Johanna

BOAT Johanna

This ship is can also be transformed to an open boat. The boat has a flexible interior and the roof can be removed quickly!

FACILITIES ON BOARD

  • Bar with real beer tap.
  • Toilet.
  • Quickly removable roof and windows.
  • Central heating;
  • Electric grill, cooking plate and oven;
  • 230 & 400 Volt connections
  • Flexible interior that can be quickly adjusted to your wishes.
  • Sound system. (You can bring your own music, however in the city center we are not allowed to play music loudly.)

History

Johanna is originally a German boat. At the beginning of the 20th century she sailed with passengers on the Rhine. With the rise of the automobile in passenger transport, Johanna got side-tracked. Luckily she was saved from the breaker's yard by an enthusiast who refurbished her into a "yacht". Since 2008 Johanna has regained her original function as passenger boat, but now on the canals of Amsterdam.

Capacity

  • Drinks & Snacks: Max. 20 p. (seated)
  • BBQ/Buffett: Max. 15 p. (seated)
  • Dinner: Max. 12 p. (seated)

BOAT THE TIJD ZAL HET LEEREN

  • A ex cargo ship with character.
  • A robust and contemporary style.
  • Boat can be fully opened and closed.

FACILITIES ON BOARD

  • Bar with real beer tap.
  • Separated toiler for ladies and gentleman.
  • Quickly removable roof and windows.
  • Central heating;
  • Electric grill, cooking plate and oven;
  • 230 & 400 Volt connections
  • Flexible interior that can be quickly adjusted to your wishes.
  • Sound system with microphone. (You can bring your own music, however in the city center we are not allowed to play music loudly.)

HISTORY

The Tijd zal het Leeren, built in 1914, served as sailing cargo ship for agricultural produce in the north of The Netherlands. After having been a house for her last cargo captain, the Tijd zal het Leeren returned to the trade in 2000, now as passenger ship in Amsterdam.

The sails of the past have given way to a diesel-electric propulsion, which is almost as quiet as sailing and much more practical in a city full of bridges.

CAPACITY

  • Drinks & Snacks: Max. 50 p. (mostly standing)
  • BBQ/Buffett: Max. 45 p. (standing & seated)
  • Dinner: Max. 40 p. (seated)

Johanna

Photo impression

Convertible roof for any type of weather

The (largely) removable roof and windows make it possible to enjoy your sailing trip in the open air when the weather permits. With fine weather it is opened completely and with semi-fine weather it is semi-opened. Both roof and windows can quickly be removed, but also quickly be placed back in case of rain.

In winter an extra canvas is put over the top to keep the warmth inside. And if it gets really cold, we have a heating system that can be put into action.

The tables and seats can be flexibly employed for both a sitting dinner or a drinks and snacks trip with standing tables, or even a switch from one to the other during the trip.

Prices

The boat rent is € 202,- per hour (excl. VAT). This includes a captain and a sailing waiter/waitress.

In the off-peak hours (09:00 - 15:00) a discounted rate applies: € 160,- per hour (excl. VAT).

For safety and service an extra sailing waiter/waitress is employed from 25 people at € 30,- per hour (excl. VAT).

The minimal sailing time is 2 hours.

For every event on the water a fee is due to the municipality of Amsterdam of € 0,66 per person.

Would you like more information or a quote? You can use the form on this site, but you can also contact us directly through +31 (0)20-4194141 or send an email to info@amsterdamboatevents.nl

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