Pancake Cruise

Pancake Cruise

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Important information

  • Departure times:
    Check the calendar for departures days and times.
  • Check-in:
    15 min. Before departure at Ms. van Riemsdijkweg 33 (take the free NDSM-ferry, 906)
  • Duration:
    1¼ h.
  • Please note:
    Drinks are not included in the price and must be paid for on board.
  • This is a ticket for a specific date and time ('time slotted ticket') and is not refundable without costs. For questions please contact 
  • Please mind that due to new tax regulations, Pannenkoekenboot will charge an additional €1,50 per person on location starting from 1 Jan 2020.
  • Child age:
    0 - 3 years: free
    4 - 13 years: Child ticket

What's included?

  • All-you-can-eat pancakes
  • Buffet with mouthwatering toppings
  • Ball pit for the kids

Pancake Cruise Amsterdam

Join the Pancake boat and discover the best way to try traditional Dutch Pancakes. This 75-minute cruise will take you on the IJ-river on the north side of Amsterdam. During the cruise, you’ll have access to an all-you-can-eat buffet of pancakes. In the buffet, you also find mouthwatering toppings like Dutch cheese, syrup, bacon, fruit, chocolate, marmalade and much, much more. So  make sure you’re hungry when you get on board!

Boat Tour Amsterdam

This pancake boat tour in Amsterdam will take you out on the IJ-river. Here you can see the modern side of Amsterdam with the A’DAM Tower, the EYE Museum and the THIS IS HOLLAND attraction. In summer you’ll most likely also pass the huge cruise ships that dock in the harbor. It’s always a sight to behold. Kids won’t have a chance to get bored either on the cruise, in the back of the boat you’ll find an enormous ball pit where they can play for as long as they like.

Best pancakes in town

Eating traditional Dutch pancakes is something you can't miss out on when visiting the Netherlands. The pancakes are usually larger and much thinner than their American counterparts, but a little thicker than crepes. The best way to eat them is to load them up with toppings and that’s exactly what you get a chance of doing during this pancake cruise. Are you ready to try some of the best pancakes in the city? Join the Pancake Cruise and dine on the water.