The Prague Beer Boat is a 1½ hour trip onboard a cycle boat, cruising through the historical centre of the city.
Powered purely by you, this unique activity on the Vltava River includes unlimited Czech beer (or Prosecco), and your own music played through the onboard speakers.
The Beer Boat is exclusive to your group and takes 4 to 11 passengers: 10 seats with pedals, 1 without. Two boats are available, so up to 22 passengers can take part.
The trip is led by an English/Czech speaking captain, there to steer the boat, point out the sights, and ensure all is well aboard.
After boarding your vessel upstream, we sail towards Charles Bridge, but really it's up to you how far we journey. Don't push it too hard, because there is a motto to remember: Drink - Pedal - Drink!
With the Old Town on one side of the river and the picturesque Lesser Town on the other, there are stunning views of the city's sights to enjoy, such as Prague Castle, the Rudolfinum and the National Theatre.
The beer is free-flowing with cool Czech Budweiser Budvar on tap, for you to pour whenever you wish. If you prefer Prosecco, let us know in Special Requests on the booking form.
The Prague Beer Boat is equipped with Bluetooth speakers to play your own music on, or you can leave the tunes to us.
A removable roof allows for protection from rain or the sun when required.
-Safety: The boats are modern, eco-friendly vessels, newly built for this activity in 2019. They come with Czech and EU certifications. One life vest per passenger is on board.
-Professional staff: The captain is licenced, speaks excellent English, and is a knowledgeable tour guide who knows Prague inside out.
-How much paddling: If you run out of puff, the boats are equipped with an engine to get you home safely.
-Children are permitted and can have soft drinks (please state in Special Requests on the booking form if there are children).
-Toilet breaks: We would suggest going before the trip. We can stop off at certain points, but this slows the trip down.
-Rules & Disclaimer: Participants undertake this activity at their own risk and will be required to sign a disclaimer. The captain reserves the right to terminate the trip if participants fail to follow instructions.