Where Is Volendam Cruise Ship Now?

By Anna Duncan

Volendam is a cruise ship owned by Holland America Line and operated by Carnival Corporation & plc. The ship was built at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy for Holland America Line in 1999. It was the fourth in Holland America’s Vista-class series of ships, which includes the Zaandam, Westerdam, Zuiderdam, Oosterdam, and Noordam.

Volendam operates primarily from its home port of Rotterdam in The Netherlands. The ship sails to destinations all around the world including Europe, North America, South America, Africa and the Caribbean. In addition to scheduled cruises, Volendam also offers charter cruises for special occasions such as weddings and corporate events.

Volendam is a mid-sized cruise ship with a total length of 792 feet (241 meters) and gross tonnage of 66,127. It has 12 passenger decks and can accommodate up to 1,800 passengers. The ship is equipped with modern amenities including a spa and fitness center, several restaurants and bars, pools and jacuzzis as well as an entertainment center with multiple lounges.

The current location of Volendam Cruise Ship is on a 7-day Mediterranean cruise from Amsterdam to Barcelona. The cruise departs from Amsterdam on June 9th and arrives in Barcelona on June 16th. Along the way it will visit ports in France (Marseille), Italy (Rome), Greece (Mykonos) and Spain (Valencia).

Volendam is one of Holland America Line’s most popular cruises ships that promises an unforgettable experience for its passengers. With its modern amenities and itineraries that take passengers around the globe it’s no wonder why this cruise ship continues to be a favorite among travelers.


The Volendam Cruise Ship is currently sailing on a 7-day Mediterranean cruise from Amsterdam to Barcelona with stops in France, Italy, Greece and Spain along the way. This popular mid-sized vessel offers passengers an unforgettable experience with its modern amenities and worldwide itineraries.