Saloon boat Amsterdam
A saloon boat has a classical appearance, the closable space with big windows offers an amazing view, privacy and protection against unexpected bad weather. This makes the saloon boat a perfect boat for family dinners, dinner cruises and business meetings. Read more on this page about our saloon boat Amsterdam offer.
Saloon boat Valerie
Highlights Saloon boat Valerie
The Valerie is truly a royal saloon boat, it was built in 1930 at a famous shipyard in Amsterdam. Queen Wilhelmina has been seen regularly with the Valerie sailing across the Amstel.
This beautiful saloon boat is suitable for groups up to 19 people who want to enjoy luxury in Amsterdam. Thanks to the large skylight and the large windows you can enjoy natural light and perfect views all around the saloon boat, without being affected by the weather.
In the summer, the windows can be removed and saloon boat Valerie is completely open!
Saloon boat Marjet
Highlights Saloon boat Marjet
Saloon boat Marjet was built in 1929 by the firm Haak. The interior is Art Deco / Amsterdam school style, where much is made of oak. Due to the warm appearance of the old woodwork, together with the granite countertops and the stained glass, there is a serene nostalgic atmosphere in Marjet’s saloon.
In the summer, the windows can be removed and saloon boat Marjet is completely open!
Saloon boat Monne de Miranda
Highlights Saloon boat Monne de Miranda
The Monne de Miranda is a feast for the eyes. Groups of up to 50 people can enjoy a drink, lunch or an exclusive dinner on the canals of Amsterdam. The kitchen on board is unique and offers the opportunity for live cooking. In addition to regular (business) cruises, the classic saloon boat is also extremely suitable for weddings, funerals and other special occasions. Space, luxury and comfort are the characteristics that best describe the unique character of the Monne de Miranda. We are happy to offer you the opportunity to view the ship in advance and to discuss your wishes.
Saloon boat Jean Schmitz
Highlights Saloon Jean Schmitz
The Jean Schmitz is a very attractive classic saloon boat with various authentic elements. The cozy bar is central, creating two cozy spaces. This makes the luxury saloon boat extremely suitable for a standing reception and then sitting at the table. Copper and marble combined with wood and velvet create a classic nautical atmosphere. In good weather, the sides can be largely opened. The luxurious round seat in the back is also ideal for enjoying the culinary options and the Amsterdam canals in style.