2 night mini cruise break to Amsterdam 40% OFF from £47pp @ DFDS Seaways - HotUKDeals
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What's Included
2 nights onboard ship in an en suite cabin
Coach transfers to and from Amsterdam
Coach sightseeing tour
Live entertainment onboard


Mini Cruise Prices
Standard Mini Cruise From £47pp
With Breakfasts included From £65pp
With Breakfasts & Dinners included From £105pp

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#1
Good deal. Thanks.
#2
Great AMSTERDAMAGE break :thumbsup:
#3
Only available from Newcastle.
#4
credington
Only available from Newcastle.


Yes, as DFDS only go to Amsterdam from Newcastle, not from Harwich. Although many moons ago they did
#5
I'd be too scared it sunk.
#6
AshleyRFC
I'd be too scared it sunk.


I'm scared of pirate attacks
[helper]#7
This is a good price but after transfers from Ijmuiden into Amsterdam you only really have about 4 hours in Amsterdam. Its much better to add a night in a hotel if you can.
#8
Excellent thank-you, i've been looking at the prices for this trip as it is my boyf birthday in 2 week, great price so have booked, very excited. Thanks again :thumbsup:
#9
am i doing somthing wrong it says that the cabins start at £68 when i try and choose dates
#10
LJM
This is a good price but after transfers from Ijmuiden into Amsterdam you only really have about 4 hours in Amsterdam. Its much better to add a night in a hotel if you can.


Exactly the point I was going to make. Living in Newcastle, I have been to Amsterdam a couple of times in the last few years and, unless you only want a quick look around, this trip doesn't offer enough time to explore Amsterdam properly and probably isn't worth the overnight ferry trip there and back.

I would personally try to find at least a 3 day deal or more.
#11
federalex
am i doing somthing wrong it says that the cabins start at £68 when i try and choose dates


yeah hats what i got, it was £94 for there and back for 2 people
#12
Just booked for Aug bank holl but total of £200 for two of us going Sat and home Mon am x
#13
Dont forget 8% Quidco !
#14
Zerobob
Exactly the point I was going to make. Living in Newcastle, I have been to Amsterdam a couple of times in the last few years and, unless you only want a quick look around, this trip doesn't offer enough time to explore Amsterdam properly and probably isn't worth the overnight ferry trip there and back.

I would personally try to find at least a 3 day deal or more.


The journey for us is the point of the trip, You can make it a great break if you enjoy the boat, Entertainment is so crap its good lol. Food has always been good and more than enough drink available x
#15
been on the boat - it's a good service. ok, you only get into Amsterdam for the day time but for that price including all the stuff on the boat its pretty good. plenty to do on the boat and the show always is worth a look!
#16
no more available cheap cabin for 4,,end up with £315 price for a family of 4 with 2 breakfasts and 1 dinner only.. and canal trip? is that alright or a bit expensive?

And do we get to the city,,do i need to get the city,,will there be any free bus from the port to the city centre or we have to find our own way,,we might not be able to come back to the port:oops:
#17
mrsbudget
no more available cheap cabin for 4,,end up with £315 price for a family of 4 with 2 breakfasts and 1 dinner only.. and canal trip? is that alright or a bit expensive?

And do we get to the city,,do i need to get the city,,will there be any free bus from the port to the city centre or we have to find our own way,,we might not be able to come back to the port:oops:


I think I paid about £7 for a canal cruise, well worth it IMO and you can book it while you're still on the boat...they announce these sorts of things over the tannoy.

Coach transfers are included. In my experience, when you arrive at Ijmuiden, just outside the passenger terminal there will be coaches waiting and you can either get on one that takes you straight into town and drops you off, or another that will get you into town and then take you on a tour before it drops you.

In the afternoon the coaches return to pick everyone up outside the big hotel opposite the station...there'll be a crowd of other people waiting there as well. Last time I went the coaches did seem a bit delayed, and whilst feeling confident that they surely wouldn't leave bus-loads of people behind, I did shove my way just a little bit onto the first coach that did turn up :p
#18
Food is good on board? :?

Where on earth do you folks eat??? :oops:

It's over-priced and over-whelmingly average at best :thinking:

Coffees start at 5.80 to 7.80 Euros :w00t:
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is this not basically the car ferry to amsterdam with the word 'cruise' added for Kudos? Wont the disco be full or lorry drivers?
#20
funlovincriminal
I'm scared of pirate attacks


dont forget the swine flu, bound to catch it on a cruise ship


:whistling:
#21
Food is good on board?

Where on earth do you folks eat???

It's over-priced and over-whelmingly average at best

Coffees start at 5.80 to 7.80 Euros


[SIZE="4"]Sound like the pirates are running the ship !!!:-D[/SIZE]
[helper]#22
pgilc1
is this not basically the car ferry to amsterdam with the word 'cruise' added for Kudos? Wont the disco be full or lorry drivers?


Yes this is the car ferry! And the food/ drink are expensive - take your own.
Ive been a couple of times and I agree with the previous poster about pushing your way to the front when the coaches come to take you back to the ferry. They were very late both times and not enough of them to get all the waiting passengers on. I dont know if these people who were left behind caught the ferry.
#23
I've done this trip a couple of times and thought it was a nice weekend away. Ferry trip is like marmite, you'll either love it or hate it. Thought it was funny seeing everyone at the Ferry terminal after having been to Amsterdam with their brown paper bags, wonder what they've been buying :-p lol
#24
They don't have anymore for £47
#25
Went on this trip last Thursday on a 2 for 1 offer I posted a while back, costing £32pp

pgilc1
Wont the disco be full or lorry drivers?


Ours was full of bikers returning from the TT i assume. (being a biker myself, that didn't bother me)


muffinman
or another that will get you into town and then take you on a tour before it drops you.

Thats what we did, takes around 45 mins for the tour (after the 45 mins into city centre), and leaves you with around 3 hours to wander around the city.

The buses back to the ferry pick up between 3pm-4pm (Amsterdam time), you get told all of this on the coach trip into the city centre.
#26
eckboy


[SIZE="4"]Sound like the pirates are running the ship !!!:-D[/SIZE]


:thumbsup:

Good one :-D
#27
muffinman
I think I paid about £7 for a canal cruise, well worth it IMO and you can book it while you're still on the boat...they announce these sorts of things over the tannoy.

Coach transfers are included. In my experience, when you arrive at Ijmuiden, just outside the passenger terminal there will be coaches waiting and you can either get on one that takes you straight into town and drops you off, or another that will get you into town and then take you on a tour before it drops you.

In the afternoon the coaches return to pick everyone up outside the big hotel opposite the station...there'll be a crowd of other people waiting there as well. Last time I went the coaches did seem a bit delayed, and whilst feeling confident that they surely wouldn't leave bus-loads of people behind, I did shove my way just a little bit onto the first coach that did turn up :p



thanks muffinman:thumbsup:
#28
So you can take your own food on board???

Can you take your own drinks etc and alcohol.

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