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Price from € 18.00 per person
Semi open boat cruise in Amsterdam
The semi-open boat cruise offers a first-rate cruising experience for all types of weather. When the sun is out, the open roof lets you enjoy the rays. When it rains the roof can be closed, and you’ll stay comfortably warm and dry. The boats run on solar energy and are completely silent. Ensuring an environmentally friendly cruise along the historic Amsterdam Canals.
Explore the canals with one of the best canal cruises in Amsterdam. The canals are part of the UNESCO World Heritage list. Making them a must-see on your visit to the Dutch capital. Because of the smaller size of the semi-open boat, it is possible to explore the narrow inner canals, such as the ones in the Red Light District. It gives you a different Amsterdam canal cruise experience than on the bigger cruises. During the journey, you’ll pass famous sites such as the Western Church, NEMO science museum, and the Anne Frank House. But also the many bridges and canal houses are a sight to behold. So don’t forget your camera! Take a journey through the narrowest and oldest waterways of Amsterdam during this amazing Amsterdam boat tour.
Several departure times during the day between 10.30am and 19.30am (frequency 30 minutes)
You can mention the wished departure time at the moment of booking or book an open ticket.
20 min. before departure at the pier next to restaurant Loetje, across from Amsterdam Central Station
pier next to restaurant Loetje, across from Amsterdam Central Station
Things to bring
- GPS Audio guide in several languages available
- Electric and silent boats
- Zero emission
- Covered boats on rainy days
- Cancellations more than a week in advance only administration costs of 15%
- Cancellation between a week and 48 hours prior to departure date: 50% of the total amount
- Cancellation less than 48 hours prior to departure date : 100% of the total amount
- No show: no restitution
Duration: 1 hour
Summer season (March 23 - October 30): Daily from 11.00 - 19.30 h.