Cuisine from Every Corner of the Globe
As well-travelled as the chefs curating its menus, the food onboard Maasdam is a veritable world tour, taking inspiration from cuisines across the globe to give guests an epicurean experience like never before.
Refined and diverse, there’s something to satisfy everyone. From classic American fare, you can enjoy poolside to Canaletto’s exceptional Italian cuisine made for sharing with friends and family. Go casual at the Lido Market’s refreshing approach to relaxed dining, or sample elegant meals from morning to night in The Dining Room, the perfect spot for some truly unforgettable meals.
Why not make a reservation at Pinnacle Grill, an intimate, exceptional venue where guests dine amidst crisp linens, crystal clear glassware and some of the finest food at sea, including Alaskan king salmon, lobster bisque and Washington State beef. Complimented with superb wines, this is a restaurant to be savoured while you’re onboard.
On-Board Workshops and Shows
If you’re the kind of cruiser who likes to enrich their mind and loves to learn new things and for those looking for something else out of their cruise, then Maasdam’s digital workshop is great for you. Led by trained hosts, you’ll learn new skills such as video-editing techniques, photography and how to channel your inner artiste with creative programs such as Paint 3D.
When the nights draw in and the lights dim, Maasdam comes alive with dazzling entertainment. From the glitz and glamour of its onboard casino and the relaxed, golden age ambience of the Piano Bar to Wajang Theater’s showcase of contemporary movies, Holland America Line are dedicated to bringing guests impressive entertainment night after night.
Unique, Elegant Design
With interior flourishes that salute the historical Dutch East and West India trading companies of the past, Maasdam’s unique design makes it a singular vessel to cruise on. Crafted with opulent, luxurious touches, it is perhaps the ship’s centrepiece that impresses the most. A huge sculpture made from nearly 2,000 pieces of glass, and incorporating Luciano Vistosi’s ‘Totem’, this stunning, three-storey monument is undoubtedly an extraordinary feat of design.