Whenever we get an email from our old friend George Hall, we know it's going to be good. In this case, he reports on Holland America Line's Veendam to Bermuda.
George began cruising in 1984, and he and his wife, the lovely Linda, do a minimum two cruise a year. They often take three and this year will be sailing four times. They stopped counting when they reached 50 cruises and sail any and all lines. Generally the ship is their interest, not itinerary, but Bermuda is exception.
George enjoys a cigar now and then and shares his unique insight for those who smoke, as well as commenting on the entertainment, dining, and overall cruise experience.
For anyone driving to the New York piers to sail, George also has some important information on the current parking/embarkation situation.