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Yachts de Paris | Marina de Paris | Capitaine Fracasse
Yachts de Paris
Port Henri IV (in front of N¼ 10 bis, Quai Henri IV), 75004 Paris.
Tel: 01-44-54-14-70; Fax: 01-44-54-14-75.
Métro: Sully Morland.
"Yachts de Paris is a small company catering to those who insist on quality, style and comfort. Their six luxury, traditonally fitted out vessels (from 25 - 85 metres) offer unforgettable excursions on the River Seine, characterized by outstanding service and the cuisine of their head cook" (Tasting menu by Guy Krenzer, "Meilleur Ouvrier de France". Wine list selected by Olivier Poussier, Meilleur Sommelier du Monde, 2000).
They have a range of boats for private hire, but dinner cruises may be booked any evening of the week by individuals or small groups (tables available for seating 2 to 12 guests). Advance reservations are required.
Embarkation: 7:45 - 8:15 pm
Price: €198.00 per adult
The price includes river cruise and gourmet dinner: appetizers, starter, main dish, cheese, dessert, delicacies. The menu varies according to season, but aperitifs and wine are extra, so this is an expensive option compared to other operators.
Yachts may also be reserved for exclusive private cruises and corporate affairs.
The normal point of embarkation is Port Henri IV. On request, cruises can depart from other key locations in Paris.
La Marina de Paris
Port: La Marina de Paris, Port de Solférino (near the Musee d'Orsay).
Postal address and office: La Marina de Paris Port de Bercy 75012 Paris France
Tel: +33 (0) 1 43 43 40 30
Fax: +33 (0) 1 43 43 40 05
Cars: Parking Carrousel du Louvre,
Bus: N° 24, 68, 73 : Musée d'Orsay N° 94 : Solférino N° 72 : Pont de Solférino (right bank)
Metro: Line 12 : Assemblé Nationale or Solférino
RER: RER C : Musée d'Orsay
Due to public works in the area, the boarding pier is only accessible by stairs down from the Solferino pedestrian bridge. MAP
La Marina de Paris operates two restaurant boats. They are: Le Grand Pavois(capacity 239) and Le Vert Galant (capacity 96) . Cruise rates include a slow-paced 2- to 2-1/4-hour excursion, meal and drinks. (A selection of wines is optionally available. Champagne and various drinks are for sale on board.)
Depart 1 p.m., return 2:15 p.m. Rate: Adult €32, Child 4-10 €32.
Only on Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays.
Depart 6:45 p.m., return 8:00 p.m. Adult €46; Child 4-10 €32.
Depart 9:15 p.m., return 11:15 p.m. Adult €58 per person; Child 4-10 €32.
Metro : Bir Hakeim
RER : RER C - Champ de Mars
tel: 01.46.21.48.15 fax : 01.46.21.84.35
e-mail : email@example.com
A two-hour return cruise in Paris from Bir Hakeim Bridge (3 minutes from the Eiffel Tower ) to Bercy. The "Capitaine Fracasse" is a new air-conditioned boat for 250 people with a commentary in 5 languages by individual GPS system.
Timetable: Every evening at 8.30pm except Monday. Extra departures on Saturdays at 7pm and 9.45 pm and on Sunday at 1pm and 8.30 pm.
Embarkation: 30 minutes before departure on the Ile aux Cygnes accessible by steps from the middle of the Pont de Bir Hakeim. First come, first served seating, with round and rectangular tables that seat 2, 4, 6, or 8 persons. A vegetarian menu is available.
Free parking areas nearby (quai de Grenelle/car park of the Port autonome).
- "Fracasse" option (not including drinks): The cruise (2h) + starter + choice of a main course + dessert: 55 €
- "Amiral" option (including drinks): The cruise (2h) + starter + choice of a main course + dessert + 1 aperitif + ¼ of Bordeaux wine + ½ of mineral water + 1 coffee: 70€
- "Champagne" option (including drinks): The cruise (2h) + starter + choice of a main course + dessert + 1 aperitif + ½ of Champagne + ½ of mineral water + 1 coffee: 80€
- "Grand Cru" option (including drinks): The cruise (2h) + starter + choice of a main course + dessert + 1 aperitif + ½ of Grand Cru + ½ of mineral water + 1 coffee: 90€
Birthday: They will make a cake for you with a fountain of sparklers and ‘happy birthday’ music + 8€/pers.
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