ms Eurodam

ms Eurodam

Ship Facts

The Netherlands
2,104
929
86,273 grt
936 feet
23.9 knots
July 2008
H.M. Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands

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17
Mar 2016

Lookbook: Come Onboard and See Eurodam’s Renovations

Submitted by: HAL Community Giving Team

Billboard Onboard features two piano players belting out chart-topping hits.
Billboard Onboard features two piano players belting out chart-topping hits.

Eurodam was at Port Everglades Sunday, March 13, and the ship was ready to show off all of the upgrades and enhancements that took place during the dry dock in December. A group of media were invited to check out the new decor and have lunch at the Pinnacle Grill. Holland America Line President Orlando Ashford hosted the event, which also was attended by Carnival Corporation President & CEO Arnold Donald. The results are truly fantastic. Eurodam has been left with a fresh, new look and vibrant new features that are not only exciting and entertaining, but also lovingly designed to highlight the best aspects of the Holland America Line cruise experience in a way that will appeal to the line’s loyal Mariners and new guests alike. — Aaron Saunders for Avid Cruiser Attendees were able to see the upgraded suites, visit the new Gallery Bar, hear the different offerings at Music Walk and taste some delicious dishes that will be featured on Koningsdam. Come along and see all of Eurodam’s enhancements. Meet Master Mixologist Dale DeGroff After cocktails, the group enjoyed performances at Billboard Onboard, Lincoln Center Stage and B.B. King’s Blues Club. By replacing the once-underutilized Northern Lights nightclub with the Gallery Bar, the Eurodam has a new watering hole that can feature the signature cocktails of celebrity mixologist Dale DeGroff. It’s a fun space with a potpourri of framed art prompting conversation. — Jason Leppert for Travel Pulse Culinary Council members also created signature hors d’oeuvres for the event. Music Walk Has Genre For Everyone You might remember the former Piano Bar that used to be here: a cool but closed-off space that guests either walked past or couldn’t get seating in. Now, with the walls completely removed and the Sports Bar gone, the new Billboard Onboard encourages guests walking past the casino or to and from the main show lounge to stop and linger. It’s a great idea that improves the experience of all guests by subtly suggesting to them that they should stop, mingle, or grab a seat and a cocktail and listen to the […]

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