Drinks & snacks Hop on and order whatever you like, the first drink is on the house! You can choose from all the drinks on the menu, such as tasty cocktails (Aperol Spritz, Dark&Stormy, Gin&Tonics, and more!), handpicked wines, local beers from Brouwerij 't IJ and Heineken, Kombucha's and soda's. We serve the drinks with a variety of nuts on the side. The Tour Starting off in the historical center, we tell you about the origin of the city. Why are the houses of all different shapes and how come a lot of them are so crooked? Why are the canals made and where are these houseboats coming from? As being locals ourselves, we also tell you some fun facts about our culture. During the whole trip, we encourage you to ask us whatever you are interested in, such as things you see during the tour or tips for bars and restaurants
My co-hosts Sebas & Twan and I are passionate about three things: Amsterdam, boats, and having a good time! So it is no surprise we love to welcome you on board and show you the beautiful sights of Amsterdam! Sebas has been on the water for many years and is a very skilled captain. Twan, as being handy himself, decided to build a boat on his own! He transformed an old rescue boat into a luxury canal cruise which he named MANA. Which means: all power and spirit comes from within. I have been working as a hostess and tour guide on the water for more than 3 years, next to my job as a teacher. When the boat was built, I decided to follow my true passion and now I'm fulltime on the water and making people happy all the time! Follow us on instagram; www.instagram.com/manaboattours
We serve you some tasty nuts next to your drink. There are more snack options on the menu such as olives and Pringles.
Choose from a great drink selection including a choice of refreshing local beers, tasty Kombucha's, delicious Gin&Tonics and…
The captain is a pro, but if you feel a bit unsafe on the water, we have a life jacket for you on board. No worries!
During the 1,5 hour tour you will see, among other things, the UNESCO’s heritage canal rings with typical Amsterdam 17th century warehouses, the Amstel river with the iconic Skinny bridge, the oldest part of the city including the Red Light district and the old Open Harbour. We will also highlight places we love to visit ourselves, such as cafe's, bars and boutiques.