Paris Boat Cruises
Paris boat cruises can offer you and your family great cruise-deals and a different perspective of Paris. Whether you are searching for a dinner cruise or a batobus that allows you to hop on and off, our list is sure to please.
The offerings of these cruise companies are diverse. Choose cheap cruise deals, good for family groups, up to luxurious romantic dinner cruises for couples.
Whether you are searching for a cruise to highlight the tourism monuments of Paris or one that will take you down the Canal St-Martin and through a variety of locks, they can all be found here.
Bateaux Mouches – This one hour and twenty minute boat trip on the Seine departs from Pont de l’Alma approximately every 20 minutes beginning mid-morning. They also have lunch and dinner cruise-deals.
Bateaux Parisiens – This one hour tour departs from the foot of both the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame approximately every 30 minutes beginning mid-morning. Lunch and dinner cruises are also available.
Canauxrama provides you with cruises on Parisian canals, the Marne River and the Seine River. One such cruise boards at either the Marina of Paris Arsenal or Parc de la Villette. This two hour cruise follows the Canal St Martin, through tree lined banks and four locks. Another option is the round-trip day cruise to Bry-sur-Marne just east of Paris. This company has a variety of cruise choices that you should check on their website.
Croisier Paris – With Croisier Paris (Paris Cruises) you have a choice of luxurious dinner cruises to select from as you enjoy the monuments of Paris by night floating down the Seine.
Marina de Paris – Marina de Paris (Paris Marina) offers you a choice of lunch or dinner cruises along the Seine. These cruises board at the foot of the Musée d’ORSAY.
Paris Canal – Cruise along Canal St Martin, Canal Ourq, the Seine, the Marne or the canal St Denis. Paris Canal offers a variety of choices and the opportunity to see unfamiliar parts of Paris.
Vedettes de paris – boat trips along the Seine departing from the foot of the Eiffel Tower approximately every half hour beginning mid morning. Dinner cruises as well as an on-board bar for snacks are both available.
Batobus is literally a bus on the water. You can purchase a 1-day, 2-days or 5-day pass and there are 8 points of departure and embarkation. Ride a little, hop off and do some sight-seeing and then hop back on for a bit more cruising.