Category Archives: Ship Inspections

The Eurodam

The Eurodam is a member of the Holland America Line. There are 12 ships all ending in the three letters ‘dam’ and inevitably the main tee-shirt advertising slogan used is ‘dam good cruise’. Eurodam weights in at 86,273 tonnes and … Continue reading

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140312 Celebrity Solstice Inspection

I ate my first ever salmon steak today! The Celebrity Solstice is the newest cruise vessel to cruise Pacific waters this summer – just 5 years since it’s commissioning in Germany.  She carries 1,500 crew to care for 2,850 passengers … Continue reading

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140206 Voyager of the Seas Inspection

Today, I had the privilege of accepting an invitation from Lyn (there’s always a first time), to inspect the Royal Carribean Lines “Voyager of the Seas”.  She (the ship, that is, NOT Lyn) has been doing summer cruises around the … Continue reading

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130321 Queen Mary 2 Inspection

Today, I was privileged to have lunch on, and take a tour of, the 151,000 tonne Queen Mary 2 while it was visiting Melbourne.  What a ship!  It carries 2600 passengers, mostly seniors, although there is a kids club on … Continue reading

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