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Nederlandsch-Amerikaansche Stoomvaart Maatschappij / Holland America Line

The Nederlandsch-Amerikaansche Stoomvaart Maatschappij Company was founded 1871 as Plate, Reuchlin & Company in Rotterdam. In April, 1873 the Holland America Line was formed. After about 1970, the company's passenger ships were used for cruising.

Many thanks to Ted Finch for his assistance in collecting this data. The following list was extracted from various sources. This is not an all inclusive list but should only be used as a guide. If you would like to know more about a vessel, visit the Ship Descriptions (onsite) or Immigrant Ship web site.
For more information visit Hans Segboers' great "Unofficial Holland America" site.

Routes: - Names in brackets indicate occasional calls
  • 1872-1974 Rotterdam - Boulogne (1889-1952) - Plymouth / Southampton (1923) - New York.
  •                   Rotterdam - Havre (1952) - Southampton - (Cobh) - (Halifax) - New York.
  • 1876-1893 Amsterdam - (Boulogne 1889) - New York
  • 1888-1890 Rotterdam - South America - Buenos Aires.
  • 1891-1894 (passengers) Rotterdam - Baltimore.
  • 1901-1975 (cargo) Rotterdam - (Hampton Roads, etc) - New York.
  • 1906-1916 (cargo) Rotterdam - Boston - Philadelphia.
  • 1909-196? (cargo) Rotterdam - Baltimore.
  • 1909-1914 Hamburg - Bremen - Rotterdam - Quebec - Montreal (jointly with Hamburg America and North German Lloyd)
  • 1910          Plymouth calls recommenced inbound.
  • 1911-1916 (cargo) Rotterdam - Savannah.
  • 1912-1974 Rotterdam - Antwerp - Boulogne - Bilbao - La Corunna - Vera Cruz - Tampico - New Orleans - Cuba - Mexico.
  • 1917-1918 Falmouth replaced Plymouth (naval base) as a wartime precaution
  • 1920-1974 Hamburg - Rotterdam - UK ports - French ports - Panama Canal - Los Angeles - San Francisco - Portland, Oregon - Victoria, BC - Seattle - Vancouver (joint service with Royal Mail Lines)
  • 1920-1926 Libau - Danzig - Rotterdam
  • 1920-1939 (cargo) Hamburg - Rotterdam - UK and French ports - Suez - India - Dutch East Indies.
  • 1920-1928 (cargo) Rotterdam - South America - Buenos Aires.
  • 1939-1940 (passenger) Antwerp - New York (Red Star Line)
  • 1940-1970 (cargo) New York - Philadelphia - Baltimore - Newport News - Rio de Janeiro - Santos - Paranagua - Montevideo - Buenos Airees - (Java)
  • 1940 (?)-1970 New York - Suez - Indonesia
  • 1946-1963 Plymouth calls outbound on North Pacific services only.
  • 1949-1975 Bremen - US East Coast ports - Mexico - Cuba.
  • 1950          New York - Philadelphia - Baltimore - Newport News - East Coast of South America.
  • 1958-1968 (passenger) Bremerhaven (1963) - Rotterdam - Galway - (Cobh 1968) - (Halifax) - Quebec - Montreal
  • 1975-1995 Cruising only.

Note:
Naming system. In 1954 spellings were changed from ___DIJK to ____DYK and ships were renamed to reflect this change. Both spellings should be checked when searching for a ship.

Funnel:
1873-1898 Black funnel with narrow green, white, green bands.
1898-1971 Buff funnel with narrow green, white, green bands.

Fleet:

1873-1898 1898-1971
Vessel
Built
Years in Service
Tons
Aagtedijk
1945
ex- Turand, 1950 purchased from Wallem & Co, Panama renamed Aagtedijk, 1953 renamed Aagtedyk, 1963 scrapped after collision in River Elbe.
7,640
Aalsdijk
1944
ex- Guatemala Victory, 1946 purchased from U.S, renamed Aalsdijk, 1954 renamed Aalsdyk, 1960 sold to Bermuda renamed Hongkong Manufacturer.
7,645
Aardijk
1944
ex- Lincoln Victory, 1946 purchased from U.S, renamed Aardijk, 1954 renamed Aardyk, 1962 sold to Taiwan renamed Sian Yung.
7,643
Abbedijk
1945
ex- Milford Victory, 1946 purchased from U.S, renamed Abbedijk, 1954 renamed Abbedyk, 1961 sold to Persian Shipping Services, London renamed John L. Manta.
7,710
Akkrumdijk
1945
ex- Lake Charles Victory, 1946 purchased from U.S, renamed Akkrumdijk, 1954 renamed Akkrumdyk, 1962 sold to Liberia renamed Pacific Comet.
7,639
Alblasserdijk
1943
ex- HMS Trumpeter, 1948 purchased from U.S, renamed Alblasserdijk, 1953 renamed Alblasserdyk, 1966 sold to Panama renamed Irene Valmas.
8,292
Almdijk
1942
ex- HMS Hunter, 1948 purchased from U.S, renamed Almdijk, 1953 renamed Almdyk, 1963 scrapped Valencia.
8,286
Amsteldijk (1)
1901
1924 scrapped Italy.
6,435
Amsteldijk (2)
1944
ex- Panama Victory, 1946 purchased from U.S, renamed Amsteldijk, 1954 renamed Amsteldyk, 1968 sold to Panama renamed Helena.
7,649
Amsterdam (1) 1880 1884 wrecked Sable Island NS; loss of 3 lives. 2,949
Amsterdam (2) 1879 ex- British Crown, 1887 purchased from British Shipowners Ltd. and renamed Amsterdam, 1905 sold to Italy, renamed Amsterda. 3,629
Andijk (1) 1908 ex- Brantford, 1909 purchased with Neptune S.N.Co renamed Andijk, 1930 scrapped. 6,292
Andijk (2) 1946 1954 renamed Andyk, 1969 sold to Cyprus renamed Aurora. 8,380
Appingdijk 1945 ex- Hassan, 1952 purchased from Fidelity SS Co, Panama renamed Appingdijk, 1954 renamed Appingdyk, 1962 sold to Liberia renamed Hongkong Mariner. 7,624
Arendsdijk 1945 ex- Rollins Victory, 1946 purchased from U.S, renamed Arendsdijk, 1954 renamed Arendsdyk, 1961 sold to Bermuda renamed Hongkong Exporter. 7,639
Arkeldijk 1945 ex- Whitman Victory, 1946 purchased from U.S, renamed Arkeldijk, 1954 renamed Arkeldyk, 1966 sold to Greece renamed Athlitis. 7,664
Arnedijk 1944 ex- India Victory, 1947 purchased from Ministry of War Transport, renamed Arnedijk, 1954 renamed Arnedyk, 1962 sold to Liberia renamed San Marino. 7,638
Atlantic Crown 1969 1979 owned by Brostrom Group, 1972 sold to Cunard (same name) 15,469
Atlantic Star 1967 1975 taken over by the Brostrom Group, 1983 sold to Cunard renamed Atlantic Causeway. 11,839
Averdijk 1944 ex- Durham Victory, 1946 purchased from U.S, renamed Averdijk, 1954 renamed Averdyk, 1967 sold to Panama renamed Domina. 7,646
Axeldijk 1945 ex- Colby Victory, 1946 purchased from U.S, renamed Axeldijk, 1954 renamed Axekdyk, 1963 sold to Liberia renamed Monique. 7,639
Beemsterdijk 1922 1941 mined and sunk off Pembrokeshire coast, 40 lives lost. 6,869
Beukelsdijk 1903 ex- Grangesberg, 1916 purchased from W. Muller, Rotterdam renamed Beukelsdijk, 1923 wrecked near Bodo, Norway. 6,801
Bilderdijk (1) 1922 1940 torpedoed and sunk in Atlantic. 6,869
Bilderdijk (2) 1972 New Orleans service, 1980 owned by Intercontinental Transport, Rotterdam. 31,386
Binnendijk 1921 1939 mined and sunk off Portland Bill. 6,873
Blijdendijk (1) 1921 1931 caught fire in Red Sea and total loss. 6,854
Blijdendijk (2) 1943 ex- Fort Orange, 1943 managed for Dutch Government, 1947 purchased renamed Blijdendijk, 1953 renamed Blydendyk, 1957 sold to Italy renamed Transylvania. 7,231
Blommersdijk (1) 1907 ex- Blotberg, 1916 purchased from W. Muller, Rotterdam renamed Blommersdijk, 1916 shelled and sunk by U-Boat off Nantucket, although neutral. 4,850
Blommersdijk (2) 1922 1946 renamed Blommersdyk, 1957 sold to Italy renamed Vivara. 6,855
Boschdijk 1922 1940 bombed and sunk in Rotterdam. 6,856
Breedijk 1922 1942 torpedoed and sunk off West Africa. 6,861
Burgerdijk 1921 1940 torpedoed and sunk in Atlantic 6,853
Castor 1870 1873 chartered from Royal Netherlands SS Co. for 3 voyages. 1,520
Columbus 1910 Rotterdam passenger tender, 1927 sold to Spido, Rotterdam renamed Koningsplaat, 1995 still in operation at Amsterdam as pleasure steamer Columbus II. --
Dalerdyk   see Damsterdijk.
 
Damsterdijk 1930 Vancouver service, 1940 seized by Germany, later renamed Mulhausen, 1946 reverted to Damsterdijk, 1949 renamed Dalerdyk, 1963 sold, renamed Presvia and scrapped Japan. 10,155
Delfdijk 1929 Vancouver service, 1952 renamed Dongedyk, 1966 sold, renamed Tung Long and scrapped Taiwan. 10,220
Didam 1891 1895 sold to Red Cross Line, renamed Santarense. 2,751
Diemerdijk 1959 Antwerp - New York service, 1951 Hamburg - Vancouver service, 1954 renamed Diemerdyk, 1968 sold to Liberia renamed Oriental Amiga. 11,195
Dinteldijk (1) 1922 1940 burnt out in German air attack on Rotterdam. 1945 hull sunk as blockship by Germans. 9,399
Dinteldyk (2)   completed as Ryndam (2)  
Dinteldyk (3) 1957 New York service, 1970 sold to Liberia renamed Oriental Fantasia. 11,366
Drechtdijk 1923 1940 seized by Germany renamed Russelheim, 1945 mined in Baltic, later sunk in air attack. 9,400
Dubbeldam 1891 1895 sold to Red Cross Line, renamed Madeirense. 2,700
Duivendijk 1930 ex- Vancouver Hamburg America Line, 1940 seized by Dutch renamed Curacao, 1946 to HAL as war reparations renamed Duivendijk, Vancouver service, 1953 renamed Duivendyk, 1959 scrapped. 8,338
Edam (1) 1881 1882 sunk in collision with SS Lepanto (Wilson Line) off Sandy Hook; loss of 2 lives. 2,950
Edam (2) 1883 1895 sunk in collision with SS Turkistan in English Channel, no lives lost. 3,130
Edam (3)   ex- Rotterdam (2), 1895, renamed Edam. 1899 scrapped Italy. 3,329
Edam (4) 1921 1954 scrapped Hong Kong. 8,871
Eemdijk (1) 1913 ex- Oceanos, 1915 purchased from Embiricos, Greece renamed Eemdijk, 1915 mined and sunk off Dogger Bank. 6,180
Eemdijk (2) 1914 ex- Braunschwig, 1915 purchased from Hamburg America Line renamed Eemdijk, 1933 scrapped. 7,678
Eemdijk (3) 1944 ex- Terborch (Dutch Government), 1946 allocated to HAL renamed Eemdijk, 1953 renamed Eemdyk, 1960 sold to Greece renamed Orient Merchant. 9,894
Gaasterdijk (1) 1922 1933 sold to United Netherlands SS Co renamed Gasterkerk. 8,373
Gaasterdyk (2) 1960 Central America service, 1966 converted to container ship, 1978 sold to Panama renamed Good Herald. 7,222
Gorredijk (1) 1902 ex- Como, 1909 purchased from Furness Withy & Co. renamed Gorredijk, 1923 sold to Ben Line renamed Benmacdhui. 5,137
Gorredyk (2) 1963 1966 converted to container ship, 1974 sold to Greece renamed Hellenic Grace. 7,298
Grebbedyk 1962 1966 converted to container ship, 1974 sold to Greece renamed Hellenic Sky. 7,259
Grootendijk 1923 1926 sold to United Netherlands SS Co renamed Grootenkerk. 8,365
Grotedyk 1962 Vancouver service, 1966 converted to container ship, 1978 sold to Panama (same name) 7,251
Johan Van Oldenbarnevelt 1929 1939 chartered from Netherlands SS Co. for one voyage. 19,787
Kamperdyk 1959 West Indies and Gulf service, 1972 sold to Liberia renamed Volta Peace. 5,290
Katsedyk 1961 West Indies and Gulf service, 1973 sold to Fryske Lloyd, Dutch Antilles renamed Tjonger. 5,376
Kerkedyk 1958 West Indies and Gulf service, 1970 sold to Yugoslavia renamed Branik. 5,224
Kinderdijk (1) 1914 ex- Nassau, 1915 purchased from Hamburg America Line renamed Kinderdijk, 1933 scrapped. 7,638
Kinderdyk (2) 1956 West Indies and Gulf service, 1970 sold to Yugoslavia renamed Borovnica. 5,634
Kloosterdyk 1956 West Indies and Gulf service, 1970 sold to Yugoslavia renamed Brezice. 5,635
Korendyk 1959 West Indies and Gulf service, 1972 sold to Liberia renamed Volta Wisdom. 5,290
Leerdam (1) 1881 ex- Nederlander, 1882 renamed Leerdam, 1889 sunk in collision with s/s Gaw-Quan-Sin in North Sea , no lives lost. 2,796
Leerdam (2) 1920 1954 scrapped Japan. 8,854
Maartensdijk   1902 ex- Rapallo, 1909 purchased from Furness Withy & Co. renamed Maartensdijk, 1923 sold to Ben Line renamed Benvrackie. 5,137
Maas 1873 see Maasdam 1,705
Maasdam (1) 1873 ex- Maas, 1883 renamed Maasdam, 1884 destroyed by fire at sea; no loss of lives. 1,705
Maasdam (2) 1871 ex- Republic, 1890 purchased from White Star Line and renamed, 1902 sold to Italy, renamed Vittoria. 3,984
Maasdam (3) 1920 1941 torpedoed and sunk in Atlantic, 2 lives lost. 8,812
Maasdam (4) 1952 1969 sold to Gdynia-America Line, renamed Stefan Batory. 15,024
Maasdam (5) 1993 cruise liner. 55,450
Maasdijk 1912 ex- Southern, 1915 purchased from Lansford SS Co, London renamed Maasdijk, 1922 sold to Morel Ltd, London renamed Rhymney. 6,065
Moerdijk (1) 1914 ex- Denderah, 1915 purchased from Kosmos, Germany renamed Moerdijk, 1933 scrapped. 7,310
Moerdyk (2) 1965 1973 sold to Empreza Insulana de Navegacao, Portugal, renamed Hermenegildo Capelo. 11,127
Nederlander   see Leerdam (1)  
Nieuw Amsterdam (1) 1906 1932 scrapped Japan. 16,967
Nieuw Amsterdam (2) 1938 1971 cruise ship, 1974 scrapped Taiwan. 36,287
Nieuw Amsterdam (3) 1983 cruise liner, 1988 taken over by Carnival Cruise Line. 33,930
Noordam (1) 1902 1923 sold to Swedish American Line, renamed Kungsholm. 12,531
Noordam (2) 1938 1963 sold Panama, chartered to Messageries Maritimes, renamed Oceanien. 10,726
Noordam (3) 1984 cruise liner, 1988 taken over by Carnival Cruise Line. 33,930
Noorderdijk (1) 1913 1917 torpedoed and sunk off Scilly Isles. 7,166
Noorderdijk (2) 1913 ex- Gernis Roland Line, Bremen, 1918 ceded to HAL as war reparations renamed Noorderdijk, 1932 sold to Italy renamed Provvidenza. 8,384
Obdam 1880 ex- British Queen, 1889 purchased from British Shipowners Ltd. and renamed, 1898 became US Army Transport McPherson. 3,245
Oosterdijk 1913 1918 sunk in collision in North Atlantic. 8,251
P. Caland 1874 1897 sold to Cosulich Line, renamed Ressel. 2,540
Pennland 1920 ex- Pittsburgh, American Line, 1939 purchased from Bernstein Red Star Line, 1941 bombed and sunk off Greece. 16,381
Poeldijk (1) 1907 ex- Vrijbergen, 1915 1909 purchased from Furness Withy & Co renamed Poeldijk, 1928 sold to W. Schuchmann, Bremen renamed Schwarzesee. 4,211
Poeldyk (2) 1964 Great Lakes service, 1974 sold to Nigeria renamed River Gongola. 3,551
Potsdam 1900 1915 sold to Swedish American Line, renamed Stockholm. 12,606
Prinsendam 1973 cruise liner, 1980 caught fire off Alaska and sank. 8,566
Prinses Margriet 1961 1963 chartered from Oranje Line, New York service, 1964 purchased from Oranje Line, 1967 West Indies service, 1970 sold to Nauru renamed Enna G. 9,336
Rotterdam (1) 1873 1883 wrecked on Dutch coast; no loss of life. 1,694
Rotterdam (2) 1878 ex- British Empire, 1886 purchased from British Shipowners Ltd. and renamed, 1895 renamed Edam (3) . 3,329
Rotterdam (3) 1897 1906 sold to Scandinavian American Line, renamed C.F. Tietgen. 8,302
Rotterdam (4) 1908 1940 scrapped Holland 24,149
Rotterdam (5) 1959 New York service, 1969 transferred to cruising only, 1997 sold to Cruise Holdings renamed Rembrandt. 38,645
Rijndam (Ryndam) (1) 1901 1929 scrapped Holland. 12,340
Ryndam (2) 1951 ex- Waterman,1966 transferred to German subsidiary Europa-Canada Linie, Bremen, 1967 transferred to Trans-Oceaan, Rotterdam renamed Waterman, 1967 reverted to HAL renamed Ryndam, 1972 sold to World Wide Cruises, Panama renamed Atlas. 15,015
Ryndam (3) 1993 cruise liner.
55,450
Schiedam 1874 ex- San Marcos, 1877 chartered from Liverpool & Texas SS Co., renamed Schiedam, 1880 purchased from Liverpool & Texas SS Co., 1897 sold to Cosulich Line, renamed Miramar. 2,236
Schiedijk (1) 1916 1926 sold to United Netherlands SS Co renamed Schiekerk. 7,040
Schiedijk (2) 1949 New York - Java service, 1954 renamed Schiedyk, 1968 grounded in Juan Fuca Strait, total loss. 9,600
Sloterdijk (1) 1902 1924 sold to Ben Line renamed Benvannoch. 6,424
Sloterdijk (2) 1940 Far east service then U.S troopship, 1946 returned to HAL, 1954 renamed Sloterdyk, 1966 scrapped. 9,230
Soestdijk (1) 1901 1923 sold to H.M.Thompson, London renamed Callandia. 6,445
Soestdijk (2) 1948 New York - Java service, 1954 renamed Soestdyk, 1967 sold to Greece renamed Kavo Peiratis. 9,592
Sommelsdijk (1) 1907 ex- Rotterdam, 1909 purchased with Neptune S.N.Co renamed Sommelsdijk. 1910 caught fire at Rotterdam, sank, raised and scrapped. 6,316
Sommelsdijk (2) 1909 ex- Empire Transport, 1912 purchased from Houlder Bros renamed Sommelsdijk, 1934 sold to Italy renamed Atlantide. 6,291
Sommelsdijk (3) 1939 Far East service then US troopship, 1947 Atlantic service, 1954 renamed Sommelsdyk, 1965 scrapped. 9,227
Spaarndam (1) 1881 ex- Arabic, 1890 purchased from White Star Line renamed Spaarndam, 1901 scrapped Preston. 4,539
Spaarndam (2) 1922 1939 mined and sunk in Thames Estuary; loss of 5 lives. 8,857
Statendam (1) 1898 1911 sold to Allan Line, renamed Scotian. 10,491
Statendam (2)   never ran for Holland America Line but became White Star Line's Justicia.  
Statendam (3) 1929 1940 scrapped after set on fire to avoid capture at Rotterdam. 29,511
Statendam (4) 1957 1971 became cruise ship, 1982 sold Panama, renamed Rhapsody 24,294
Statendam (5) 1993 cruise liner, 1994 owned by Wind Surf Ltd, Nassau. 55,451
Statsdijk 1920 ex- Rocky Maru, 1920 purchased from Japan renamed Statsdijk, 1932 sold to Chandris Line, Piraeus renamed Evgenia Chandris. 6,774
Vechtdijk 1920 1933 sold to Niclaou, Greece renamed Virginia Nicolaou. 6,869
Veendam (1) 1871 ex- Baltic, 1888 purchased from White Star Line and renamed, 1898 sank in Atlantic after striking submerged wreckage, no lives lost. 4,036
Veendam (2) 1923 1953 scrapped Baltimore. 15,450
Veendam (3) 1958 ex- Argentina, 1972 purchased from Moore McCormack Line, renamed Veendam, 1973 became cruise ship, 1976 sold to Monarch Cruise Lines, renamed Monarch Star. 23,372
Veendam (4) 1997 cruise liner. 62,000
Veendijk 1914 1933 scrapped Holland. 6,874
Volendam (1) 1922 1952 scrapped Holland. 15,434
Volendam (2) 1957 ex- Brasil, 1972 purchased from Moore McCormack Line, renamed Volendam, 1972 became cruise ship, 1975 sold to Monarch Cruise Lines, renamed Monarch Sun. 23,395
Waaldijk 1904 ex- Gramsbergen, 1914 purchased from Furness Withy & Co,. renamed Waaldijk, 1929 sold to NV Rotterdamsche Vrachvaart Maats. 5,011
Warzawa 1911 ex- Madison, 1920 purchased from Old Dominion SS Co, New York renamed Warzawa, 1926 sold to Eastern SS Lines, New York renamed Madison. 4,321
Waterman   see Ryndam (2)  
W.A. Scholten 1874 1887 sunk in collision with SS Rosa Mary in English Channel; loss of 132 lives. 2,529
Werkendam 1881 ex- British King, 1890 purchased from British Shipowners Ltd., renamed Werkendam, 1900 sold to Chinese Eastern Railway, renamed Harbin. 3,657
Westerdam (1) 1946 1965 scrapped Alicante. 12,149
Westerdam (2) 1986 ex- Homeric, 1988 purchased from Home Lines renamed Westerdam, 1995 still in service. 42,092
Westerdijk 1913 1933 scrapped on the Clyde. 8,261
Westernland 1917 ex- Regina, Dominion Line, 1939 Purchased from Bernstein Red Star Line, 1942 Sold to British Admiralty as Repair Ship. 16,479
Yseldijk 1916 1926 sold to United Netherlands SS Co. renamed Yselkerk. 7,157
Zaandam (1) 1882 1897 sold Austro-Americana Line, renamed Styria. 3,063
Zaandam (2) 1939 1942 torpedoed and sunk off Brazil, 130 lives lost. 10,909
Zaandijk 1899 ex- Ohio, 1909 purchased with Neptune S.N.Co renamed Zaandijk, 1917 torpedoed and sunk off Scilly Isles. 4,189
Zaandijk (2) 1897 ex- Silesia Hamburg America Line, 1917 transfered to HAL as war reparations renamed Zaandijk, 1926 sold to Argentina renamed Harpon. 4,861
Zuiderdam 1940 was launched in 1941, but sunk as a blockship in 1944 before completion, scrapped 1948.
Zuiderdijk 1912 ex- Shahristan, 1912 purchased from Strick Line renamed Zuiderdijk, 1922 sold to Thomas Law, renamed Misty Law. 5,208
Zyldijk 1900 ex- Runo, 1909 purchased with Neptune S.N.Co renamed Zyldijk, 1928 sold to NV Stooms. Eenambt, Rotterdam renamed Hoflaan. 4,016

Managed Ships

Vessel
Built
Years in Service
Tons
Philips Wouwerman 1943 ex- Empire Courage, 1943 renamed Philips Wouwerman managed for Dutch Government, 1946 transferred to Netherland Line renamed Ceram. 7,089
Van der Capelle 1942 ex- Empire Ruskin, 1942 renamed Van der Capelle managed for Dutch Government, 1947 transferred to Royal Holland Lloyd renamed Delfland. 7,037

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