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Boat rental Haarlem

Take a fantastic boat trip through the spectacular Haarlem city centre in one of our electric boats. If you have all day, you can take the 5-hour route called ‘Mooie Nel’.

  • Easy online reservation
  • From € 4,17 per person per hour
  • No license required
  • Very spacious boats, max 12p.
  • Very easy to drive
  • Dock is located in the city center
  • Boats can be activated with your phone
  • Boat runs on electricity
  • 5★ rating from TripAdvisor
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The easiest way to rent a boat!

You can rent a boat within minutes by using our online reservation system.

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Reserve online

Easily reserve your boat through our online reservation system.

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Start the boat

Before departure you will receive an activation link through SMS, which gives you the possibility to start the boat.

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Go out on the water!

Explore the canals of Haarlem yourself, 100% electric.

Our rates in Haarlem

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Rate per hour
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€ 50.00 + € 150.00 deposit
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€ 25.00
€ 35.00
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Tips for your trip in Haarlem

Highlights

Haarlem city centre shows many old and historical buildings. We’ve highlighted a few of them which are definitely worth of a visit during your trip in Haarlem.

De Adriaan

Built in 1779 and in 1932, the mill was burnt to the ground, but with the support of the residents of Haarlem it was restored to its former glory.

The Amsterdamse Poort (old city gate of Haarlem)

A Haarlem city gate dating from around 1400. The gate is positioned at the end of the old route from Amsterdam to Haarlem. .

Teylers Museum

Built in 1778, Teylers is a public location for arts and science. This historical building is among the top 100 Dutch UNESCO heritage sites

The Waag (the Weigh House)

The Waag was built in renaissance style between 1594 and 1599, based on the design and supervision of Haarlem city architect Lieven de Key.

Cathedral of St Bavo

This impressive Roman Catholic cathedral in Haarlem is relatively young, since the work was concluded in 1930. St. Bavo is the city’s patron saint.

Gravestenenbrug

The iconic drawbridge of Haarlem. The buildings along both sides of the embankment are also admirable.

Mooie Nel

If you have more time, take the Mooie Nel route! Many pretty boats sail on this lake when the weather is nice.

Restaurant Zuidam

A nice spot to moor for a bite to eat and a drink. With a beautiful terrace and a nice view of the water.

Nieuwe Gracht

This canal crosses through the centre of Haarlem and both embankments feature impressive canal-side houses.

Hodshon huis

A national city palace monument, built in 1794 and currently the property of the Royal Dutch Society of Science, the most renowned society of scholars in the Netherlands.

Rent a boat and experience a day in Haarlem you will not forget

Cruising through Haarlem by yourself or with friends, colleagues or family is a unique experience. Enjoy the city views from the water and experience how great it is to navigate through the canals of Haarlem yourself. The boarding spot at the Schotersingel 2 is very easy to reach. You can explore the waters from April till November, so reserve your own boat now.

Pick-up location in Haarlem

Our 5 boats in Haarlem are at out small dock at Schotersingel 2 in Haarlem. Here you can pick-up and drop-pff the boat once you have a reservation.

Questions

Do you have questions? Please check the Frequently Asked Questions page or mail us. You can also visit us in Amsterdam, Utrecht or Leiden.

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