Climb aboard a 100-year-old traditional Dutch canal boat in front of the Rijksmuseum, grab a complimentary coffee, and prepare to see Amsterdam's best historic sights from the water! You'll experience the 17th century culture and learn about the life of Rembrandt as your knowledgeable skipper, mostly art historians guides you on a uniquely intimate tour of Amsterdam.
Built in 1915, your typical saloon boat holds 12 passengers, which is much more maneuverable than the big tourist boats, meaning you can cruise down the smaller canals. Unlike other Amsterdam cruises, you'll be riding in style on a boat only available for private tours.
We will cruise along the Spiegelgracht, the Prinsengracht, the Amstel river, the skinny bridge, the Amstelsluizen, the Herengracht, the Bartolloti house, the Jordaan, the Westerkerk and returning to the Rijksmuseum.