Accommodations & Amenities View Deck Plan

Accommodations
  • 98 ft long, 6’6” – 7’6” ceiling heights throughout
  • 3 cabins ranging 94 – 147 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, 94 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
Amenities
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
Bathrobe
Bathrobe
Safe
Safe
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

Itineraries

Travel from Sète to Avignon on the Canal du Rhone a Sète and Rhone River

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

In the afternoon, you will be met by a crew member of the Mam Goz at the designated meeting point. From here, relax as you are chauffeured to the barge, moored at Sète. A traditional champagne welcome and introduction to the crew awaits you, before your first gourmet dinner onboard.

Sunday
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Seaside Stroll
Travel: Sète to Palavas-les-Flots
Meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner onboard

A morning cruise begins the adventure. Laze on deck with a freshly brewed cup of coffee and watch the southern scenery slip by. Once docked, explore the lively seaside town of Palavas-les-Flots, a seaside resort frequented for its mild Mediterranean climate and sun-drenched beaches. Al fresco cafes and ice cream parlors line the lively avenues, while specialty shops and souvenir stores are perfect for browsing. A restored church in the center of town offers historical ballast. Back onboard, drinks and dinner await.

Monday
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A Pretty City and Fine Wine
Travel: Palavas-les-Flots to Aigues-Mortes
Meals: Breakfast & dinner onboard, lunch ashore

A morning cruise through rustic landscapes of the Coteaux du Languedoc is the perfect time to visit your Captain in his wheelhouse or socialize in the salon. This afternoon, the pretty city of Aigues-Mortes beckons for strolling and shopping. Founded by King Saint-Louis, its ruins and ramparts offer fascinating insight into the region's history. Then, a short drive to a family-owned Domaine culminates with samplings of their organic wines. Return to the barge for aperitifs and appetizers before Chef presents tonight's dinner.

Tuesday
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The Extraordinary City of Arles
Travel: Aigues-Mortes to Arles
Meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner onboard

Greet the day with croissants and coffee during an early morning cruise. Following lunch, arrive to the mooring in the ancient Roman city of Arles, with its many historical sites under the protection of the UNESCO World Heritage recognition. Walk ashore in the footsteps of Vincent van Gogh during a guided tour of the city. Once a provincial capital of ancient Rome, Arles is also known for many remains from that era, including the impressive Arles Amphitheatre. Return to the barge where cocktail hour precedes tonight’s gourmet dinner.

Wednesday
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Morning Market and Epicurean Experiences
Travel: Arles to Vallabregues
Meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner onboard

An early morning visit to the weekly “Marché Provençal” reveals stalls full of seasonal fruits, colorful vegetables, and handmade cheeses. After a mid-morning cruise, your Tour Guide escorts you to the lively Provencal town of St Remy for an afternoon stroll, and then a tasting at the olive farm of Moulin de Castelas showcases the area's delicious olive oil. Then, discover Les Baux-de-Provence, an medieval village with small squares, shady terraces, and an imposing fortress. Chef serves tonight's gourmet dinner onboard.

Thursday
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The Pope's Preserved Palace in Avignon
Travel: Vallabregues to Avingnon
Meals: Breakfast & dinner onboard, lunch ashore

Relax on deck as the Mam Goz plies the mighty River Rhone this morning. Upon mooring, your Tour Guide escorts you into the lively city of Avignon, home of the Papacy from 1309-77. After a bistro lunch ashore, a walking tour highlights architectural icons such the Palais des Papes, one of the largest Gothic buildings in Europe, reflecting its importance as the seat of Western Christianity during this time. Return to the Mam Goz and join friends both old and new for cocktails and canapes before Chef presents tonight's Farewell Feast.

Friday
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A Sad Farewell
Travel: Transfer from Avignon
Meals: Breakfast onboard

In the morning after breakfast, you will be chauffeured to the designated drop off point.

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

Gourmet Dining

Lunch
  • Cold beet soup with goat cheese, Oil of Les Baux and Espelette pepper
  • Confit of Duck, Hash browns and Roasted Market Vegetables
  • Local Cheese Board
  • Fresh Fruit Salad with Verbena Syrup
  • 2 Lunches Ashore Inclusive of the Cruise Rate
Dinner
  • Foie Gras with Sweet Onions of Cévennes Compote
  • Supreme of Guinea Fowl, Potato Gratin, Red Onions, Turnips and Snow Peas Confit
  • Fresh Goat Cheese
  • Fougasse d’ Aigues-Mortes
Wine
  • Châteauneuf-du-Pape, DOMAINE MONT REDON
  • Côte-rôtie, DOMAINE DE BONSERINE
  • Costières de Nîmes, CHÂTEAU BEAUBOIS
  • Gigondas, DOMAINE DES BOSQUETS
  • Clairette de Bellegarde TERRE DES CHARDONS
  • Languedoc La Clape CHÂTEAU MIRE L’ÉTANG

Rates & Dates

Accommodation
Value Season
Regular Season
Private Cruise for 6 guests-$29,700
Private Cruise for 5 guests-$27,000
Private Cruise for 4 guests-$23,600

2020 Dates

Gray Bold Dates = Regular Season

Month
Days
April11-17, 18-24, 25-1
May2-8, 9-15, 16-22, 23-29, 30-5
June6-12, 13-19, 20-26, 27-3
July4-10, 11-17, 18-24, 25-31
August1-7, 8-14, 15-21, 22-28, 29-4
September5-11, 12-18, 19-25, 26-2
October3-9, 10-16, 17-23, 24-30

Additional Details

Included in the rate
  • 6 nights/7 days in a cabin with a private bath
  • pickup and drop off at a designated meeting point in Avignon or Montpellier
  • 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
Not included in the rate
  • Airfare to and from France
  • cancellation insurance and crew gratuity (suggested minimum amount is 5% of the cruise price)
Mam Goz Route

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