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The Napoleon is a beautifully appointed river cruiser, combining all the amenities of a luxury hotel with the friendly ambience of a country inn. The boat can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests on three spacious decks. A sun deck with jacuzzi and exercise equipment is located on the top deck; the main deck is home to the salon, dining room and one stateroom, and the lower deck contains the remaining five guest cabins. The vessel is fully air-conditioned throughout and you can expect to sample wonderful French cuisine, freshly prepared by the chef and accommpanied by fine regional wines, while you are on board. The Napoleon is available for charter as well as individual bookings.





The Napoleon's beautifully furnished salon has large windows well above the water line, affording excellent views of the countryside. There is a piano keyboard, a Bose Ipod docking station, and a small DVD, book and games library available for guests’ use, along a computer with internet access.

Dining Areas

Dining Area

Meals are served in the separate dining room on the top deck, or al fresco, depending on the weather. Wining and dining is a highlight of any cruise and the five-course candlelit dinners are a special treat. The table d’hôte menus on board the Napoleon are of the very highest quality and include many regional specialities and fine wine. Each week’s menu will include some of the chef’s original recipes as well as regional specialities and seasonal delicacies unique to the particular area of the country in which you are cruising.

Sun Deck

A large canopy over part of the upper deck provides a shaded dining area and covers some of the sun loungers and an exercise bike. You will also find a heated jacuzzi and more sun loungers on the open area of the deck.

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