The newly built, all-electric yacht is the first new dinner cruiser to launch in Paris in more than ten years. The 200-passenger vessel is docked on the right bank near the Trocadéro, at Port Debilly, with a series of 90-minute lunch and dinner cruises throughout the day. Between cruises, they’ll serving tea and aperitifs at the quayside. Trips go from Debilly, past the Louvre, the Île de la Cité and the Île Saint-Louis, before returning to the 16th arrondissement with a sail past the Eiffel Tower.
The Ducasse restaurant group is overseeing the on-board menus of contemporary French cuisine. Prices start at €100 for a three-course lunch and rise to €500 for a five-course dinner with Champagne and wine, dubbed Paris est une Fête - the French translation of Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast.
A moveable feast