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Setting sail from Fort Lauderdale
These days Fort Lauderdale is a sophisticated place awash with upmarket hotels and excellent restaurants. The glorious weather and swathes of golden beach are still a huge draw, but there are also plenty of cultural attractions, such as the Museum of Art and the Museum of Discovery and Science. The city also boasts 300 miles of navigable waterways and canals, meaning there's plenty of space for the resident millionaires to park their yachts, and the cruise port is one of the busiest in the world.
A great way to see Fort Lauderdale is on the hop on hop off water taxi tour – a one day pass gives you unlimited travel and it’s a great way to sightsee as well as to get around.
Dominican Republic: Amber Cove
Puerto Rico: San Juan
Founded by the Spanish in 1521, Puerto Rico’s capital is the second oldest European settlement in the Americas. Modern San Juan is a bustling city, home to over a third of the island’s population, but the cobbled streets of the Old Town remain the biggest tourist draw.
Sint Maarten: Philipsburg
Philipsburg is the gateway to an intriguing little Caribbean island with a dual personality: the Dutch side, St. Maarten, is the livelier of the two, with shopping malls, casinos and more of a nightlife scene, while French-speaking St. Martin is a more refined (and more expensive) affair, with a laid-back, continental air and a host of exclusive resorts and restaurants.
Bahamas: Half Moon Cay
The island of Little San Salvador, now known as Half Moon Cay, was purchased by Holland America Line for $6 million in 1997. This private island retreat features villas and cabanas available for rent, along with restaurants, watersports facilities and a tranquil wildlife reserve.
Arriving in Fort Lauderdale
Bonnet House Museum and Gardens is a great visit, with remains dating back to 2000 BC – in Florida - who knew there was anything so old there?! It’s a fascinating museum too, and the gardens are beautiful.
Your home from home
A Holland America Signature-class ship, Eurodam carries just over 2,000 passengers – still mid-sized by today’s standards, and reflecting a contemporary take on the company’s lengthy heritage.
What we love
Some excellent dining choices on this gracious ship give guests a chance to ring the changes in the evenings - entertainment too is varied and stimulating. In keeping with a long Holland America Line tradition, the ship features an extraordinary art collection - in this instance themed around the Dutch Golden Age, ranging from 17th Century watercolour maps to a contemporary reinterpretation of Rembrandt's famous painting The Night Watch.
|Crew||929 International Staff|
Holland America guests are sociable and relaxed, with enquiring minds and a participatory spirit - there are lots of classes and workshops to enjoy on board, with new skills to learn while at sea, and new places to explore ashore.
|Cruising Speed||24 knots|
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Overnight in Fort Lauderdale
The Hyatt Regency Pier 66 has been THE hotel of choice for cruise passengers for as long as we can remember.
See more of Florida
Go out into the Florida Everglades and Sawgrass Recreation Park with native flora and fauna and reconstructed Seminole villages.