1. Hire 49' Canal Boat "Horizon 5" and Cruise the Waterways of Northern France!
  2. Hire 49' Canal Boat "Horizon 5" and Cruise the Waterways of Northern France!
  3. Hire 49' Canal Boat "Horizon 5" and Cruise the Waterways of Northern France!

Hire 49' Canal Boat "Horizon 5" and Cruise the Waterways of Northern France!

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Come and see the wine region, beautiful vineyards and calm village along your cruise on one of the famous canals in Northern France while you navigate your own boat rental! Hire a 49' Canal Boat for up to 12 person. For around $594 USD per day, you can have a great time! "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 $594 USD per day ● March 6, 2020 to March 31, 2020: From $396 USD to $792 USD per day ● April 1, 2020 to April 30, 2020: From $396 USD to $1072 USD per day ● May 1, 2020 to May 31, 2020: From $536 USD to $1368 USD per day ● June 1, 2020 to June 30, 2020: From $656 USD to $1364 USD per day ● July 1, 2020 to July 31, 2020: From $726 USD to $1520 USD per day ● August 1, 2020 to August 31, 2020: From $664 USD to $1544 USD per day ● September 1, 2020 to September 30, 2020: From $390 USD to $1060 USD per day ● October 1, 2020 to October 31, 2020: From $380 USD to $772 USD per day ● November 1, 2020 to November 6, 2020: From $380 USD to $760 USD per day 7 Nights Rental ● From March 14, 2020: Starts at $3959 USD ● From April 11, 2020: Starts at $4199 USD ● From April 18, 2020: Starts at $4679 USD ● From April 25, 2020: Starts at $5359 USD ● From May 2, 2020: Starts at $5899 USD ● From May 9, 2020: Starts at $6019 USD ● From May 16, 2020: Starts at $6759 USD ● From May 23, 2020: Starts at $6839 USD ● From May 30, 2020: Starts at $6759 USD ● From June 6, 2020: Starts at $6559 USD ● From June 13, 2020: Starts at $6679 USD ● From June 20, 2020: Starts at $6819 USD ● From June 27, 2020: Starts at $7259 USD ● From July 4, 2020: Starts at $7359 USD ● From July 11, 2020: Starts at $7499 USD ● From July 18, 2020: Starts at $7599 USD ● From July 18, 2020: Starts at $7739 USD ● From August 1, 2020: Starts at $7739 USD ● From August 8, 2020: Starts at $7319 USD ● From August 15, 2020: Starts at $7019 USD ● From August 22, 2020: Starts at $6639 USD ● From August 29, 2020: Starts at $6679 USD ● From September 5, 2020: Starts at $5779 USD ● From September 12, 2020: Starts at $5299 USD ● From September 19, 2020: Starts at $4459 USD ● From September 26, 2020: Starts at $3899 USD ● From October 3, 2020: Starts at $3859 USD ● From October 10, 2020: Starts at $3799 USD Rates may vary. Inquire for exact rates. What is included in the rates? • Rental of the boat and its onboard equipment • A fully equipped kitchen • Towels and linen for all passengers • A boat handling demonstration prior to departure • Technical support • On-board maps and visitor information • Passage through locks What is not included in the rates? • Optional vacation extras • Boat damage waiver • Running costs (diesel, gas, engine wear and tear) - charged by the engine hour • Travel to and from the base(s) • Waterside services if you use them (i.e. moorings where a charge is applicable, pump-out if needed, water, etc) • Cancellation plan & any travel/personal insurance • Food and drink What You Can Expect: 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 Northern 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 Horizon 5 is the largest model of our premier Horizon fleet and sleeps up to 12 people in 5 en-suite cabins, as well as a convertible settee in the saloon. Its spacious and fully-equipped interior & sundeck offer all the comfort and convenience you will need for a perfect vacation with a large family or group of friends. • Boat Size: 14.99m x 4.35m • 1 double cabin at the front • 4 side cabins with convertible double/twin bed(s) • All cabins have ensuite bathrooms • Large stateroom with convertible settee (sleeps 2) • Rear outside seating area and large sundeck Interior and Saloon • Roomy and comfortable interior with generous headroom throughout • Large sliding glass doors to outside seating area at the rear • One bright and spacious forward stateroom with convertible single bed • The full kitchen/galley includes a oven, stove, large electric refrigerator, microwave, and high-quality equipment and utensils • Air cooling in the saloon & cabins + USB port Cabins and Bathrooms • One bright and spacious forward stateroom with convertible bed • Four side cabins with convertible double/twin bed(s) • All cabins with en-suite bathrooms & electric-flush toilet • Individually controlled air-cooling + USB ports in all cabins Sundeck and Exterior • Spacious ‘fundeck’ with sunbathing area, table, sink, ambient lights, BBQ hotplate and deck shower • Large removable bimini (Sun Shade) 2x steering positions - inside and outside + bow and stern thruster for easy handling • Wide gangways for easy access to all sides of the boat • Aft cockpit with settees to be used as second outdoor space • MP3 entertainment system – waterproof speakers Other Features • Large border along the boat for easy & secured access to all sides of the boat during maneuvers • Large aft cockpit secured with a door, ideal for children • Two steering positions - inside and outside • Bow thruster & stern thruster (NEW) for easier maneuvering • Rudder angle indicator & GPS speed sensor for greater control • Demister system for safe navigation from inside in case of rain • Safety box Features • Microwave • Oven / Grill • Hob • MP3/USB features • Flat Screen DVD Player • CD / Radio player • Heater • Cabin air cooling • Cigar Lighter Plug (12V) • 12/220V Converter • 220V on cruise • Shore Power (220V on dock) • Internal Steering Position • Bow Thrusters • External Steering Position • Internal Steering Position • Bow Thrusters • External Steering Position • Alfresco dining • Ambient light • Sonnensegel (Bimini) • Deck Shower • Fridge on sundeck • Fest installierter Gasgrill auf dem Sonnendeck • Portable cool box • Toilets Type - Electric • Safety Box Technical • Water Tank: 600 L • Draft: 1 m • Max. Headroom: 2 m • Length: 14.99 m • Fuel Tank: 300 L • Engine Type: Diesel • Width: 4.35 m • Height above waterline: 2.90 m Hire a 43' Canal Boat for up to 6person. For around $593 USD per night and minimum booking of 3 nights, you can have a great time! Rates: • $593 USD per night (minimum 3 nights) What is included in the rates? • Rental of the boat and its onboard equipment • A fully equipped kitchen • Towels and linen for all passengers • A boat handling demonstration prior to departure • Technical support • On-board maps and visitor information • Passage through locks What is not included in the rates? • Optional vacation extras • Boat damage waiver • Running costs (diesel, gas, engine wear and tear) - charged by the engine hour • Travel to and from the base(s) • Waterside serevices if you use them (i.e. moorings where a charge is applicable, pump-out if needed, water, etc) • Cancellation plan & any travel/personal insurance • Food and drink What You Can Expect: Pamper your palate in the heart of magnificent Burgundy Famous Burgundy well deserves its reputation for fine wines and gourmet cuisine. Lush vineyards hug rolling hills, and quiet villages invite you to linger. Amidst a network of canals flows the majestic Saône River, the focal point of your Burgundy boat rent in France! This beautiful river ushers you into a world of pleasures, a realm that pleases the senses and soothes the soul. In Vioménil amidst the beautiful Vosges Mountains, the Saône River bubbles crystal clear, draining the hills and valleys along its run of 480 kilometres (298 miles) to the Rhône River at Lyon. A Burgundy map shows that it’s navigable from Corre all the way to Lyon, a beautiful stretch spanning 371 kilometres (230 miles). Your Burgundy boat rent in France covers some of the prettiest waterways, which include adjoining canals and major tributaries! The river’s source is 396 metres (1,300 feet) above sea level, and the river makes most of its fall before Gray. From Gray all the way to the Rhône the drop is only 34 metres (111 feet). This means that the Saône is a very gentle river — slow, wide and peaceful below St. Jean-de-Losne on the Big Saône. It is narrower and more rural above Axonne on the Petit Saône. The Perfect Boating Region Wine Tasting Did you know that more than 200 million bottles of Burgundy wine are sold every year? Really! And you've got to savour some on your wine tasting cruise! Tour the Côte de Beaune vineyards! Stop by the Maison des Vins in Chalon-sur-Saône for regional wines Nature Lovers Burgundy's rivers and canals are a rich habitat for wildlife. Along the Saône and Doubs you'll find 42 species of mammals, 30 species of fish and 160 species of birds! Watch for bee-eaters, little ringed plovers, kingfishers, golden orioles, and even the common cuckoo! Gastronomy Dining in fine restaurants should be part of your Burgundy Boating Vacations! Try a flan filled with Burgundy snails at Maison Lameloise in Chagny, a 3-star Michelin favorite. How about Idéal mâconnais, a cake made with meringue and butter cream filling? Or pain d'epices (ginger cake)? Fishing A fishing vacation in Burgundy means angling for carp, pike, zander, perch and bream. But the real lure for the passionate angler lurks in the depths of the Saône, to catch the Silurus glanis or giant catfish, try the waters near Beaune! Route Suggestions To help you get an idea of how far you can travel in the time you have, here's a selection of routes to and from our bases in this region. You dont have to stop at all the places listed or follow the route exactly. So long as you return your boat to your end base by the date you've booked - you're free to enjoy your cruise however you like. For a comfortable pace, allowing you time to regularly stop and explore, we'd recommend an average of 2 - 4 hours cruising each day. Branges via Tournus 10 hr(s) of cruising 88.00 km 6 locks 3 nights Branges via Chagny • 34 hr(s) of cruising • 180.00km • 40 locks • 7 nights Châtillon-sur-Loire via Briare & Montargis • 28 hr(s) of cruising • 176.00km • 32 locks • 7 nights Branges to Saint-Jean-de-Losne • 20 hr(s) of cruising • 144.00km • 6 locks • 4 nights Fontenoy-le-Château via Ormoy • 12 hr(s) of cruising • 52.00km • 22 locks • 3 nights Fontenoy-le-Château via Ray-sur-Saône • 38 hr(s) of cruising • 208.00km • 52 locks 7 nights Saint-Jean-de-Losne to Fontenoy-le-Château • 32 hr(s) of cruising • 210.00km • 32 locks • 7 nights Saint-Jean-de-Losne via Gray • 16 hr(s) of cruising • 129.00km • 10 locks • 3 nights Fontenoy-le-Château to Branges • 50 hr(s) of cruising • 319.00km • 38 locks • 10 nights Saint-Jean-de-Losne via Dole • 16hr(s) of cruising • 48.00km • 18 locks • 4 nights Saint-Jean-de-Losne via Chagny • 26 hr(s) of cruising • 154.00km • 28 locks • 7 nights Must See in Your Nivernais & Loire Dijon Seat of the Burgundy dukes, it is one of the most attractive cities of provincial France and the historic capital of Burgundy. Discover Dijon and its mediaeval centre full of history, interesting buildings and monuments. Climb the 315 steps of the Philippe le Bon Tower for a splendid view over the rooftops of the city's well-preserved mediaeval quarter. Dole A wonderful city. The port is situated in a very picturesque part of the old town, directly below the magnificent cathedral, less than 100 metres from the old quarter of tanneries. This part of Dole is made up of narrow cobbled streets, and very old houses. You can visit the house where the scientist Louis Pasteur was born, and numerous churches. Verdun-sur-le-Doubs This pretty and calm village is great for leisurely strolls. There are numerous houses just over the water that you can see when you cross the beautiful Floerew bridge. Verdun-sur-le-Doubs is a good place to stop and relax a bit. Chlaon-Sur-Saône Along the Saône, influenced by the history of the Burgundian kingdoms, is Chlaon-Sur- Saône. Discover its long and complex history and its beautiful monuments. The market place, with the Saint-Vincent cathedral, is magnificent to see. A truly beautiful city. Fontenoy-le-château Fontenoy-le-château has an interesting history so be sure to visit the museum and numerous churches. Discover the old paved streets and alleyways where time seems to stand still, visit the Tower of the Lombards and maybe take a look at the château ruins. Port-sur-Saône A picturesque and welcoming town, Port- sur-saône has much to offer. Visit an old eighteenth century church, and discover the charm of the sixteenth century. You'll also want to see the magnificent, eighteenth century bridge: 13 arches long, it spans across all of Saône, offering you wonderful landscape views. Scey-sur-Saône With its tall tower houses, Scey-sur-saone welcomes you with many vestiges of the past. Visit the beautiful eighteenth century church, and walk along the banks of the Saint-Albin canal. The Scey-sur-saone castle cannot be toured but it remains a great sight to see. Ray-sur-Saône For being so small, this town has a lot of history. Ray-sur-Saône has kept its soul over the centuries, as you will see. Discover the former wash basin of the village, and the beautiful Saint-Anne church. The expansive Ray-sur-Saône castle dominates the valley and is open for tours. Gray Gray is a bustling town, steeped in history with fascinating preserved buildings that you can visit. Most notably are the Eglise, and the fortified chateau of Baron St. Martin, which is now an art gallery & museum. Auxonne Sometimes referred to as the jewel of the Saone valley", or " the second capital of Haute-Saône", Auxonne was a strategically important fortified town in the middle ages. Nowadays, it is a market town. Saint-Jean-de-Losne Saint-Jean-De-Losne has seen numerous wars during the last few centuries, and was named "Belle-Defense" by the king. There are several downtown monuments about this. Walking through the streets, or over a beautiful bridge, you can also catch sight of Saint-Jean-Baptiste's church. Besançon Besançon has many gems including its vast parks, wide boulevards and the Battant Quarter which was originally settled by wine-makers. You'll see some beautiful architecture here including seventeenth century facades fronted by wrought-iron balconies. The Citadel was built by the great military architect, Vauban, and offers magnificent views over the city and the river Doubs. Seurre A scenic town nestled next to a canal, Seurre is known for being the native village of the famous French writer, Bossuet. His house can still be visited and has been transformed into a little museum. In Seurre, you can enjoy a local popular dish, the pôchouse serruoise, made from fish. Chagny Chagny is a pretty town, with plenty of restaurants, including the famous Lameloise. Among the numerous shops, the 18th century apothecary is always interesting. If you have time, visit the contemporary art gallery. Santenay Santenay is one of the villages that played host to the famous Burgundy duke, Phillipe le Hardi. His castle is still there and can be toured. There are also vineyards and a casino in this exciting and pretty town. Tournus Welcome to Tournus, a wonderful city filled with medieval monuments and vestiges. Here, you will have the opportunity to discover the beautiful Saint-Philibert church, with its high medieval tower covered in green ivy. The well-preserved abbey palace is also wonderful to observe. A great place to go for a walk. Cuisery Cuisery is one of the four famous Book Villages of France. There are more than a dozen book shops selling collectors' items in gravure, lithography, illuminated text, early comics, etc. You will surely enjoy this cultural visit. The Church of Notre Dame is also pleasant to visit. Branges Welcome to Branges, a calm and peaceful town. Take the opportunity to cycle along the canal banks, and explore the area. Downtown, you can have a drink on the terrace of a French village bar.

Captain is not included.
Trip may require hiring additional qualified personnel.
Capacity
10 guests
Powerboats, Pontoons, & RIBs
Canal Boat
LH

Owner:Laurie

Features & Details

Length
49ft
  • Wi-Fi
  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Watersports Equipment
  • Cabin
  • Toilet
  • Wheel steering
  • CD Player
  • Single Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Berth
  • Head

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

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.

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