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Enchanting Rhine River Golf Cruise

Enchanting Rhine River Golf Cruise

£6799 per person

2 NIGHTS AMSTERDAM | 5 ROUNDS OF GOLF | 7 NIGHT CRUISE | MICHELIN STAR WELCOME DINNER – MAY 2023 – JUNE 2023 – VARIOUS DATES

The Rhine river & the capital of Europe.

Your tour includes 5 of the leading golf courses in Europe, including Hilversumsche Golf Club, Golf Club Lage Vuursche, Kölner Golf Club, Mainzer Golf Club, Golf Club Le Kempferhof, Golf Saint Applolinaire.

Designers such as Jack Nicklaus and Bernhard Langer and course shapers such as Mick McShane lay the foundation for great golfing experience. Hosting European Tour events adds to the already high standards displayed by these golfing gems in the heart of Europe.

Spending 7 nights in luxury accommodation in an outside stateroom (most with twin balconies) whilst enjoying the Chef’s Table specialty restaurant with a La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs exclusive dining experience.

Imagine golfing at world-class courses in different countries all on one trip. Imagine not having to organize tee times, transportation, club cleaning and so on.

Imagine having your favorite luxury hotel follow you wherever you go with everything you need for the perfect vacation. AmaWaterways has created a match made in heaven to enable you to do just that—luxury river cruising and golf.

Enjoy dinner at one of the best restaurants in Amsterdam, Sample the pleasure of a 6 course tasting menu at the Vermeer Restaurant.

While you are teased with 6 exquisite courses from the chef’s celebrated tasting menu, you are may choose a wine to accompany your meal or a different one for each course – its left to your

Contoured by vineyard-clad hills and castles from yesteryear, the legendary Rhine captivates – and we invite you discover the flavor of this tantalizing region on a Celebration of Wine River Cruise with enhanced epicurean experiences included in the price of your cruise.

Immerse yourself in France’s Alsace region in its welcoming capital, Strasbourg, and its priceless gem, Riquewihr. Discover Breisach, rising above the vineyards of the Rhine, and Freiburg, one of Germany’s sunniest cities and gateway to the Black Forest.

Fabled towns lost in time present you with the chance to taste local flavors—Rüdesheimer coffee and Kölsch beer—and to touch history up close with guided hikes and bike rides. From Amsterdam’s colorful canals to Germany’s the Black Forest, journey into the heart of the destinations you visit.

With this seamless golfing experience, guests are transferred from ship to course and back by private luxury Mercedes.

Once on the course, you need only golf and enjoy—your tee time, practice balls and golf cart are prepared in advance, and after your round enjoy lunch in the course clubhouse.

10 Nights Tour
21+ Age
  • Destination
  • Departure
    Amsterdam - Zurich
  • Departure Time
    Embark / 6:00PM
  • Return Time
    Disembark / 9:00AM
  • Dress Code
    The AmaWaterways dress code suggests golf club casual on-board their ships, such as cotton or linen clothes. This could include trousers and shirt for men – without the need for a tie or jacket – and dresses or trousers with a blouse for women.
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PORTS OF CALL: 

  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Cologne. Germany
  • Rüdesheim, Germany
  • Ludwigshafen, Germany
  • Strasbourg, France
  • Breisach, Germany
  • Basel, Switzerland

VOYAGE ITINERARY

DAY 3 - AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS – EMBARKATION
Board the ship in Amsterdam for your Captivating Rhine cruise, overnight in port
DAY 4 - AMSTERDAM
There are 165 canals in Amsterdam, and you’ll get enjoy some of them on your canal cruise.
Later in the day, set sail out of Amsterdam. (B,L,D)
DAY 5 - COLOGNE, GERMANY
Enjoy cruising to Cologne.
Join a guided tour through the Old Town and explore the UNESCO-designated Cologne Cathedral, one of Germany’s most revered Gothic masterpieces.
Continue to the Cologne Rathaus, Germany’s oldest town hall, plus see other local sights.
For a different view, visit a local tavern to taste its famous Kölsch beer, only made in Cologne, and reibekuchen mit apfelmus, potato pancakes typically served with applesauce.
DAY 6 - RHINE GORGE - RÜDESHEIM
RHINE GORGE - RÜDESHEIM
Cruise through the captivating UNESCO-designated Rhine Gorge, the most stunningly beautiful stretch of the river before reaching the winemaking town of Rüdesheim.
Join a wine tasting to discover the flavors of the town’s iconic vineyards.
Or drink up the stunning views by soaring high above the vineyards with a gondola ride to the Niederwalddenkmal.
DAY 7 - LUDWIGSHAFEN
Ludwigshafen is your gateway to a choice of three excursions.
Visit Heidelberg, the perfectly preserved medieval city nestled in the Neckar River Valley along Germany’s Castle Road.
Discover the iconic red sandstone Heidelberg Castle and Great Vat, an 18th-century, 49,000-gallon wine cask.
For a more active adventure while in Heidelberg, join a guided hike up the Philosopher’s Path, aptly named during the Romantic Period, and enjoy panoramic views of the city.
DAY 8 - STRASBOURG, FRANCE
Strasbourg offers flavors of both France and Germany because of its borderline location.
Enjoy a panoramic tour past the stunning Parc de l’Orangerie, the European Parliament and the Place de la République before walking through its iconic “La Petite France” district, lifted straight from the pages of a fairytale.
Wander through charming streets past the Cathédrale de Nôtre Dame with its famous astronomical clock.
DAY 9 - BREISACH, GERMANY
Breisach is your gateway to several different excursions.
Step back in time with a visit to the enchanting Alsatian town of Riquewihr, which looks almost the same as it did in the 16th century.
On your walking tour, admire historic architecture and famous sights, such as the Dolder Gate.
Alternatively, head to Freiburg, founded in 1120 and home to the Freiburg’s Münster, a Gothic cathedral said to have “the most beautiful spire on earth.”
DAY 10 - BASEL, SWITZERLAND – DISEMBARKATION
Transfer to Basel or Zurich for your flight home or extension of your golf cruise experiance

Location

HILVERSUMSCHE GOLF CLUB, HILVERSUM, NETHERLANDS

Championship Course, Host of the KLM Open

This club is one of the most exclusive in the Netherlands and celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2010. In recent years, the course, located in the Kievitsdal, has been renovated by architect Kyle Philips, with the original landscape and aspects of the former architect Harry S. Colt being retained wherever possible.

In 2010, all renovations were completed for the Hilversumsche Golf Club to host the KLM Dutch Open for the 25th time.
Ranked 49th in Europe, the heathland course of the Hilversumsche last hosted the Dutch Open from 2010 - 2012 with Martin Kaymer, Simon Dyson and Peter Hanson each triumphant over the beautiful Phillips and Colt designs.

GOLF CLUB LAGE VUURSCHE, DEN DOLDER, NETHERLANDS

Championship Course

Ranked 72nd in Europe, this championship course was a collaboration between Kyle Philips and Robert Trent Jones II, ambitiously turning the flat farmland into its former glory of rolling terrain flanked by woodlands.

With stunning maintenance and fantastic design features, this track is deservedly in the European top 100 courses.

KÖLNER GOLF CLUB, COLOGNE, GERMANY

Links Course

Designed by leading German Architect Heinz Fehring, who also coached 2 times Masters Champion Bernhard Langer, this little gem is a mere 8 km from the Unesco World Heritage Site of the Cologne Cathedral.

The links course is a Par 63 short course with a slope rating of 115, so it is still a challenge.
The driver tends to stay in the bag and as typical of links courses shot making is the key to scoring well.

MAINZER GOLF CLUB, BUDENHEIM, GERMANY

Canyon Course

Near the fabulous city of Mainz, a vision came true.

A 18-Hole Championship Golf Course, built in 2007, with spectacular scenery located in the middle of a former stone quarry.
So different are the front 9 compared to the back 9 holes.
Tied swath, narrow rocky ledges, high steep faces are guiding the game on the Canyon Course.
On the Panorama Course your view will widen to the beautiful landscapes of Rheinhessen and the Rheingau, two wine regions geographically located left and right side of the Rhein river.
In a unique kind of harmony, each fairway is perfectly integrated into the local landscape.
Right here, a place has been created, which both stands for a sustainable, ecologically prestigious project as well as a true challenge for golfers at any playing level.

GOLF CLUB LE KEMPFERHOF, PLOBSHEIM, FRANCE

Championship Course.

Ranked 49th in continental Europe, this 1990 Robert von Hagge design is one of the most beautiful courses in the Alsace region.

Situated in a beautiful 85 Hectare park, the 19th century former hunting lodge doubles as the Golf Club.
Plenty of water and bold bunkering typify this very challenging golf course.
Situated just a few miles south of the capital city of Europe, Strasbourg, the course is the perfect complement to the region.

GOLF SAINT APPOLINAIRE, BASEL, SWITZERLAND

Measuring 6,800 meters from its longest tees, this 18-hole par 72 championship course shows its tournament class.

Thanks to 5 strongly staggered tee boxes, the course also offers recreational golfers the chance to enjoy a relaxed round from the front tees.

Every hole has its own unmistakable character and associated strategy.

The large, decisive water hazards and bunkers guarantee an exciting round of golf in the former fruit garden of the Cistercian monks who built the monastery in the 12th century

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