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The Bulldog Boat by Amsterboat

Winter Tour

The Bulldog Winter Tour gives you the most romantic and intimate night tour on the canals of Amsterdam.

Sit back and relax with Gluhwein as a welcome drink, on a smoke friendly canal cruise through the heart of Amsterdam. On board you will receive a free alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink (2 on the 60 minute tour and 3 on the 90 minute tour). Feel free to bring your own food and weed to enjoy (we don’t sell these on board).

On the canal cruise you will have fascinating and romantic view of the city, can you imagine sailing trough the canals where most bridges are covered with lights?
Gain fascinating insights from our local skipper into the historical sites that you sail pass.

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starting from

€25 Adult (Ages 18 & Up)


  • 60 minutes including 2 drinks + Warm Gluhwein as a welcome drink (departure 5pm; 6:30pm and 8pm)
  • 90 minutes including 3 drinks + Warm Gluhwein as a welcome drink (departure 9:30pm)
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Departure Location

    • Amsterdam Central Station, in front of the station.
    • This is also where the tour ends, except the 9:30 pm tour, that finishes at Leidseplein

Our Route

First, we sail through the Red Light District that surrounds the Old Church. Then along the Old City Wall we sail onto the Amstel River. Be amazed at the dancing houses and snap a picture of the Blue Bridge (famously used by Rembrandt for his paintings).

From the Herengracht along the Mayor’s House and we pass the Golden Bend to the Seven Bridges, to the Reguliersgracht to cross the Keizersgracht onto the Prinsengracht.

Spot the many houseboats including the oldest houseboat in Amsterdam and take in the fantastic designs of some of the typical hippie houseboats from the ’60s and ’70s. We return to the Amstel river and see the Skinny Bridge, the oldest and most picturesque bridge in Amsterdam.
Along the Hermitage and the Stopera, get up-close views of the “View on the Groenburgwal” painted by Monet in 1884 before we return to Red Light District again.

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