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About Holland America Line

At Holland America, we create once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Join us and let's create a unique career experience together!

With over 140 years of experience, Holland America Line is recognized as the undisputed leader in the cruise industry’s premium segment. Holland America Line’s fleet of 15 ships offers nearly 500 cruises to 320 ports
 – more... of call in more than 100 countries, territories or dependencies. Two- to 114-day itineraries visit all seven continents, including Antarctica, South America, Australia/New Zealand and Asia voyages; a Grand World Voyage; and popular sailings to ports in the Caribbean, Alaska, Mexico, Canada/New England, Europe and Panama Canal.

Holland America’s Shoreside Campus is located in the beautiful city of Seattle, on the Elliott Bay waterfront just a short distance from downtown. Our Corporate Team consists of approximately 1,200 professionals who support over 14,000 employees working aboard our ships.

We are actively recruiting skilled professionals who want to join our vibrant team! We have a variety of exciting perks such as Time off benefits - paid vacation & sick time, Travel - travel & cruise perks, Health -medical, dental & vision plans, Wellness programs, Tuition Reimbursement, 401K and Profit Sharing Plans, Flexible Scheduling, Training - our in-house HAL University offers a full array of training courses, Rewards & Incentives such as commuting subsidies.

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Holland America Line Employer Reviews

Lido Service Kitchen Assistant (Former Employee), rotterdam, netherlandJuly 27, 2013
"The hardest part of the job is to work 11hours a day, 7 days a week for 10 months and only one time free lunch (3hours/day)." - 1 similar reviews
Party Planner/ CAC Host (Current Employee), The WorldMay 17, 2014
"Most people congreagate and the crew bar although it is segregated between regular crew and "officers" You work very hard and long hours at times and expected to constantly look happy even if you don't feel this way, and sometimes it gets to you but then you take a walk off the ship and you're in Tahiti, or walking the Great Wall of China, running for the ship in Israel, or skydivving in Hawaii." - 3 similar reviews
Ship's Engineer (Former Employee), Worldwide-at sea.July 14, 2014
CREATIVE HOSTESS (Former Employee), Rotterdam, NYJune 23, 2014
Dining Room Waiter (Former Employee), Seattle, WAJune 13, 2014

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