Cruises

The Queen Mary 2, Transatlantic cruises, General (Photo by Trondheim Havn)
The Queen Mary 2, Transatlantic cruises, General

Cruises to or from France

Keep in mind that the sea crusie port for "Paris" is actually Le Havre, some 200km (and a 2.5-hour drive or 2–2.5-hour train ride) away.

The Queen Mary 2 (Photo by Trondheim Havn)

Taking the slow boat to Europe: Crossing the Atlantic by cruise boat from $650

 
Cruising past Avignon (Photo courtesy of Scenic Cruises)

Cruising the Rhine, Rhone, Seine, Loire, and other rivers of France

 
You can book a shore excursion via a third party for much less than the ship charges (Photo courtesy of Viator.com)

Book your own cruise excursions for up to 40% less than the cruise ships charge

 
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If it's one of the seven deadly sins—gluttony (booze; food), greed (gambling), sloth (spas), extravagance (shore excursions)—it's how a cruise lines makes all its profit

 
 (Photo by Michael Hansen)

Are cruises safe? Can I cancel a cruise? Can I get cruise cancellation insurance?

 
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Cruising past Avignon (Photo courtesy of Scenic Cruises)

Cruising the Rhine, Rhone, Seine, Loire, and other rivers of France

 
Barging along the Saone River in Burgundy (Photo courtesy of Locaboat.com)

Barge cruises and barge rentals to cruise the rivers, canals, and inland waterways of France

 
Sailing the Gulf of St. Tropez in the French Riviera (Photo by mhobl)

Sailing the coast and islands of France

 
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Cruising past Notre Dame on the Ile-de-la-Cité (Photo Unknown)

Take a sightseeing or dinner cruise on the Seine River

 
The Queen Mary 2 (Photo by Trondheim Havn)

Taking the slow boat to Europe: Crossing the Atlantic by cruise boat from $650

 
You can book a shore excursion via a third party for much less than the ship charges (Photo courtesy of Viator.com)

Book your own cruise excursions for up to 40% less than the cruise ships charge

 
 (Photo )

If it's one of the seven deadly sins—gluttony (booze; food), greed (gambling), sloth (spas), extravagance (shore excursions)—it's how a cruise lines makes all its profit

 
 (Photo by Michael Hansen)

Are cruises safe? Can I cancel a cruise? Can I get cruise cancellation insurance?

 
A Batobus passing Notre Dame (Photo by dmytrok)

Ferries, water taxis, and Seine cruises in Paris