Peter de Grote is part of a quartet of ships built by the EscherWyss firm in Zurich in 1939. The occasion was the Landi, the international land exhibition held that year on the shores of Lake Constance. After the ship was taken out of service in 1997, it was brought to the Netherlands via the Rhine. The Peter de Grote is a beautiful saloon ship in Amsterdam and is equipped with all the facilities that make a carefree stay on board possible. From a cozy, classic interior, you can enjoy unobstructed views. Together with the saloon area, the fore and aft deck give many possibilities aboard.