Vltava Steamboat

Steamboat Vltava

The restaurant paddle steamer the Vltava is one of the last two historical steamboats on the Vltava River. The other is the Vyšehrad.

Even after several complete refurbishments it has preserved its unmistakable historic charm, making it a favourite place for weddings and company events, as well as a unique place for conferences or teambuilding exercises.

You can also use them for sightseeing tours of historical Prague, cruises to the zoo and traditional cruises to Slapy or Mělník.

About the boat:

  • first launched in 1940 in the Prague shipyards as a passenger ship
  • in 2013 it was ceremoniously added to the list of Czech cultural monuments
  • includes a restaurant, café, wine bar, bar and salon
  • the steamboat has a partially covered viewing deck
  • the steamboat is powered by a steam engine – the engine room can be viewed
  • in 1991 it was rebuilt into a restaurant steamboat
  • the most recent modernisation was in 2009
  • 1 hour of steamboat cruising requires 3 service hours worked
  • in 2011 and 2014 the Vltava steamboat took part in a steamboat festival in Dresden

Capacity & technical parameters:

  • the steam engine's power is 112.5 kW (150 k)
Seated capacity - dinnerMax. capacityCapacity - cocktailsLengthWidth
110 200 200 53 m 5 m

Virtual tour of the steamboat:

Steamboat Vltava Exterior

Steamboat Vltava Interior

 

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