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Noordam - March 30, 2025


Noordam - March 30, 2025

Noordam March 30, 2025 Cruise Itinerary Map
Noordam
Noordam
Yokohama (Tokyo), Japan
Yokohama, Japan
Kochi, Japan
Kochi, Japan
Kagoshima, Japan
Kagoshima, Japan

Noordam - March 30, 2025

28

nights

March 30, 2025

March 30 - 27, 2025

Noordam

Noordam

Holland America Line

28 Night Circle Japan Collector

28 Night Circle Japan Collector

from Yokohama, Japan

The March 30, 2025 cruise on the Noordam departs from Yokohama, Japan. On this 28 Night Circle Japan Collector sailing, the ship will visit a total of 23 different cruise port destinations, including its departure port. The Noordam sets sail on a Sunday (March 30, 2025) and returns on a Sunday (April 27, 2025).

Cruise Price by Cabin Type

The price of the March 30, 2025 cruise on the Noordam ranges from $4,239 for an inside cabin to $8,469 for a suite.

This is a 28 night cruise and price per night is noted below for each cabin type. An inside cabin will cost $151 per night, an ocean view cabin will cost $164 per night, a balcony cabin will cost $224 per night, and a suite will cost $302 per night.

inside

$4,239

$151 / night

ocean view

$4,619

$164 / night

balcony

$6,279

$224 / night

suite

$8,469

$302 / night

Itinerary

Noordam - March 30, 2025
DayDatePort
1
March 30, 2025
Sunday
Yokohama, Japan
2
March 31, 2025
Monday
At Sea
3
April 1, 2025
Tuesday
Kochi, Japan
4
April 2, 2025
Wednesday
Kagoshima, Japan
5
April 3, 2025
Thursday
Nagasaki, Japan
6
April 4, 2025
Friday
Busan, South Korea
7
April 5, 2025
Saturday
At Sea
8
April 6, 2025
Sunday
Kanazawa, Japan
9
April 7, 2025
Monday
NIIGATA, HONSHU, JAPAN
10
April 8, 2025
Tuesday
At Sea
11
April 9, 2025
Wednesday
Otaru, Japan
12
April 10, 2025
Thursday
Aomori, Japan
13
April 11, 2025
Friday
Hakodate, Japan
14
April 12, 2025
Saturday
At Sea
15
April 13, 2025
Sunday
Yokohama, Japan
16
April 14, 2025
Monday
Shimizu, Japan
17
April 15, 2025
Tuesday
Kobe, Japan
18
April 16, 2025
Wednesday
Kochi, Japan
19
April 17, 2025
Thursday
Hiroshima, Japan
20
March 30, 2025
Sunday
CRUISE KANMON STRAITS, JAPAN
21
April 19, 2025
Saturday
SOKCHO, SOUTH KOREA
22
April 20, 2025
Sunday
Sakaiminato, Japan
23
April 21, 2025
Monday
TSURUGA, FUKUI, JAPAN
24
April 22, 2025
Tuesday
Toyama, Japan
25
April 23, 2025
Wednesday
AKITA, JAPAN
26
April 24, 2025
Thursday
Hakodate, Japan
27
April 25, 2025
Friday
Miyako, Japan
28
April 26, 2025
Saturday
At Sea
29
April 27, 2025
Sunday
Yokohama, Japan
Noordam

Noordam

Holland America Line

The Noordam was built in 2006 and is amoung Holland America's 11 ships in it's fleet. The Noordam is included in the cruise line's Vista Class Class. In the cruise ship stats below you'll find the Noordam vs all other Holland America ships.

Day
1
Mar 30 2025
Day 1: At Sea

Yokohama

Japan
D: 4:00 pm

Japan's second largest city and one of its leading seaports, Yokohama belongs to the extensive urban-industrial belt around Tokyo called the Keihin Industrial Zone. The city has four universities; a variety of Christian churches, Shinto shrines, and temples; and numerous parks and gardens, notably Nogeyama Park, which was created after the earthquake of 1923. It is the site of Kanazawa Library, founded in 1275, which houses a large collection of historical documents.

Japan's second largest city and one of its leading seaports, Yokohama belongs to the extensive urban-industrial belt around Tokyo called the Keihin Industrial Zone. The city has four universities; a...

Day
2
Mar 31 2025
Day 2: At Sea

Sea Day

Take advantage of the many on board activites during your day at sea. You'll have more than enough to fill your day!

Day
3
Apr 1 2025
Day 3: At Sea

Kochi

Japan
A: 7:00 am   D: 3:00 pm
Day
4
Apr 2 2025
Day 4: At Sea

Kagoshima

Japan
A: 9:00 am   D: 6:00 pm

This large city is an excursion base from which to explore the wonders of Kyushu, Japan's third largest island. Mount Sakurajima, an active volcano, can be reached by ferry. To the north, Kirishima-Yaku National Park is a scenic area of smoking volcanoes, craters, and lakes. South of the city, Ibusuki, the island's most popular seaside resort, welcomes kimono-clad bathers to its sandy beaches and warm, underwater springs.

This large city is an excursion base from which to explore the wonders of Kyushu, Japan's third largest island. Mount Sakurajima, an active volcano, can be reached by ferry. To the north, Kirishima...

Day
5
Apr 3 2025
Day 5: At Sea

Nagasaki

Japan
A: 8:00 am   D: 6:00 pm

One of Japan's most historic cities, Nagasaki was a major port, trading with the Portuguese and Dutch in the 16th century. On a hill overlooking the bay, beautiful Glover Mansion, the setting of Madame Butterfly, is typical of the fine homes built by wealthy foreign residents. But a famous Chinese temple and numerous fine Korean and Chinese restaurants reveal Nagasaki's ancient ties with Korea and China.

One of Japan's most historic cities, Nagasaki was a major port, trading with the Portuguese and Dutch in the 16th century. On a hill overlooking the bay, beautiful Glover Mansion, the setting of...

Day
6
Apr 4 2025
Day 6: At Sea

Busan

South Korea
A: 8:00 am   D: 5:00 pm

Pusan is South Korea's second largest city and largest port, handling most of the nation's foreign trade. Lying at the head of the Naktong River basin, it has served as a main southern gateway to Korea from Japan. Historic landmarks include the Kyongbok Palace, built in 1394 by the first monarch of the Yi dynasty; the Changdok Palace, containing many valuable relics; and the Toksu Palace, which houses the National Museum and Art Gallery.

Pusan is South Korea's second largest city and largest port, handling most of the nation's foreign trade. Lying at the head of the Naktong River basin, it has served as a main southern gateway to...

Day
7
Apr 5 2025
Day 7: At Sea

Sea Day

Take advantage of the many on board activites during your day at sea. You'll have more than enough to fill your day!

Day
8
Apr 6 2025
Day 8: At Sea

Kanazawa

Japan
A: 8:00 am   D: 5:00 pm
Day
9
Apr 7 2025
Day 9: At Sea

NIIGATA

Japan
A: 8:00 am   D: 5:00 pm
Day
10
Apr 8 2025
Day 10: At Sea

Sea Day

Take advantage of the many on board activites during your day at sea. You'll have more than enough to fill your day!

Day
11
Apr 9 2025
Day 11: At Sea

Otaru

Japan
A: 8:00 am   D: 4:00 pm
Day
12
Apr 10 2025
Day 12: At Sea

Aomori

Japan
A: 8:00 am   D: 11:00 pm
Day
13
Apr 11 2025
Day 13: At Sea

Hakodate

Japan
A: 7:00 am   D: 6:00 pm

Opened to U.S. ships in 1854 and then in 1857 to general foreign trade, Hokodate was the chief port of Hokkaido until recently replaced by Sapporo. It is linked with Aomori on Honshu by the Seikan Tunnel. A commercial and industrial center, the city's main industries are fishing, shipbuilding, and food processing. Of interest is the Goryokaku, the fort where the Tokugawa shogun made his last stand.

Opened to U.S. ships in 1854 and then in 1857 to general foreign trade, Hokodate was the chief port of Hokkaido until recently replaced by Sapporo. It is linked with Aomori on Honshu by the Seikan...

Day
14
Apr 12 2025
Day 14: At Sea

Sea Day

Take advantage of the many on board activites during your day at sea. You'll have more than enough to fill your day!

Day
15
Apr 13 2025
Day 15: At Sea

Yokohama

Japan
A: 7:00 am   D: 4:00 pm

Japan's second largest city and one of its leading seaports, Yokohama belongs to the extensive urban-industrial belt around Tokyo called the Keihin Industrial Zone. The city has four universities; a variety of Christian churches, Shinto shrines, and temples; and numerous parks and gardens, notably Nogeyama Park, which was created after the earthquake of 1923. It is the site of Kanazawa Library, founded in 1275, which houses a large collection of historical documents.

Japan's second largest city and one of its leading seaports, Yokohama belongs to the extensive urban-industrial belt around Tokyo called the Keihin Industrial Zone. The city has four universities; a...

Day
16
Apr 14 2025
Day 16: At Sea

Shimizu

Japan
A: 8:00 am   D: 2:00 pm

Shimizu city, a port and fishing center located in Shizuoka Prefecture, exports tea, oranges, and canned food. Shimizu also produces motorcycles, ships, and musical instruments and is home to petroleum and aluminum refineries. Nearby is Miho-no-matsubara, a breakwater famed for its beauty. Located between Tokyo and Osaka, Shimizu is conveniently located for touring central Honshu.

Shimizu city, a port and fishing center located in Shizuoka Prefecture, exports tea, oranges, and canned food. Shimizu also produces motorcycles, ships, and musical instruments and is home to...

Day
17
Apr 15 2025
Day 17: At Sea

Kobe

Japan
A: 9:00 am   D: 6:00 pm

Famous for its succulent Kobe beef and cosmopolitan flair, this booming port town sits between the Rokko Mountains and Osaka Bay. Home to many foreigners, this commercial center is the most international in western Japan, containing a remarkable architectural mix of Swiss chalets, Muslim mosques, and Russian Orthodox churches, tucked between traditional Japanese buildings.

Famous for its succulent Kobe beef and cosmopolitan flair, this booming port town sits between the Rokko Mountains and Osaka Bay. Home to many foreigners, this commercial center is the most...

Day
18
Apr 16 2025
Day 18: At Sea

Kochi

Japan
A: 8:00 am   D: 5:00 pm
Day
19
Apr 17 2025
Day 19: At Sea

Hiroshima

Japan
A: 12:00 pm   D: 8:00 pm

Set on a bay on the Inland Sea, Hiroshima was the infamous site of the first atomic bomb explosion of August, 1945. But perhaps the best reason to visit Hiroshima is the enchanting island of Miyajima with its famous Itsukushima Shinto shrine, considered one of Japan's three most beautiful sights. Its famous torii stands just offshore--a tall, vermilion-colored symbol of Japan that appears to float during high tide.

Set on a bay on the Inland Sea, Hiroshima was the infamous site of the first atomic bomb explosion of August, 1945. But perhaps the best reason to visit Hiroshima is the enchanting island of Miyajima...

Day
20
TBD
Day 20: At Sea

CRUISE KANMON STRAITS

Japan
A: TBD   D: TBD
Day
21
Apr 19 2025
Day 21: At Sea

SOKCHO

South Korea
A: 7:00 am   D: 3:00 pm
Day
22
Apr 20 2025
Day 22: At Sea

Sakaiminato

Japan
A: 10:00 am   D: 6:00 pm
Day
23
Apr 21 2025
Day 23: At Sea

TSURUGA

Japan
A: 8:00 am   D: 5:00 pm
Day
24
Apr 22 2025
Day 24: At Sea

Toyama

Japan
A: 8:00 am   D: 5:00 pm
Day
25
Apr 23 2025
Day 25: At Sea

AKITA

Japan
A: 8:00 am   D: 5:00 pm
Day
26
Apr 24 2025
Day 26: At Sea

Hakodate

Japan
A: 8:00 am   D: 5:00 pm

Opened to U.S. ships in 1854 and then in 1857 to general foreign trade, Hokodate was the chief port of Hokkaido until recently replaced by Sapporo. It is linked with Aomori on Honshu by the Seikan Tunnel. A commercial and industrial center, the city's main industries are fishing, shipbuilding, and food processing. Of interest is the Goryokaku, the fort where the Tokugawa shogun made his last stand.

Opened to U.S. ships in 1854 and then in 1857 to general foreign trade, Hokodate was the chief port of Hokkaido until recently replaced by Sapporo. It is linked with Aomori on Honshu by the Seikan...

Day
27
Apr 25 2025
Day 27: At Sea

Miyako

A: 8:00 am   D: 5:00 pm
Day
28
Apr 26 2025
Day 28: At Sea

Sea Day

Take advantage of the many on board activites during your day at sea. You'll have more than enough to fill your day!

Day
29
Apr 27 2025
Day 29: At Sea

Yokohama

Japan
A: 7:00 am

Japan's second largest city and one of its leading seaports, Yokohama belongs to the extensive urban-industrial belt around Tokyo called the Keihin Industrial Zone. The city has four universities; a variety of Christian churches, Shinto shrines, and temples; and numerous parks and gardens, notably Nogeyama Park, which was created after the earthquake of 1923. It is the site of Kanazawa Library, founded in 1275, which houses a large collection of historical documents.

Japan's second largest city and one of its leading seaports, Yokohama belongs to the extensive urban-industrial belt around Tokyo called the Keihin Industrial Zone. The city has four universities; a...

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