Dutch Cruise Line was founded by a team of experts in the field of river cruises. The founders not only have extensive experience in the organisation, execution and management of river cruises, but they also specialize in the organisation and execution of river cruises with special destinations. All the while with a clear goal in mind: True quality, where the passenger comes first. What sets us apart at Dutch Cruise Line is that we almost always travel with a captain/owner aboard. This means that even more attention will be paid to the execution of the cruise aboard the ship, or in other words: the captain himself will guarantee excellent service aboard his ship!
With a modern fleet of cruise ships with limited dimensions we travel to the German and Polish islands in the Baltic Sea, passing the spectacular nature of the Oder Delta. The ships “Princess” and “Johannes Brahms” make multiple journeys a year (mostly in spring) to the centre of Prague. During Advent our ships visit intimate, charming (and not overcrowded!) Christmas markets in Flanders. Moreover, our (cycling) cruises through the Ardennes have quickly become very popular!
Our hospitable, friendly and well-educated crew will do anything to give passengers at Dutch Cruise Line an unforgettable cruise vacation every single time. Aboard the cruise ships smoking is not permitted, with the exception of a few tables on the sundeck.
We hope our website has provided you with a clear impression of the unique character of our special cruises and their advantages. Whether you’re looking for senior citizen cruises, group travel, charters, incentives or hotel stays, at Dutch Cruise Line, you and your guests have come to the right place.
We are proud to present another ship into the Dutch Cruise Line fleet. The modern MS Olympia is the latest vessel acquired, and the vessel entered our fleet in January 2018.
This elegant and cosy river cruise vessel with a capacity of 96 passengers in 49 cabins will sail the Rhine and his tributaries, the Danube, and the Dutch and Belgian Waterways.