Experience all the amenities of a large riverboat on a small cruise ship that has the capacity to sail into the deepest parts of France. The Anne-Marie isl cruising into the beautiful region of Provence.
The Camargue offers you a great sailing experience with CroisiEurope to take you to some of Europe's most beautiful rivers. You will find the best service and modest lodgings which contain many amenities to give you the most comfortable voyage yet.
In April 2012, Gerard Schmitter was christened as the youngest ship in the CroisiEurope fleet and has been named in honour of the founder. Aboard this ship you will have a great many fun experiences to remember for the rest of your life.
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CroisiEurope has a fleet of Prestige category boats with cabins which ply the most beautiful rivers in Europe. Spacious and light, they offer a welcoming and refined setting. Accommodation capacity varies from 100 to 180 passengers depending on the boat’s design. At the cutting edge of technology,their facilities offer comfort and safety.
Carefully maintained and partially renovated each year, the CroisiEurope fleet is largely made up of recently built vessels, less than five years old, all with Veritas certification. The leading European river tour operator, our company owes its international reputation to its seriousness, its dynamism, its sense of innovation and its recognised value for money of long standing.
Vessels are rated four-star and food is superb – as you’d expect on a French-owned cruise line, staffed by French chefs and with top French and German wines aboard. One cruise of the Rhone and Saone Rivers in France concentrates on gastronomy and traditional French cusine, visiting Collonges Abbey, renowned for its great French chef, Paul Bocuse.
CroisiEurope is a family-owned and operated firm, with brothers and sisters running different aspects of the company and keeping a close eye on all operations to ensure excellence.
River cruising offers much free fun. Wake in the morning and observe the passing riverside scenery through your cabin window – perhaps from your bed. Gaze upon village churches or a patchwork of fields sparkling in the morning sun.
CroisiEurope’s network traverses a phenomenal number of European rivers and waterways. They range from the Guadalquivir and Guadiana (flowing through Spain and Portugal respectively); the Douro in Portugal, the Po and Venice Lagoon in Italy; the Rhone in Provence, plus the Seine from Paris to the Normandy Coast. And there’s more: the Moselle, the Neckar, the Saar, the Oder, the Havel, the Baltic Sea, the Camarge, the Rhine, the Main and the mighty Danube; the Tisza and the Black Sea; the Belgian and Dutch waterways. Everything from tulip time in Holland to Christmas Markets in Germany.
Drinks included with on board meals: mineral water, house wine, beer, fruit juice, and tea or coffee.