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Westerdam Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage


Contributor Level: Third Mate
Experience: 7+ cruises
Review: 1
Helpful Votes: 11

Overall Rating:

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7 Night Alaskan Explorer With Glacier Bay (Seattle Roundtrip)
Sail Date: June 07, 2014
Ship: Westerdam
Cabin Type: Balcony
Cabin Number: 7124
Traveled As: Singles/Friends
Reviewed: 3 years ago

   Just completed our sixth HAL cruise . . . this time Alaska on the Westerdam.

   Ship very well maintained.  Staterooms small (like everywhere) but well planned.  Meals remain a 'cut above' other 5-Star lines.  Staff very good and the true difference on Holland America.

   Inside passage on Alaska was a great experience.  Glacier Bay was probably the highlight, though we also had an excellent whale watch trip and enjoyed Ketchikan, Sitka and Victoria.

Food and Dining

5 out of 5

Onboard Activities

5 out of 5

Entertainment

3 out of 5

Service and Staff

5 out of 5

Ship Quality

5 out of 5

Cabin / Stateroom

5 out of 5

Ship Tip

Eat in the 'formal' dining room each evening. It only takes a few minutes to dress up - but it makes the cruise a very special event.

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Plan to spend the day on deck . . . you need to have a 360 degree view!
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Walk into town and enjoy the inside harbor and nearby british pubs.
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