Peter de Grote

Peter de Grote: 70-person saloon boat

From a cozy, classic interior, guests can enjoy an unobstructed view. The spacious salon is very suitable for dinner cruises, wedding receptions, meetings and presentations. Together with the saloon section, the fore and aft deck offer many options on board. The Peter de Grote is a beautiful saloon ship in Amsterdam and is equipped with all facilities that allow a carefree stay on board. The ideal 70-person saloon boat!

Sailing areas of Peter de Grote
Peter de Grote vaart rondom Amsterdam, met name over de Amstel en het IJ, en daar buiten. Een tocht naar Pampus, het IJsselmeer, de Loosdrechtse Plassen of de Zaanstreek behoort tot de mogelijkheden.

The 70-person saloon boat the Peter de Grote is part of a quartet of ships built in 1939 by the Escher-Wyss company in Zurich for the Landi, the international country exhibition that was held that year on the shores of the Lake Constance. After the ship was taken out of service in 1997, it was brought to the Netherlands via the Rhine. In Amsterdam, the Peter de Grote has undergone a thorough renovation, adapting it to the demands of our time without violating the classic look. Due to the adjustments, the
  Peter de Grote the ideal saloon boat for groups up to 70 people in Amsterdam and surroundings.

Facilities and customization

On board our boats you will lack nothing. We take care of your cruise to the last detail. All our boats are equipped as standard with a toilet, heating, a music system with telephone connection and windows or awnings that can be opened in good weather. There is a ship’s bar on most boats and a number of boats can be fully opened in good weather. The layout of the larger boats can be adjusted as desired. Ask our employees about the customized options for a boat in Amsterdam!

Doris Wouters-Ringoir, reservations

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