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Heart of Holland Cruise

April & May 2020

8 days from £795pp

Discover authentic Holland on a cruise through the ‘Green Heart of the Netherlands. Visit one of the oldest towns in the country, indulge in dairy delights in the cheese town of Gouda and see the colourful tulips at Keukenhof Gardens.
  • Visit Deventer, one of The Netherlands oldest towns
  • Spend time in the famous 'cheese town' of Gouda and indulge in some delicious dairy produce 
  • See the spectacular floral displays at Keukenhof Gardens 
  • Enjoy the views as we sail through Nieuwe Meersluis, known as ‘the green heart of the Netherlands’ 
If it’s good enough for Captain Wido then it’s good enough for us! Join us on our new and exclusive itinerary, mapped by the Captain himself. We’ll sail you through the greatest sights from Arnhem to Dordrecht, as you voyage on none other than the legendary MPS Lady Anne. We follow the rivers and canals to discover classical Holland, including the quaint fishing town of Medemblik, the historic city of Den Helder, the picture perfect green heart of Holland at Nieuwe Meersluis and the sensational Keukenhof Gardens.

Your Accommodation

MPS Lady Anne

Since 2002 Captain Wido has been welcoming guests aboard the popular MPS Lady Anne. The charismatic Dutchman and his handpicked crew are undoubtedly why guests fall in love with this small ship, returning year on year to cruise Europe’s waterways on this unique heritage vessel. Captain Wido has created a floating home from home with the emphasis on old-fashioned comfort rather than luxury. However, he runs a tight ship, and from the spotless brass furnishings and smart uniforms, to the well-presented meals and sparkling glassware, the crew’s attention to detail is second to none. Carrying just one hundred guests, MPS Lady Anne is a vessel that simply oozes authenticity, and for anyone looking to enjoy a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, she is the perfect ship to explore the Rhine and Moselle rivers, or the Dutch and Belgian waterways.