Accommodations & Amenities

  • Three double occupancy cabins
  • Corbieres Cabin – 130 sq feet, King or two twin beds
  • Minervois Cabin – 130 sq feet, King or two twin beds
  • Laurgais cabin – 160 sq feet, King bedded cabin
  • One single occupancy cabin
  • Malepere Cabin – 60 sq feet, located off salon
Also in Each Cabin
  • Tiled ensuite shower/bath
  • Skylight, opening brass portholes
Public Area
  • WIFI with limited availability
  • Dining area with open kitchen
  • Skylit salon
  • 100 Feet Long
  • Unique tiled deck
  • 6 Bicycles
  • New all road bicycles with simple 18 gear system that makes cycling along the canal very comfortable


Travel from La Redorte to Bram on the Canal du Midi

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Welcome Aboard
Travel: Arrival to La Redorte
Meals: Dinner onboard

In the afternoon, you will be met by a crew member of the Savannah in at the designated meeting point in Narbonne. From here, relax as you are chauffeured to the barge, moored nearby in the petite village of La Redorte. A traditional champagne welcome and introduction to the crew awaits you, before your first of many gourmet dinners onboard.

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A Grape Time Was Had By All
Travel: La Redorte to Millepetit
Meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner onboard

This morning, your Tour Guide accompanies you to Minerve, a preserved Medieval city with fascinating social, historical, and military import. A private tour and tasting at a local vineyard follows, revealing the nuances and complexities of the Languedoc's grapes. Return to the barge for a lazy afternoon cruise, where you can meander along the tow path with a gentle pedal or leisurely stroll. Foodies are invited to join Chef in the open kitchen for a cooking demonstration. Canapes, cocktails, and a gourmet dinner round out the day.

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Market Day with Chef
Travel: Millepetit to Villedubert lock
Meals: Breakfast & dinner onboard, lunch ashore

A visit to Narbonne begins the day. As a regional capital established in 118 B.C.E. as a Roman colony, Roman ruins are reverentially presented in public spaces, while the Narbonne market reflects the region’s gastronomic bounty. Chef will join you as you select the market fresh meat, produce, and herbs served at tonight’s dinner. After lunch in the market, your Tour Guide will chauffeur you back to the barge for an afternoon cruise. Relax on deck, or take a bicycle ride in preparation for drinks and dinner.

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Captivating Carcassonne
Travel: Villedubert lock to Ladouce lock
Meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner onboard

A morning cruise presents pastoral countryside glide by. In the afternoon, your Tour Guide chauffeurs you to Carcassonne, a fortified Medieval fortress with a walled city. Explore the ancient castle and preserved ramparts to admire the mighty 53 Roman towers, enjoying panoramic views over the vistas beyond. Stroll the cobblestone boulevards into local cafes and specialty boutiques. Return to the barge and feel free to join Chef in the galley while the finishing touches are being put on tonight’s gourmet dinner.

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Automotive Adventures!
Travel: Ladouce lock to Villeseque lock
Meals: Breakfast &dinner onboard, lunch ashore

This morning, an adventure on the French roads awaits! Hop into your own Citroen 2CV cars and drive to the Chateau de Pennautier for winetasting and luncheon. The Chateau, still owned by direct heirs of the Pennautier family, cultivates 146 hectares of vines of varying ages, around two thirds of which are AOC Cabardès and the remainder Vin de Pays. Back on the barge, relax on deck with a glass of locally produced wine, or traverse the towpath with a gentle pedal or leisurely stroll. Cocktail hour precedes another gourmet dinner.

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Magnificent Medieval Town
Travel: Villesque lock to Bram Port
Meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner onboard

This morning, the Canal du Midi is abandoned for the foothills of the Pyrenees Mountains. Mirepoix, a medieval town in Ariège, awaits. The bustling market is a lively scene, and you can mingle with the locals. Sip, shop, and stroll your way through this charming market town. Your Tour Guide will return you the barge, where a lazy afternoon cruise awaits. Discover the petite hamlets along the canal via bicycle or foot, or have one last cooking demonstration with Chef before cocktail hour and the Captain’s Dinner concludes the evening.

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Sad Farewell
Travel: Transfer from Bram Port
Meals: Breakfast onboard

After breakfast, you will be chauffeured to the designated drop off point in Narbonne.

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

Gourmet Dining

  • Tatare of Smoked Salmon and Fresh Vegetables
  • Pork Filet Mignon with a Medley of Sunshine Vegetables and Cocotte Potatoes
  • Cheeses: Comte, Cabecou, and Tomme de Pyranees
  • A Selection of Coffees, Teas, and Biscuits
  • 2 Lunches Ashore Inclusive of the Cruise Rate
  • Cream of Beetroot, Mint, and Coconut
  • Filet of Cod, Glazed Vegetables, and Asparagus Tips
  • Cheeses: Boulette aux Poivres and Le Cayrou
  • Homemade Profiteroles with Warm Chocolate Sauce
  • A Selection of After Dinner Drinks
  • Sancerre Francois Cotat 2006
  • Saint Chinan Mas Champart, 2008
  • Corbiers Haut Gleon Rose, 2007
  • Cotes de Rhone, L’Elementaire – 2007
  • Coteaux du Languedoc Domaine Les Aurelles, Déella 2008
  • Les Clos de Paulilles, Cap Bear 2007

Rates & Dates

Value Season
Regular Season
Private Charter for 6 guests-$30,600
Private Charter for 5 guests-$27,000
Private Charter for 4 guests-$22,800
Double Cabin (Per Person, Double Occupancy)-$6,000
Single-Occupancy Supplement-$1,800

2019 Dates

Gray Bold Dates = Regular Season

April6-12, 13-19, 20-26, 27-3
May4-10, 11-17, 18-24, 25-31
June1-7, 8-14, 15-21, 22-28, 29-5
July6-12, 13-19, 20-26, 27-2
August3-9, 10-16, 17-23, 24-30, 31-6
September7-13, 14-20, 21-27, 28-4
October5-11, 12-18, 19-25

Additional Details

Included in the rate
  • 6 nights/7 days in a cabin with a private bath
  • 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
  • transportation to the cruise route (we will assist you with this)
  • cancellation insurance and crew gratuity (suggested minimum amount is 5% of the cruise price

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

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