Canal Boating Holiday in France - Rent the "Cirrus A" Canal Boat for up to 4 person in Dinan
Enjoy the splendid views of the canals of North France! Rent the 29-foot "Cirrus A" Canal Boat for up to 4 people. Rate starts from $180 USD per day. "Exclusively to GetMyBoat, we are offering free bicycles for the duration of your trip on all bookings for you and your guests". Rates: Daily Rental ● From January 1, 2020: From $180 USD per day ● March 6, 2020 to March 31, 2020: From $120 USD to $240 USD per day ● April 1, 2020 to April 30, 2020: From $120 USD to $328 USD per day ● May 1, 2020 to May 31, 2020: From $184 USD to $408 USD per day ● June 1, 2020 to June 30, 2020: From $188 USD to $428 USD per day ● July 1, 2020 to July 31, 2020: From $214 USD to $436 USD per day ● August 1, 2020 to August 31, 2020: From $200 USD to $436 USD per day ● September 1, 2020 to September 30, 2020: From $114 USD to $320 USD per day ● October 1, 2020 to October 31, 2020: From $110 USD to $220 USD per day ● November 1, 2020 to November 6, 2020: From $110 USD to $220 USD per day 7 Nights Charter ● From March 14, 2020: Starts at $1199 USD ● From April 11, 2020: Starts at $1219 USD ● From April 18, 2020: Starts at $1199 USD ● From April 25, 2020: Starts at $1639 USD ● From May 2, 2020: Starts at $1839 USD ● From May 9, 2020: Starts at $1859 USD ● From May 16, 2020: Starts at $2039 USD ● From May 23, 2020: Starts at $1999 USD ● From May 30, 2020: Starts at $2019 USD ● From June 6, 2020: Starts at $1879 USD ● From June 13, 2020: Starts at $1939 USD ● From June 20, 2020: Starts at $2039 USD ● From June 27, 2020: Starts at $2139 USD ● From July 4, 2020: Starts at $2139 USD ● From July 11, 2020: Starts at $2179 USD ● From August 8, 2020: Starts at $2139 USD ● From August 15, 2020: Starts at $2039 USD ● From August 22, 2020: Starts at $1999 USD ● From September 5, 2020: Starts at $1599 USD ● From September 12, 2020: Starts at $1499 USD ● From September 19, 2020: Starts at $1219 USD ● From September 26, 2020: Starts at $1139 USD ● From October 3, 2020: Starts at $1099 USD Rates may change, inquire for specific rates. Rates include: • Renting the boat and its equipment • A galley (kitchen) with all the utensils and appliances you would expect • Towels and linen for all passengers • A boat handling demo • Technical support • On-board cruising information • Locks free (except in Ireland & Holland) Rates do not include: • Any additional extras & services • Boat damage waiver, Fuel cost & deposits • Travel from/to the base(s) • Mooring fees • Cancellation plan & any travel/personal insurance What You Can Expect: Revel in balmy Brittany A Celtic land laced in canalized rivers studded with towering castles seemingly at every turn, a Brittany boat rent in France ushers you into an especially unique French locale. You’re not far from the North Atlantic coast, so seafood at cafés is in order! You can also venture to Nantes and Rennes for the museums, historic sites, fine restaurants and lively nightclubs. The perfect boating region for... • History & Heritage You'll never tire of the châteaux in the Land of a Thousand Castles, as Brittany is called! Put the Château de Josselin high on your history vacation list! Discover the fascinating museums in Nantes! • Gastronomy Seafood, especially Breton oysters, is a must on Boating Vacations in Brittany! Then indulge in a savoury galette or a sweet crêpe! The local cidar and Muscadet wine is delicious! Whilst you're in Suce-sur-Erdre, enjoy fine dining at elegant Le Clos St. Thomas! • Family Four-footed friends await the kids at Dinan's La Bourbansais Zoo! Book your Brittany river cruise in August to coincide with the St. Laurent Festival in Blain. You'll love the jugglers! Enjoy the butterfly reserve in La Gacillly! The Water Museum in Malestroit enchants the little ones! • Nature Lovers As you go cruising in Brittany, you may see herons, gannets and hawks! Deer and wild boar occasionally show themselves! The marshes and peaks of Aux Pies on the River Oust are excellent for trekking and observing nature! Must See in the North region of France • Nantes Nantes is one of the most beautiful cities in France. There are many places and monuments to see. Given the abundance of history to explore, consider getting the Pass Nantes," a pass that will allow you to visit as many monuments and museums as you'd like during your visit. • Sucé-sur-Erdre A very nice and peaceful little town on the edge of the River Erdre, Suce-sur-Erdre will charm you with its restaurants, cafés, and elegant terraces. Along the river, you will find cycle paths if you'd like to go for a ride. You can visit the Tower Gaillard, the last vestige of a temple built by the protestants in the 16th century. • Nort-sur-Edre Nort-sur-erdre is a peaceful and charming city. Here, you will enjoy a welcoming marina, a very scenic place to stay. You can also survey the distinct architecture of the castle of Port-Mulon, built in the 18th century. • Blain A city full of character, Blain hosts an immense castle riddled with history from all of its previous invaders. Here you can visit the Saint-Roch chapel, and the museum of arts and tradition. • Guenrouët Guenrouët is an inviting and peaceful stop. The leisure center has something for everyone: an open-air pool with slide, whirlpool, grassy areas, paddle boats, canoes and kayaks, picnic areas, and a mini-golf course themed after the local canal. The village and shops are just 200 meters away. • La Roche Bernard Welcome to La-Roche-Bernard. This town is well worth exploring. Historically an important seaport, it is still a thriving yachting centre today and its streets are filled with little shops and places to eat. • Redon An official ‘City of character’, Redon sits at the crossroads of the Vilaine River and the Canal de Nantes à Brest. This maritime port was an important stop on the way to Rennes, and each year hundreds of ships were loaded with salt, wine and other goods to be transported to the north. Quai Duguay-Trouin pays testament to this flourishing era with many beautiful 18th mansions built by ship merchants which line the promenade. Don’t miss the ‘Musée de la Batellerie de l’Ouest’ which retraces the epic history of the Brittany canals and the life of the sailors. • Ile-aux-Pies In the direction of La Gacilly, the Oust River crosses between granite cliffs, creating natural paradises like the Ile-aux-Pies. This island is an adventurers’ paradise, with climbing peaks, hiking trails, and a zipline. Kids, big and small, can while away the hours, trying their hand at archery, tree climbing and fishing. • La Gacilly From early May, La Gacilly is blooming with a wonderful, colorful display of flowers along the streets and bridges of the town. It is also home of the famous Yves Rocher cosmetic factory. • Malestroit Rich with history, Malestroit was one of the 9 baronnies" of independant Brittany and has manitained many impressive buildings from this period, including quaint, historic houses with timber framing that you can still admire in the old town. • Josselin Destroyed and rebuilt several times, the castle of Josselin is perhaps the most beautiful in all of Brittany. While here, take time to stroll through the narrow streets and admire the old houses clustered around the town centre. • Messac Messac is home to a few interesting local churches and has lovely country tracks, perfect for taking a walk and discovering the natural beauty of the region. Today, this pretty town is classified as a 'green tourist station' thanks to its excellent tourist and sporting facilities. Why not give it a try? • Pont-Rean Enter Pont-Rean by crossing its charming bridge entrance. There are many colourful landscapes to discover, especially at Le Boël which is located next to the city. The old stone-pit is also a lovely place to walk around. • Rennes Rennes is Brittany's dynamic capital city. There is a thriving architectural and religious heritage which can be seen when touring St Pierre's Cathedral, St Madeleine Abbey and St Germain church. Brittany's extravagant parliament building displays its extraordinary wealth through its decor...Consider taking a break in the splendid Thabor Gardens. Rennes is a very lively town with many things to do and see all year long. • Hédé Hédé is a genial little village set on a hill by the canal, hence the need for the many locks. You will see three historic churches here - one is from the Roman period. The Musée de la Maison du Canal has many permanent and visiting exhibitions showing life on the canal from days gone by. • Tinteniac At Tinteniac, visit the wonderful Saint-Trinité church. The local architecture is exquisite, with its charming 15th and 16th century houses. This place is an excellent spot to moor, and if you need something, you will find several shops and services. • Léhon Lehon is listed as one of the top 30 most beautiful locations in Brittany. A single street leads from the ruined castle on the hill, down to a little hump-backed bridge over the river, passing an abbey along the way. Take a dip into the heated outdoor swimming pool and visit the traditional bakery at the top of the village. • Dinan Dinan is widely acknowledged as one of the most picturesque towns in Brittany. The old town is a maze of narrow cobblestone streets and old medieval timbered buildings. What to Expect Onboard: The Cirrus A canal boat rental suits small groups of friends or small families thanks to its modular sleeping in the cabin and in the saloon. A very popular model in the Le Boat fleet, the 29-foot Cirrus affords a couple or a small family more than ample space for comfortable Boating Vacations in style. A large rear stateroom, a spacious saloon, and abundant natural light from large picture windows make this boat a small-size floating villa! Interior & Saloon • The saloon has a radio/CD player. • The kitchen/galley boasts a stove, sink, and electric refrigerator. • Some boats are equipped with new flat-screen TVs. Cabins & Bathrooms • The main rear cabin has two single beds. • The left-hand side of the saloon has a large love seat and dining table that convert to a double bed. Sundeck & Features • Each model has 220-volt shore power and an onboard 12-volt DC electrical system. • An efficient and reliable diesel engine provides propulsion. Specification • Boat Size: 8.80 m x 3.60 m • 1 bathroom • 1 cabin with 2 single beds, settee in saloon converts to double bed, only suitable for children or teenagers Additional Services: (Options and Extras) Bicycles • Standard: $63 per week • Child / Tag-along: $49 per week • Bike Child Seat: $21 per week Essentials: • Parking and Garage (Secure Parking): $7.50 per car / day • Early Check-in: $125 (subject to availability) • Late Check-out: $125 (subject to availability) • Top Deck Cushions (Pack of 2): $7 per week • Car Transfer: $175 - $420 depending on the route • WIFI: $63 per week in France If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is optional.
- You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
- 4 guests
- Houseboats & Sleepaboards
- Canal Boat
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Galley Stove & Oven
- Wheel steering
- CD Player
- Center Cockpit
- Fuel type: Gas
- Fuel type: Diesel
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
40% refund up to 30 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
If You Cancel Your Holiday Cancellation Terms: To cancel a reservation, the Renter should notify the Company in writing. Period before departure in which you notify the Company and Cancellation Penalty: More than 70 days prior to departure date: Deposit is non-refundable Between 70 and 43 days prior to departure date: 45% of the total holiday cost is non-refundable Between 42 and 15 days prior to departure date: 60% of the total holiday cost is non-refundable Between 14 days and departure date: 100% of the total holiday cost is non-refundable If You Change Your Booking If, after our confirmation invoice has been issued, you wish to change your travel arrangements in any way, for example your chosen departure date (in the same season only), destination or boat, we will do our utmost to make these changes but it may not always be possible. Any request for changes to be made must be in writing from the lead name or your travel agent. The price of your holiday may increase or decrease to reflect the changes requested by you. You will be asked to pay an administration charge of US$140 (more than 70 days prior to departure) or US$250 (between 70 and 15 days prior to departure) per booking amendment and any further cost we incur in making this alteration and any increase in the cost of your trip. Please note that no changes or rescheduling are permitted less than 14 days prior to departure. Please check whether your holiday insurance will cover any changes or increased costs resulting from a change. You should be aware that these costs could increase the closer to the departure date that changes are made and you should contact us as soon as possible.