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THE COURSE OF YOUR DINNER & CRUISE

 

 

Boarding is between 7.45 pm and 8.15 pm

Please be punctual – after 8.30 pm your table could be given to other clients.

The walkway will be removed at 8.50 pm and we set sail.

 

You’ll embark at Port des Saints-Pères, under the ‘Pont des Arts’ bridge, left bank, opposite the Louvre museum.

You’ll be welcomed and comfortably placed at your table by our dedicated staff

next to windows to allow everyone a wonderful view of Paris,

and weather permitting, on one of our two terrace decks.

 

The cruise lasts two hours through historical Paris.

Cruise route :

Whilst enjoying your dinner, you’ll contemplate the most beautiful monuments of Paris: Notre Dame, the Louvre,

the Musée d'Orsay, the Grand Palais, the Invalides, the Palais de Chaillot and the Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty,

and it’s most remarkable bridges:

Pont Neuf, Pont Marie, Pont Alexandre III, Pont au Double, Tournelle Bridge....

and a thousand and one wonders to discover during the cruise aboard Le Calife.

At 11 p.m. :

The boat returns to dock.

 

Unavoidable circumstances due to weather conditions, floods, Captain's decision etc, can force us to change the assignment of our service and the course of our cruise.

 

Because the Calife is a true cruising restaurant,

all our cuisine is prepared on board by our Chef and his team.

Every evening they accomplish a real feat

in order to serve you with fresh market products.

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ALL BOOKINGS ARE CONFIRMED UPON RECEIPT of the PAYMENT OF A DEPOSIT.

 

Menus given as an example, the contents can be changed without notice.

 

Since our cuisine is exclusively prepared with fresh products, the menus may be subject to change according to availability.

 

FIXED MENUS to be determined IN ADVANCE for groups of over 30 persons.

Check the beverage list

 

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Print the route of the cruise, with the bridges and monuments :

part I and part II

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