The ms Eurodam operated by Holland America Line has earned a full 100 score by the U.S. Public Health inspections for the 12th consecutive time.
The Holland America cruise ship continues to break records and has now received a full 100 score for the twelfth time in a row for the United States Public Health Inspections (USPH). This continues the amazing trend the cruise line has when it comes to the inspections which are conducted by U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Orlando Ashford, president of Holland America Line, said:
“As the impressive streak continues and the commitment to earning that perfect 100 remains steadfast, the Eurodam team has proven their ability to maintain the highest standards with each inspection.”
“I’m proud to once again say congratulations to everyone, both shoreside and on board, who continues to put forth relentless hard work and dedication in this critically important area.”
The USPH inspections took place on September 16 when ms Eurodam was docked at its home port of Seattle, Washington. The ship then departed on a 7-day Alaskan cruise. The inspections are unannounced and occur twice a year for cruise ships sailing to U.S. ports.
Crew members will have to always make sure they follow the correct sanitation procedures which include a wide range of departments on the inspection checklist.
Over the past three years, Holland America Line ships have achieved a perfect 100 more than 20 times. In addition to Eurodam and Zaandam this year, ms Koningsdam and ms Oosterdam received perfect scores in March.