The comfort continues in the ms Zuiderdam's staterooms, all of which feature Elemis toiletries and Sealy mattresses as standard. Interior suites are up to 233 square feet, and come with extras such as bathrobes, turndown service, and complimentary fruit. Book a larger suite to enjoy a separate seating area, verandah, and even more extras like binoculars and fresh flowers.
Dining & Gastronomy
The dining options on ms Zuiderdam are many and varied. If you can't drag the kids away from the pool or their new friends, grab a burger at the Dive-In bar. The cuisine of America's Pacific Northwest is reflected in the steaks and seafood of the Pinnacle Grill, and the Italian-inspired platters at Canaletto are perfect for sharing. 24-hour in-room dining is also available, perfect for those lazy breakfasts in bed or late night snacks. You can even brush up on your culinary skills with workshops and demonstrations in partnership with America's Test Kitchen.
Entertainment and Activities
The ms Zuiderdam has all the amenities you'd expect from a modern cruise ship such as two pools and a movie theater, but there's a whole host of other things to do too. Kids are well catered for with Club HAL offering activities for ages 3 to 17, while adults can take in a Pilates or yoga class in the fitness center, or learn more about the natural world through a series of concerts and movies. Why not explore the ship's art collection on a self-guided tour? After dark, a popular option is B.B. King's Blues Club with live music and dancing, or just relax in one of the bar areas with a freshly-made cocktail.
Smart casual is the dress code on most cruise evenings, with shorts, ripped jeans and vest tops not allowed. A more formal dress code applies on Gala Nights, with a "dress to impress" ethos which doesn't go as far as black tie, but allows you to incorporate a bit of glitz and sparkle into your cruising wardrobe. For gentlemen, jacket and tie is preferred on Gala evenings, but not required.