Norwegian Ambassador Visits Cruise Ship

Wednesday, June 15, 2005
Knut Vollebaek, Norwegian Ambassador to the United States, visited the ms Oosterdam in Seattle, Wash., recently with his wife, Ellen, as a guest of Stein Kruse, Holland America Line president and CEO. From left to right on the bridge of the Oosterdam: Stein Kruse, who was born in Oslo, Norway, his wife, Linda Kruse; Captain Jonathan Mercer, master of the Oosterdam; Ellen Vollebaek; and Knut Vollebaek. Vollebaek and his wife sailed to Alaska with Holland America Line.
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