Accommodations & Amenities View Deck Plan

  • 98 ft long, 6’6” – 7’6” ceiling heights throughout
  • 3 cabins ranging 133 – 168 sq ft, all with fixed Queen bed
  • Cabin 1, 147 sq ft, 7’6” ceiling height, 6’6” in bathroom
  • Cabin 2, 168 sq ft, 7’6” ceiling height, 6’6″ in bathroom
  • Cabin 3, 133 sq ft, 7’4” ceiling height, 6’3″ in bathroom
  • Ensuite Bathrooms with shower in all cabins
  • Adequate storage space in cabins
  • Salon and dining room
  • Deck with Canopy
  • Outdoor dining space and seating
Chauffeured Guided Sightseeing
Chauffeured Guided Sightseeing
Daily Housekeeping
Daily Housekeeping
WiFi (service fluctuates)
WiFi (service fluctuates)
Private Chef
Private Chef
Open Bar
Open Bar
Bicycles and Helmets
Bicycles and Helmets
Air Conditioning/Heating
Air Conditioning/Heating
Hair Dryer and Toiletries
Hair Dryer and Toiletries
Iron and Ironing Board (on request)
Iron and Ironing Board (on request)
Hot Tub on Deck
Hot Tub on Deck
Sound System
Sound System
220 volt outlets
220 volt outlets


Travel from Avignon to Arles on the River Rhone in Provence-Luberon

Bicycling Opportunities:
 (Bicycling is completely optional.)
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Welcome Aboard
Travel: Arrival to Avignon
Meals: Dinner onboard

A member of Mam Goz crew will meet your entire party at the front door of the Avignon TGV Station or in one location in central Avignon and transfer you to the barge moored in nearby Villeneuve-Lez-Avignon. After the traditional champagne welcome and introduction of the crew, what about exploring this delightful 14th-century fortress town? Your Tour Guide proposes La Chartreuse, a former monastery now converted into a museum. Stroll the streets as the sun sets, then return to Mam Goz for your first gourmet dinner onboard.

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The Charm of a Day Out in Provence
Travel: Avignon to Roquemaure/Chateauneuf-du-Pape
Meals: Breakfast & dinner onboard, lunch ashore

This morning your Tour Guide presents Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, known for its antique shops and bountiful Sunday market. Join the locals in shopping for seasonal produce, distinctive cheeses, and freshly baked pastries, as well as souvenirs and gifts. After lunch ashore in a petite bistro, discover Gordes, a charming hilltop village known for its white stone houses; then it’s on to the quaint Lavender Museum featuring the history of lavender in Provence. Return to Mam Goz for a late afternoon cruise to Chateauneuf-du-Pape, followed by dinner onboard.

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Winetasting, Cruising, and Touring
Travel: Chateauneuf-du-Pape/Roquemaure to Avignon
Meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner onboard

Your insider’s introduction to wines of Chateauneuf-du-Pape from the Rhone Valley begins at La Maison Brotte, famed for “La Fiole du Pape,” a vintage produced from the Grenache grape and presented in a unique undulating bottle. Then it’s on to Chateau Mont-Redon, whose first vines date back to Roman times. Back on board, cruise to Avignon where your Tour Guide introduces the majestic Palais de Papes and Pont Saint Benezet, a half-bridge spanning the Rhone. Enjoy a café in the square before returning to Mam Goz for dinner onboard.

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Incredible Roman Aqueduct
Travel: Avignon to Aramon
Meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner onboard

After a last stroll in Avignon, return to Mam Goz for a cruise to the rural mooring at Aramon. After lunch, your Tour Guide presents Pont du Gard, a perfectly preserved monumental Roman aqueduct. Then it’s on to Uzès, a charming and authentic Provencal village. Appreciate its squares surrounded by arcades, its typical workshops, and its beautiful medieval houses and old mansions. Back onboard, re-live the day over drinks and dinner. Then what about an after-dinner aperitif on deck as the stars emerge above?

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Enchanting Saint Rémy-de-Provence
Travel: Aramon to Vallabregues
Meals: Breakfast & dinner onboard, lunch ashore

After a short morning cruise, your Tour Guide chauffeurs you to Saint Rémy-de-Provence, an enchanting town of squares and winding alleys where fashion boutiques, art galleries, and artisans' stalls are nestled. Enjoy lunch at an authentic, local auberge, followed by an olive oil tasting at the farm of Moulin de Castellas. End the day with a walk in the nearby fortified Medieval city of Les Baux-de-Provence, followed by a return to Mam Goz for cocktails and dinner onboard.

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Follow Van Gogh's Footsteps in Arles
Travel: Vallabregues to Arles
Meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner onboard

Relax on deck during your final cruise. After lunch, your Tour Guide walks you into Arles to discover sites painted by Van Gogh during his stay in 1888-89. Arles is also famous for the Roman ruins, including an amphitheater, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take the time to explore, perhaps shopping for one last purchase or enjoying a coffee at the café made famous by Van Gogh. Back onboard, Chef is creating a Farewell Feast, a time to reminisce about the week’s adventures, ending your cruise on Mam Goz in style!

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A Sad Farewell
Travel: Transfer from Arles
Meals: Breakfast onboard

Depart at 10:00 am for your return to one location of your party’s choice in Avignon.

Please note: this is a sample itinerary which may be subject to change depending on local conditions.

Gourmet Dining

  • Fresh Local Asparagus, Vinaigrette “à la diable
  • Mediterranean Mussels in White Wine
  • Cheeses: Banon, Saint-Marcellin, and Picodon de la Drôme
  • Housemade Strawberry Sorbet
  • 2 Lunches Ashore Inclusive of the Cruise Rate
  • Crab Bisque with Garlic Rouille
  • Supreme of Guinea Fowl with Potatoes au Gratin
  • Cheese: Fresh Goat Cheese Marinated in Olive Oil, Provence Herbs, and Red Pepper
  • Apple Tarte Tatin with Vanilla Ice Cream
  • A Selection of After Dinner Drinks
  • Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Maison Brotte, Fiole du Pape Pere Anselme
  • Côte de Provence, Chateau Romanin, AOP Baux de Provence
  • Vin des Sables, Domaine Montcalm, Cuvee Excellence
  • Champagnes Alain Bernard

Rates & Dates

Value Season
Regular Season
Private Cruise for 6 guests-$33,000
Private Cruise for 5 guests-$31,000
Private Cruise for 4 guests-$29,000

2023 Dates

Gray Bold Dates = Regular Season

April1-7, 8-14, 15-21, 22-28, 29-5
May6-12, 13-19, 20-26, 27-2
June3-9, 10-16, 17-23, 24-30
July1-7, 8-14, 15-21, 22-28, 29-4
August5-11, 12-18, 19-25, 26-1
September2-8, 9-15, 16-22, 23-29, 30-6
October7-13, 14-20, 21-27

Additional Details

Included in the rate
  • 6 nights/7 days in a cabin with a private bath
  • Round trip chauffeured transfers to and from a local meeting point
  • A dedicated onboard crew consisting of a Captain, Chef, Tour Guide, and Hostess
  • All meals onboard and ashore from dinner the first evening to breakfast the final morning
  • All wines served with lunches and dinners both onboard and ashore
  • Open bar with alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Daily escorted excursions including admittance fees
  • Unlimited use of onboard amenities such as bicycles and the hot tub
Not included in the rate
  • International airfare
  • Cancellation insurance – A Cancel For Any Reason (CFAR) policy is recommended
  • Transport to and from the cruise region
  • Suggested crew gratuity of 5-10% of the cruise price

*All rates are quoted in U.S. Dollars unless otherwise noted

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