Jan Plezier

Discover the port during a 90-minute boat tour and enjoy some unique views of activities in the Port of Antwerp.

During the trip, you will witness just how much the harbour has grown.  The original quays lay in the city and the port has moved further north with each expansion. You will get a glimpse of what goes on in the terminals, sail past enormous ships measuring hundreds of metres in short, you will get an idea of how gigantic the port really is.  

During the cruise, you can call up a free 45-minute audiovisual tour on your smartphone via https://www.touringapp.com/.  You will receive the password onboard. 

For more details about sailing times and tariffs, please go to: http://www.janplezier.be.

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