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Sailings
11 Night Caribbean - Southern
departing from Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
Cruise Line Holland America Line
Ship Koningsdam
Departing Wed, Dec 04, 2019
Return Port Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
Ports of Call Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades) | Philipsburg, St. Maarten | Fort-de-France, Martinique | Bridgetown, Barbados |...
Holland America Line
Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades) | Philipsburg, St. Maarten | Fort-de-France, Martinique | Bridgetown, Barbados | Castries, St. Lucia | St. John's, Antigua | St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands | Half Moon Cay (Little San Salvador Island), Bahama
Prices starting from
  • Inside
    Oceanview
    Balcony
    Suite
  • $879 USD $79.91 USD per day
    $949 USD $86.27 USD per day
    $1,179 USD $107.18 USD per day
    $1,899 USD $172.64 USD per day
Port charges of $250 included. Taxes and fees of $175 are not included.
Itinerary
  • Date Date Location Location Arrival Arrival Departure Departure
  • Wed, Dec 04, 2019 FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA, US CHECK IN STARTS AT 0100P -- 5:00 pm
    Thu, Dec 05, 2019 AT SEA -- --
    Fri, Dec 06, 2019 AT SEA -- --
    Sat, Dec 07, 2019 PHILIPSBURG, SINT MAARTEN 8:00 am 5:00 pm
    Sun, Dec 08, 2019 DAYLIGHT PASSING MOUNT PELEE CRUISING ONLY -- --
    Sun, Dec 08, 2019 FORT-DE-FRANCE, MARTINIQUE PASSPORT REQUIRED 8:00 am 5:00 pm
    Mon, Dec 09, 2019 BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS 8:00 am 5:00 pm
    Tue, Dec 10, 2019 CASTRIES, SAINT LUCIA 8:00 am 4:00 pm
    Tue, Dec 10, 2019 SCENIC CRUISING SOUFRIERE BAY CRUISING ONLY -- --
    Wed, Dec 11, 2019 ST. JOHNS, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA 8:00 am 5:00 pm
    Thu, Dec 12, 2019 ST. THOMAS, U.S.V.I. 8:00 am 5:00 pm
    Fri, Dec 13, 2019 AT SEA -- --
    Sat, Dec 14, 2019 HALF MOON CAY, BAHAMAS TENDER REQUIRED WHEELCHAIR ACCESS LIMITED 8:00 am 3:00 pm
    Sun, Dec 15, 2019 FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA, US 7:00 am --
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Holland America Line
General

For 145 years, Holland America Line has been a recognized leader in cruising. If you are looking for some of the most spacious and comfortable ships at sea, award-winning service, exquisite dining, extensive activities and enrichment programs and compelling worldwide itineraries, you''ve come to the right place.

Our fleet of 14 modern classic ships offers more than 500 sailings a year visiting all seven continents. Cruises include both popular and less-traveled ports in the Caribbean, Alaska, Europe, Mexico, South America, the Panama Canal, Australia, New Zealand and Asia - as well as unique voyages to the Amazon, Antarctica and our extended Grand Voyages.

Holland America Line is proud of its environmental program. The company earned its initial ISO 14001 certification in June 2006. As the internationally recognized standard for environmental management, ISO 14001 encompasses virtually every aspect of our ships'' operations. Holland America Line has been recertified to meet that standard again and again - demonstrating our belief that the safeguarding of our guests, crews, ships and the environment in which we live and operate is not only the right thing to do, it is essential to the successful conduct of our business.

As part of our collective social responsibility, the company, employees, and guests have joined together to give back to communities and organizations around the world. Whether it''s donating shipboard items to an orphanage, cleaning up a neighborhood park, walking 5K onboard to raise funds for cancer research, or donating money to disaster relief, Holland America Line and our employees share time and resources to make a difference.

Every Holland America Line employee is committed to providing a truly extraordinary experience for our guests. We look forward to welcoming you aboard.

Ship
Koningsdam
Overview

Launched in 2016, Koningsdam carries forward all of the tradition, nautical heritage, and signature service and style for which Holland America Line is known - while raising the bar for 21st-century elegance. The 2,650-guest Koningsdam is the first of her class, ushering in a new era of Pinnacle-class cruising.

Her name's roots, like the ship itself, are a mix of something contemporary and something classic: "Koning," means king in Dutch - and is a salute to King Willem-Alexander, the Netherland's first king in more than 100 years.

To bring this new ship to life, Holland America Line commissioned two legendary partners, change-maker Adam D. Tihany, regarded as one of the world's pre-eminent hospitality designers and designer, and architect Bjorn Storbraaten, the force behind ms Nieuw Amsterdam and ms Eurodam.

Their design cues for Koningsdam? Light-filled spaces. Fluid curves. A sophisticated interplay of high technology and elegance. With beautiful architectural elements inspired by music. All woven together in a forward-thinking design approach.

At the heart of the ship, Koningsdam's central atrium is pure visual drama. Soaring three decks high, the space is graced by an airy stainless steel sculpture that evokes the feeling of a classical quartet, with strings, arches, and bows. The atrium is capped by a ceiling that serves as a backdrop for subtly changing high-definition projections. Look up by day to see wispy cirrus clouds floating overhead. By evening, the atrium takes on dramatic lighting hues or reflects the clear constellations of the night sky.

Dining Venues

Grab one of our signature burgers by the pool at Dive-In, choose sophisticated ambiance in our elegant dining room, spend a romantic evening in the Pinnacle Grill or enjoy in-room dining any time of day.

Dining venues on Koninsdam:

  • Pinnacle Grill
  • The Dining Room
  • De Librije Pop Up
  • Canaletto
  • Tamarind
  • Sel de Mer Pop Up
  • Lido Market
  • Dive-In
  • New York Pizza & Deli
  • Grand Dutch Cafe
  • G Gelato

Entertainment

Dazzling entertainment options abound on board Koningsdam. The new Lincoln Center Stage and Billboard Onboard venues join the already popular B.B. King's Blues Club for a complete new "Music Walk" experience.

Entertainment offered onboard Koningsdam:

  • Rolling Stone Rock Room
  • B.B. King's Blues Club
  • Lincoln Center Stage
  • Billboard Onboard
  • Exploration Central
  • World Stage
  • Casino
  • Movies Poolside
  • Ocean Bar
  • Notes
  • Pinnacle Bar

Activities

Onboard activities abound, including intimate tasting and wine-blending classes at BLEND by Chateau Ste. Michelle. Hone video-editing skills, rejuvenate at our Greenhouse Spa, take a Pilates class or simply relax and unwind.

Activities offered onboard Koningsdam:

  • BLEND by Chateau Ste. Michelle
  • America's Test Kitchen
  • BBC Earth Experiences
  • The Oprah Magazine
  • Digital Workshop, powered by Windows
  • Greenhouse Spa & Salon
  • Club HAL and The Loft
  • Two swimming pools
  • Fitness Center
  • Basketball & Volleyball courts
  • The Shops of Holland America Line

Bars and Lounges

Ocean Bar
Enjoy cocktails and ocean views while listening to live string music.

Notes
With its impressive collection of more than 130 labels, Notes, a dedicated whiskey bar on ms Koningsdam, is an aficionado's paradise.

Pinnacle Bar


Ship Facts
  • Ship's Registry: The Netherlands
  • Guest capacity: 2,650
  • Gross Tonnage: 99,500 grt.
  • Length: 975 feet
  • Beam: 114.8 feet
  • Dedicated: May 2016, by H.M. Queen Maxima of the Netherlands
Decks
Stateroom Legend
  • Stateroom Legend
  • A Vista Suite (some accessible)
    AS Vista Suite
    B Vista Suite (some accessible)
    BC Vista Suite
    C Large Ocean-view (some accessible)
    CQ Large Ocean-view Spa
    D Large Ocean-view
    E Large Ocean-view (some accessible)
    F Large Ocean-view
    FA Large Family Ocean-view
    FB Large Family Ocean-view (some accessible)
    I Large or Standard Interior (some accessible)
    IQ Large Interior Spa
    J Standard Interior
    K Standard Interior (some accessible)
    L Standard Interior
    N Standard Interior
    OO Single Oceanview
    PS Pinnacle Suite
    SA Neptune Suite (some accessible)
    SB Neptune Suite
    SC Neptune Suite
    SQ Neptune Spa Suite
    SS Signature Suite
    SY Signature Suite
    V Verandah Stateroom (some accessible)
    VA Verandah Stateroom (some accessible)
    VB Verandah Stateroom (some accessible)
    VC Verandah Stateroom (some accessible)
    VD Verandah Stateroom (some accessible)
    VE Verandah Stateroom (some accessible)
    VF Verandah Stateroom
    VH Partially Obstructed Verandah (some accessible)
    VQ Verandah Spa Stateroom (some accessible)
    VS Verandah Stateroom
Stateroom Symbol Legend
  • Stateroom Symbol Legend
  • Connecting rooms
    Wheelchair accessible
    Fully accessible, roll-in shower only
    2 lower beds or converts to 1 queen-size
    Fully accessible with with single side approach to the bed.
    Fully obstructed view
    Partial sea view
    Shower Only
    Bathtub and shower
    Triple (2 lower beds, 1 sofa bed)
    Quad (2 lower beds, 1 sofa bed, 1 upper)
    Ambulatory accessible
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Observation Deck

Observation Deck
Destination
Caribbean - Southern
Sleeping under a palm tree, strolling on endless beaches and eating ice cream while floating in a turquoise sea. What could be further from your everyday world? When you sail the Caribbean you''ll discover how relaxing, entertaining and just plain fun a week really can be. Visit a variety of beautiful islands and escape to paradise on your next vacation.
Ports of Call
Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
City Fort Lauderdale

Originally a fort built by the U.S. Army in 1838 during the Second Seminole War, Fort Lauderdale welcomes visitors with broad, palm-fringed beaches and an easy pace of life. Stroll along fashionable Las Olas Boulevard with its stylish shops or enjoy a sightseeing cruise through the city''s canals, boasting more waterways than Venice. Or, venture out and explore the cosmopolitan city of Palm Beach, or the wildlife sanctuary of the Everglades.

Philipsburg, St. Maarten

Dutch St. Maarten is a great place to stop just to shop. Its capital is Philipsburg and fills a narrow stretch of land between Great Bay and the Great Salt Pond. It is a bustling center of international trade with lively shopping streets, cafes, and hotels. Strangely enough it has two main streets called Front Street and Back Street.

On Front Street, which is the main thoroughfare, duty-free shops line the road as far as the eye can see. These duty-free shops offer everything from Italian leather goods and Japanese cameras to native crafts. Don't be afraid to venture the alleyways that will lead you to arcades and courtyards filled with flowers.

The Courthouse is the most prominent landmark on Front Street. It is a grand white wooden structure topped with a cupola built in 1793. Front Street also includes the Simartin Museum so that visitors can get and excellent introduction to local St. Maartin history. There are also historical forts that are monuments to Philipsburg's strategic importance in St. Maarten's history.

Philipsburg has not been left behind in the time, however. It has combined its historical legacy with 20th century excitement. Since its waterfront has become a popular stop for cruise ships, the shore of this town is covered with restaurants, cafes and nightclubs that offer entertainment well into the night.

Fort-de-France, Martinique
City Fort-de-France

Bridgetown, Barbados
City Bridgetown

The Bajan British accent is very distinctive, reflecting both the Scepter'd Isle and the lovely one they live on. Barbados still has lovely parish churches, great manor houses and a proper Trafalgar Square along with white-sugar beaches and waving fields of cane.

Castries, St. Lucia
City Castries

Just recently, St. Lucia, and Castries in particular, has become one of the most popular regions for tourists. The accommodations and facilities are top of the line, and the restaurants and activities fabulous. The majority of travelers reside between Castries, which is the capital of St. Lucia, and the northern end of the island. The entire north side of the island is comprised of white-sand beaches to dazzle even the most seasoned and experienced traveler.

St. John's, Antigua
City St Johns

St. John's, Antigua is one of the oldest trading posts in the Caribbean Sea. It is a mixture of restored buildings that date back to the 1600s and some more modern buildings. One of the great things about St. John's is that most of the sights are within walking distance; so go explore the town as soon as you disembark. As you take a stroll along the streets lining the wharf, you will notice vendors hawking everything from clothing to local crafts, artwork, and jewelry. The Public Market is arrayed with an assortment of tropical fruits that you may not recognize. If you are up for a little bit adventure, sample something that appeals to you. Just make sure to ask if it needs any preparation first.

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
City Saint Thomas

Prior to the arrival of the Europeans, the island of St. Thomas was once inhabited by the Ciboney tribes around 1500 BC along with two other tribes, the Taino or Arawaks and the Caribs. Even today you will be able to find evidence of these late tribes. Also before the European began to form a colony on this island, pirates once roam this island. The most common stories of pirates usually include the names of Blackbeard and Bluebeard who have been known for thieving Spanish ships filled with gold coins and other valuables. In 1917, the Danish flag was a thing of the past and the flag of the United States is a thing of the present.

Due to the beauty of this island, breath taking attractions are everywhere you look. This island is equipped with historical sites such as the Charlotte Amalie to marine parks and beautiful botanical gardens throughout the island. During your visit make sure you indulge in the Nightlife full of calypso music for your listening pleasure as well as great restaurants for your dining pleasure and semi-block parties for your dancing delight.

Half Moon Cay (Little San Salvador Island), Bahama

Half Moon Cay has the attraction of other private islands plus some! This 2500 acre island, prides itself in maintaining the natural ecology; it protects 2400 of its acres by keeping them wholly unspoiled. Located one hundred miles SE of Nassau, its large protected bay used to be a famous refuge for pirates (or as famous as a pirate refuge can get). Enjoy nature activities, beach fun, or just swing in the hammock to the island steel band. Make sure to take at least one dip in the beach which is only chest deep 60 ft out!