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Amsterdam: Smoke & Lounge 70-Minute Boat Tour

1. Amsterdam: Smoke & Lounge 70-Minute Boat Tour

Enjoy a 70-minute cruise on one of the most relaxing lounge boats in Amsterdam. Start out in the heart of the Red Light District, one of the most popular locations in the city, and sail through the central area, the Herengracht and Prinsengracht canals, the Seven Bridges, the river Amstel, the Skinny Bridge, and the Dancing Houses before returning to where you started. The boat can accommodate up to 24 people. Whatever the weather, the boat is set up so passengers will have an enjoyable time. All windows can be opened, ensuring full visibility of Amsterdam’s iconic landmarks and monuments. Sip on your favorite drink (2 free drinks are included) and you can even bring your own music on a USB stick or on your phone to add to the party atmosphere. Feel at home with no parental controls, rules, or any form of stress on a 420-friendly boat tour. A hookah/shisha is also available onboard to smoke at an additional cost.

Amsterdam: Smoke-Friendly Sightseeing Cruise with Drinks

2. Amsterdam: Smoke-Friendly Sightseeing Cruise with Drinks

Sit back and relax on a smoke-friendly canal cruise through the heart of Amsterdam aboard a sightseeing cruise. Gain facinating insights into the attractions that you pass and enjoy alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks as you sail through the canals. Hop on board and get cozy for a romantic cruise down the canal. Feel free to bring your own food and smokes to enjoy on board. First, travel through the Redlight District that surrounds the Old Church. Take in views of the waterfront and the Eastern Dock. Follow the Old City Wall onto the Amstel River and see the Bridge of Monet which was made famous by the artist's painting of this spot. Smile at the wacky Deconstructivism of the Dancing Houses and snap a picture of the Blue Bridge. Enter the Canal Belt from the Herengracht along the Mayor's House and take the Golden Bend to the Seven Bridges. Take the Reguliersgracht canal to cross the Keizersgracht canal onto the Prinsengracht canal. Spot many houseboats including the oldest houseboat in Amsterdam and take in the fantastic designs of some of the typical hippie houseboats from the ’60s and ’70s. Return to the Amstel river and see the Skinny Bridge, the oldest and most picturesque bridge in Amsterdam. Along the Hermitage and the Stopera, get up-close views of the “View on the Groenburgwal” painted by Monet in 1884 before returning to Redlight District again.

Amsterdam: Red Light Secrets Museum and 1-Hour Canal Cruise

3. Amsterdam: Red Light Secrets Museum and 1-Hour Canal Cruise

Learn the story of the sex industry at the world's only museum of prostitution in Amsterdam's Red Light District. Explore the oldest profession in the world and examine an industry that remains hidden for many with an entrance ticket to the Red Light Secrets Museum. Experience what it feels like to sit behind a window and listen to the secrets of the ladies. Cruise through the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the canal district and feast your eyes on the elegant gables of the merchant houses of the Golden Age. Pass historic churches and the Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge) as you listen to an informative audio commentary, available in several languages.

Amsterdam: 1.5-Hour all inclusive Family Friendly Cruise

4. Amsterdam: 1.5-Hour all inclusive Family Friendly Cruise

We are going to start the cruise on the outher ring of the old city of Amsterdam, right in front of the largest museum of Amsterdam (Rijksmuseum) We will be welcoming you on a personal level. (we always call you if you are late), and there is a large luxurious set-up with snacks, sweets, cookies and drinks including beer, wines and sodas. When the group (max 20) is settled, we will start the cruise. And the very knowladgeble guide will tell you about the amazing parts of the city. We will be on the water for 90 minutes, which is a nice time to really get introduced to the city. All the guides have been selected and trained to be able to tell you about history and facts. And that they will in a funny and wity way. They are amazing with children and are able to set an incredible atmosphere. Nothing is impossible. And please ket them advice you of tips and tricks of what to do during your stay in Amsterdam.

Amsterdam: Draft Your Own Beer Cruise

5. Amsterdam: Draft Your Own Beer Cruise

At Amsterdam's Central Station, climb aboard The Starboard, one of the newest boats in Amsterdam. Onboard, meet your professional skipper and enjoy a Heineken beer tap, complimentary WiFi, warm blankets and heated pillows for your comfort as well as a bathroom. The boat is covered in case of rain. The Draft-Your-Own-Beer is a private cruise for you and your friends, where you can relax with drinks, amazing views, and comfortable seating. The Starboard sails along the main canals of the Amstel river. See some of Amsterdam's iconic bridges and archways on this fun-filled booze cruise.

Amsterdam: Canal Plastic Fishing Cruise with Breakfast

6. Amsterdam: Canal Plastic Fishing Cruise with Breakfast

Amsterdam is a city famous thanks to its amazing canals. Unfortunately, some of the locals and tourists that visit the city (over 18 million a year) leave behind a ridiculous amount of trash - most of it is plastic. Throughout this opportunity, fish the plastic that falls overnight out of the water, endangering the beautiful ducks, birds, and swans which live on the canals. The cruise will start on the Amstel River, from where it travels straight to the Red Light District home to the most trash in town. A local guide shows you how to fish the plastic out of the water with a net, guarded by gloves. All that on an amazing, covered, and 100%-electric boat. All the plastic that you collect will be sent to a local artist who produces plastic lamps, trash bins, and souvenirs. Throughout your cruise, complimentary coffee, tea, soft drinks, croissants, pastries, and fresh orange juice will be served.

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What people are saying about Amsterdam Red Light District

Great activity to do in Amsterdam. I booked with 8 other people for my boyfriend birthday and was great! We arrived they didn’t rush us, was a very chill environment greeted us with a cold beer, let us smoke as much as we want and play our own music. The host was very friendly and nice, sorry can’t remember her name and the captain was a nice chill guy and played nice tunes. Thanks!

Cant recommended this enough! Wow! It was such an elegant and peaceful boat tour with great history on hotspots through the city on the canal! Fun music with great host Sophie and lovely captain too! Good amount of time on the water and even got to see the university! Perfect for stoners and non smokers!

We did the canal tour with Capitan Jack and it was really good. He was always lively and gave us a lot of information about the history of the canals and Amsterdam there. 5 stars.

Really good time! Tour guide Carlos was very friendly and knowledgeable. Worth it!

Great crowd, lovely company full of people our age (20-30)