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Tandem Cruises

Planned in advance, we can position two barges on the same waterway, allowing more passengers to cruise in company.

Tandem Cruises

From time to time we are asked if we can accommodate larger groups on tandem cruises.  Perhaps there is a large family reunion to arrange, a holiday with a group of friends, or an organisation such as a wine club, or a company incentive group, who require more cabins than a single vessel offers.

Planned in advance, we can position two barges on the same waterway, allowing more passengers to cruise in company. This really is great fun. Tandem cruising allows plenty of opportunity to sample the cuisine of another chef, host cocktail parties and enjoy the relaxed refinement encountered whilst cruising in company. In addition to the daily excursions enjoyed along cruise routes, we can also arrange tennis tournaments, bicycling rallies, golf competitions and more.

Hotel Barges for Tandem Cruises

L’Impressionniste is a deluxe, 12 passenger hotel barge that offers Tandem Cruises with the 8 passenger Finesse Southern Burgundy

Finesse is an ultra-deluxe, 8 passenger hotel barge that offers Tandem Cruises with the 8 passenger Finesse Southern Burgundy

Anjodi is a first-class, 8 passenger hotel barge that offers Tandem Cruises with the 10 passenger Athos on the Canal du Midi in southwest France

Athos is a first-class, 10 passenger hotel barge that offers Tandem Cruises with the 8 passenger Anjodi on the Canal du Midi in southwest France

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