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Is this your true north?
On her first and only visit to Adelaide for 2018, Holland America Line's MS Noordam will dock at the Outer Harbour Passenger Terminal at 5.30 am on Friday 26 January 2018 on her way from Kangaroo Island, leaving at 1 pm on Saturday 27 January 2018 to travel onwards to Port Arthur.
Holland America Line's MS Noordam is currently on a 29 night Southern Australia and New Zealand Discovery Cruise taking her from Sydney around southern Australia including Tasmania before sailing onwards towards New Zealand.
MS Noordam is an amazing 293 metres in length and has 11 passenger decks accommodating 1,924 passengers and 800 crew, providing a passenger to crew ratio of 2.4:1. A member of Holland America Line's Vista Class, she is the fourth vessel to bear the MS Noordam name. Each of the four vessels in the Vista class have names prefixed with the directions of the compass in Dutch. MS Noordam represents noorden, meaning north.
A cruise on MS Noordam provides a range of suites and staterooms to choose from including Pinnacle, Neptune and Signature suites or staterooms with or without a verandah or ocean view.
Dining on MS Noordam provides seven options from the Pinnacle Grill to the Master Chef's Table, ensuring that there is always an option to suit your mood. A range of activities are available, from being pampered in the spa to swimming or playing basketball or volleyball for the more energetic. After dark, you can visit one of the many bars or venture into the Show Lounge or Blues Club.
Cruises on MS Noordam will take you around Australia and New Zealand or the Pacific with adventures lasting anywhere from 14 to 40 days. More information about MS Noordam or the Holland America Line cruises is available at the website.
Outer Harbour Train Services recommenced operations following works on Monday 15 January 2018 and train services are free until 28 January 2018. To travel on the Outer Harbour line, passengers embarking at Adelaide Railway Station are advised to enter and exit via the northern barrier gates 20-26 (closest to the ticket office). For further information, please go to the Adelaide Metro website.
The event is free and child-friendly and a great opportunity to bring the little ones along to see the big ships during the school holidays.
All times given are subject to change. For further information on Cruise Ships in Adelaide, please go to the website or Facebook page.