Besides Savoir Vivre's cruise route of the gorgeous Canal de Bourgogne in Burgundy and top crew, this barge offers excellent value with prices ranging from $3250 to $3500 per guest on an 8-person charter, depending upon the season.
Speaking of season... Savoir Vivre has added more weeks to their 2013 Low Season!
|LOW SEASON||NORMAL SEASON|
|March 31 - May 11|
July 28 - August 24
October 13 - 26
|May 12 - July 27|
August 25 - October 12
|LOW SEASON||NORMAL SEASON|
|6 guests: $24,000|
7 guests: $25,000
8 guests: $26,000
|6 guests: $26,000|
7 guests: $27,000
8 guests: $28,000
The cruise price includes the cost of 6 dinners ashore and a half bottle of wine per person.
Read what Savoir Vivre's guests from the 2012 season have said about:
- THE EXPERIENCE
“Savoir Vivre exceeded my expectations. The service and the food were on par with a cruise we took several years ago on a more expensive luxury barge in the same area.”
“I am in the adventure travel business and therefore can be quite critical when traveling with other travel companies – but this was top notch.”
“I feel I definitely saw some of the real France.”
- THE BARGE
“The cabins were great! They were nicer than we expected. Very modern, clean and efficient. The bathrooms were super and the showers were great.”
“Our cabin was charming, nicely decorated and had more storage and a larger shower than expected.”
- THE CREW
“To rate the crew as ‘excellent’ doesn’t do them justice. The three of them worked exceptionally well together and were the major reason for our wonderful experience. Jo, the Hostess, worked magic. Laura, the Guide, was well-versed in the history of the area and made it come alive.”
“Our crew was excellent. I can’t imagine travelling with a better crew! They were like family and I cried when we had to say goodby.”
“Captain Richard is the most friendly and outgoing person. He handles all the personalities and still stays at the top of his game.”
‘Guide Laura went out of her way to supply a special wine that I had mentioned and was unable to locate thus far in France. She surprised me with a bottle that we were able to drink right on a spot overlooking the vineyards.”
- THE FOOD – ON BOARD and ON SHORE
“We enjoyed eating at various restaurants in the villages each night. This was one of the main reasons we chose Savoir Vivre, and it fully lived up to our expectations.”
“We would rate the cuisine as EXCELLENT. The breakfasts were very nice – not too much food but just what we wanted. LOVED the lunches – Chef Steve catered ‘to die for’ quiches and the most delicious salads of all types. On the last day, we had wonderful poached salmon.”
“The food was outstanding – breakfast, lunch and dinner. But the evening meals on shore became everyone’s favorite and we looked forward to them all day.”
“We will miss the three salads, quiches, baguettes, real butter, meat, cheeses, two wines, desert and café served at lunch each day!”
Sounds good? Contact Paradise Connections to book your charter aboard Savoir Vivre in Burgundy France for next season. But, don't wait too long because, as of October 9, 2012, they already have NINE WEEKS booked!
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