MS Douce France


Ship Overview

MS Douce France is one of the CroisiEurope’s fleet ship, while also being the perfect sailing vessel for a Rhine river cruise - the four-star recognition speaks for itself. Although, this 2-deck cruising ship has been built in 1997, it has been completely refurbished by 2011, reaching a capacity of hosting no less than 160 passengers. 23 crew members making you feel like home on this 110 m long and 11.4 m wide ship, 79 cabins and a beautiful spacious deck to enjoy the European sun are just the beginning of a great adventure on the board of MS Douce France, one of the best Rhine river cruise ships. 

  • A spacious deck equipped with plenty of seats for guests to soak in the sun.
  • A relaxing lounge bar equipped with a dance floor.
  • The bar where you can sip a drink in a newly found company.
  • The main restaurant which includes an inviting dining area where guests can enjoy their meals in a pleasant and relaxing atmosphere.
  • An originally designed gift shop which offers authentic souvenirs for friends and families.
  • The library which provides exciting and varied genres that will appeal to anyone’s taste.
  • Central heating
  • Air conditioning system
  • 220 V electricity
  • Wifi available on board, in exchange for a fee
  • Radiophone
  • Games preceding dinners and post-dinner dances
  • Background live music ensured by local artists
  • The Upper Deck holds 28 cabins (23 twins, 5 doubles)
  • The Main Deck holds 51 cabins (36 twins, 8 doubles, 4 triple cabins, 2 singles and 1 suite).


Staterooms / Suites

  • Cabin (108 sq. ft.)


  • Shower cabin
  • Double beds / single beds
  • Toilet
  • Hairdryer
  • Personal safe
  • Satellite TV
  • Radio
  • Panoramic window
  • Individually controlled air-conditioned system

Deck Plans

Main Deck
Main Deck
Sun Deck
Sun Deck
Upper Deck
Upper Deck
Deck Plan
Deck Plan


  • MS Douce France is famous for its exquisite French delicacies.
  • French cuisine is heavily embedded into CroisiEurope’s, MC Douce France. Its passionate chefs work continuously on preparing outstanding meals under the close surveillance of Alain Bohn.
  • Emile Jung, Paul Bocuse or Marc Haeberlin are just a few other names that are refreshing the menu from time to time.
  • Meals are harmoniously paired with white or red wine, although passengers may also opt for drinking beer or simply, water.
  • Start off your morning with a buffet breakfast and a fresh cup of coffee and expect a 3 course lunch and dinner to get you going through the day.