Amsterdam is lovely at nighttime which is why we offer you this lovely cruise. Experience Amsterdam with this amazing boat cruise while the sun sets.
Duration: 1 hour
Departure Location: Anne Frank House (Prinsengracht 263)
Times: 11 a.m., and from here on every 15 minutes a boat departs until 7 p.m.
Bar: Bar on board with a wide arrangement of drinks
Smoking: It is prohibited to smoke on all of our boats
Winter: From November 1st till Februari 28th the €15,- shared cruise will have a winterstop.
November: In November we have the winter edition. Cruising the canals for 1,5 hours in an authentic closed boat for € 25,-
Luxury Winter Tour
EXPLORE AMSTERDAM BY CANAL
We have small open boats so you can enjoy that full experience with views of Amsterdam’s most famous monuments and memorials. We have a convenient and easy to find departure location, from the Anne Frank House (Prinsengracht 263), and our luxury Amsterdam canal cruise is a great alternative to those old-school tourist canal boats that your grandma probably recommended!
In about onehour, we cruise through the unique Unesco Heritage listed Golden Age canals of Amsterdam. We cruise into the Jordaan, a neighbourhood known for its famous Prinsengracht towards the most romantic Magere Brug (English: Skinny Bridge – we will work on your Dutch pronunciation later), the Amstel river, the 7 bridges, the impressive Golden Bend, and then past the nine streets back to the Anne Frank House. This sightseeing cruise down Amsterdam’s canals is sure to be the highlight of your visit, and we didn’t even talk about the on-board bar yet!
- On the way, we share locals-only info and tell you all about our favorite bars, restaurants, and other hidden gems in Amsterdam!
- Our skippers and great hostesses know all about Amsterdam, and no question will be unanswered.
- We tell you the great stories about old the Dutch sailboats that roamed the seas and the famous Dutch sea heroes and local residents like Rembrandt van Rijn.
- We talk about conquered lands and how the Dutch were ruling the seas in the 16th and 17th century (the Golden Age) but also the current tolerance of the Amsterdam people.