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Rederij ‘t Smidtje biedt een bijzonder en uitgebreid assortiment aan rondvaarten. Van een intiem boottochtje voor twee personen tot een vaarevenement voor een groot gezelschap: u vindt vast en zeker een passend schip in onze vloot.
Ruysdaelkade 174, 1072 AT Amsterdam, The Netherlands
We booked the boat 't Smidtje for a 2 hour trip together with a guide. Overall a nice experience. Making the reservation for the group and the administrative handling were very good. What wasn't clear is the fact that you have to book and pay...More
We enjoyed an evening canal cruise during the Amsterdam Light festival. Very comfortable boats, friendly staff who gave plenty of explanation. Mainly in Dutch though which could be a bit of an issue for international visitors. A bit of a hassle changing over our online...More
I was on one of the boats for a business dinner during a cruise through the Amsterdam canals in Jan 2016.
A very friendly crew was taking care of us, with enough waiters for all of us (we were about 25-30 people on each of...More
We had a farewell party one evening in November and the boat (15 persons max) was very nice as well as the canal trip. For us it could have lasted longer (time is very strict/not flexible) and food could have been more and of higher...More
We organised a boat trip with this company for my wife's 50th birthday.
From start to finish they were helpful in the extreme, with ideas for food, where to go etc.
The boat picked us all up from our Hotel, before taking us on a...More
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