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Registered Owner: HAL - Antillen NV. - Operator: Holland - America Line - a Carnival Corp.& Plc Company

 July 2020 - Ship sold to Fred Olsen ship left HAL fleet fall 2020 new name BOLETTE together with Rotterdam

             This is the third ship to bear the name of Amsterdam.
Her predecessor the Amsterdam -II was bought in 1887 by the HAL and ended service in 1905.
The Amsterdam-III is a sister of the Rotterdam-VI, however a slightly larger. Both ships are provided with a two funnel lay-out. Even as the Rotterdam-VI is the Amsterdam flagship too. It is very unusual to have 2 flagships in one fleet.

Entered service: 2000 – Gross tonnage: 62.735 - Pass. lower beds: 1380 - All berths: 1772 - Passenger decks: 10 - Length: 237,86 m. - Beam: 32,25 m. - Drive diesel/electric: 5 diesel engines make Sulzer type 16ZAV40S and 12ZAV40S - Total installed power: 55.216 kW. - Propulsion: by 2 Azimuthing pod drives first in HAL fleet. Each with an output of 15.5 MW. - Max. speed 21 knots - Built: Fincantieri - Italy - Yard no.6052 - Classification: Lloyd's Register of Shipping - Flag: The Netherlands - Homeport: Rotterdam. 

                        Passenger Space Ratio at all berths 35,40

First HAL ship with Azipod propulsion system.

Amsterdam entering harbour of New-York Oct.2000




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