Nieuw Statendam, the newest cruise ship of Holland America Line, was turned over to its new owners at the Fincantieri Marghera shipyard in Venice on Thursday, November 29.
The new vessel, the sixteenth ship built by Fincantieri for Holland America Line, is the second Pinnacle class ship after Koningsdam, which was delivered in 2016.
Fincantieri will also build a third unit of the series at its Marghera shipyard with delivery scheduled in 2021.
Nieuw Statendam displaces about 99,500 tonnes, measures almost 300 metres long, and has accommodation for up to 2,660 passengers in more than 1,300 cabins.
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