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Bruges to Amsterdam

Two countries Belgium and Holland

Bruges
Zaventem Airport Brussels

  • Start
  • Finish

Amsterdam
Schiphol Airport

Two countries, Holland and Belgium, united in one route. Combining the highlights of Holland’s Golden Age and the heydays of the Flemish trade cities in the Middle Ages.

Variety is the keyword in this tour. Cycling and sailing you will cross different landscapes such as the green Dutch polder landscape with water aplenty and quiet roads and villages, the picturesque countryside between the Flemish cities and of course the rich history of the old city-centers of Amsterdam, Antwerp (city of the painter Rubens), Ghent and Bruges. Also, the large rivers in this part of the Netherlands and Belgium are a prominent feature along the route.

  • Type of tour Guided
  • Level 1
  • Duration 8 days
  • Distance 40 km
  • Flemish towns Bruges & Ghent
  • Antwerp
  • Dutch Brooklyn and the Vecht
  • Amsterdam

Daily Program

1 km = 0,62 miles
Day 1

Saturday: Bruges, embarktion at 2 PM, cycling to Aalterbrug and sailing to Ghent

21KM
Saturday: Bruges, embarktion at 2 PM, cycling to Aalterbrug and sailing to Ghent

When you arrive on board the ship you can put your luggage away in your cabin and then enjoy a cup of coffee or tea. It is also a good moment to become acquainted with the guide, skipper and crew and of course your fellow passengers. At 2 p.m. you will start off the city walls of Bruges for a trip to Ghent. The barge will mostly be following the canal between Bruges and Ghent to Aalterbrug, which offers a beautiful, peaceful cycle route with an unexpected variety of experiences.
After dinner you will have some time to discover the old and characteristic city centre. The city of Ghent is proud of its rich past, the many well-preserved guild’s and patricians’ houses as well as old warehouses, Gravensteen (a mediaeval castle), St Nicholas Church (with 13th century foundations), St Baaf’s Cathedral and the ‘Belfort’ (Belfry;14th century). But Ghent is much more than just a museum town. This lively city with its numerous squares and cosy pubs is an excellent mixture of mediaeval edifices, stylish shopping streets, splendid mansions, working-class quarters from the beginning of the 20th century which now often house students and busy little squares where people eat out till the wee hours on a sultry summer night.

Day 2

Sunday: Ghent, cycling to Dendermonde and sailing to St. Amands

47KM
Sunday: Ghent, cycling to Dendermonde and sailing to St. Amands

Early Sunday morning you will cycle through the old centre of Ghent. After coffee you will leave for a nice day along one of the most beautiful rivers of Europe: the Scheldt. After approximately 20 km you’ll reach Wetteren, a nice flemish city which is well known for it’s rose nurseries. But also a good place to learn what the Belgium word ‘staminee’ means. Berlare is the last place before Dendermonde so it’s a perfect place to taste some Belgian beer before you board the ship again. Your boarding place for today is Dendermonde, a city which is known for the legend of the Beiaart. From Dendermonde you’ll sail to quiet village of St. Amand were you will spend the night.

Day 3

Monday: St. Amands – Antwerpen

40KM
Monday: St. Amands – Antwerpen

From St. Amands the cycleroute leads you along the river and past nature reserves like the mudflats of Durme and Schausselbroek. Especially the mudflats of Durme is worth mentioning cause it’s one of the last fresh water marshes along this tidal part of the river and therefore has a unique flora and fauna. You continue your tour through Bazel, one of the most beautiful villages of Belgium. For an escalator the wooden moving stairs in the St. Anna tunnel under the Scheldt is a unique experience before entering the city centre of Antwerp. The historical centre of Antwerp is worth a visit, here you’ll find: the Onze Lieve Vrouwenkerk and the Rubenshuis. In the Willemsdok, near the Museum for Modern Art (Museum Aan de Stroom, closed on Mondays) you will find the barge.

Day 4

Tuesday: Antwerpen, sailing to the Kreekraksluizen and cycling to Willemstad

56KM
Tuesday: Antwerpen, sailing to the Kreekraksluizen and cycling to Willemstad

This morning you’ll sail through the big harbour of Antwerp, a big difference with the nature reserves and quite villages of yesterday. But due to the big sea going vessels and large harbour cranes it’s a fascinating journey which brings you to Holland where you start your biketour at the Kreekrak locks. By bike you will make a beautiful tour over the ‘Brabantse wal’ a sand wall dating back from the times when Mammoths roam the area. Today you won’t find any big elephants but the area seemed to be perfect for strawberry and asparagus fields. So be here at harvest time (depending on the weather: around June). From the woodlands around Bergen op Zoom you continue through a polderlandscape to the old fortified town of Willemstad, near the Volkeraksluizen (locks) at the Haringvliet, the busiest locks of Europe.

Day 5

Wednesday: Willemstad, sailing to Werkendam and cycling to Gorinchem

45KM
Wednesday: Willemstad, sailing to Werkendam and cycling to Gorinchem

From Willemstad you’ll sail this morning to Werkendam where you go ashore to continue your tour by bike through the land of Heusden and Altena. Along the Bergse Maas, the south border of the land of Heusden and Altena, you continue your tour along the fortified town of Heusden. From here another river, the ‘Afgedamde Maas’ leads you back to the river Waal where you started your tour this morning. Here you’ll find another beautifull fortified town, Woudrichem. A ferry brings you to the other side of the river where you’ll board the ship.

Day 6

Thursday Gorinchem, cycling to Vianen and sailing to Utrecht

50KM
Thursday Gorinchem, cycling to Vianen and sailing to Utrecht

From Gorinchem you will follow the meandering river Linge through the Betuwe. This area is known for the large amount of orchards and therefore will be covered with blossoms in the months april and may. Along the city of Leerdam, famous for its glass, you continue your tour in northern direction towards Utrecht. On your way toward Utrecht you’ll pass the so called ‘Wiel van Bassa’ the biggest dike burst hole in the Netherlands and another relic of the everlasting battle against the water. From Vianen you sail to Utrecht. After dinner you can take a public bus to the old centre of Utrecht.

Day 7

Friday: Utrecht, sailing to 'Brooklyn' and cycling to Amsterdam

40KM
Friday: Utrecht, sailing to 'Brooklyn' and cycling to Amsterdam

During breakfast you will sail to Breukelen from where you will cycle to Amsterdam along the two most beautiful rivers of Holland, the Vecht and the Amstel. Along the route you will find the magnificent country houses and mansions from the 18th century with their splendid, well-kept gardens. After dinner you have the option to take a canal cruise through the canals of Amsterdam.

Day 8

Saturday Amsterdam, end of trip after breakfast before 10 AM

Saturday Amsterdam, end of trip after breakfast before 10 AM

Travel Dates

Date Availability Departure Accomodation Category  
6/10/2017 - 6/17/2017 Fully Booked Bruges Anna Antal Standard Plus/Comfort
6/17/2017 - 6/24/2017 Fully Booked Bruges Sailing Home Comfort de Luxe
6/17/2017 - 6/24/2017 Fully Booked Bruges Zwaan Comfort Plus
7/1/2017 - 7/8/2017 Available Bruges Wending Comfort Book now
7/15/2017 - 7/22/2017 Available Bruges Wending Comfort Book now
7/22/2017 - 7/29/2017 Available Bruges Zwaan Comfort Plus Book now
7/29/2017 - 8/5/2017 Fully Booked Bruges Sailing Home Comfort de Luxe
8/12/2017 - 8/19/2017 Fully Booked Bruges Liza Marleen Comfort Plus
8/26/2017 - 9/2/2017 Fully Booked Bruges Sailing Home Comfort de Luxe
9/2/2017 - 9/9/2017 Fully Booked Bruges Liza Marleen Comfort Plus
9/9/2017 - 9/16/2017 Fully Booked Bruges Anna Antal Standard Plus/Comfort
9/23/2017 - 9/30/2017 Limited Bruges Anna Antal Standard Plus/Comfort Book now
9/30/2017 - 10/7/2017 Fully Booked Bruges Liza Marleen Comfort Plus
10/7/2017 - 10/14/2017 Available Bruges Anna Antal Standard Plus/Comfort Book now
Date Availability Departure Accomodation Category  
5/12/2018 - 5/19/2018 Limited Bruges Liza Marleen Comfort Plus Book now
5/19/2018 - 5/26/2018 Available Bruges Zwaan Comfort Plus Book now
5/26/2018 - 6/2/2018 Available Bruges Anna Antal Standard Plus/Comfort Book now
6/2/2018 - 6/9/2018 Available Bruges Zwaan Comfort Plus Book now
6/9/2018 - 6/16/2018 Available Bruges Anna Antal Standard Plus/Comfort Book now
6/16/2018 - 6/23/2018 Available Bruges Zwaan Comfort Plus Book now
6/23/2018 - 6/30/2018 Available Bruges Anna Antal Standard Plus/Comfort Book now
6/30/2018 - 7/7/2018 Available Bruges Sailing Home Comfort de Luxe Book now
7/7/2018 - 7/14/2018 Available Bruges Anna Antal Standard Plus/Comfort Book now
7/14/2018 - 7/21/2018 Available Bruges Sailing Home Comfort de Luxe Book now
7/21/2018 - 7/28/2018 Available Bruges Anna Antal Standard Plus/Comfort Book now
7/28/2018 - 8/4/2018 Available Bruges Sailing Home Comfort de Luxe Book now
8/4/2018 - 8/11/2018 Available Bruges Anna Antal Standard Plus/Comfort Book now
8/11/2018 - 8/18/2018 Available Bruges Sailing Home Comfort de Luxe Book now
8/25/2018 - 9/1/2018 Available Bruges Sailing Home Comfort de Luxe Book now
9/1/2018 - 9/8/2018 Available Bruges Anna Antal Standard Plus/Comfort Book now
9/8/2018 - 9/15/2018 Available Bruges Sailing Home Comfort de Luxe Book now
9/15/2018 - 9/22/2018 Available Bruges Anna Antal Standard Plus/Comfort Book now
9/22/2018 - 9/29/2018 Available Bruges Sailing Home Comfort de Luxe Book now
9/29/2018 - 10/6/2018 Available Bruges Anna Antal Standard Plus/Comfort Book now
10/6/2018 - 10/13/2018 Available Bruges Sailing Home Comfort de Luxe Book now
10/20/2018 - 10/27/2018 Available Bruges Sailing Home Comfort de Luxe Book now

Tour prices

Accommodation Room Price Children 0-2 years Children 3-11 years
Anna Antal 2-berth cabin bunk bed € 1600,- free of charge 30% reduction
Anna Antal 2-berth cabin bunk bed for single use € 1050,- free of charge 30% reduction
Anna Antal 2-berth cabin low beds € 1900,- free of charge 30% reduction
Liza Marleen 2-berth cabin € 2010,- free of charge 30% reduction
Liza Marleen 2-berth cabin Superior (15m²) € 2130,- free of charge 30% reduction
Liza Marleen 2-berth cabin for single use € 1150,- free of charge 30% reduction
Liza Marleen 3-berth cabin € 2835,- free of charge 30% reduction
Wending 2-berth cabin € 1900,- free of charge 30% reduction
Wending 2-berth cabin for single use € 1150,- free of charge 30% reduction
Wending 3-berth cabin € 2685,- free of charge 30% reduction
Zwaan 2-berth cabin € 2100,- free of charge 30% reduction
Zwaan 2-berth cabin for single use € 1520,- free of charge 30% reduction
Zwaan 3-berth cabin € 3075,- free of charge 30% reduction
Sailing Home 2-berth cabin € 2100,- free of charge 30% reduction
Sailing Home 2-berth cabin for single use € 1520,- free of charge 30% reduction
Accommodation Room Price Children 0-2 years Children 3-11 years
Anna Antal 2-berth cabin bunk bed € 1640,- free of charge 30% reduction
Anna Antal 2-berth cabin bunk bed for single use € 1076,- 0 0
Anna Antal 2-berth cabin low beds € 1950,- free of charge 30% reduction
Liza Marleen 2-berth cabin € 2130,- free of charge 30% reduction
Liza Marleen 2-berth cabin for single use € 1530,- 0 0
Liza Marleen 2-berth cabin Superior (15m²) € 2330,- 0 0
Liza Marleen 3-berth cabin Superior (15m²) € 2925,- free of charge 30% reduction
Zwaan 2-berth cabin € 2170,- free of charge 30% reduction
Zwaan 2-berth cabin for single use € 1570,- 0 0
Zwaan 3-berth cabin € 3165,- free of charge 30% reduction
Sailing Home 2-berth cabin € 2170,- free of charge 30% reduction
Sailing Home 2-berth cabin for single use € 1570,- 0 0

Rent a bike

Image Name Type Price per week
Hybrid, 24-gears Hybrid, 24-gears Batavus Galibier €75
Electric bike Electric bike Batavus Ventoux easy €140
Child’s bike, 21 gears Child’s bike, 21 gears Bike helmet included €50
Trailer bike, 3 gears Trailer bike, 3 gears for children between 5 - 9 years €50
Child seats Child seats with bike helmet €15
Bike Helmet Bike Helmet included for children €10
Cycletours bicycle insurance Cycletours bicycle insurance No own-risk €15
Cycletours bicycle insurance E-bike Cycletours bicycle insurance E-bike No own-risk €40
Set of 6 bike maps Set of 6 bike maps Falk, scale 1:50,000 (1 inch = 0.8 miles) €57
Image Name Type Price per week
Hybrid, 24-gears Hybrid, 24-gears Batavus Galibier €80
Electric bike Electric bike Batavus Ventoux easy €160
Child’s bike, 21 gears Child’s bike, 21 gears Bike helmet included €55
Trailer bike, 3 gears Trailer bike, 3 gears for children between 5 - 9 years €50
Child seats Child seats with bike helmet €15
Bike Helmet Bike Helmet included for children €10
Cycletours bicycle insurance Cycletours bicycle insurance No own-risk €15
Cycletours bicycle insurance E-bike Cycletours bicycle insurance E-bike No own-risk €40
Set of 6 bike maps Set of 6 bike maps Falk, scale 1:50,000 (1 inch = 0.8 miles) €57

Included

  • All nights on board (Sat.-Sat. 8 days / 7 nights), cabin in the booked category;
  • Full board (7 x breakfast, 6 x self-made picnic lunch for bike tours, 7 x three course dinner)
  • Use of bed linen and 2 towels (change of towels possible)
  • Coffee and tea on board
  • Tour guide
  • Min. 3 city walks with the tourguide
  • Free WiFi is limited availabe in lounge and on deck, for more than 100 MB there is a surcharge.
  • Road book, 1x per cabin
  • Ferry fares on the route

Not included

  • Reservation costs € 20,- per party
  • Bicycle rent
  • Bicycle insurance (optional) € 15,- per bicycle
  • Bicycle insurance electric bike (optional) € 40,- per bicycle
  • Entrance fees to museums; approx. € 15 per tour
  • Cancellation insurance (optional)

Specials details

  • Please take good notice of our booking conditions.
  • If you have special meal requirements (vegetarian meals, or if you are on a Lactose- or Glutenfree diet), we ask you to mention this when booking.
    In case of Glutenfree diet there is an additional charge of € 50, – per week.
  • Cycletours Holidays reserves the right to cancel tours with fewer than 12 participants up to 21 days prior to the date of departure
  • The program is subject to change without notice.

Arrival info

You are expected on our barge on Saturday at the latest 2 PM.
You can recognise the barge by the banner with Cycletours written on it. The name of your barge is printed on the voucher, which you will receive separately.
After arrival there’s coffee and tea on board. Other drinks are also available on cash payment. If you want you can bring your luggage in advance, from noon onwards.
Then you can explore Bruges at your leisure.

The mooring place of the barge in Bruges: at the ‘Buiten Katelijnevest’ near the Bargeweg (nearly 1 km/ 0.6 miles from the train station).

Airport

The nearest airport to the embarkation point of the barge is Brussels Airport (BRU).  By train it is about 1½ hours from the airport to the railway station in Bruges. Walking distance from the train station to the barge is about 10 to 15 minutes.
A taxi from the airport to the mooring place will take about 25 minutes and costs about € 35,-.

The tour ends one week later in Amsterdam, so another possibility is to fly to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS). From the airport you can take the international train to Bruges. Travel time is about 3½ hours. Information about the time table you find on www.nshispeed.nl/en.

Train

The nearest train station to the embarkation point of the barge is the Bruges railway station. Walking distance to the barge is about 10 to 15 minutes.
By taxi it takes about 5 minutes to the barge.

Car

Should you arrive by car, we strongly advise to arrive earlier to unload your luggage. More information on parkings in Bruges: www.bruges.be.

End of the tour

The tour ends one week later on Saturday morning after breakfast at 10 AM. You will spend the night from Friday to Saturday on board in Amsterdam. The mooring place of the barge in Amsterdam: at the Oosterdok (near Science Center NEMO, Oosterdok 2); 1.2 km/o.75 miles from the Central Station in Amsterdam.
There is a direct train that leaves 6 times per hour from Amsterdam Central Station to Schiphol Airport . Travel time is about 16 minutes and a one-way ticket (2nd class) costs about€ 4,20.

Should you need to travel to Brussels Airport you can take the international train (Intercity). Travel time is 3 hours and a one-way ticket (2nd class) costs about  € 47,50.

Our ship, your hotel

Imagine a floating hotel sailing to the next stage, while you are calmly pedalling along. No lugging of luggage: that is exactly what Bike & Barge is all about! In the pleasant atmosphere on board you can have a chat, go through the day with the others, and enjoy the meals prepared specially for cyclists. In the evenings you can enjoy a drink in the salon or admire the setting sun on deck.

Do not expect a cruise ship with its passive luxury. The Bike & Barge Holidays are for people who really enjoy the physical activity of cycling and who value sociability more than wholesale luxury.

What are the cabins like?

Most cabins are 2-person cabins, but some barges also have cabins for 3 persons (2 low beds+upper bed). There are four categories: Standard Plus (cabins with private shower/toilet; bunk beds), Comfort (cabins as StandardPlus but with twin beds), ComfortPlus (cabins as Comfort, small ship) and Comfort DeLuxe (a very comfortable and tastefully furnished 5-star ship; cabins have twin beds and air-conditioning).

In all categories the cabins have central heating and a porthole or window; they are provided with running water (hot and cold), private shower/toilet and 22o voltage. There is limited storage space in the cabin. We recommend 1 suitcase per person. You can slide the suitcase under the bed.

The team, hospitality comes first

The captain/skipper, the chef and your tour guide all welcome you warmly. They are prepared specifically for these trips and will provide good and safe passage, good meals, and a friendly, pleasant atmosphere. They will, of course, also give you a great deal of interesting information during and after the cycling and sailing.
The skipper is responsible for the smooth running of things on board; the cook is in charge of the catering. A tour leader accompanies you during the bike ride and can assist in case of breakdowns. He/She will be your guide to point out the things of interest along the way and is multi-lingual (Dutch/English, some speak German and/or French).

The meals

Your chef is used to cook delicious meals for hungry cyclists. Besides an extensive breakfast, you will also be offered a packed lunch for on the road. It consists of different types of bread and sandwich fillings, juice, a snack and a piece of fruit. Lunch package needs to be prepared by yourself after breakfast. Dinner is different every day. There is a first course, main course and dessert The meals on board are included in the price, as are coffee and tea. Soft drinks and alcoholic drinks can be obtained at a reasonable charge. When you return on board after the day’s cycling, a cup of tea or coffee with a biscuit will be waiting for you.
If you have special meal requirements (vegetarian meals, or if you are on a diet), we ask you to mention this when booking.
In case of Glutenfree diet there is an additional charge of € 50, – per week.

You and the group,new friends from around the world!

One of the most attractive aspects of the Bike & Barge holidays is that you encounter an international company on board, including people from e.g. USA, Canada, Australia, France, Italy, and Spain. It’s a great opportunity for you to get to know various cultures at the same time! We have people of all ages, men and women, singles and couples and also families with children (during the school holidays). Most groups are made up of 12 to 30 people.

The most beautiful cycling routes

Our carefully selected routes will lead you along the most beautiful spots of the country. The average daily distance is around 45 kilometers. Most participants prefer riding in a group with the cycling guide, but you can also ride individually. A road book is included (1x per cabin). Bike maps can be purchased when booking and will be handed over to you on board.

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Frequently asked questions

  • Can I bring along my own bicycle?

    Yes, you may.  This has no bearing on the total cost of the trip, however, please state this at time of booking.  Sometimes an additional charge may be requested for the bicycle when transfering from one place to another.

  • Can you choose your own itinerary without a guide?

    Cyclists can choose a longer route than the group takes. The guide will gladly advise you on the choice of an alternative route.

  • Do you have to wear a safety helmet in Holland?

    No, but it is of course sensible to wear one. We provide a safety helmet with a child seat, slipstreamer (tag-along) or child’s bicycle. Helmets for adults are not included with the trip package. You can rent them (€ 10,- per week) or bring your own.

  • Does a guide accompany us?

    When mentioned ‘self-guided’, the tours are on an individual basis and no guides are provided.  We will provide you with a thoroughly detailed and comprehensive description of the routes, enabling you to follow the route correctly without problems.  Furthermore, these route descriptions are frequently accompanied with information on the main tourist attractions that you’ll come across.

  • How large is the group on board?

    The size of the group depends on the barge scheduled on the tour. The capacity of the barges varies between 12 and 26 participants.

More questions

Price starting from € 800,- * * There are no extra's included in this price

Accommodations

Zwaan
Zwaan

About the barge

The Zwaan is specialized in Bike and Barge tours in the Netherlands, Belgium. On board of the Zwaan you find a cosy dining room, a sun deck/a deck for the bicycles. All 7 cabins are provided with running water (hot and cold), private shower and toilet, 220 voltage and central heating. There is limited storage space in the cabin. We recommend 1 suitcase per person. You can slide the suitcase under the bed. The Zwaan is known for the high quality of the meals and the friendly atmosphere on board. The crew consists of the captain, chef and hostess for 14/15 guests.

Cabin plan

7 cabins with private hot shower and toilet
2x Family-style room, 2/3 p with double bed + single bed
2x Friend's-style room, 2/3 p with 3 single beds (one bunk)
2x Twin-style room, 2 p with two separate beds
1x Smaller cabin in front of the barge, 2 p with double bed

  • Offical name Zwaan
  • Length 34 m
  • Width 6.1 m
  • Capacity 14 persons
  • Electricity 220 Volts
Wending
Wending

About the barge Wending

The “Wending” is a former freight barge that started a new life in the early nineties as a luxury passenger motor barge. Since then the “Wending” is a familiar fixture on several routes in the Netherlands and Belgium. Mooring place of the Wending is Amsterdam. In 2015 renovated barge sails exclusively for Cycletours Holidays.The“Wending” has a roomy and cosy saloon, equipped with a complete music installation and TV. After a strenuous bike ride it is a great place to relax.

Cabin plan

10 double and 2 triple cabins, the beds in the cabins are side by side. In the triple cabin one bed is placed over the other two.All cabins with private bathroom and central heating

  • Offical name Wending
  • Length 41.5 m
  • Width 6.3 m
  • Capacity 26 persons
  • Electricity 220 Volts
Liza Marleen
Liza Marleen

About the barge

The “Liza Marleen” is a luxury motor passenger barge, built in 1997-98 on the completely dismantled shell of a seafaring freight logger. This barge is ideally suited for trips on the wider waterways, like the Dutch Waddenzee, the IJsselmeer and the Zeeland Streams, but it can also be found cruising on the smaller inland waterways of the Netherlands and Belgium. The tastefully decorated lounge is equipped with an audio installation, television and video. In the evenings it is possible to come together in the spacious sitting area. Winter of 2015 on 2016 The Liza Marleen is converted to a more luxurious barge.

Cabin plan Liza Marleen

8 cabins have two low beds, which can be placed together. Two cabins are so spacious, that they can expand with 2 lower beds or a third bed and a cot. All cabins have a private bathroom with sink, shower and toilet, heating and air conditioning.

  • Offical name Liza Marleen
  • Length 38 m
  • Width 6.6 m
  • Capacity 20 persons
  • Electricity 220 Volts
Anna Antal
Anna Antal

About the barge

The Anna Antal is a former shuttle barge which was converted into a luxury motor passenger ship in the winter of 1994-95. In 2012 the saloon and cabins were renovated.

The Anna Antal has a cosy salon, a sun deck/a deck for the bicycles. All cabins are provided with running water (hot and cold), private shower and toilet, 220 voltage and central heating. There is limited storage space in the cabin. We recommend 1 suitcase per person. You can slide the suitcase under the bed.

Cabin Plan

9 cabins, each with their own shower, washbasin, toilet and central heating.

5 x 2-berth cabins with low beds (Comfort) and 4 x 2-berth cabins with bunk beds (StandardPlus).

  • Offical name Anna Antal
  • Length 38 m
  • Width 6.1 m
  • Capacity 18 persons
  • Electricity 220 Volts
Sailing Home
Sailing Home

About  the barge

The barge "Sailing Home" started cruising in 2001. Build by Cycletours for Bike & Barge Tours in The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. This beautiful passenger ship can accommodate 26 overnight passengers and 70 day passengers. The interior of the salon and bar is decorated in a modern Victorian style and offers a lot of comfort. The "Sailing Home" has two floors. On the top floor you will find the salon, a roomy lounge a cosy bar and a sun deck. The four-man crew of the Sailing Home consists of the skipper, sailor, cook and hostess.

Cabin Plan

13 spacious and comfortable guest cabins for two (low beds) and each cabin has a private bathroom. All cabins have central heating and air-conditioning. Daily cleaning of the cabins

  • Offical name Sailing Home
  • Length 45 m
  • Width 6.5 m
  • Capacity 26 persons
  • Electricity 220 Volts

Bruges to Amsterdam

Bruges to Amsterdam

 

What others think of this tour

Very enjoyable, easy to do, fabulous guide, wonderful barge, facilities all good.
Our cycle guide was very good she re-assured us always was very positive friendly and helpful. I would do another cycle trip it was very easy and relaxing.
R. Southcombe - 25/07/2015

it is a perfect mix of exercise + relaxation - with a plan for every day
Caroline McNamara - 18/07/2015

Perfecto! Es una experiencia unica.
- 18/07/2015

- Great organisator
- Great balance of cycling/visits
- Traveling by bike let us see more

Anne Barrata - 06/06/2015

Friendly crew, moderately priced, absolutely gorgeous countries, loved the out of the way villages.
randi franklin - 06/06/2015

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