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Several companies offer canal cruises, usually lasting from one to two hours, but also longer cruises such as all day, weekend and even longer. Most canal cruises depart from: Prins Hendrikkade across from Central Station, The Damrak (also very close to Central Station), Rokin near Spui Straat, and Stadhouderskade near Leidseplein. Canal buses also has stops located around the city.

Blue Boat Canal Cruises offers sightseeing cruises, dinner cruises, business receptions and weddings on luxurious party vessels. You can book tickets for all individual cruises directly online. Blue boat offers a wheelchair lift for disabled passengers. – Blue Boat Cruises

Amsterdam Jewel Cruises offers an evening dinner cruise. It is the only classic boat offering a private table for romantic dinner cruises. Fine dining. The cruise starts at 7.30 pm and lasts just under three hours. – Amsterdam Jewel Cruises

Lovers Canal Cruises start opposite the Rijksmuseum. It is €12 per person, but you can’t get on and off. The cruise is about one-and-a-half hours.

The Canal Bus Runs four fixed routes, stopping near major attractions (Rijksmuseum, Anne Frank’s House, etc.). You can get on or off as often as you like, €20 per person per 24 hours. The first boats start between 9.15 a.m. and 10.45 a.m. depending on which stop you get on. The last boat start dropping off at around 7 p.m. – Canal Bus

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