54 Days at Sea — Continuing the at-sea tour of MS Prinsendam


Showroom at Sea panorama

Being such a small ship, the main theater is equally tiny by today’s mega-ship standards. But that lends this venue an air of intimacy and fun not found on most ships.

Showroom at Sea

MS Prinsendam to being the smallest ship, she’s also the oldest ship in Holland America’s fleet, and probably one of the oldest ships of any major cruise line. That doesn’t detract from either her charm or her ability for passengers to find something to do. Here, again, is the Explorations Café library and internet area:

Explorations Café library and internet

If you feel like going upscale from the already very good main dining room, you can always pay extra and enjoy the Pinnacle Grill:

Pinnacle Grill for higher-end dining

What cruise ship would be complete without an area to sun oneself?

MS Prinsendam Lido pool and whirlpool, and Lido Bar

Shopping is even available aboard this tiny ship:

Jewelry store in the Shopping Arcade

This last image is the Atrium, Deck 8, looking across to the Guest Services desk:

Main Atrium

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