The 13 passenger L'Impressionniste, sister ship to La Belle Epoque began life as a cargo barge in Holland before undergoing a complete transformation into the powerful canal and river cruiser she is today

Her light and airy interior features picture windows and selections of prints, fabrics and wall colorings reminiscent of the turn of the century era after which she has been named. She is crewed by a knowledgeable Captain, Mater Chef and crew of three

L'Impressionniste's classic route covers some fine rural cruising, with plenty of opportunity to cycle and stroll along the tow-path and wander into nearby villages

* 13 Passengers; 2 Suites, 4 junior suites, 1 single
    Monet Stern Suite (13.62ft x 12.47ft)  incl bath  170sq feet
   Renoir Bow Suite (15.42ft x 9.68ft)  incl bath
   Sisley & Degas Junior Suites (10.33ft x 12.14ft)  incl bath
   Pissarro & Cezanne  Junior Suites (10.83ft x 9.84ft)
* 5 Crew members
* 2 Decks
* Stereo, DVD, CD player
* Spa Pool / fitness studio
* Bicycles
* Air conditioning / heating
* Handicap Access - NO
    L?Impressionniste has a gangplank from the bank to the deck with 2 handrails and 2 wide steps from the Deck to the Saloon.  There are 12 steps from the Saloon to the cabins.  These steps have a handrail and are wide enough for 1 person to walk besides another to assist them down the stairs.  L?Impressionniste is not the ideal cruise to book if you have mobility problems because of the excursions.  Some of the excursions would be very difficult and some would be impossible for you to attend as most excursions are on foot rather than by minibus


Jacuzzi Ballooning Gourmet Meals
Jacuzzi Ballooning Gourmet Meals
Dinner Table Lounge and Dining Room Lounge
Dinner Table Lounge and Dining Room Lounge
Double Bedded Cabin Bath Chateau along the Canal
Double Bedded Cabin Bath

Chateau Along the Canal

Beaune Hospice Chateau Margarite Village Market
Beaune Hospice Chateau Margarite Village Market






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