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Ship Overview

2010 was the year when this gorgeous riverboat came back to life after 9 years of uninterrupted Seine cruises. The result is one that CroisiEurope has nothing but to be proud of. Each of the 78 cabins it is provided with, has large windows and a balanced furniture setting, which does nothing but to take its passengers to an instant state of calm and recreation. Last, but not least, the different tones of brown and green are completing this visual journey, contributing heavily to

  • Lounge bar with a dancefloor
  • Dining room
  • Book shop
  • Souvenir boutique
  • Spacious sundeck with chairs
  • 220V electricity
  • Air-conditioning
  • Central heating
  • Radar
  • Radiophone
  • Wifi available in exchange for a fee
  • Upper deck: 28 cabins (26 twin cabins, 2 cabins for passengers with reduced mobility)
  • Main deck: 50 cabins (1 suite, 1 single, 44 twin cabins, 4 triples)


Staterooms / Suites

  • Cabin (129 sq. ft.)


  • Private bathroom including shower and toilet
  • Hairdryer
  • Towels
  • Safe
  • TV satellite

Deck Plans

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


  • Carefully designed menus invite you to experience the exquisite French gastronomy
  • Croisi’s chefs have worked along Michelin-starred giants such as Marc Haeberlin and Paul Bocuse
  • Alain Bohn, Croisi’s head chef, is a member of Maîtres Cuisiniers de France, a 50 years old association including no more than 250 chefs worldwide
  • Enjoy a self-served breakfast buffet abundant in pastries, cold cuts, eggs, various sausage varieties, fresh fruit and yogurt or jams and jellies; quench your thirst with fresh fruit juices and a warm cup of tea or coffee
  • Delight yourself with 3 course lunch and dinner menus cooked using only the freshest of ingredients
  • Your meals will be paired with excellent complimentary wines
  • All lunch and dinner meals are served at fixed times and in a single seating for all passengers
  • Croisi provides free beverages on all cruises including mineral water, fruit juice, coffee, tea, beer or house wine
  • Some cruises include an open bar, but for those that don’t, travelers can purchase a €30 drink card that will cover beverages served at the bar; any amount of money remaining on your card will be reimbursed at the end of the cruise
  • Premium vintage wines, as well as champagne are available at an additional charge on all cruises

MS France Tours