A three-deck-high atrium is the centerpiece of this ship, with gleaming brass rails and soaring glass sculpture. In keeping with Holland America tradition, the Maasdam houses a $2 million collection of art and artifacts that honors early Dutch exploration. There's Las Vegas-style entertainment in the two-deck Rembrandt Showroom, which is outfitted in Delft ceramic tiles, brocade fabrics and mahogany paneling. Tables are set with crisp linens, fine crystal and Rosenthal china in the two-level dining room, which is surrounded by windows on three sides and features an antique marble fountain from Argentina. The Lido Deck is a favorite spot for many passengers. Here, a bronze sculpture of frolicking dolphins overlooks a pool surrounded by deck chairs. Nearby, there's a bar and a grill serving hamburgers and hot dogs, as well as the Lido Restaurant, which offers sumptuous buffets and an ice-cream bar. One of the most unique features is the Culinary Arts Center, a state-of-the-art show kitchen with plasma video screens and cooking display counters -- a must-see for food and wine enthusiasts. There's a large complement of cabins and suites with verandas on this ship.
$12 for suites and $11.50 per guest, per day for all other staterooms automatically charged to onboard account (amount can be adjusted according to quality of service received). For all sailings departing on or after 12/1/2015, service charges will be increased to $13.50 per guest, per day for suites, and $12.50 per guest, per day for all other staterooms. 15% tip included on beverage orders.