Fleet

Canal Cruises Delft owns 4 cruise boots, 2 pedal boats and some E-boats. All are build to persist Dutch weather conditions and fit under the low bridges in Delft. The cruise boats can sail with completely opened or closed glass roof.

Antoni van Leeuwenhoek

A fully electrical cruise boat from 2016, named after the famous Delft microbiologist. It has space for 48 passengers, temporarily limited to 20 passengers, due to COVID-19 measures.

William the Silent

A fully electrical cruise boat from 1997, the first in the Netherlands! It is named after the country’s founding father William of Orange. The boat offers space for 48 passengers, temporarily limited to 20 passengers, due to COVID-19 measures.

Hugo de Groot

A boat powered by marine diesel, named after the Delft jurist buried in the New Church of Delft. The boat offers space for 40 passengers, temporarily limited to 12 passengers, due to COVID-19 measures.

Johannes Vermeer

A boat powered by marine diesel, the oldest in the fleet! It is named after the famous Delft painter. The boat offers space for 32 passengers, temporarily limited to 10 passengers, due to COVID-19 measures.

Pedal boats

Discover the Delft canals by yourself, on a pedal boat. Propel yourself by ‘cycling’ in the water. A pedal boat offers room to 4 adult passengers. Navigate through the city center guided by a route map. To rent for € 15,00 per hour.