Holland Princess Cruises

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About Holland Princess Cruises

If you want to explore Holland, Michigan in style, then check out Holland Princess Cruises, where your adventure is out on the water! The Holland Princess is a 65ft Victorian style paddle-wheeler, and offers a number of family-friendly cruises for you to enjoy, and see Holland from a whole new point of view!

The cruises will take you out onto Lake Michigan and Lake Macatawa, and even past the Big red lighthouse!

You can choose from a lunch or dinner cruise, and enjoy a delicious meal as you pass by picturesque lake homes, historic land marks, and nature doing what it does best!

There are only a number of lunch cruises scheduled throughout the summer, so the dinner cruises offer you more flexibility within the schedule. Your admission includes a meal, beverages and a dessert, so make sure you arrive with an empty stomach!

A dinner cruise is always an amazing way to end a great day of exploring the history and culture of a town, and so why not end your day in Holland the same way?

Just sit back, relax, and take in the sights whilst the captain does the rest!

All aboard - your adventure is about to depart the docks!

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Adults $65.00 for dinner cruise

Children $35.00 for dinner cruise

Free Under 2 years

Last Update 2023

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Holland Princess Cruises FAQ’s

I’m Hungry! Can I get food at Holland Princess Cruises?

The cruise offers meals so you won't go hungry (and yes there are desserts!)

Any top tips when visiting?

It's a good idea to wear layers, as the winds can get chilly out on the water!

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You can book a lunch cruise almost any day if you have over 20 people in your group, and dinner cruises can be booked with over 30 people in your party!

Is Holland Princess Cruises fully accessible?

Give them a call to ask about the accessibility!

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