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Old April 3rd, 2009, 01:56 PM
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My wife and I have been on three thirty day plus cruises, two of them on HAL ships and one around South America, including Antarctica on the Ryndam.

We loved them all. We were never bored in the slightest and looked forward to the adventure of every new day, every port and every sail-away! we enjoyed the relaxation of the days at sea and the chance to rest up for the next port. Holland ships are delightful -- giving the feeling of real ships rather than floating amusement parks. They have great food, and service with a smile, the best afloat IMHO. On long cruises like that they will include some knowedgable lecturers on the history and culture of the region that will greatly enhance the entire experience. This rather than climbing rock walls is what cruising is all about

I guarantee you will not regret it Bon Voyage
Landlocked in Denver, but cruisin every chance we get.

Polynesia, Carib. '86
Cr. Odyssey, Scandinavia, '91, 30 Day S Pac. 2002
Crystal Harm, Aust., N.Z., '94
Royal Odyssey, AK,'96
Old Cr. Pr. Canal, '97
RCCL, Carib, 1998
Volendam, Car, 2000
Ryndam, 35 day S. Am., Antarctica, '03
Is. Pr., Canal, 2004
Statendam, 34 day China, Japan, AK '06
Cr.Pr., Carib. 08
Eurodam, Atlantic, Med. '10
Golden Princess
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