Princesse d’Aquitaine

Amenities:

  • Sun deck
  • Bar/lounge
  • Large dining room
  • Dance floor
  • Gift shop
  • Air-conditioning

This beautiful ship, operated by CroisiEurope, was built in 2001 and refurbished to its current high-standards in 2011, with maintenance and partial renovation taking place each year to keep it up to date and in line with cutting edge technology. She has two accommodation decks, featuring a spacious and airy lounge area with bar and dining room, and cabins on each deck for 138 passengers.  Each cabin is en-suite with satellite TV, radio, hairdryer and safe.

The sun deck provides the ideal area for relaxing – chatting to fellow guests, reading and watching the delightful scenery glide by – in the wonderful sunshine (or shade of a canopy) of south-west of France.

The dining area is large enough for everyone to enjoy lunch and dinner in one sitting, with unlimited house wine, beer, soft drinks and mineral water.

Please note that this is a French-operated ship and that French will usually be the first language spoken on board.

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Camargue

Amenities:

  • Sun deck
  • Bar/lounge
  • Large dining room
  • Dance floor
  • Gift shop
  • Air-conditioning

This beautiful ship, operated by CroisiEurope, was built in 1995 and refurbished to its current high-standards in 2006, with maintenance and partial renovation taking place each year to keep it up to date and in line with cutting edge technology. She has two accommodation decks, featuring a spacious and airy lounge area with bar and dining room, and cabins on each deck for 146 passengers.  Each cabin is en-suite with satellite TV, radio, hairdryer and safe.

The sun deck provides the ideal area for relaxing – chatting to fellow guests, reading and watching the delightful scenery glide by – in the wonderful sunshine (or shade of a canopy) of the south of France.

The dining area is large enough for everyone to enjoy lunch and dinner in one sitting, with unlimited house wine, beer, soft drinks and mineral water, and, from time to time, the Camargue will organise special gastronomic cruises, full of taste and flavour.

Please note that this is a French-operated ship and that French will usually be the first language spoken on board.

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A-Rosa Stella

Amenities:

  • Buffet-style restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating
  • Low calorie gourmet options
  • Library
  • Outdoor pool
  • Putting green and shuffle board
  • Regular musical performances
  • Health spa
  • Gymnasium
  • Sauna

The A-Rosa Stella is a state-of-the-art river cruiser offering a selection of cruises on the Rhône and Saône – the perfect way to explore all that France has to offer. With a focus on well-being, the A-Rosa Stella has a range of unique facilities including a sauna with one-way glass walls, a steam room, a bio-sauna and a full spa offering a range of traditional and Hawaiian Lomilomi massages. On deck you’ll also find a swimming pool, putting green, shuffleboard and a giant chess set.

In the restaurant, the executive chefs prepare a variety of Mediterranean, regional and traditional culinary treats. Food lovers will enjoy gourmet cuisine served in a gracefully furnished restaurant which offers both indoor and outdoor seating. Dishes are Mediterranean or regional in style with a fine and varied wine list to match.

Relaxing sleep is an essential part of a perfect holiday. In the modern, elegant cabins, you will feel completely at ease and nobody will be able to resist lying in a bit longer. All cabins are designed to be large and comfortable – with plenty of convenient features such as individually adjustable air conditioning, a TV, a telephone and a hair-dryer. There are 86 outer cabins in four categories, most of them with a Juliet balcony. All cabins have one thing in common – there’s a different view every single morning, and they’re all stunning enough to appear on a postcard.

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Seine Princess

Amenities:

  • All cabins have shower and toilet, hairdryer, satellite TV, radio, safe.
  • Central heating, 220V electricity, air-conditioning
  • Lounge Bar with a dance floor
  • Bar
  • Dining room
  • Large sundeck with deckchairs
  • Library
  • Gift shop
  • Lounge-bar with a dance floor

This delightful cruise ship, built in 2002, was fully refurbished in 2010 and now provides well-appointed and comfortable accommodation for up to 138 passengers, in 67 ensuite cabins. With two decks, and a sun-deck atop, it is the perfect choice to explore and enjoy the treasures of the Seine and all that this waterway has to offer.

Spacious and elegant, the accommodation includes a lounge bar with a dance floor for after-dinner dancing, the bar and dining-room for buffet and plated dinners and the sun-deck is equipped with full recliners and deck chairs to soak up the sun and scenery and the ship glides past the river banks. There’s plenty of comfortable places to mingle with fellow guests or find a quiet spot to read, write or just watch the world go by.

Staterooms are luxury standard double cabins or triple or quadruple-bed suites. All cabins are located above water level and offer panoramic views of the scenery. Spacious and comfortable, they are twin or double-bedded and are equipped with satellite television, radio, hairdryer and safe.

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Amadeus Symphony

Amenities:

  • All cabins have shower and toilet, hairdryer, satellite TV, radio, safe.
  • Central heating, 220V electricity, air-conditioning
  • Lounge Bar with a dance floor
  • Bar
  • Dining room
  • Large sundeck with deckchairs
  • Library
  • Gift shop

Amadeus Symphony, a member of the prestigious Amadeus fleet, ranks among the most beautiful passenger vessels plying Europe’s great rivers. Spacious cabins and suites fitted with every conceivable comfort, some with panoramic windows, combined with a professional service, hospitality and excellent amenities, turn this ship into an oasis of passenger comfort.

One of the finest vessels cruising Europe’s waterways, the Amadeus Symphony combines elegance and style with state-of-the-art technology. All of the 69 tastefully decorated cabins provide 160 square feet of floor space, making the Amadeus Symphony one of the most spacious river ships in Europe. The four additional suites offer even larger accommodation, with a seating area. Whilst all cabins offer outdoor views, those on the Mozart and Strauss decks feature panoramic windows for optimal sightseeing throughout your journey. All cabins include two beds, which may be positioned together or apart, shower and WC, washbasin, adjustable air-conditioning and TV.

Enjoy the passing scenery from the spacious sun deck, which includes a walking track, navigation bar and small, heated plunge pool. On board amenities include a hair salon with massage treatments, boutique and fitness centre. Nightly musical entertainment is hosted in the Panorama Bar. All meals are taken in a single, open-seating panoramic restaurant where continental cuisine is enhanced with local flavours.

The Amadeus Symphony has an elegant restaurant, with panoramic windows, which offers open seating and is large enough to accommodate all guests within one sitting. The onboard chefs will prepare a selection of fresh regional and international dishes which will please the most discerning of guests. For the early risers, breakfast will be served in the restaurant, and includes freshly brewed coffee and tea, a selection of yoghurts, cereals, fresh juices, freshly baked breads, pastries, cold cuts and cheeses. Hot options vary from day to day but tend to include eggs, bacon and sausages. The chef will also prepare omelettes and fried eggs to order and upon request. Lunch is typically buffet-style and waiter served (depending on the course) and includes salads, soups and a selection of substantial main courses, or lighter fish and sandwich options, followed by a wide choice of desserts, the most popular being the home made cakes and tarts. Afternoon tea is served in the lounge and dinner will be a four course menu, featuring regional specialities. Complimentary red and white European wines are served with dinner, and a gala dinner will round off your memorable dining experience on your last evening.

The beautifully appointed lounge bar on the Amadeus Symphony features floor to ceiling windows, offering amazing views of the passing scenery. During the day relax and watch the world go by, or participate in a quiz, foreign language lesson or listen to a lecture based on the area you are passing through. Enjoy a pre dinner cocktail as you chat to other guests. After dinner, retreat to the bar again and absorb the music as you sip a night cap, or even have a dance!

The spacious Sun Deck features comfortable deckchairs for sunbathing, a walking track so that you can exercise while you cruise, a giant chess game and a small splash pool. This is also the best vantage point for taking in the breathtaking scenery and capturing those truly memorable photographs on your camera.

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