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Top captain and boat

"Very nice and well kept boat with a captain/guide who loves his city and loves to share his knowledge of it: what do you want more? Lovely expérience."

Roberto G
Highly recommend

"We loved this boat trip. The best one we have done in Amsterdam and all because of Brian. Was a lovely host/captain, we had such a cool time. Would book it again for sure, highly recommend. Amazing experience and wonderful trip"

TinaChristina
Great.

"Very informative relaxed cruise. Lots of information from an enthusiastic local. The boat has some roof which was great as it was a very hot day so nice to spend some time in the shade. Another great point - the boat is electric!!. No noise, and no fumes."

Rupert Gunstone

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