In the city centre concentrate on the glories resulting from the Industrial Revolution – grandiose architecture and magnificent Victorian pubs – and the rejuvenated area from Ann Street to Donegall Street now known as the Cathedral quarter. Among the fascinating places that tourists visit is the Belfast Castle with its restaurants, small heritage centre, and beautiful views of the whole city.

The City Hall with its impressive dome that dominates the city’s skyline, its grand staircase and seven stained glass windows, attracts many visitors. Within walking distance from here there’s the Logan Weir and Lookout that has emerged as a prominent attraction. For something really different, visit the Ice Bowl which, in addition to ice-skating, offers 20 lanes of computerized tenpin bowling. The Planetarium attracts visitors of all ages, and don’t miss Aunt Sandra's Candy Factory renowned as one of the finest purveyors of hand-made chocolates, fudge and boiled sweets, made from 100 year old recipes.

Then there’s the Belfast Barge, a unique attraction afloat on the beautiful banks of the River Lagan behind Belfast Waterfront. It brings the past and present together in its stunning museum, multi-use venue space and cafe. The Belfast City Skin Works houses what must be one of the most unusual Belfast museums, the Celtic and World Tattoo Museum. It covers artistic, cosmetic and religious tattooing from all over the world. For example the store in Rosemary Street, Fresh Garbage, is a rarity in jewellery shops, as it has great atmosphere, some fascinating clothing and, as you'll notice, it smells good too.

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10 Fri 17 Aug 2012 Liverpool, United Kingdom 8.00am 5.00pm
Norway & British Isles Liverpool lies along the Mersey Estuary in England, UK. Not only is it extremely well known for the Beatles and other groups from the Merseybeat era, it is also home to the oldest Black African and the oldest Chinese communities in Europe. In addition, several areas of the city have been granted World Heritage Site status. Most visitors make sure to visit Paul McCartney's birthplace and other famous haunts of the Beatles by taking a nostalgic tour during their stay. Historically there are some delightful buildings, dated from as far back as the 16th C. the oldest being the delightful Speake Hall Tudor manor house.

Also of note are Croxteth Hall and Woolton Hall, and within the city centre the Grade 1 listed Bluecoat Chambers that was constructed in British Queen Anne style. Then there are the two famous cathedrals, the Anglican Cathedral, regarded as one of the greatest buildings of the 20th century, and the Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral that breaks the traditional longitudinal design. Take a ride on the Mersey Ferry that has become an increasingly popular tourist attraction within the city, with daytime River Explorer Cruises providing passengers with an historical overview of the city and the surrounding areas.

Recently there has been significant regeneration, so be sure to visit Liverpool One that provides new retail, commercial, residential and leisure space. Liverpool also has more galleries and national museums than any other city in the United Kingdom apart from London. Famous among these are the Tate Modern - the largest exhibition space dedicated to modern art in the United Kingdom, the FACT centre that hosts touring multimedia exhibitions, and Ceri Hand Gallery opened in 2008, to name but a few.

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11 Sat 18 Aug 2012 Dublin, Ireland 8.00am 5.00pm
Norway & British Isles This capital and largest city of Ireland is situated on the mid-east coast at the mouth of the River Liffey. Dublin has more green spaces per square kilometre than any other European capital city, with 97% of city residents living within 300 meters of a park area. But Dublin’s greatest draw remains Dubliners themselves, both native-born and blown in. When at their ease, they are the greatest hosts of all, providing a life-affirming experience that will restore your faith in human nature. Visit the Botanical Gallery of Ireland that continues its dominance of the free attractions in the capital.

Dublin has many landmarks and monuments dating back hundreds of years. One of the oldest is Dublin Castle, which was first founded in 1204, while one of the newest is the Spire of Dublin, a conical stainless steel spire rising to 121m and lit at night to provide a beacon in the sky. Then there’s the Ha’penny Bridge, one of Dublin’s iconic landmarks, as well as many magnificent churches and cathedrals. Also worth visiting are the Mansion House and the Custom House, as well as the Anna Livia monument and the Molly Malone statue. Children love visiting the popular Dublin Zoo.

Visit Phoenix Park which is home to not only a herd of wild fallow deer, but also the President of Ireland’s residence Ashtown Castle. Shop at Grafton Street, the main shopping street with its large shopping centre, and then relax at St Stephen’s Green, the surrounding park. Visit the excellent museums, take a walking tour through the Georgian streets of Merrion Square, or ride on top of the city's hop-on-hop-off double-decker tour buses. On the other hand you may prefer to just kick back at the St. James's Gate Guinness Brewery and enjoy a tasty pint with a perfect frothy head.

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12 Sun 19 Aug 2012 Waterford, Ireland 8.00am 5.00pm
Norway & British Isles Waterford City is the capital of the Sunny South East of Ireland and Ireland's oldest city. Situated on the River Suir, it has a long maritime history, being one of Ireland's major ports for over a millennium. Today, the world over, the city is synonymous with Waterford Crystal, a legacy of its glass making industry since 1783. Then there’s the Viking Triangle, the oldest quarter of the city that is surrounded by original 10th C fortifications. Now a quiet, tranquil area, visitors can stroll the narrow streets, view the medieval architecture and absorb the charming character of the area. The surrounding area offers a dazzling coastline, with numerous beaches, beautiful river valleys, lakes and two dramatic ranges of very accessible mountains. It is a natural playground for Golf, Water Sports, Walking, Angling and Cycling enthusiasts.

A visit to the House of Waterford Crystal visitor centre provides an opportunity to choose from the world's largest selection of Waterford Crystal, while the factory tour offers first hand access to all areas of traditional crystal production. Another place of interest is the Waterford Museum of Treasures that tells the 1000-year-story of the city from the treasures of Viking Waterford and the oldest civic urban building in Ireland, Reginald’s Tower. For shoppers the pedestrianised John Roberts Square is a main centre of the city’s modern day commercial centre, and not far away - with a fine commercial tradition - is Arundel Square. Those interested in Art appreciate the Waterford Municipal Art Gallery with over 200 paintings by Irish and international artists.

Waterford's oldest pub can be found just outside the old 'Viking Triangle'. T & H Doolans, of 31/32 George's Street, has been officially active and open to the public for over three hundred years. A main element of the structure includes one of the original city walls, almost 1,000 years old, which can be viewed in the lounge area of the building. Also worth visiting are the Christ Church Cathedral and the beautiful Quaker Meeting House built in 1792 that is now home to the Garter Lane Arts Centre. This port of call founded by Viking traders in 914 has an exciting medieval flavour and riverside bustle, so certainly offers the complete holiday experience.

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13 Mon 20 Aug 2012 Torbay, United Kingdom 10.00am 8.00pm
Norway & British Isles Torbay is an east-facing bay and natural harbour at the western most end of Lyme Bay in the south-west of England, situated roughly midway between the cities of Exeter and Plymouth. Tourist authorities call it the English Riviera on account of its beaches and mild climate and it is a popular area with holiday makers. There are three main towns around the bay - Torquay in the north, Paignton in the centre, and Brixham in the south, which have become connected over the years. The fishing port of Brixham is home to one of England and Wales's most successful fishing fleets and regularly lands more value than any UK port outside of Scotland.





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14 Tue 21 Aug 2012 At Sea
15 Wed 22 Aug 2012 Tilbury, United Kingdom 6.00am
Norway & British Isles Tilbury is a modern deep-water port in Essex, England, bordering the north bank of the Thames River. It has an important historical background, being the location of a fort built in 1539 by Henry VIII to defend London against foreign invaders, and an ancient cross-river ferry that has operated since1571.

Of interest is the Queen Elizabeth II bridge, the longest cable-stayed bridge in Europe, and St. Catherine’s Church at East Tilbury, built on the site of a 7th century Christian monastery. Certainly Tilbury is the best and largest example of 17th C military engineering in England, showing the development of fortifications over the following 200 years.

Culturally it has been the location for many films and TV episodes, and it is also the home of the Tilbury Band - dating back to 1919 - as one of the leading brass bands in the UK. For historians, it is near Tilbury where Queen Elizabeth I made the famous speech to her troops prior to their facing the Spanish Armada.

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Prinsendam follows the sun, between South America and Europe. From November to February each year she circumnavigates South America, venturing 1500 km up the Amazon River and as far south as Antarctica. Climb Incan ruins, photograph a dozen glaciers, stroll the 20-lane boulevard of Buenos Aires, walk the dazzling sands of a Uruguayan beach. From March to October explore the entire coastline of Europe. Itineraries actually extend from Egypt and the Holy Land, to the northern tip of Continental Europe (North Cape in the Arctic). Cruises are port intensive, call at less-visited ports, from 14 nights and longer. This is an exciting smaller vessel that offers the feel of a classic yacht and the service of a cruise ship. It is suited to more mature travellers who appreciate contemporary conveniences. Holland America Line arranges excellent onshore tours.

Accommodation
Standard cabins are custom designed, spacious, and very well appointed, for example with walk-in closets, full length bath, and one or two single beds. Some have a third berth, and others have interconnecting doors. A few have a private balcony. All grades of cabins come with a basket of fresh fruit on request, flat-screen TV running movies, DVD player, bathrobes, hairdryers, make-up mirrors, kit of personal toiletries, plush bedding, and evening turn-down service. Filipino and Indonesian stewards give friendly and unobtrusive service. The décor is very pleasing and comfortable. Complimentary meals can be ordered for in-suite dining around the clock. Note that there are some single cabins, and four that are wheelchair-accessible. The self-service laundrettes are practical for the longer cruises.

Food and Dining
The ship has a variety of formal and casual dining areas. The La Fontaine Dining Room with its extensive ocean views serves open-seating breakfast and lunch. There are two seatings at dinner, at assigned tables, set with fine crystal and china ware. One section allows for guests who prefer to dine at their own schedule. Two nights in seven are formal nights, perhaps preceded with pre-dinner drinks, then after your meal retire to the Showroom at Sea or a musical recital. The alternative restaurant The Pinnacle Grill is well worth the additional cover charge, with meals served in most elegant settings. The venue specialises in fine steaks and seafoods. Ask about wine packages.

Entertainment
At night the tiered Showroom At Sea offers twice-nightly quality cabaret acts. Singles and older couples mingle sip drinks in elegant surrounds at the upper deck Crow’s Nest Lounge with its wrap-around views of the ship’s progress, the beautifully crafted Explorer’s Lounge, and the Ocean Bar. Evening entertainment includes the casino.

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Cruise summary

Cruise: Norway & British Isles
Duration: 14 nights
Ship: Prinsendam
Star rating:
Departs: Amsterdam
Returns: Tilbury
Ports of call: 11
Forward departures:

What's onboard? ▼

  • Staterooms
  • Atrium social centre
  • Art collections
  • Shops duty free
  • DINING
  • Dining venues (6)
  • Traditional & As You Wish
  • In-room dining 24 h
  • Formal dining nights
  • Late night chocolate, snacks
  • Ice cream bar
  • Wine packages
  • Afternoon tea, High Tea
  • Lounges and bars
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • Show Theatre
  • Cinema
  • Nightclub, music, dancing
  • Casino
  • ACTIVITIES
  • Pools (2)
  • Whirlpools (4)
  • Sauna, steam rooms
  • Fitness Centre
  • Classes, walking, jogging
  • Spa & Salon
  • Enrichment presentations
  • Digital Workshop
  • Culinary Arts Centre
  • Sports court, table games
  • Photo gallery
  • Golf putting green
  • Golf simulator
  • Shore excursion desk
  • Pre/post cruise tours
  • Wedding packages (value!)
  • Library
  • Single guests program (most)
  • UNDER 18
  • Club HAL (5-7,8-12,13-17 y)
  • OTHER
  • Medical centre
  • Laundry self-serve (pay/coin)
  • Special dietary requests
  • Internet, Wi-Fi (pay)
  • Mobile phone roaming
  • Telephone, fax ship-shore
  • 110V power
  • Wheelchair access
  • Daily newsletter

What's included? ▼

  • Accommodation as booked
  • Flight/s and/or transfers as specified
  • All main meals on-board
  • Open/anytime or traditional/set time & multi-venue dining
  • In-cabin dining at no charge
  • Use of ship facilities - indoor & outdoor
  • Entertainment - live music and/or shows, movies
  • Activities - organised & individual
  • Bridge director on select cruises
  • Kids clubs & teen programs (3-17 yrs) (Prinsendam 5-17 yrs)
  • Cruise Director & all English speaking staff
  • Special needs requests & service animals allowed
  • Ship-shore-ship transfers

What's excluded? ▼

  • Airfares, accommodation & transfers not specified
  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Alternate specialty dining venues (unless specified)
  • Casino gaming, bar expenses
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in third party charges or taxes
  • Customary land tour gratuities are welcome
  • Service charge: USD 11.50 pp/night (suites USD 12). Adjust wth Guest Relations Manager if service inadequate
  • Service charge: bar and Dining Room wine 15%
  • Items & services of a personal nature
  • Medical services, vaccination costs
  • Laundry and/or valet charges
  • Wi-Fi, Internet, satellite/mobile phone & fax charges

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