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Keel laying for latest Holland America Line vessel in Italy

Keel laying for latest Holland America Line vessel in Italy

28 November 2019 Cruise News

Holland America Line has celebrated the keel laying of its new 2,668-passenger ‘Ryndam’ at Fincantieri’s Marghera shipyard in Italy. A 505-ton block, measuring 14 by 34 meters, was lowered by crane into the yard’s building dock, marking the official beginning of construction.

Holland America Line celebrates latest Ryndam milestone

Holland America Line celebrates latest Ryndam milestone

15 October 2019 Cruise News

Holland America Line has reached a milestone in the building of Ryndam, its next Pinnacle-class ship, with the successful launch of the forward lower section. Also known as the “troncone,” the element was launched at Fincantieri’s Palermo shipyard in Italy.

Carnival commits US$180m to two new Bahamas developments

Carnival commits US$180m to two new Bahamas developments

26 September 2019 Cruise News

Under the agreement, Carnival Corporation will develop a new cruise port destination primarily for Carnival Cruise Line on Grand Bahama, and construction of a new addition, including a pier, on the Bahamian island of Little San Salvador, home to Holland America Line’s Half Moon Cay port.

Holland America Line reveals historic name for new ship

Holland America Line reveals historic name for new ship

11 April 2019 Cruise News

In a nod to its long line of historic ships, Holland America Line has announced that its next Pinnacle class ship will be called Ryndam. The new build, due for delivery in May 2021, will be the fourth ship in the company’s history to carry the name.

Breaking Travel News investigates: Carnival prepares to debut quartet of new ships in 2018

Breaking Travel News investigates: Carnival prepares to debut quartet of new ships in 2018

8 January 2018 Focus

Carnival Corporation has revealed it will launch four new cruise ships in 2018 across four of its ten brands. Carnival Cruise Line, America’s most trusted and popular line; Holland America Line, one of cruising’s most popular premium lines with a 145-year history; Seabourn, the leader in small-ship, ultra-luxury cruising; and AIDA Cruises, the leading cruise brand in Germany, will all receive new ships.