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-France, Upper Loire on Barge Renaissance-

Cruise Details:

  • Up to 8 guests
  • 126 Ft. Long
  • Rating: Ultra Deluxe
  • Charter & Cabin bookings
  • English Speaking Crew of 5
  • 8 Bicycles
  • Air Conditioned
  • Last Visited 2016

Cruise Rate Includes:

6 nights/7 days in a cabin with a private bath, chauffeured transfers from Paris to the barge & return, all meals, from dinner the first night to breakfast the last morning, all wines with lunch & dinner, open bar, daily escorted excursions and use of onboard bicycles.

Cruise Rate Does NOT Include

Airfare to and from France, cancellation insurance and crew gratuity (suggested minimum amount is 5% of the cruise price)


Renaissance

We were delighted with our quick visit to Renaissance, flower arrangement on french barge renaissance
moored in the charming town of Rogny-les-Sept-Ecluses. Captain Laurent and Chef Sarah, an experienced and attractive young couple, lead a total crew of five. Renaissance has retained its glamour - with its Provencial-style décor using top materials and lovely artworks. The salon and deck looked wonderful. And we caught Sarah arranging an impressive flower display – see picture at right.

Cabins have always been a strength on Renaissance. They are among the largest in France, as are the bathrooms – and continue the pleasant, French-style ambiance established in the public areas. Guests will feel very comfortable in these cabins!

The area is outstanding, and is very convenient, with chauffeured transfers from Paris of two hours or less adding to the ease of cruising on Renaissance. This is a rural region, with miles of pristine canals lined with towpaths. The sightseeing is varied, and includes Chateau Guedlon, a medieval chateau being built with 13th century methods and materials. Very different! Along the way are lovely towns to explore, including Moret-sur-Loing, home of Impressionist painter Alfred Sisley. There is also dinner out at Auberge de Templiers, an historic post house now converted into a historic Relais et Chateau hotel and restaurant.

Winetasting in the Sancerre area exposes wines of the region. The town of Sancerre is perched high over the vineyards and affords amazing views!

Renaissance presents a lovely choice for four couples who are looking for something very deluxe – and who might have already barged in Burgundy. As well, the barge is a great choice for families looking for a gentle journey in which they can relax totally amidst spectacular scenery.


Floor Plan:

Barge Cruise
2017 Value Season Rates

Whole-Boat Charter for 6:$47,500
Whole-Boat Charter for 7: $49,000
Whole-Boat Charter for 8: $50,500
Individuals: $6,750 per person, double occupancy
Single Supplement: $2,450

2017 Value Season dates
April 9 - 15 July 23 - 29 August 13 - 19 October 15 - 21
April 16 - 22 July 30 - August 5 August 20 - 26 October 22 - 28
April 23 - 29 August 6 - 12 October 8 - 14

 

2017 regular Season rates

Whole-Boat Charter for 6: $54,000
Whole-Boat Charter for 7: $56,200
Whole-Boat Charter for 8: $58,400
Individuals: $7,850 per person double occupancy
Single Supplement: $2,850

2017 regular Season dates
April 30 - May 6 June 4 - 10 July 9 - 15 September 10 - 16
May 7 - 13 June 11 - 17 July 16 - 22 September 17 - 23
May 14 - 20 June 18 - 24 August 27 - September 2 September 24 - 30
May 21 - 27 June 25 - July 1 September 3 - 9 October 1 - 7
May 28 - June 3 July 2 - 8
Barge Cruise

Renaissance Accommodations and Amenities

  • 126 Feet Long
  • Four cabins with ensuite shower bath
  • All with choice of one king or two twin beds
  • Moliere & Voltaire Suites - 265 sq ft
  • Dumas & Hugo Suites - 235 sq ft
  • Also in each cabin
  • Satellite flatscreen TV/DVD
  • CD Player
  • In the Public Areas
  • Beautiful furnishings, fabric, china
  • Large picture windows in salon, dining room
  • Laptop with free Internet, WIFI with limited availability
  • Deck & Wheelhouse
  • Sundeck with Jacuzzi on deck
  • Dining table with large canopy
  • New and comfortable seating*
  • 8 touring bicycles






 

 

 


Renaissance Upper Loire Barge Cruise Itinerary

Montargis to Chatillon-sur-Loire In the Gatinais and Upper Loire

 

Sunday: Paris to Montargis
Welcome Aboard in this Pretty Town
You’ll be met at 2:15 pm in the lobby of the Warwick Westminster Opera, elegantly located on the Right Bank near to major tourist attractions and shopping. From there, drive directly in the barge minivan to Montargis, pictured at left, a town on the Canal de Briare in Upper Loire from where your cruise begins. Estimated travel time is two hours. Once on board, enjoy the traditional champagne welcome and introduction to crew. There will be time to stroll around this town, with its flower be-decked bridges, and enjoy the traditional quiet ambiance of a Sunday afternoon in France. Tonight’s dinner is the first of many gourmet meals to be enjoyed on board.



Monday:
Montargis to Montbouy
The Palace where Napoleon and Marie Antoinette Lived
This morning, we cruise out of Montargis, passing under flower-clad bridges into the countryside. During your morning cruise to Montcresson, now is the time to walk or bicycle through untouched countryside. After lunch, it’s time to visit Chateau de Fountainebleau, home of French royalty for centuries. Such personalities as Napoleon and Marie Antoinette added their stamp to the architecture and décor, see below. A late evening cruise to the final mooring at Montbouy will provide relaxation before dinner on board.

Tuesday: Montbouy to Rogny les-Sept-Ecluses
13th Century Construction Site and Techniques
Today’s excursion is to Chateau Guedelon. A team of fifty people have taken on an extraordinary feat to build a castle using the very same techniques and materials used in the Middle Ages. Work on the site began in 1997 and is scheduled to take 25 years to complete. Guédelon offers a unique opportunity to witness the different stages of a castle's construction with each phase being of interest in its own right. Let yourself be transported from the present day, back to the sights and sounds of a 13th century construction site. Afternoon gentle cruise to historic Rogny and its 350 year old floodlit 7 lock-flight.


Wednesday: Rogny les-Sept-Ecluses to La Gazonne
Dinner Ashore at an Elegant Auberge
After a leisurely breakfast of fresh croissants, baguettes and assorted pastries we visit Gien, home of the Faience pottery and hunting museums and Chateau de Gien. After lunch we enjoy an afternoon cruise to La Gazonne a beautiful mooring surrounded by lakes and ponds with Seine River one side and the Saone River the other side. Dinner tonight is at Auberge des Templiers, a former post house now turned into a prestigious Relais et Chateau inn and restaurant. Enjoy a stroll on the lovely grounds of this historic property.

Thursday: La Gazonne to Briare
A Chateau Associated with Joan of Arc
Morning cruise to Briare and Gustave Eiffel’s magical aqueduct across the River Loire with walking and bicycling for those that wish to do so. We preview Friday’s crossing of this amazing 10,000 ton, 662 metre Pont Canal which was completed in September 1896. This afternoon we visit Chateau de Sully sur Loire, pictured above. The castle originally belonged to Georges de la Trémoïlle, who infuriated Joan of Arc by encouraging the Dauphin to devote himself to idle hunting in the forests around Sully. After Joan's failure to liberate Paris 1430, de la Trémoïlle virtually imprisoned her in the castle. In the 18thC Voltaire, exiled from Paris, also spent time at the Château. Dinner on board.

Friday: Briare to Chatillon-sur-Loire
Cruise on an Aqueduct Designed by Eiffel
Morning wander around fruit and vegetable, seafood, cheese and French fashion stalls in the market in Briare and then a short cruise across the aqueduct, pictured at left before lunch on board. Afternoon visit to a family-run vineyard in Sancerre. This medieval hilltop village overlooks a vibrant and pulsating region which has known viticulture since Roman times. Captain’s Farewell Dinner on board.


Saturday: Chatillon-sur-Loire to Paris
A Sad Farewell
Your chauffeured transfer back to the Hotel Westminster departs promptly at 9:00 am, and estimated arrival time into Paris is 11:30 am. URGENT: Please make all onward travel plans out of Paris today on the basis of this timing. Breakfast is your last on board meal. We hope to see you again on another Go Barging/European vessel. What about cruising in Southern Burgundy on the L’Impressionniste?



Please note:This is a sample itinerary which may be subject to change depending on local conditions. The route will run in reverse on alternate weeks. Contact The Barge Lady for reservations and more information about Barging on the canals and waterways of France Or call us toll free at 800-880-0071.

Renaissance Sample Menus

Dinner
Fresh Foie Gras Grilled with Grapes
Red Wine sauce
* * *
Lamb Medallions in a Red Wine sauce
served with
Potato Gratin and Young Spring Vegetables, Provencal style
* * *
Cheese Platter
Epoisse
Crottin de Chavignol
****
Trio of Chocolate Desserts in a Raspberry Coulis
* * * * *

Dinner
Escargot in Pastry with Cognac Sauce,
Garlic and Fresh Tarragon
* * *
Roasted Duck with Mini-Turnips, Orange Sauce
Puree of Artichokes and Fresh Garden Peas
* * *
Cheese Platter
Bleu de St. Agur
Livarot
****
Homemade Strawberry Pie with French Custard
* * * * *

Dinner
Salad of Wild Forest Mushrooms and Bacon
Caramelized Strawberry Vinegar dressing
* * *
Sole Filet in a White Wine Sauce
served with
Fennel Caramelized with Pastis liquor
Pasta tossed with Pesto
* * *
Cheese Platter
Crottin de Chavignol
St. Marcelin et Brie de Meaux
****
Coffee Mousse Cake with Fresh Fruits
* * * * *

~ Sample Wines ~
Domaine Changarnier Monthelie 2005
Domaine Jean Teiller Menetou-Salon 2006
Domaine Des Hautes Cornieres, Santenay
Domaine Lussac, Chateau Lyonnat Lussac-St Emilion 2002
Chateau Mire L’Etang Rosé
Domaine Fernand
* * * * *

Picture a Barge Cruise on Renaissance

Cruises in Upper Loire and Gatinais France

Renaissance Guest Book

"We had a wonderful time on our trip. The captain was absolutely fabulous, the was crew terrific, and our adorable chef created excellent meals."

- Cindy Kurtin, cruised October, 2014

"Everything was superb! Really wonderful. There was nothing we wanted, nothing not done perfectly. Loved the crew, the food, the excursions, the people. We loved the other passengers! Made some good friends. The Renaissance was really beautiful, clean, spacious. We loved the whole cruise!"

- Mary Bauer, cruised September, 2014

"The crew…can you duplicate these guys ? They were OUTSTANDING, loved them!!!!! The cuisine -- can’t say enough about Daniel the Chef, loved the food and the side trip to the market -- it was great, and as a foodie/wine person, the food hit the mark. My experience on the barge was incredible. I missed it after we left, as the atmosphere was just so comfortable and inviting, and I cannot say it enough."

- Larry Beasley, cruised May, 2014

"Our European trip was wonderful, and the barge Renaissance was the highlight. The crew made the trip so pleasurable. The Chef, Daniel, was amazing -- in fact, I would rather have stayed on the boat to eat his food rather than going to the Michelin-starred restaurant!  The rest of the crew were just top notch."

- Maria Beasley, cruised May, 2014

"The crew was FABULOUS! They were very caring and helpful, and great attitudes by all! Never a request that did not get fulfilled. The food was also great! Chef Daniel did a great job and tolerated intrusions into his kitchen with grace. He asked for suggestions every day. Portions were just right. Kudos to the Chef. I enjoyed the knowledgeable commentary by Hadrian, our Captain. The Barge Lady’s pre-trip information was very helpful, and I can’t think of anything it didn’t include. Overall, our experience on Renaissance was a great trip! Would do it again."

- David Whelan, cruised May, 2014

"We were very satisfied with our experience on Renaissance. Crew members Sarah, Emily, and Magda were exceptional in every way. Captain Laurent is terrific, and has a flair for social commentary which was at times hilarious. Cuisine was great, creative and presented well by Chef Oliver. The cabin was super, the cuisine excellent and the crew a great mixture of professional competence with cordial, warm and accommodating personalities. Lastly, your service and assistance are recognized and appreciated by all in my group. With your unique talent, you fit our group to the right barge and crew.”

- Stanley Clark, cruised September, 2013 (repeat Barge lady guest)

Renaissance Blog Posts, Recipes, Articles and Videos

Ask any Barge Lady, and she’ll tell you: when it comes to travel, more is better! Explore below for more of everything we love – videos, articles, blog posts, recipes and MORE!

 

 

 

 

European Waterways Brass Visits the Barge Lady in Chicago
The Barge Ladies are always delighted to welcome our colleagues from European Waterways, a company which owns six barges in France, including Upper Loire barge Renaissance.

 

+ - Overview

Cruise Details:

  • Up to 8 guests
  • 126 Ft. Long
  • Rating: Ultra Deluxe
  • Charter & Cabin bookings
  • English Speaking Crew of 5
  • 8 Bicycles
  • Air Conditioned
  • Last Visited 2016

Cruise Rate Includes:

6 nights/7 days in a cabin with a private bath, chauffeured transfers from Paris to the barge & return, all meals, from dinner the first night to breakfast the last morning, all wines with lunch & dinner, open bar, daily escorted excursions and use of onboard bicycles.

Cruise Rate Does NOT Include

Airfare to and from France, cancellation insurance and crew gratuity (suggested minimum amount is 5% of the cruise price)


Renaissance

We were delighted with our quick visit to Renaissance, flower arrangement on french barge renaissance
moored in the charming town of Rogny-les-Sept-Ecluses. Captain Laurent and Chef Sarah, an experienced and attractive young couple, lead a total crew of five. Renaissance has retained its glamour - with its Provencial-style décor using top materials and lovely artworks. The salon and deck looked wonderful. And we caught Sarah arranging an impressive flower display – see picture at right.

Cabins have always been a strength on Renaissance. They are among the largest in France, as are the bathrooms – and continue the pleasant, French-style ambiance established in the public areas. Guests will feel very comfortable in these cabins!

The area is outstanding, and is very convenient, with chauffeured transfers from Paris of two hours or less adding to the ease of cruising on Renaissance. This is a rural region, with miles of pristine canals lined with towpaths. The sightseeing is varied, and includes Chateau Guedlon, a medieval chateau being built with 13th century methods and materials. Very different! Along the way are lovely towns to explore, including Moret-sur-Loing, home of Impressionist painter Alfred Sisley. There is also dinner out at Auberge de Templiers, an historic post house now converted into a historic Relais et Chateau hotel and restaurant.

Winetasting in the Sancerre area exposes wines of the region. The town of Sancerre is perched high over the vineyards and affords amazing views!

Renaissance presents a lovely choice for four couples who are looking for something very deluxe – and who might have already barged in Burgundy. As well, the barge is a great choice for families looking for a gentle journey in which they can relax totally amidst spectacular scenery.


Floor Plan:

Barge Cruise
2017 Value Season Rates

Whole-Boat Charter for 6:$47,500
Whole-Boat Charter for 7: $49,000
Whole-Boat Charter for 8: $50,500
Individuals: $6,750 per person, double occupancy
Single Supplement: $2,450

2017 Value Season dates
April 9 - 15 July 23 - 29 August 13 - 19 October 15 - 21
April 16 - 22 July 30 - August 5 August 20 - 26 October 22 - 28
April 23 - 29 August 6 - 12 October 8 - 14

 

2017 regular Season rates

Whole-Boat Charter for 6: $54,000
Whole-Boat Charter for 7: $56,200
Whole-Boat Charter for 8: $58,400
Individuals: $7,850 per person double occupancy
Single Supplement: $2,850

2017 regular Season dates
April 30 - May 6 June 4 - 10 July 9 - 15 September 10 - 16
May 7 - 13 June 11 - 17 July 16 - 22 September 17 - 23
May 14 - 20 June 18 - 24 August 27 - September 2 September 24 - 30
May 21 - 27 June 25 - July 1 September 3 - 9 October 1 - 7
May 28 - June 3 July 2 - 8

Floor Plan:

Barge Cruise

Renaissance Accommodations and Amenities

  • 126 Feet Long
  • Four cabins with ensuite shower bath
  • All with choice of one king or two twin beds
  • Moliere & Voltaire Suites - 265 sq ft
  • Dumas & Hugo Suites - 235 sq ft
  • Also in each cabin
  • Satellite flatscreen TV/DVD
  • CD Player
  • In the Public Areas
  • Beautiful furnishings, fabric, china
  • Large picture windows in salon, dining room
  • Laptop with free Internet, WIFI with limited availability
  • Deck & Wheelhouse
  • Sundeck with Jacuzzi on deck
  • Dining table with large canopy
  • New and comfortable seating*
  • 8 touring bicycles






 

 

 


Renaissance Upper Loire Barge Cruise Itinerary

Montargis to Chatillon-sur-Loire In the Gatinais and Upper Loire

 

Sunday: Paris to Montargis
Welcome Aboard in this Pretty Town
You’ll be met at 2:15 pm in the lobby of the Warwick Westminster Opera, elegantly located on the Right Bank near to major tourist attractions and shopping. From there, drive directly in the barge minivan to Montargis, pictured at left, a town on the Canal de Briare in Upper Loire from where your cruise begins. Estimated travel time is two hours. Once on board, enjoy the traditional champagne welcome and introduction to crew. There will be time to stroll around this town, with its flower be-decked bridges, and enjoy the traditional quiet ambiance of a Sunday afternoon in France. Tonight’s dinner is the first of many gourmet meals to be enjoyed on board.



Monday:
Montargis to Montbouy
The Palace where Napoleon and Marie Antoinette Lived
This morning, we cruise out of Montargis, passing under flower-clad bridges into the countryside. During your morning cruise to Montcresson, now is the time to walk or bicycle through untouched countryside. After lunch, it’s time to visit Chateau de Fountainebleau, home of French royalty for centuries. Such personalities as Napoleon and Marie Antoinette added their stamp to the architecture and décor, see below. A late evening cruise to the final mooring at Montbouy will provide relaxation before dinner on board.

Tuesday: Montbouy to Rogny les-Sept-Ecluses
13th Century Construction Site and Techniques
Today’s excursion is to Chateau Guedelon. A team of fifty people have taken on an extraordinary feat to build a castle using the very same techniques and materials used in the Middle Ages. Work on the site began in 1997 and is scheduled to take 25 years to complete. Guédelon offers a unique opportunity to witness the different stages of a castle's construction with each phase being of interest in its own right. Let yourself be transported from the present day, back to the sights and sounds of a 13th century construction site. Afternoon gentle cruise to historic Rogny and its 350 year old floodlit 7 lock-flight.


Wednesday: Rogny les-Sept-Ecluses to La Gazonne
Dinner Ashore at an Elegant Auberge
After a leisurely breakfast of fresh croissants, baguettes and assorted pastries we visit Gien, home of the Faience pottery and hunting museums and Chateau de Gien. After lunch we enjoy an afternoon cruise to La Gazonne a beautiful mooring surrounded by lakes and ponds with Seine River one side and the Saone River the other side. Dinner tonight is at Auberge des Templiers, a former post house now turned into a prestigious Relais et Chateau inn and restaurant. Enjoy a stroll on the lovely grounds of this historic property.

Thursday: La Gazonne to Briare
A Chateau Associated with Joan of Arc
Morning cruise to Briare and Gustave Eiffel’s magical aqueduct across the River Loire with walking and bicycling for those that wish to do so. We preview Friday’s crossing of this amazing 10,000 ton, 662 metre Pont Canal which was completed in September 1896. This afternoon we visit Chateau de Sully sur Loire, pictured above. The castle originally belonged to Georges de la Trémoïlle, who infuriated Joan of Arc by encouraging the Dauphin to devote himself to idle hunting in the forests around Sully. After Joan's failure to liberate Paris 1430, de la Trémoïlle virtually imprisoned her in the castle. In the 18thC Voltaire, exiled from Paris, also spent time at the Château. Dinner on board.

Friday: Briare to Chatillon-sur-Loire
Cruise on an Aqueduct Designed by Eiffel
Morning wander around fruit and vegetable, seafood, cheese and French fashion stalls in the market in Briare and then a short cruise across the aqueduct, pictured at left before lunch on board. Afternoon visit to a family-run vineyard in Sancerre. This medieval hilltop village overlooks a vibrant and pulsating region which has known viticulture since Roman times. Captain’s Farewell Dinner on board.


Saturday: Chatillon-sur-Loire to Paris
A Sad Farewell
Your chauffeured transfer back to the Hotel Westminster departs promptly at 9:00 am, and estimated arrival time into Paris is 11:30 am. URGENT: Please make all onward travel plans out of Paris today on the basis of this timing. Breakfast is your last on board meal. We hope to see you again on another Go Barging/European vessel. What about cruising in Southern Burgundy on the L’Impressionniste?



Please note:This is a sample itinerary which may be subject to change depending on local conditions. The route will run in reverse on alternate weeks. Contact The Barge Lady for reservations and more information about Barging on the canals and waterways of France Or call us toll free at 800-880-0071.

+ - Menu

Renaissance Sample Menus

Dinner
Fresh Foie Gras Grilled with Grapes
Red Wine sauce
* * *
Lamb Medallions in a Red Wine sauce
served with
Potato Gratin and Young Spring Vegetables, Provencal style
* * *
Cheese Platter
Epoisse
Crottin de Chavignol
****
Trio of Chocolate Desserts in a Raspberry Coulis
* * * * *

Dinner
Escargot in Pastry with Cognac Sauce,
Garlic and Fresh Tarragon
* * *
Roasted Duck with Mini-Turnips, Orange Sauce
Puree of Artichokes and Fresh Garden Peas
* * *
Cheese Platter
Bleu de St. Agur
Livarot
****
Homemade Strawberry Pie with French Custard
* * * * *

Dinner
Salad of Wild Forest Mushrooms and Bacon
Caramelized Strawberry Vinegar dressing
* * *
Sole Filet in a White Wine Sauce
served with
Fennel Caramelized with Pastis liquor
Pasta tossed with Pesto
* * *
Cheese Platter
Crottin de Chavignol
St. Marcelin et Brie de Meaux
****
Coffee Mousse Cake with Fresh Fruits
* * * * *

~ Sample Wines ~
Domaine Changarnier Monthelie 2005
Domaine Jean Teiller Menetou-Salon 2006
Domaine Des Hautes Cornieres, Santenay
Domaine Lussac, Chateau Lyonnat Lussac-St Emilion 2002
Chateau Mire L’Etang Rosé
Domaine Fernand
* * * * *

Picture a Barge Cruise on Renaissance

Cruises in Upper Loire and Gatinais France

Renaissance Guest Book

"We had a wonderful time on our trip. The captain was absolutely fabulous, the was crew terrific, and our adorable chef created excellent meals."

- Cindy Kurtin, cruised October, 2014

"Everything was superb! Really wonderful. There was nothing we wanted, nothing not done perfectly. Loved the crew, the food, the excursions, the people. We loved the other passengers! Made some good friends. The Renaissance was really beautiful, clean, spacious. We loved the whole cruise!"

- Mary Bauer, cruised September, 2014

"The crew…can you duplicate these guys ? They were OUTSTANDING, loved them!!!!! The cuisine -- can’t say enough about Daniel the Chef, loved the food and the side trip to the market -- it was great, and as a foodie/wine person, the food hit the mark. My experience on the barge was incredible. I missed it after we left, as the atmosphere was just so comfortable and inviting, and I cannot say it enough."

- Larry Beasley, cruised May, 2014

"Our European trip was wonderful, and the barge Renaissance was the highlight. The crew made the trip so pleasurable. The Chef, Daniel, was amazing -- in fact, I would rather have stayed on the boat to eat his food rather than going to the Michelin-starred restaurant!  The rest of the crew were just top notch."

- Maria Beasley, cruised May, 2014

"The crew was FABULOUS! They were very caring and helpful, and great attitudes by all! Never a request that did not get fulfilled. The food was also great! Chef Daniel did a great job and tolerated intrusions into his kitchen with grace. He asked for suggestions every day. Portions were just right. Kudos to the Chef. I enjoyed the knowledgeable commentary by Hadrian, our Captain. The Barge Lady’s pre-trip information was very helpful, and I can’t think of anything it didn’t include. Overall, our experience on Renaissance was a great trip! Would do it again."

- David Whelan, cruised May, 2014

"We were very satisfied with our experience on Renaissance. Crew members Sarah, Emily, and Magda were exceptional in every way. Captain Laurent is terrific, and has a flair for social commentary which was at times hilarious. Cuisine was great, creative and presented well by Chef Oliver. The cabin was super, the cuisine excellent and the crew a great mixture of professional competence with cordial, warm and accommodating personalities. Lastly, your service and assistance are recognized and appreciated by all in my group. With your unique talent, you fit our group to the right barge and crew.”

- Stanley Clark, cruised September, 2013 (repeat Barge lady guest)

+ - More!

Renaissance Blog Posts, Recipes, Articles and Videos

Ask any Barge Lady, and she’ll tell you: when it comes to travel, more is better! Explore below for more of everything we love – videos, articles, blog posts, recipes and MORE!

 

 

 

 

European Waterways Brass Visits the Barge Lady in Chicago
The Barge Ladies are always delighted to welcome our colleagues from European Waterways, a company which owns six barges in France, including Upper Loire barge Renaissance.

 


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