SUN

from € 230

Onboard

Amsterdam SUN HouseBoat is a comfortable

spacious houseboat on top location in the heart

of Amsterdam.  An ideal boat for 2 couples or a

group of friends / family. On board you will find:


2 BEDROOMS with 2 (big) double beds
1 LIVING AREA with 2 bed sofa's
1 KITCHEN and all facilities to cook
1 BATHROOM spacious with a shower
1 SUN DECK outdoor table & charis

 

 

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FREE WiFi

PRIVATE PARKING (upon request)

CENTRAL HEATING

HOT WATER

DRINKING WATER

BED LINEN & TOWELS

HAIRDRYER

CABLE TV

DVD PLAYER

DOCKING STATION FOR I-PHONE I-PAD MP3

FULLY EQUIPPED KITCHEN

SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD

FRIENDLY NEIGHBORS

TOP LOCATION

RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE CITY

BIKE RENTAL NEXT DOOR

SWANS VISITING EVERY DAY

LARGE SUN DECK

Our HouseBoats are located all next to one another -no distance in between boats- in a quiet 'boat village' on top location right in the heart of Amsterdam. Surrounded by boats & birds & friendly neighbors while on board, you only have to cross the street to be in the middle of it all: NieuwMarktSquare RedLightDistrict ChinaTown DamSquare Nemo WaterlooSquare CentralStation trams cars bikes bars shops coffee-shops...  Amsterdam!

 

WALKING DISTANCE

Central Station : 3 minutes

NieuwMarktSquare: 4 minutes

Red Light District: 4 minutes

Waterloo FleeMarket: 5 minutes

Museum of Science: 3 minutes

Dam Square: 5 minutes

Martime Museum: 3 minutes
BUT.... WHY WALK?

Amsterdam SUN houseboat is a river boat. The old skipper transported goods all over Europe. His family traveled with him; the boat was their home. The skipper and his wife slept in the back part of the boat, -a very small space-, together with their children.

 

One day, the children, - boy and a girl-, didn't want to share bedrooms any longer. They wanted to go to a 'normal' school and live a 'normal' life. Without moving around of course. So, the skipper took out the engine, replaced the old roof, and built with his own hands two bedrooms for each of his children to sleep in separately.

 

For him and his wife he bought a new boat, as, even in those days, transporting goods without an engine wasn't the most efficient way to earn money. Later on, his children didn't want to share the kitchen an the bathroom any longer. They wanted to form their own families and live on a 'normal' boat. That can move, of course!

So, the skipper bought two engines for his children and... sold their boat to us.