In January of 2002 Reverend Neal and his Cousin, Christopher, went on
a Holland-America Line Southern Caribbean Wayfarer Cruise on the MS Volendam.
The following pictures are some of Greg's selected favorites from that trip.

Read Reverend Neal's Cruise Review at

The Trip, The Ship, The VIPs

Above Pictures:
(1)The Itenerary of the 10-Day Southern Caribbean Wayfarer's Cruise
(2) Our Catagory A Minisuite
(3-16) Various pictures of the Volendam
(17-18) Our table group
(19) An Ice Lion
(20) the REAL Mohammad Ali
(21) Our waiter, Fasael, doing the "choco-loco"
(22-23) "A slice of choco-loco?"
(24-27) And, finally, ANY day at sea is better than one ashore!

The Various Lounges of the MS Volendam

The Crows Nest

The Explorers' Lounge

The SeaView Lounge and Piano Bar

The Ocean Lounge and Bar

The Casino/Sports Bar and Casino

Frans Hals Lounge

The Erasmus Library

The Atrium
(I think it looks like the Warp Core on the Starship Enterprise)

And, by popular demand, two photos of our cabin's bathroom!

RealPlayer Video Cruise on the MS Volendam
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Sail Away from Fort Lauderdale and Tour of the Volendam Play Download
Curacao and Venezuela Play Download
Trinidad, Martinique, and St. Thomas Play Download
Half Moon Cay and Tender Operations Play Download
Mt. Avila Skylift in Caracas Venezuela Play Download
M/S Volendam (short, but high quality) Download
Minisuite on the M/S Volendam (short, but high quality) Download

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All original still photography and videos are:
© 2002, Rev. Gregory S. Neal
All Rights Reserved

Pictures from:

The Volendam
Caracas Venezuela
St. Thomas
Half Moon Cay, Bahamas

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