since 1931


Take a trip on the Vltava river with us. We offer a choice of several routes. We can also make cruises according to your wishes. We allow stops at various locations. We provide snacks and drinks, and also (by agreement) dishes.
Maximum capacity is 11 passengers.
We provide cruises even in winter. The boat has efficient heating and a toilet. There is a Bluetooth connection to our speaker system for easy music playback from your phones.
Contact +420 775 350 700

Where & price

Our famous route embarks leads from Jiráskův Bridge. If possible, we would go through the lock chamber at the Island of Žofín, around Střelecký Ostrov, Malostranský weir under the National Theater and back through the lock. We can also cruise around the embankment, below Vyšehrad castle, or further and back. Unfortunately, the lock at Mánes is limited to the summer season, and there is a possibility of technical outages.

A basic two-hour cruise with a welcome drink up to the total capacity of the boat costs CZK 7,350.

Frequent cruises are also at the confluence of the Berouka in Radotín to Davle, or on the opposite side in the direction of Kralupy, Nelahozeves, or for example, Mělník. In the photo above is Regent in Zbraslav.

We can agree on the price of the cruise individually; it also depends, for example, on the season.

Retro interier

The retro-style interior is designed to please even the most demanding clients, which is why Regent also hosts various business meetings, corporate dinners, engagements, celebrations, farewells, or even romantic dinners for two.


Our ship was launched for the first time in 1931 in Postelwitz, Germany, built for a Děčín client as a commercial and technical port vessel. Before the war, it was called M II and transferred to Prague, where it performed the function of port support. After the war, already under the name Nežárka, it was used until 1961 as a passenger ship with a maximum capacity of 45 people. She was then transferred to Třeboň to the Svět pond, where she was given the name Regent. After 1989, she was transferred to Prague, where she received a superstructure and a covered personal space for passengers. Over time, it acquired various changes in interior and exterior. At present, they ride in the same colors as the original Czech tugboat Tyrš, on whose side it stands in the middle of the embankment between the Železničního and Palackého bridges.

Boarding in the centre

We usually offer customers to embark under the Jiráskův bridge or it is possible to pick up a client on the embankment of Ludvík Svoboda between the vessel Bukanýr and the Albatros boat. We charge an additional fee for pick up there. Upon agreement, it is possible to pick up clients elsewhere.