About the Activity

Amsterdam Flyboarding is the Wildest new Water sport in the Netherlands!

Amsterdam Flyboarding is an incredible new water sport, and a brand new addition to our activities selection!  Learn all about it at a professional flyboarding school right here in Amsterdam!

Flyboarding is a mind blowing new water sports activity invented by French water-craft rider Franky Zapata.

Being water crazy, it didn’t take long for the Netherlands to get in on the action, and Amsterdam’s dedicated Flyboarding school aims to bring this breathtaking activity to Amsterdam!  And what an activity – flyboarding is like nothing you’ve ever seen before!  Flyboarding uses water propulsion to lift the rider above the water and into the air, with balance provided by hand held stabilisers.  In laments terms, you fly like a super hero!

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This is an unforgettable activity and an awesome center piece event for any Amsterdam holiday!

The school can accommodate groups of any size up to 100, meaning this is a great choice for a large scale party or a corporate event.  Friendly and professional staff will be on hand to help you get the hang of this challenging activity.   You’ll never forget flyboarding for the first time – a truly original Amsterdam experience!

Looking for more great Amsterdam activities?  Look no further!  We have a huge collection of events, attractions and services on offer to make your holiday complete.  Check out our activities page to see the full range of what we have on offer – you’ll be sure to find something perfect for you and your group!

Don’t miss out on this phenomenal new activity – book Amsterdam Flyboarding today!

Please Note:
  • Food not included in this activity.
  • Transport to and from facility not included in cover price – see below to add transport for up to ten people for €120.



Professional Instructor
Centrally located inside Amsterdam

Duration: 20 minutes per person
Minimum Group Size: 5
Starting time: Daily on request

Smaller groups may also purchase this activity, but must inquire