Haarlem the hidden gem
Haarlem is one of Holland’s best-kept secrets, with bars, shops, restaurants and cafes in abundance. The cobbled, canal-lined streets and 17th century architecture are reminiscent of a smaller Amsterdam, but with a charm all their own. Chill out and enjoy a coffee or a beer somewhere local before heading back to the ship to start your return journey.
Travelling with kids?
If you’re taking the little ones on a break with you this year then you’ll be glad to hear that October is Children’s Month in Haarlem and almost every venue in the local area will have some kind of special event on in celebration. More information on Haarlem events. Haarlem travel guide
With so much to do onboard, your journey on the ferry is as much a part of your break as the time spent in your destination. Catch a movie at the onboard cinema, enjoy a beer, wine or cocktail on one of the bars, or try your luck in the casino. We also have shops stocking a variety of items, from fashion and fragrance to confectionery and tobacco. End your night in the Columbus club for live music from our resident band and troubadour before heading to your cabin to settle down for the night.
With 3 onboard restaurants to choose from, you’re sure to find something you’ll love as you sail across the North Sea. Sit down to an à la carte meal at the Blue Riband restaurant with its recently-updated menu or chow down on juicy steaks cooked to perfection at the Explorer’s Steakhouse. We also have the popular 7 Seas all-you-can-eat buffet, with over 80 dishes from all corners of the globe, as well as vegetarian and children’s options. Start your day in Haarlem in the right way with our extensive hot and cold breakfast buffet on the morning of arrival.
En suite cabins
Get comfortable in your own private cabin with en suite facilities as you cross the North Sea overnight. Our standard seaways cabins come with inside and sea view options, but you can also upgrade to our Premium Commodore and Commodore De Luxe cabins for an extra cost for a more luxurious crossing. Onboard facilities