1. 29' Canal Boat with 4 Cabins Available To Cruise in Camargue, France
  2. 29' Canal Boat with 4 Cabins Available To Cruise in Camargue, France
  3. 29' Canal Boat with 4 Cabins Available To Cruise in Camargue, France

29' Canal Boat with 4 Cabins Available To Cruise in Camargue, France

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Discover the South of France on your own boat rental! Book a 29ft Canal Boat for up to 4 people. For around $945 USD per night and prefered minimum of 3 days, you can have a memorable day in France! Rates: • $945 per night (3 nights minimum) 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 demontration 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: The Canal du Midi leaves off at Étang du Thau, France’s second largest lake, and sets your path on the Canal du Rhône à Sète extending 98 kilometers (61 miles) all the way to beautiful Beaucaire. A look at a Camargue map reveals that you’ve entered a natural wonderland filled with undeveloped lakes and fronted with beaches right on the Mediterranean Sea. The country is low and flat, and the salt air invigorates as you travel to medieval fishing villages and cities. Loosely translated, the name of the canal means “canal from Rhône to Sète,” indicating its route from the Rhône River near Beaucaire south into the wetlands that make Camargue, France, such a special place. Here you’ll find real-life guardian cowboys, bull fighting, Romany gypsy festivals, luscious fresh oysters and superb Costières de Nïmes wines found in the cellars of Gallician. Relax amidst the natural splendor of sun-bathed Camargue Broad saltwater lagoons, golden beaches, expanses of tawny reeds teeming with pink flamingos — Camargue, France, basks in sunshine most of the time. Romans plied these waters, and Crusaders followed. You can imagine the past as you approach fortress seaport cities like Aigues-Mortes, but beach resorts with zingy nightlife bring you frolicking back to the modern age! The Perfect Boating Region Swimming The Camargue is known for its gorgeous beaches. They stretch out for miles along the Etang du Thau at Méze, a wonderful spot for lagoon swimming. Two Port Cassafières ocean favourites are La Redoute Plage and La Farinette Plage. Family The Camargue is a great family friendly destination. Beach resorts at Palavas-les-Flots and la Grande-Motte offer watersports and amusements. Play mini golf, go to a water park, see an aquarium and check out a dinosaur park at Le Cap d'Adge! Wildlife Bring binoculars whilst cruising in the Camargue! More than 400 species of birds live in the marshes, including pink flamingos. Wild horses and bulls graze amidst lush grasslands. Horseback Riding The Camargue is known for its wild white horses. You'll see herds as you travel. Ride the dunes and trails! The La Grande-Mott Riding School offers horse rides for kids age four and up! You can also ride at the resort of Le Cap d'Adge! 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. Port Cassafières Return via Marseillan • 7 hr(s) of cruising • 38.00 km • 4 locks • 3 nights Port Cassafières Return via Aigues-Mortes • 28 hr(s) of cruising • 168.00 km • 4 locks • 7 nights Saint-Gilles to Port Cassafières • 17 hr(s) of cruising • 98.00 km • 2 locks • 7 nights Saint-Gilles Return via Aigues-Mortes & Palavas • 13 hr(s) of cruising • 100.00 km • 0 locks • 3 nights Saint-Gilles return via Étang de Thau • 22 hr(s) of cruising • 146.00 km •0 locks • 7 nights Must See in Your Camarague Cruise Aigues-Mortes Welcome to Aigues-Mortes, a fortified town that once specialised in salt production. Don’t miss the large “Tour de Constance” (Tower of Constance), which is situated in a corner of the fortifications, alongside of the mooring. The tower was previously named “big large tower” & was used as a prison for Protestants. Palavas-les-flots Once simply a fishing village, today Palavas-les-flots is a thriving seaside city with a long and peaceful beach. Downtown, you will find a dynamic city with sights to explore, like the Jeanne d'Arc foutain. And if you have time at night, the casino will probably be open! Beaucaire Beaucaire is a pretty town, as traditional as it is modern. Appreciate a walk among gardens and historic sites or dine in one of the splendid old restaurants. You can also visit the Abbey of Saint-Roman. Bellegarde Bellegarde is known for its Priory Saint-Vincent-De-Broussan, built in the eleventh century. It's also home to an impressive roman aqueduct of the first century. Head to the centre to find good restaurants and peaceful places to relax and enjoy the this leafy town . Saint-gilles The city owes its name to the famous Father Gilles Hermit. It was one of the most important places for Christian pilgrimage in the twelfth century. Visit Saint-gilles and its exceptional heritage, like the abbey of the twelfth century, the old crypt, and the romanesque museum. Gallician Gallician is a quiet and peaceful rural village. Take the opportunity to walk the winding streets, and visit the little 18th century church. On the outskirts of the village lies the real treasure of Gallician: vast vineyards that are a must see! Le Grau du Roi What a pretty place to stop! In Le Grau-du-Roi, you will enjoy viewing the harbour and the old lighthouse. There are long and beautiful shores for you to walk along and downtown, you will discover interesting buildings, like the Villa Paris, or the old house from the 19th century. La Grande Motte La Grande-Motte is a bustling seaside resort, home to some unusual architecture. It has buildings designed by the architect Jean Balladur to look like the precolumbian pyramids known as the Ziggourats. If you are a gamer, you can try your luck at the Casino; or maybe you will prefer a relaxing round of golf on the local golf course. Carnon Carnon is a seaside resort. The harbour is a beautiful and quiet place to have a drink, or a meal in one of the numerous restaurants, followed by a gentle stroll along the coast. Frontignan Frontignan is a beautiful town, home to the pretty romanesque church of Saint-Paul. Enjoy a walk here, and don't forget to taste the delightful muscat. Sète Often called the Mediterranean Venice due to its numerous canals along the city, Sète is a wonderful and shining town that you will love exploring. Take a walk along the charming Promenade de la corniche, and discover the numerous monuments and churches downtown. Bouzigues Bouzigues is a charming little seaside town with a number of things to see. Spend time walking along the shore, guided by the fresh ocean wind, or maybe along the docks during sunset... the scenery here is just wonderful. Mèze Like many seaside cities in the area, Mèze was historically a trade centre. In this wonderful town, you will have the chance to discover the old village with its winding streets, and also the Chapelle des pénitents. Take in the beautiful scenery with a walk along the shore. Marseillan Welcome to Marseillan, a welcoming and shining town famous for its vineyards and its know-how in shellfish farming. You will enjoy walking downtown and immersing yourself in local history. The shore is also beautiful to walk along, especially during sunset. Agde The City of a Thousand Wonders', Agde is a very famous place in France, known for its sunshine and for its numerous activities and treasures to discover. Take time to discover this little paradise. Port Cassafieres Port-Cassafières is a pleasant and peaceful harbor to stop, complete with cycling paths. Its proximity to Spain gives it some interesting flourishes in cuisine, architecture and culture and as a result it is a truly cosmopolitan spot to explore. Béziers Béziers is an enchanting city, and the second most important on the Canal du Midi. Here, you will have the chance to discover the beautiful architecture, in particular the stunning Saint-Nazaire cathedral which is just splendid. Downtown, there are magical places to take a walk, like the Plateau des Poëtes. What To Expect Onboard: As captain of your own canal boat, you'll be living in, and driving, your personal cruiser. Don't worry, these boats are very easy to operate; you don't need any license or experience! Think about your river cruiser like your home on the water, fully equipped with all the amenities of home, including a large & well decored interior. What To Expect Onboard: Cirrus B is as comfortable and easy to handle, it has a double cabin at the rear rather than a twin. The Cirrus B is very popular in our fleet. Measuring 8.80 meters (29-foot), it can comfortably accommodate a couple or a small family with enough space for everyone. The double cabin at the rear, as well as the large saloon with a single sofa bed and dinette converting into a second single bed, make this boat a small-size floating villa! What’s on board? • You've got two nice decks: Watch the scenery pass by in comfort from decks in the front and back of the boat! • The lounge is the perfect place to socialize and has a radio/CD player • A kitchen is what all you need with a cooker, electric fridge and lots of space for storage! Interior & Saloon • In the saloon, you will find a radio/CD player. • The kitchen/galley is well equipped and has a stove, sink, and electric refrigerator. • Some of our Cirrus are equipped with new flat-screen TVs - ask our sales team for more information. Cabins & Bathrooms • There's a double bed (instead of two singles) in the rear stateroom. • Moreover, there's a single sofa bed and a dinette converting into a second single beds in the saloon, only suitable for children or teenagers. Sundeck & Features • Each Cirrus B model boasts 220-volt shore power and an onboard 12-volt DC electrical system. • The Cirrus B is equipped with an efficient and reliable diesel engine. Technical • Length: 8.80 m • Beam: 3.60 m • Max. Headroom: 1.90 m • Water Tank: 459 L • Fuel Tank: 302 L • Engine Type: Diesel Features • Burner • Oven/Grill • Fridge: 50 to 130 L • Internal Steering Position • External Steering Position • Heater • Fans • Sundeck • CD/Radio Player • Safety Box • 12/220V Converter • Shore Power (220V on dock)

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

Owner:Laurie

Features & Details

Length
29ft
  • Wi-Fi
  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Cabin
  • Toilet
  • Wheel steering
  • Bow Thrusters
  • Inboard Engine
  • CD Player
  • Chart Plotter
  • Dinghy
  • Single Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • 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

0% 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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