Ideal location for superyachts
Amsterdam has the ideal location, also in terms of regulations and repair facilities.
The city centre is listed on UNESCO's World Heritage List. It has the best berths for super yachts, including the iconic Maritime Museum and the Passenger Terminal Amsterdam.
Amsterdam is a lively city with top museums, luxury shops, culinary restaurants and famous festivals. A truly unique destination to explore.
The port of Amsterdam is very accessible, tideless and has a helicopter platform.
What's more, within 15 minutes you'll be at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, the third largest airport in Europe.
Superyacht facilities in Amsterdam
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Tariffs, terms and conditions
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Captain of a superyacht
'The berth next to Het Scheepvaartmuseum is the best in Amsterdam. This is where the owners and their guests stay closest to the countless attractions of the city. With the experience I now have, I can already see that Amsterdam is becoming an important port of call for us and other yachts sailing this region.'
Northern European Route
Amsterdam is an obvious stop-off for superyachts heading to the increasingly fashionable cruising destinations in Scandinavia, the Baltic, the Fjords and the Artic region. This new pathway is now known as the Northern European Route.
Alma Prins was appointed head of the new Cargo & Offshore cluster as of 1 November.
The new digital web app Arrivals is live. This application gives you access to information about all ship movements in the port of Amsterdam.
With the arrival of Royal Huisman, the port of Amsterdam has attracted yet another yacht manufacturer with a Royal Charter. The company will be operating from the former Holland Jachtbouw wharf in Zaandam, which will be owned by Port of Amsterdam from the 14th of May 2019.
The port of Amsterdam welcomed a total of 41,424 barges and 7,525 sea-going vessels in 2018, including 180 sea cruise ships. The numbers for 2017 were 40,012 and 7,011, respectively.