- Constructed in 1930 in Holland
- Converted into a hotel barge in 1984
- Full refit in 2004 and last refit in 2018 (by new owners)
- Measures 103 ft. long by 16 ft. wide
- Central Heating & Air Conditioning (Individual cabin thermostat)
3 cabins with en suite bathrooms: One Double (master cabin) at 101 sq. ft. and Two (identical) twin bed cabins at 72 sq. ft.
Each cabin has a small closet divided for hanging clothes and four shelves. Storage space also under the beds, above the beds, and between beds in twin-bedded cabins. A spare small cabin is provided for storage of luggage.
Wooden coat hangers, extra blanket, USB plug are available in all cabins.
Ensuite bathrooms have shower with glass sliding door, Single sink on teak vanity unit, toilet and vanity storage, all furnished with hairdryers, shower gel, shampoo, soap and body lotion, slippers & tissues
Amenities On Board
Main salon on the upper level with sofa and bridge chairs with large windows giving panoramic views of the passing countryside. Interior is Teak and Iroko hardwood and brass. Old sailing ship atmosphere. Library and Bluetooth dock station.
The lower level is accessed by five steps and is an open plan with a galley, bar and dining area, continuing with the same old ship style. It is here that the opening brass portholes begin and run throughout the barge.
The outside is split into two main areas; the wheel house deck which is covered by a permanent sun awning making it an all weather space with teak arm chair seating. Forward of this is the main outside sun terrace with teak dining table and chairs for six people. A bench and two steamer chairs to lounge in and watch the world glide by.
Additional Features: Wi-Fi, Bicycles (Six single speed, comfortable, easy to peddle bikes) and air-conditioned minivan for transfers/excursions
3 crew members led by Host-Owner / Captain Alexandre: Tour guide/Captain - Chef - Hostess
Food & Wine
Half Board includes all meals from Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast, except for 4 meals (lunch or dinner depending on cruise direction and restaurant selection along the route) at passenger expense taken ashore at local restaurants;
Wine and alcoholic beverages onboard (during the meals and from the bar during the day) are all included