Cruise Ship - PTA, Amsterdam

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Piet Heinkade 27 - 1019 BR Amsterdam +31-20-5091000

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    River cruise terminal - Amsterdam
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    Per Cruise Line

    by pieter_jan_v Updated Aug 17, 2013

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    Amsterdam has build a new Passenger Terminal, just East of the Central Station. So, if you visit Amsterdam by Cruise Liner you are in the heart of the city.

    Calendar with visiting cruise ships

    General website of the Amsterdam Port Authority

    Map of the Amsterdam harbour

    Closer to the Central station is the pier for the Viking River Cruise ship.

    Passenger terminal with the Prinsendam cruiseliner Amsterdam Passenger Terminal Viking River cruise pier Thomson Celebration at the PTA River cruise terminal - Amsterdam
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    Sailing to Rotterdam, Antwerp and Brussels

    by pieter_jan_v Updated Mar 24, 2013

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    Stelios Haji-Ioannou - the owner of Easyjet - in 2006 took the initiative to start a cheap river cruiseline to Rotterdam, Antwerp and Brussels. The river boat easyCruiseTwo was specially build for this purpose. The ship sailed from Amsterdam to Rotterdam, Antwerp & Brussels and back until August 2007 when the Boonstra shipping company -the owner of the ship- went bankrupt.

    The second ship easyCruiseOne was in use untill February 2008 and which time easyCruise stopped all of her activities.

    Former easyCruiseTwo More river cruise
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    Easycruisetwo to Amsterdam

    by jhwt Updated Aug 30, 2006

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    EasyCruisetwo: River Cruise from Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Antwerp to Brussels with Stelios. From around £9 per cabin per night you can cruise from and into Amsterdam on a river boat. We enjoyed our short cruise down to Brussels. The Boat was moored near centraal station in Amsterdam and departs around 3 a.m. to arrive in another city by 1p.m. next day. More review information, the good bad and ugly is posted at

    There are other companies doing the same thing and you do not have to travel by Easycruise! Ask for a cabin away from any engines or propellors etc. Jerry & Miki

    arriving into cities by river boat is gr8t world cafe on easycruisetwo it can be a bit windy on easycruise2 there's a small fitness room and gsm internet at a price
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    travel in style

    by tompt Written Jul 3, 2004

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    Rent your own boat to go through the canals. It is better to do this with a group because you have to pay for the entire boat, no matter how many people.
    You can choose your own start and end points (providing there is a landingplace the boat can stop), and your own route. You rent this boat, with captain, for a certain time.

    * Panta Rhei € 170.00 an hour (up to 15 persons)
    * Riverside € 212.00 an hour (up to 38 persons)

    Minimum 1½ hour
    Tourist tax: 50 cent p.p.

    We experienced a trip on a sunny sunday afternoon and we liked it.

    The riverside picks up near the Jordaan

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    One good way to get downtown...

    by Vanislander Written Aug 25, 2002

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    One good way to get downtown if you are staying out of town like me is Hydrfoil. This Boat has Skis on the bootom front of the boat enabling it to move quite quickly(we were going close to the same speed as a bus on the road beside us) It is very difficult to get a parking spot downtown so if you dont take the train this was worth the approx 15 guilders return.

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    Ferry aboard.

    by wandabendik Written Aug 19, 2007

    Travel from Harwich to Hook of Holand return costs £239.00 for car + 2 passengers.
    Sail out 10.40am arrive 15.20pm. with stena line.

    stena line ferry. Ferry port. Poseidon (Neptune).god of the seas.

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