The Anne Bonney glides noiselessly and 100% emission-free through Amsterdam. A perfect way to admire the city from the water when you do not have all the time in the world. Over open water the Anne Bonney brings you quickly from, for example, the Eye Film Museum to the Harbour Club.
The Anne Bonney has a capacity of 4 and brings you quickly in style to the Tzaar Peter House in Zaandam, the historic quayside of Marken or the stately Ouderkerk aan de Amstel.
The Anne Bonney has historical connections. During the days of prohibition in the USA boats such as this were used to smuggle rum. This says something about the adventurous character and speed of the Anne Bonney. Anne Bonney was the first female pirate. With her skill and ingenuity she ruled the seven seas. She was feared and admired by many seafarers. The Anne Bonney was inspired by the design used by Zimmer for the Hackercraft: a sea-worthy, light-weight, aluminium hull fitted with a beautiful mahogany deck.
E-boats has made the Anne Bonney’s engine wholly electric so that you can enjoy the best of your trip through the Amsterdam canals emission free. It goes without saying that the Anne Bonney provides luxury amenities such as champagne cooling, toilet and a music installation.
Up to 4 persons
Boarding: boarding and getting off board without any extra costs can be done at any public landing dock within the city centre (from Singelgracht/Prinsengracht to Singel and the Wallen area).
Central and convenient boarding locations are the Jordaan area (Café 't Smalle or Herenmarkt) and near Central Station (Schreierstoren).
If you prefer to board outside the city centre, we will inform you about the additional costs upon your request.
Boat rental include skipper, VAT and tourist tax.