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Dutch Canals Golf Cruise with European Waterways

Dutch Canals Golf Cruise with European Waterways

per person

6 Nights | 4 Rounds | Various dates Mar 2023 – May 2023

Golf Travel Cruise presents this exceptional 6-night, 4-round golf voyage and sightseeing adventure that cruises through the Netherlands canal systems.

This private charter holds a total of 12 guests on board the outstanding Hotel Barge Panache.

Panache is a hotel barge that has been fitted out in traditional yacht style with brass and mahogany fittings in the spacious public areas and very comfortable cabin accommodation.

In the saloon, the panoramic windows let in plenty of natural light, and the tempting cocktail bar and comfortable leather sofas are enhanced by polished hardwood flooring.

The separate roomy dining area provides a congenial setting for up to 12 guests to enjoy the gourmet meals and fine wines served on board.

This carefully crafted itinerary will also allow us 4 great golfing opportunities including the stunning Amsterdamse Golf Club, one of the oldest clubs in the Netherlands, Kennemer Golf and Country Club, the Royal Hague Golf and Country Club considered one of the most beautiful in the European Continent, and finally Golfbaan Delfland; a challenging course with many water hazards.


  • Tour Keukenhof Gardens with the largest display of flowers in the world
    Visit the Aalsmeer flower auction
  • Tour the fascinating conservation area at Enkhuizen
  • Visit the Royal Delft pottery to see the world-famous earthenware being hand-made and painted
  • Tour picturesque Haarlem and visit a museum of the Dutch painter, Franz Hals
  • Tour the charming city of Leiden, Rembrandt’s birthplace
6 Nights Tour
21+ Age
  • Destination
  • Departure
    Amsterdam - Amsterdam
  • Departure Time
    Embark / 3:00PM
  • Return Time
    Disembark / 9:00AM
  • Dress Code
    There is no specific dress code for daytime onboard.


  • Alkmaar, Netherlands
  • Zaanse Schans, Netherlands
  • Haarlem, Netherlands
  • Oude Wetering, Netherlands
  • Leiden, Netherlands
  • Delft, Netherlands


Sunday, Day 1 AlkmaarGuests are met in Amsterdam** and transferred by private minibus to Panache.
Once aboard enjoy a champagne welcome and an introduction to your crew and hotel barge.
Dinner on board.
Monday, Day 2 Alkmaar to Zaanse Schans
This morning we cruise to Zaanse Schans near Amsterdam, a place renowned for its wooden windmills, barns and houses built in the traditional Dutch style.
After lunch, depart for our afternoon of golf at Amsterdamse Golf Club. Founded in 1934, it is one of the oldest clubs in the Netherlands.
Tuesday, Day 3 Zaanse Schans to Haarlem
We enjoy an early morning cruise to the historical city of Haarlem, dating back to the 13th Century.
After an early lunch, enjoy a round of golf at Kennemer Golf and Country Club.
Founded in 1910, the course is about 1.5 km from the sea and consists of three series of nine holes.
This evening, enjoy dinner ashore at a local restaurant.
Wednesday, Day 4 Haarlem to Oude Wetering
An optional very early morning tour is to the Aalsmeer Flower auction, where some 17 million cut flowers from all over the world are traded here each day.
Return to the hotel barge for a breakfast cruise to Oude Wetering, our mooring for tonight.
This afternoon marks a cruise highlight, with a walk through the world famous Keukenhof Gardens.
Known as the garden of Europe, with more than 100 acres filled with over 7 million flowering bulbs, we stroll through breath-taking waves of colour on this unforgettable half day excursion.
Free time this evening to cycle along the many towpaths around the lake or visit a local cheese market, in the nearby medieval town of Gouda.
The large Gothic church of Sint Janskerk in Gouda is known especially for its magnificent stain glass windows, for which it has been placed on the UNESCO list of Dutch monuments.
Dinner on board.
Thursday, Day 5 Oude Wetering to Leiden
After breakfast, we cruise to Leiden.
Home to one of the oldest universities in the country and the birthplace of Rembrandt.
Leiden is a historical city full of charm and character. Perfect for those who like to cycle, or simply stroll the banks of the pretty tree-lined canals.
This afternoon, tee off at Koninklijke Haagsche, the Royal Hague Golf and Country Club considered one of the most beautiful on the European Continent.
The course consists of 18 holes situated in an undulating dune landscape, providing impressive views.
Return to the hotel barge for dinner on board.
Friday, Day 6 Leiden to Delft
Morning cruise arriving in Delft by lunchtime, our final mooring for the week.
Delft is well known for its pottery ceramic products, which were styled on the imported Chinese porcelain of the 17th century.
This beautiful, unspoiled town is more than 750 years old and began as the home port of the Dutch East India Company.
Following lunch, we depart for Golfbaan Delfland; a challenging course with many water hazards, strategically placed bunkers, and breathtaking vistas.
Tonight enjoy the Captain's Farewell Dinner on board.
Captain’s Farewell Dinner on board at the delightful mooring in the village of Le Somail.
Saturday, Day 7 DelftAfter breakfast, guests are transferred by private chauffeured minibus to their choice of location in Amsterdam**.
*This is a sample itinerary and is subject to change.
** Alternative locations available for Charter bookings
On alternate weeks the cruise is in the reverse direction.
Golf cruises include pre-booked and paid tee times and transfers to and from the golf clubs.
Hire of clubs, caddy or buggy are not included.


Founded in 1934, it is one of the oldest clubs in the Netherlands; the typical characteristics of the course are water hazards with reeds.


The Kennemer Golf & Country Club is the oldest links course in the Netherlands (founded in 1910) and is often named among the most beautiful courses in the world.
The course is located just behind the sea in undulating dunes and consists of three sets of nine holes, namely the A-holes (Van Hengel course), the B-holes (the Pennink course) and the C-holes (the Colt course).
The courses are named after former executive and honorary member Mr. SJH van Hengel and golf architects Frank Pennink and Harry Colt.
The various combinations are all pretty tough and require accuracy.


The Royal Hague Golf Club, as it is known in English, is the oldest golf club in Holland and was founded in 1893 on linksland that was destroyed during World War II.
The club’s current course was actually designed by Harry Colt for a wealthy Dutch golfer in 1938, who then sold the layout to the homeless golf club in the late 1940’s.
The return takes shape in a bright and sporty plain designed around a 2,5-hectare lake.


Delfland is considered by many as the most sociable golf course in Holland!
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