Savour the beauty of France’s verdant countryside, moving gently from great cities into rural landscapes untouched by time. Relax on deck as dawn breaks over fields of sunflowers, while crimson sunsets illuminate vineyards that supply the wines served on board. The Amaryllis cruises through some of the most picturesque waterways in France, exploring the Burgundy countryside in exceptional style. Visit ancient chateaux and follow the wine trail through Beaune, or luxuriate on deck in the heated swimming pool as you drift past premier cru vines.

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Constructed in 1962
Converted into a hotel barge in 2001
Measures 129 ft. long by 17 ft. wide
Four (4) onboard cabin accommodations
Eight (8) passenger capacity
Central Heating and Individually Controlled Air Conditioning
Six (6) crew members consisting of Tour Guide, Matelot (sailor), 2 Hostesses, Chef, and Captain.  This crew of six speaks both English and French (some may speak other languages, as well).
  • Salon
  • Dining Room
  • Sun Deck
Heated spa pool
HI FI stereo system
TV with DVD player
Touring bikes
Guest computer with internet access
Amaryllis has no wheelchair access and passageways can be narrow. There are only steps leading to the Lower Deck. The Main Deck features one stateroom, so travelers with mild limited mobility conditions may be able to enjoy this cruise without having to use stairs if they can book this accommodation. The crew can assist in any way possible, but those with extremely limited mobility may have a difficult time navigating this vessel.
The well-planned accommodation of Amaryllis offers a choice of four air-conditioned staterooms with full en-suite facilities.
Amaryllis Deck Plan
At A Glance

  •  Up to 8 passengers, Luxury & Signature

  • From USD$6,675 per person (Charter Only)

  • Region: Burgundy Region

  • Access: Paris TGV Station / Airport

  • Start City: Dijon

  • End City: Dijon

  • Cruise Highlights: visit Lyon, France’s second largest city, tour the Mâcon in the Beaujolais wine region, or the market town of Dijon, Chalon-sur-Saône and Beaune, the wine capital of Burgundy

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