Amsterdam is a city with two faces which lie side-by-side, the classic and the modern. The city’s beautiful 17th century architecture is home to ultra-modern boutiques, cafes, bars and restaurants and galleries such as the Rijksmuseum or the Van Gogh Museum host masterpieces from the Dutch Golden Age while Madame Tussauds allows visitors to hit the red carpet and go celeb-spotting. If you’d rather spend your time relaxing, then simply chill out by the canal-side with a coffee or a beer and watch the city go by. Amsterdam travel guide
On a mini cruise to Amsterdam with us, your break starts as soon as you board. Our ships are comfortable, modern and well-equipped with a range of activities and facilities to keep you entertained as you sail. If you’re thirsty then you can grab a drink at one of our onboard bars, with a wide range of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails to choose from. You can even join in a wine, beer or whisky-tasting experience.
We also have an onboard cinema showing the latest Hollywood blockbusters, shops, and games room and also a Kidz’ Club for the little ones.
With 3 onboard restaurant to choose from, you can be sure to keep those hunger pangs at bay and enjoy a delicious meal as you sail. Our 7 Seas all-you-can-eat buffet is our most popular dining option, with over 80 dishes from all over the world to choose from, including vegetarian and children’s options. You can also dine à la carte at the Blue Riband restaurant with its recently-updated menu or go all-out and enjoy steaks served still-sizzling, cooked exactly how you like them.
En suite cabins
Get comfortable as you sail in your own, private and en suite cabin. Our standard Seaways cabins come with inside or sea view options, plus you can upgrade to our Premium Commodore or Commodore De Luxe cabins for an extra cost. Onboard facilities