Danièle was built in 2016 and cruises on the Canal de Garonne in south-west France. The 130-foot barge has two decks and carries 24 passengers and six crew.
There are 12 cabins on board, all with a window, ensuite bathroom with shower, television, radio, telephone (for internal calls only), safe and independent air-conditioning. Wi-Fi is available on board. One cabin is designed for guests with limited mobility.
Meals on board are offered in a single sitting and feature French cuisine. Complimentary wine, beer, fruit juice and coffee are offered with lunch and dinner.
There is a spacious lounge with bar, a restaurant, sun deck with loungers and parasols, a barbecue deck and a Jacuzzi at the prow of the barge. Bicycles are available for passengers to use.
There are no facilities specifically for children on board, but children aged two to nine years receive a discounted fare.
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