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Glide through Amsterdam's canals in style and comfort aboard a luxury open-air boat with no windows or walls between you and the sights. Settle into comfy cushioned seats, and warm up with provided blankets and a drink from the cash bar if the weather is chilly. The cruise departs multiple times daily from the Anne Frank House, so it's easy to fit into most sightseeing itineraries.
Small-group canal cruise offers more room to relax and fewer crowds
Open-boat design offers an unobstructed view of Amsterdam's sights
Enjoy a peaceful and quiet ride thanks to 100% electric engines
Pass several landmarks like the Museum Quarter and the Red Light District
Short but sweet! recommend with a hot/sunny weather. The boat is very beautiful and quite comfortable. Onboar you can buy drinks at a bar price. The captain is young and funny but he also gives space for intimacy and quietness
Very nice little tour for good price. It's open air silent. The skippers are young, dynamic and professional. It is a pleasure to listen to them when they show and explain about architecture, people, laws and Amsterdam.... in several languages.
Grab your drink and enjoy the trip.
Thank you for this experience.
Captain Armando de Gregori
Thank you for your great review. So glad to hear you had such an amazing trip! We're glad you learned some new facts
about the city! We hope to see you again anytime soon!
Carlotta Lang- Operations Customer Care Flagship
Very pleasant and interesting canal tour. Information given was well presented. Perhaps consider some more detailed information about how and when the canals were constructed. Pick-up was in a central place and easy to locate. Smaller boat, with comfortable pillows made the 1 hour canal tour very enjoyable.
I live in Amsterdam for a few years now and during that time I've gone on canal tours with a few companies to accompany visiting friends, but this was hands down the most "gezellig" one. The one hour flies by with the drinks flowing on board and the captain and host giving you a brief history and fun facts about the houseboats and the unique Amsterdam architecture. The number of guests on board was not massive so it felt very cozy. The hostess and captain were exceptional in keeping the guests engaged but also making sure everyone had their own moments to take in the scenery (and if you're lucky like us, the gorgeous weather). I have been recommending this to anyone visiting Amsterdam since then. An absolute highlight.