|Contact name||Mr. Dick de Graaff|
|Address||Piet Heinkade 27, 1019 BR, Amsterdam|
|Telephone||+31 (0)20 5091000|
|Fax||+31 (0)20 5091009|
|Emergency Telephone||+31 (0)20 5091006|
|Operating Hours||24 hours|
|Local Time||GMT +1|
|Berth and suppliers information|
|Berth name||Passenger Terminal Amsterdam|
|Length quay||600 metres|
|Beam quay||12 to 30 metres|
|Hight quay||2 metres above waterline|
|Max crane lifting capacity||30 ton cranes|
The Haven Operatie Centrum (Port Operations Centre) uses this information to create a lock schedule.
|Maximun vessel anchored||No restrictions|
|Maximun length||340 metres|
|Maximun beam||39 metres|
|Maximun draught||8.80 metres|
The Passenger Terminal Amsterdam has numerous facilities for cruise ships and their guests. Below is a list of the most important terminal facilities:
Many cruise ships arriving in the Dutch capital berth at our unique premises on the banks of the IJ in Amsterdam. Passenger Terminal Amsterdam team welcomes 300,000 passengers on an annual basis and efficiently docks the approx. 150 ships carrying these passengers. Passenger Terminal Amsterdam also hosts a large number of events, small and large, and always spectacular!
Amsterdam is a very popular tourist attraction and has a lot to offer. For this reason, it is becoming an increasingly popular cruise ship destination. Amsterdam – like a cruise – is a unique experience. Amsterdam’s magnificent city centre is compact, which means that everything is within walking distance – from the diamond factories to the world-famous museums. There are also many tourist attractions and excursions in the surrounding areas. For complete information about activities in and around Amsterdam, please visit the following websites: www.iamsterdam.com.