Amsterdam to Basel
7 Night Rhine Cruise




Amsterdam to Basel

Day Port Arr Dep Comments
1 Amsterdam (Netherlands)     Embarkation 2:00pm
2 Amsterdam (Netherlands)   6:00am  
  Hoorn (Netherlands) 10:00am 6:00pm Optional city tour of
3 Emmerich 09:00am 3:00pm  
4 Cologne (Germany) 6:00am 6:00pm Optional city tour with free time
5 Rudesheim (Germany) 11:00am 6:00pm  
6 Speyer (Germany) 8:00am 7:00pm Optional city tour with free time
7 Breisach (Germany) 11:00am 11:59pm  
8 Basel (Switzerland) 08:00am   Disembarkation 10:00

DAY 1: Amsterdam (Embarkation)

Board your ship in Amsterdam where you will be welcomed by the crew. Settle into your cabin and enjoy your first dinner on board. Overnight in Amsterdam.

DAY 2: Amsterdam - Hoorn

Amsterdam is an incredibly varied city. It’s old yet modern, relaxed yet bustling, and arty while also being commercial. With almost 7,500 listed buildings, it has the highest concentration of historical monuments in the whole country. When your Rhine cruise calls at Amsterdam, you’ll be able to discover a piece of history around every corner.

The delightful little town of Hoorn lies on the Ijsselmeer, towards the northern Rhine. Back in the 16th century, Hoorn was one of the Netherlands’ most important ports. Today, many of its buildings still bear witness to this heyday. A visit to Hoorn during your Rhine cruise is an activity not be missed.

DAY 3: Emmerich

The small beautiful town of Emmerich on the lower Lower Rhine gives you a nice time out on land during your cruise. Here you can take a stroll along the promenade and enjoy the magnificent view of the Rhine while discovering the "Golden Gate Bridge of the Lower Rhine", a suspension bridge spanning over the Rhine, which, just like its role model, can be seen from afar in vibrant red. Definitely worth taking a souvenir photo!

DAY 4: Cologne

Cologne, the old Cathedral city, is also one of the most important traffic hubs and commercial centres in Germany, with world famous trade fairs and a busy shipping traffic. Cologne developed out of a Roman colony and looks back on a history of more than 2000 years. In the Middle Ages it was one of the leading towns in Germany. The Second World War destroyed most of the inner city; these parts were rebuilt in a modern style. The landmark and emblem of the city is the Cathedral, a masterpiece of High Gothic architecture and one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. Other tourist attractions are the town hall, the Malakoff Tower, the St Martin Church and the old abbey.

DAY 5:  Rudesheim

The town describes its biggest attraction, the world-famous Drosselgasse, as ‘144 metres of joie de vivre’. This centre of Rhine Romanticism once inspired poets and musicians – it was here that Brahms composed his Symphony No. 3. Rüdesheim is the best-known spot in the Rheingau and has plenty of cultural attractions, including stately homes and fortifications. And no visit to the towns and countryside of this area of the Rhine would be complete without a Rüdesheim coffee, which was invented here.

DAY 6:  Germersheim or Speyer

Speyer is a historic old imperial city, which is situated on the left bank of the Rhine. From 1294 to 1797 it was a free imperial city, and the Imperial Diet met frequently in Speyer during that period. It suffered severe destruction in 1689 during the war over the Palatinate succession. The symbol of Speyer is the huge cathedral, one of the most important cathedrals built in the High Romanesque period.

DAY 7:  Breisach

The little town of Breisach perches on a steep cliff along the Rhine, to the south-west of the Kaiserstuhl hills. Its main landmark is the cathedral, Münster Sankt Stephan. Set high above the town on a hill (Latin name: Mons Brisiacus), the church overlooks the Rhine valley, housing an impressive collection of artworks. Geldermann, a well-known producer of sparkling wine, is also based here. A visit to Breisach is an absolute must during your Rhine cruise.

DAY 8:  Basel (Disembarkation)

Your Southern Rhine Cruise comes to an end this morning as you disembark in Cologne after breakfast.


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2023 Per Person Cruise Only Fares   

Departure Ship Cat (S) Deck 1
Back Deck
Cat (A)
Deck 1
Cat (C) Deck 2 French Doors Cat (D) Deck 3 French Doors Cat (G)
Deck 1
Family Cabin
Cat (E) Deck 3 Jr Suite with French Doors Cat (F) Deck 3 Balcony Suite
11-May-23 Aqua $2154 $2374 $2814 $3034      
10-Sep-23 Aqua $2154 $2374 $2814 $3034      
17-Sep-23 Aqua $2154 $2374 $2814 $3034      
24-Sep-23 Aqua $2154 $2374 $2814 $3034      
01-Oct-23 Aqua $2154 $2374 $2814 $3034      
10-Sep-23 Aqua $2154 $2374 $2814 $3034      
17-Sep-23 Aqua $2154 $2374 $2814 $3034      
24-Sep-23 Aqua $2154 $2374 $2814 $3034      
01-Oct-23 Aqua $2154 $2374 $2814 $3034      


* N0 Single Supplement

REGULAR Rate includes: cruise and port taxes, 1 INCLUDED excursion, and a beverage package - Soft Drinks, as well as tea and coffee specialties, Beer, sparkling white wine, as well as open wines and daily recommendations from the wine menu (by the glass), Cocktails and long drinks throughout the day and evening. Sightseeing excursions are not included and can be booked onboard.


3 Deck Ship

3 Deck


4 Deck Ship

Deck 4 Deck 4
Deck 3 Deck 3
Green Cabins are Cat D with
French doors, Lite blue is Jr Suite with French Doors and Dark blue are suites with balconies
Deck 2 Deck 2
Cabins are Cat C with 
French doors
Deck 1 Deck 1
2 yellow cabins 
are Cat S
Other cabins are Cat A