Enter a world of beauty by the sea in Friesland-Amsterdam
The water is a way of life in Holland, a nation born of the sea and the rivers that flow across its pastoral flat lands. On an Amsterdam canal, you will cruise leisurely past turning windmills, fields of colourful tulips, quaint villages, cosmopolitan cities and it will usher you into a realm unique in boating. It’s a place to explore at your own pace, inviting you to ease into an unhurried journey like no other.
- City break in Amsterdam
- Fishing, cycling & watersports
- Festivals & events
- Relaxed pavement café atmosphere
Reviews for Holland cruises
this was our 3rd cruise with le Boat, and we love the freedom of cruising on our own time and experience the place, food and people of place that we might not have visit if taking a conventional trip.
Great experience - already planning next rip for 2019
Good overall, boat yard on arrival was poor. We booked in for early arrival and our boat wasn't ready until gone 1 pm. So we had to hang around in the cold.
Excellent scenery and weather
Our boat travels with Le Boat have always been great! The people, places and experiences in Holland were memorable. Our Royal Mystique "45" was clean, well equipped and everything in it worked very well throughout the journey. On this last trip however, our boat was well dented, banged up and with out a bimini top from a previous renter's accident. I am certain that there was little that the staff could do in this situation, but when a client selects a deluxe boat he/she expects a quality boat in and out. Besides this minor complaint, as always, we are looking forward to our next Le Boat holiday very soon. Thanks Jose Ramos
Excellent and friendly service. Convenient locations and itineraries.
Comment fromThe Le Boat Team
Hi Jose, thank you for taking the time to leave your feedback. We are sorry to read that you experienced some problems on this trip. We will look into this and hope to welcome you back onboard next year!
Most memorable--watching the traditional wooden fishing boats parade into Spakenburg in the late afternoon. We enjoyed the area around Weesp and Muiden--so beautiful and picturesque.
We covered 400 km, north to Kampen, then south to Weesp. We also stopped in Elburg, Harderwijk, Spakenburg, and had lunch in Zeewolde on the last day. Unfortunately, nothing much was open in Elburg and Kampen on a Sunday, so that was disappointing. Weesp and Spakenburg were wonderful. It was easy to go into Amsterdam from Weesp.
Die Vecht und Utrecht mit den vielen Brücken und Lokalen.
Fahrt auf der Vecht