Koningsdam is a majestic ship from Holland America that ushers in a special era of cruising. She’s a first-class vessel that allows passengers to experience luxury at every step, from inside of their accommodations and in restaurants to outdoors on the pool deck and in gathering spaces.
Koningsdam brings guests the nautical traditions that Holland America is known for while raising the bar for 21st-century elegance. She’s a ship that offers all of the signature services and style that you’d expect from a vessel in one of the top cruise line’s fleet. But, she infuses a bit of modernity into her mix of offerings that makes her a perfect ship for contemporary times.
Koningsdam is classic, modern, sophisticated, and chic. She offers light-filled spaces, fluid curves, and gorgeous architectural elements that are inspired by music. These elements are woven together in an innovative way, with many of the compelling design features produced by Tihany – a leader in creating artistic interiors.
Sailing Koningsdam is a great way to view locales that are as captivating as the ship herself. Itineraries on Koningsdam include a 7-day cruise to ports in Italy, a 19-day voyage past Italian and Mediterranean ports, and a 12-day visit through Green and Turkish treasures.
Koningsdam offers exciting culinary ventures for Holland America, such as the Grand Dutch Café. This whimsical eatery is a perfect place for guests to pop into for a fine pale lager, a favorite coffee drink, or a light snack. Passengers who are in the mood for Italian cuisine can dine at Canaletto, a festive spot that’s also a first for Holland America. Other eateries on Koningsdam include the Asian-inspired Tamarind and the Lido Market.
Bars and Clubs
Travelers sailing on Koningsdam can spend an evening at B.B. King’s Blues Club listening to the All-Stars band bring the best of Memphis music to sea. At B.B. Kings, you’ll be able to enjoy fast and funky rhythms, as well as smooth and soulful tunes, while sipping a signature drink or dancing the night away.
Bjorn Storbraaten joined Tihany to work on Koningsdam’s design, and you’ll see the beauty that the pair brought to life throughout the ship’s central pool area called the Magrodome. On most Holland America ships, the pool area sits on a single level, but it’s been expanded to two levels on Koningsdam. The lower level features traditional poolside elements and the mezzanine is a new-concept space that guests will surely want to spend time in. Passengers sailing Koningsdam can also visit the Greenhouse Spa & Salon, go for a run on the jogging track, take cooking classes in a Culinary Arts Center, and attend computer classes in a Digital Workshop Powered by Windows.
To find out more about sailing on Koningsdam, visit the Holland America website.