Want to visit Sail 2020? View the Tall Ships from the water? Enjoy a nice lunch on board? Then come and sail with one of our luxury saloon boats.
Sail Amsterdam is celebrating a special anniversary. This nautical event took place for the first time when the city of Amsterdam celebrated its 700th anniversary in 1975. In 2020 we will experience the tenth Sail Amsterdam. It will undoubtedly be even more breath-taking and spectacular than the last time.
Enthusiasts can once again indulge themselves and view the many Windjammers, Clippers and other traditional sailing ships that have come to our capital from all corners of the world. Rederij Belle offers you the possibility to do this up close.
Our saloon boats make several lunch trips every day during Sail 2020. We sail past the moored ships whilst you taste the atmosphere of Sail Amsterdam and enjoy the delicious lunch snacks that our caterer has prepared for you. It’s a winning combination. Who can refuse?
You and your party will be received at Museum ‘t Kromhout in Amsterdam with coffee or tea. This historic museum shipyard is the perfect nautical begin for your boat trip
Once your party is complete, you embark on one of the saloon boats. The boat is cast off and we set sail for the ‘IJ haven’ and Sail Amsterdam via the Nieuwe Herengracht and the Oosterdok. Your cruise will take you past the Tall Ships and other sailing ships. Throughout the entire trip our hostesses provide drinks and snacks and make sure that you lack for nothing. A luxury lunch buffet with hot and cold dishes will be served.
End of the programme and we moor once more at the Kromhout shipyard.
Package price per person € 179.00. This price includes catering, drinks and payment to the Sail foundation, excluding VAT.
For this Sail 2020 arrangement you can only book the full occupancy. They have the following capacity when full:
Salon boat ‘Emma’ 18 personen
Salon boat ‘Belle van Zuylen’ 26 personen
Salon boat ‘Adeline’ 55 personen
Salon boat ‘Dame van Amstel’ 56 personen
*Price subject to changes by the Sail foundation.