Included in package

From € 235,- p.p.

The opening of SAIL Amsterdam is a true pearl to experience. It is the most impressive moment of the entire event. In short, a must to experience on a luxury boat together with your company. Hundreds of thousands of fans are standing enthusiastically along the banks. Hundreds of sailing ships, open boats, and motorboats together with the Tall Ships form a vibrant and swirling parade from IJmuiden towards the Oranjehaven (IJ-port).

Onboard one of the Smidtje ships, you will have a fantastic view of all the ships whilst enjoying all luxury and comfortable extra’s provided during your cruise. The price is excluding VAT and tourist contribution. So this package consists of:

  • Beautiful private boat
  • Experienced captain and 2 hospitable hosts
  • 08:00 - 15:30 (7.5 hour boat cruise)
  • Unlimited use of Nationale bar: Beer, house wine, soft drinks, coffee and tea
  • Included

    • Breakfast
    • Lunch
    • Afternoon snacks
    • Tableware

*Minimum number of persons

Per type of boat:

Extra information

Event details

  • Including

    • All named prices of our packages include boat rental, catering, drinks, and service personnel;

  • Excluding

    • IJ-harbor access not included
    • All prices are excluding VAT and tourist contribution;

  • Please note:

    • All named packages are sold per minimum purchase per person per ship;
    • Packages are subject to changes in the Sail program.

Co-operation

Official partner SAIL

Smidtje Luxury Cruises will again, in cooperation with the SAIL Foundation, offer special cruises. This means that we are accredited to sail with you during SAIL Amsterdam and have access to the closed port area, the place where all Tall Ships are moored. The various arrangements of Smidtje Luxury Cruises will allow you to experience SAIL Amsterdam to the fullest.

Want to create an unforgettable experience during SAIL (12 till 16 Augustus 2020)? Ask about the possibilities via 020 – 6706067 or by email info@smidtje.nl.

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