1900 – 1947 / Also known as Stockholm (I), Solglimt and Sonderburg / Launched as the Holland-America Line’s largest ship thus far, the Potsdam would see a long career of nearly 50 years. She inaugurated the Swedish American Line as the first Stockholm, and was later converted into a whale factory ship.
1952 – 2000 / Also known as Stefan Batory and Stefan / As part of the new tonnage that was added to the Dutch merchant fleet after World War II, the fourth Maasdam brought many innovations with her design. She would go on to enjoy a career of almost half a century, before being sold to Turkish shipbreakers.
1957 – 2004 / Also known as Rhapsody and Regent Star / One of the larger and faster additions to the Holland-America Line’s fleet in the post-war years, the fourth Statendam remained with the company into the eighties. Her career continued with other companies, and she managed to survive into the 21st century before finally being sold for scrap.