L'Art de Vivre

​L’Art de Vivre was built in England during World War One as a supply vessel to the allied troops of the Somme.

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L’Art de Vivre was built in England during World War One as a supply vessel to the allied troops of the Somme. She has been carefully transformed by skilled craftsmen into a floating celebration of the Burgundian “good life”.

The comfortable cabins have modern en suite facilities and the delightful saloon combines contemporary leather with more traditional furnishings.

There is a sun deck to relax on with a glass of wine as you glide through the pretty Burgundy countryside, a relaxing spa pool and, of course, bicycles for exploring the towpath before rejoining the hotel barge at one of the locks up ahead.

Your crew of four comprises a Captain, Master Chef, Tour Guide and Hostess, all with a love of the Nivernais Canal and secure in the knowledge that their vessel represents “L’Art de Vivre” itself. 

The region simply oozes charm and the cruise is a journey back in time along a magical waterway.

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Featured L'Art de Vivre Journeys

Private7 days, from €3,590
l'Art de Vivre

L’Art de Vivre was built in England during World War One as a supply vessel to the allied troops of the Somme.

Private7 days, from €3,590

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