Mini cruise, maximum fun
Our mini cruise is our most popular break and a great way for you to take your stag or hen party to Amsterdam. You’ll get 2 nights onboard our cruise ferry, where’s there’s plenty of ways to have fun, and up to 5 hours in Amsterdam.
If you would like to stay in Amsterdam for longer, then our hotel break
option is perfect for you. Choose from one of our specially-selected Amsterdam hotels (ranging from 2 to 5 stars) and choose your own return date on one of our daily departures. We also have the new cruise & stay break
, allowing you to book your own accommodation and stay as long as you like for total flexibility.
Celebrate in style
With a DFDS Seaways cruise to Amsterdam, there’s no need to pack yourself into cramped seats on a coach, train or a budget flight as you celebrate your stag or hen weekend. Stretch your legs and enjoy all of the facilities onboard our modern cruise ferry. Get your group together and hit one of the 4 bars for drinks and live entertainment! There’s also a cinema, games room and a casino, plus outdoor deck areas with sky bar.
Our 7 Seas all-you-can-eat buffest restaurant is perfect for groups. Book in advance to save yourself a space and you can get 25% off the cost of your meal. With over 80 dishes from all corners of the globe to choose from, you’re guaranteed to find something your hen or stag party can enjoy. We also have a Steakhouse, cafe and à la carte restaurant onboard. View our onboard facilities
Amsterdam is the perfect city for a hen or stag trip, with excellent shopping, attractions and of course plenty of excellent bars and pubs. Take your group to the Heineken Brewery for an in-depth look at the craft and science behind one of Holland’s most famous exports, go celeb-spotting at Madame Tussauds or head to the Van Gogh museum and see paintings by the Dutch Masters. If you decide to stay overnight, then you can fully immerse yourself in the vibrant and varied nightlife of the Dutch capital, which ranks among the best in Europe, if not the world. Amsterdam Travel Guide