Would you like to rent a boat in Amsterdam? Look no further!Click&Boat offers a wide range of boats ideal for exploring the city from one of the best vantage points: its famous canals.
Rent a "sloop", or chalupa, a typical Dutch boat, a houseboat, or a classic motorboat, and let yourself be carried along by the current, discovering every hidden corner of the city.
Did you know that you can contact the boat owners directly? That's right, Click&Boat offers you a free messaging system, with which you can make deals directly with the owner and define every detail of your rental.
When it comes to renting a boat in Amsterdam, there are a few factors that may influence the final price of the charter. Such as the age and model of the boat as well as the season and the duration of the rental. So be sure to take these factors into consideration when searching for the perfect boat.
However, most boat rentals in Amsterdam are hourly rentals. So depending on your wishes, you can rent a boat for 2 hours, half a day or a full day.
Contact one of the boat owners directly via the platform and ask him or her everything about the boat rental, the city and its surroundings. Discuss your wishes and budget and book the perfect boat for your boat trip!
Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, with its picturesque canal network, rich history and vibrant cultural background is one of the world's most unique cities. The sights in Amsterdam are endless and with more than 150 kilometres of canals, Amsterdam is the ideal city for a day on the water! Next to the many canals Amsterdam is situated on the IJmeer which is connected to the Markermeer. With over 1500 bridges, Amsterdam has four times as many bridges as Venice!
All the boats listed on our platform are spread throughout the city. There is no specific harbour where you can pick up your boat. Because of the many different canals the boats can be found at different locations.
When you rent a boat in Amsterdam via Click&Boat you can agree on the location prior to departure. You can also rent a boat with or without a captain. With a captain, you can also (of course in discussion) agree on a starting location where they can pick you up. This could be on the IJ, on the canals or on the Amstel. You could also take a look just outside Amsterdam, for example you can rent a boat in Aalsmeer, Huizen or Vinkeveen.
There are countless possibilities when it comes to sightseeing in Amsterdam. Depending on the length of your rental period. If you would like to get the most out of your boat trip, we recommend renting a boat with a skipper. He or she can show you the most beautiful places of Amsterdam. If you would like to enjoy an independent cruise in a boat with friends or family, it is best to rent a sloop so that you are completely free to do what you want. From a nice drink with snacks and drinks to following one of the fantastic sailing routes in Amsterdam:
Would you like more information? Read our articles about the most beautiful sailing routes in Amsterdam.
A real must is to rent a sloop in Amsterdam! The city's water network is like a spider's web. This gives you the opportunity to visit all corners of Amsterdam. Amsterdam's canals are a UNESCO world heritage site and both day and night the canals are beautiful. With a sloop you can easily manoeuvre through the narrow canals and many bridges. Of course you could also take a canal cruise on a canal boat.
From your sloop or houseboat, you have a breathtaking view over the monumental buildings situated along the canals. A canal cruise gives you a fantastic view of the city. The historic buildings, the graceful bridges, the beautiful houseboats, the other boats on the water and the people on the quay. If you wish, drinks and snacks can be provided on board!
The Jordaan in the west of Amsterdam is one of the nicest neighbourhoods in Amsterdam! The narrow streets and picturesque buildings of the Jordaan together form one of the most popular districts of Amsterdam, dotted with independent art galleries, antique shops, courtyards and atmospheric bars and restaurants.
Get a taste of culture on the Museumplein! The Museumplein, home to the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art, is the cultural beating heart of Amsterdam. Amsterdam Oud-Zuid is the perfect neighbourhood for art lovers and on the open square between the buildings there are many open air exhibitions, markets and a large pond where you can cool your feet on hot days.
Few people visit Amsterdam North during their city trip. From Amsterdam Central Station you can take the ferry (free of charge) to Amsterdam Noord. At the NDSM shipyard various events are organised on a regular basis. Amsterdam Noord has a lively cultural scene with many eating and drinking places.
Would you like to explore the Markermeer and the Markerwadden? Rent a sailboat and go on the water! Amsterdam is located on the IJmeer which is connected to the Markermeer. The Markermeer is situated between the province of Noord-Holland and Flevoland. On the border of the IJmeer and the Markermeer lies the island of Pampus. In addition, the Marker Wadden has been open to the public since September 2018. These five islands - four for birds, one for recreation - have been designed by Natuurmonumenten.
Amsterdam is a popular holiday destination in Europe, and rightly so. The city is known for the many small cafes that can be found on every street corner. Would you like to come to Amsterdam? Find the perfect sloop, motorboat or houseboat for your visit to Amsterdam and surroundings. Log in to your Click&Boat account or create a profile for free. Via the chat function you can contact various owners directly and discuss your wishes and ideas. After which you can choose the perfect boat!