MS Camargue was built in 1995 and completely renovated by CroisiEurope in 2015. The 360-foot long river vessel sails the Rhone and Saone rivers and carries 104 passengers. The majority of passengers are Americans and Europeans (typically aged 45 years and above). The languages on board are French and English.
There are 54 cabins on board Camargue. All of rooms measure 97 square feet and have a river view. All cabins have individual air-conditioning units, safe, flat-screen television, radio, phone (for internal calls), hairdryer and a private bathroom with shower.
The Camargue Restaurant offers sophisticated cuisine with quality service. Breakfast and lunch are buffets and dinners are three courses and include local wine and cuisine. All meals are offered in single sitting and feature French and international cuisine prepared by French chefs. Guests can join food and wine tastings on board and shore excursions also include tastings of local wines and traditional cuisine.
MS Camargue has a lounge bar with a dance floor, a large sundeck with deckchairs and gift shop.
There are no facilities for children on board.
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