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Setting sail from Boston
Boston is one of the oldest cities in the USA, and in amongst the skyscrapers are plenty of red-brick buildings, a Georgian architecture that lends the city a distinctly European feel. The Freedom Trail is a 2 ½ mile walking route around the city that gives an excellent introduction to American history, and Boston is home to a wealth of cultural riches, including the superb Museum of Fine Arts, as well as the world famous Harvard University. Bostonians are also big sports fans, and one of the country's biggest baseball teams, the Red Sox, play their home matches at Fenway Park.
The food’s the thing (particularly New England lobster) so head for Faneuil Hall marketplace, and go in the Quincy Market Colonnade, the largest food hall in New England.
Bermuda: King’s Wharf
Arriving in Boston
Whatever else you do, walk the Freedom Trail, the perfect introduction to Colonial Revolutionary Boston, covering 16 historical sites in the course of two or three hours. You can do it on your own!
Your home from home
This classic member of the Holland America Line fleet, with an attractive capacity of 1,350, has recently undergone a major enhancement to bring her in line with the more recent builds, giving guests the advantage of intimacy and style.
What we love
The grand proportions of Veendam are enhanced by a Holland America Line art and antique collection worth over two million dollars. We do like the new Lanai staterooms, with sliding glass doors opening onto the walk-around Lower Promenade Deck.
|Crew||580 International Staff|
A choice of dining and entertainment makes for a lovely friendly atmosphere on board, with plenty of opportunity for guests to make new friends, both on board and ashore.
|Cruising Speed||22 knots|
Tailor-make your trip
Our recommended hotel in Boston
We like the family owned Lenox – great location and very cosy.
Private tours in Boston
If you’re here at the right time of the year, don’t be cynical about a Fall Foliage tour – it’s breathtaking!