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Tennis Cruises

You can even book a cruise for the week of the Wimbledon or the French Open, a chance to immerse yourself in the world of tennis.

Tennis Cruises

On our tennis cruises in the summer aboard Magna Carta on the River Thames, we will make arrangements for you to play at some wonderful riverside clubs like the Lensbury, the Royal Berkshire, or the Windsor Lawn Tennis Club.

In Burgundy aboard L’Art de Vivre, there will also be plenty of opportunity to play tennis, including in Auxerre on the Roland Garros type ‘red dirt’ surface only found in France.

You can even book a cruise for the week of the Wimbledon or the French Open, a chance to immerse yourself in the world of tennis.

A small supplement is required to cover the additional costs of the pre booked clubs. Tennis cruises can be booked any time by a group chartering the barge. If you are booking just one or two cabins and you wish to join other like-minded people then we may have a pre-arranged departure date for this purpose. If our date does not fit in with your plans then we can waitlist your request to see whether anyone else is interested in a tennis cruise on that date.

*Tennis cruises are charter only.

Tennis Cruises

LArt De Vivre

L’Art de Vivre is a first class, 8 passenger hotel barge that offers Tennis Cruises in Burgundy between Auxerre and Chevroches from April to October

Athos

Athos is a first-class, 10 passenger hotel barge that offers Tennis Cruises on the Canal du Midi between Argeliers and Marseillan from April to October

Magna Carta

Magna Carta is a deluxe, 8 passenger hotel barge that offers Tennis Cruises on the Royal River Thames between Hampton Court Palace and Henley-on-Thames from April to October

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