A ship that is truly state-of-the-art
Statendam is the fifth ship to bear the name in Holland America Line's more than 130-year history.
She features a theme of Dutch life and exploration, with more than $2million worth of art and artifacts beautifully displayed throughout the ship.
Like her sisters Maasdam, Veendam and Ryndam, she carries fewer guests than other ships in the fleet but has been designed to provide more space for maximum comfort.
At the heart of the ship is a three-story atrium featuring a monumental fountain created by sculptor Gilbert Lebigre in Pietrasanta, Italy.
Many staterooms feature commanding ocean views and have private verandahs.
She is to receive Signature of Excellence enhancements in early 2010
Operated by Holland America Line
Built at Fincantieri, Italy
Entered service: January 1993
Gross tonnage: 55,819 tons
Cost: $215 million
Passenger decks: 10
Staterooms: 633 including
- 502 outside
- 150 with balconies
- 131 inside
- 6 for wheelchairs
One two-leveldining room (four sittings), casino, cinema, library, two outside swimming pools (one with magradome), fitness centre, beauty salon, self-service launderette.
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