Saturday 15 September:
Arnhem - Amsterdam
At 16:00 we welcome you with open arms on board the Rembrandt van Rijn. In the early evening we weigh anchor and sail slowly to Amsterdam where we will arrive the next morning. After dinner you will be able to become acquainted with your fellow passengers in the comfortable lounge.
Sunday 16 September:
Amsterdam - Hoorn
Amsterdam is a bustling city with a rich history and dozens of tourist attractions. A visit to a museum or a stroll through the city, shopping or a ship trip (*) through the canals, the choice is yours. During lunch we depart from Amsterdam and continue our journey to Hoorn. The maritime ambiance from days gone by is evident in Hoorn. The Hoofdtoren (main tower) with the narrow houses with step and clock gables behind creates a beautiful panorama and gives back the town its appealing and intimate character.
Monday 17 September:
Hoorn - Sneek
Early today we depart for Sneek which is located close to the “Sneekermeer” lake. The city is rich in monuments and fine cityscapes. The best known monument is the “Waterpoort” (Water Gate) which dates from 1613. However, the Town Hall and the “Grote Kerk” (Large Church) which date from 1498 are also well worth visiting.
Tuesday 18 September:
Sneek - Lemmer - Urk
Our first destination today is Lemmer, where we will spend the afternoon. Lemmer has the friendly atmosphere of an old port city with monumental buildings and the largest working steam pumping station in the world, the ‘Woudagemaal’. In the early evening we will sail to the fishing village of Urk where you can take a lovely walk along the promenade.
Wednesday 19 September:
Urk - Hasselt - Deventer
During the course of the afternoon we will moor in Hasselt. The centre of this Hanseatic city contains many small narrow streets. The old facades, lovely street lamps and inviting authentic shops convey its rich history. During dinner we will continue our journey to Deventer.
Thursday 20 September:
Deventer - Zutphen
From our mooring place you walk right into the attractive centre of this city which is one of the oldest cities in the Netherlands. During the Middle Ages merchants from throughout Europe came to this place to take part in the annual fairs. There are still numerous monuments that recall the Hanseatic League period, for example, the magnificent ‘De Drie Haringen’ (“The Three Herrings”) building on the Brink. We will continue our journey during lunch and will sail to Zutphen. At numerous places there is concrete evidence of the fortifications surrounding the city centre. You will not get bored here!
Friday 21 September:
Zutphen - Arnhem
The last day of this magnificent cruise has arrived all too soon. You can begin the day with a delicious Champagne brunch. Our home port of Arnhem is already coming into view. At midday you will disembark here. We wish you a safe journey home and we very much hope to see you again!
Several optional excursions (not included in the price)
Local entertainment once
Live entertainment during the entire cruise