L’Art de Vivre

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  • Year 1997
  • Length 30.00 m
  • Beam 5.00 m
  • Tons 0 gt
  • Decks 2
  • Cabins 4
  • Passengers 8
  • Crew 4
  • Crew/Pax ratio 1 : 2.00
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  • Language English
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L’Art de Vivre joined the fleet in 1997, with a length of 30 meters and a width of 5 meters, it can accommodate up to 8 passengers in its 5 cabins. L’Art de Vivre is the oldest barge in the fleet and was built in England during World War I as a supply ship for Allied troops fighting in the Somme.
She is a traditional barge in style, with original wood and brass elements that emphasize her heritage and create a warm and inviting interior atmosphere. The comfortable, compact cabins all have modern en-suite facilities, and the lovely salon combines modern touches with more traditional furnishings. Outside, there's a solarium where you can relax with a glass of wine while cruising through the Burgundy countryside and a hot tub.
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