Decide to have a great time. The crew is hard-working and attentive. The food is great and extensive.
Ship is fine but quite modest. Staff works hard and tour director was very good. Cabins are quite cramped but this might be normal for river cruises. No on deck activities scheduled just coach tours. Everything seemed to be extra and wine/ beer provided with meals was of low quality.
Consider skipping the Rinda lunch to have lunch in Paris and avoid the bus trip back and forth to Le Pecq. If possible, book your trip on a different boat..
I loved everything about the ship. They did have the usual talks about what the next days excursions would be, a night of local music on board, a video about the ship, a cocktail hour etc. The cabin was not cramped to me. It was the same as a similar cruise I took on a larger ship but more modern.
Don't bother paying extra for a balcony room because chances are you will be docked right next to another river boat. They actually touch each other. The only way to disembark from your ship is to cross over the ship beside you..Could be two or three ships wide.
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