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Print Boat Info

Enchanté has been completely refurbished to the highest standard. She provides luxurious accommodation for up to 8 guests in 4 equal en-suite twin or double suites. She has a demonstration galley for guests to view the chef's creations, internet connection on board and a guest computer available, DVD/TV and air conditioning throughout. She was designed with every comfort in mind. They didn't forget a thing on this luxurious vessel.

Boat Details

Boat Size: 100 x 17 ft
Number of Cabins: 4
Crew: 4
Cruise Length: 6 nights
Departure Day: Sunday

Cabin Information

Suite 1
  • Twin or Queen
  • 200 sq ft
Suite 2
  • Twin or Queen
  • 200 sq ft
Suite 3
  • Twin or Queen
  • 200 sq ft
Suite 4
  • Twin or Queen
  • 200 sq ft
Note: All cabin sizes are approximate.

Boat Amenities

A/C
Bicycles
Sun Shade
Jacuzzi
Books & Games
Open Bar
Transfers
WIFI
Computer with printer
Demonstration Kitchen

Cabin Amenities

A/C
Hairdryers
Heating
Bathrobes
Opening Portholes

Pickup Location

4:00 PM, Central Location Narbonne

Note: Pickup locations may be TBD on charter bookings.

Dropoff Location

10:30 AM, Central Location Narbonne

Note: dropoff locations may be TBD on charter bookings.

Boat Diagram

enchante-deckplan
Trebes to Salleles d'Aude
Sunday
Welcome Aboard!
Guests are met at the designated meeting point and escorted by minibus to Enchanté, moored in Trèbes. A champagne welcome and an introduction to the Captain and crew, followed by dinner on board. 
 
Monday
Trebes to Puicheric
A fascinating morning tour of Carcassonne. Dating back to the Gallo-Roman era, this is the most complete medieval fortified city in existence today with its 52 watchtowers, portcullis and extraordinary repertoire of defences, which resisted the many armies that tried to storm this glorious Camelot setting. This afternoon, we cruise along the 330-year-old canal and gently circle the contours of the land through the dappled Cathedral-like canopy of the plane trees, to Puichéric lock. You might want to admire the lock-keeper’s artistic creations which surround the lock-house. Dinner on board. 
 
Tuesday
Puicheric to Jouarres
This morning, our cruise descends the trademark locks of the Canal du Midi as the steep relief requires them to be more numerous and deeper. This is a great opportunity to walk or cycle from one lock to the next as Enchanté cruises on, navigating the triple locking system. The afternoon excursion is a wine tour and tasting at the winery of Château Saint Jacques d’Albas in Minervois, one of the few regions to receive the much envied French mark of approval for wines known as A.O.C. (Appellation d’Origine Controlée).This informative tour offers an opportunity to sample wine in situ and find out more about the Languedoc’s long-standing and continuing wine trade. Dinner on board. 
 
Wednesday
Jouarres to Roubia
This morning, we visit a Benedictine Abbey founded in the 8th century. Nestled in Lagrasse, a village awarded the title of “Plus beaux villages de France” and home to many artisans who have set up workshops in the medieval centre, the restored Abbey was once one of the most prosperous thanks to Charlemagne’s charter. Then we sample some local cuisine with lunch ashore in a spectacular setting overlooking the Corbières, before returning to Enchanté for our cruise to Roubia . This afternoon, while cruising under the shade of the plane trees which line the canal, we pass the canal bridge “l’Epanchoir”, one of the many feats of engineering invented by Pierre Riquet for the Canal du Midi. Dinner on board. 
 
Thursday
Roubia to Le Somail
A morning cruise through vineyards and pine trees to the charming and historical village of Le Somail, purpose-built for the Canal du Midi. This bustling little village is situated on the “grand bief”, another engineering prowess unique to the Canal du Midi. Take some time to explore the old bookstore of Le Somail. An afternoon excursion to “L'Oulibo”, meaning olive in the Occitan language, a local co-operative olive oil press where we will sample the famous Lucques olive oil. We continue by minibus to Minerve, the ancient capital of the Minervois, which boasts a 12th century Cathar fort surrounded by deep limestone gorges. Besieged by Simon de Montfort in 1210, its hilltop location affords spectacular views. Dinner on board. 
 
Friday
Le Somail to Salleles d’Aude
This morning’s excursion is to Narbonne, a Roman Mediterranean capital where the Visigoth monarchs once lived. Enjoy a visit to the Archbishop's Palace and the indoor market at the hub of this bustling canal side town, where you will have time to shop or simply absorb the vibrant atmosphere. Afternoon cruise through the series of locks and narrow bridges of the Robine Canal, built after the Canal du Midi to link Narbonne to the Mediterranean. Cycle ahead and explore the village of Sallèles d’Aude, our final mooring. Captain’s Farewell Dinner on board. 
 
Saturday
Sallèles d’Aude
After breakfast, disembark Enchanté and transfer to the designated drop-off point. 
Salleles d'Aude to Trebes
Sunday
Welcome Aboard!
Guests are met at the designated meeting point, and transferred by minibus to Enchanté, moored in Sallèles d’Aude. A champagne welcome and an introduction to the Captain and crew, followed by dinner on board. 
 
Monday
Sallèles d’Aude to Ventenac
This morning, our cruise takes us through the series of locks and narrow bridges of the Robine Canal, built after the Canal du Midi to link Narbonne to the Mediterranean. Our cruise ends at the charming and historical village of Ventenac. Take some time to explore the château which was converted into a winery, before an afternoon excursion to “L'Oulibo”, meaning olive in the Occitan language, a local co-operative olive oil press where we will sample the famous Lucques olive oil. We continue by minibus to Minerve, the ancient capital of the Minervois, which boasts a 12th century Cathar fort surrounded by deep limestone gorges. Besieged by Simon de Montfort in 1210, its hilltop location affords spectacular views. Dinner on board. 
 
Tuesday
Ventenac to Bassanel
After breakfast, our excursion is to Narbonne, a Roman Mediterranean capital where the Visigoth monarchs once lived. Enjoy a visit to the Archbishop's Palace and the indoor market at the hub of this bustling canalside town, where you will have time to shop or simply absorb the vibrant atmosphere. An afternoon cruise through vineyards and pine trees along the “grand bief,” another engineering prowess unique to the Canal du Midi, to Bassanel. This picturesque mooring under the trees presents a perfect opportunity to try your hand at a game of boules, followed by an alfresco dinner on board. 
 
Wednesday
Bassanel to Puichéric
This morning, we visit a Benedictine Abbey founded in the 8th century. Nestled in Lagrasse, a village awarded the title of “Plus beaux villages de France” and home to many artisans who have set up workshops in the medieval centre, the restored Abbey was once one of the most prosperous thanks to Charlemagne’s charter. Then we sample some local cuisine with lunch ashore in a spectacular setting overlooking the Corbieres vineyards, before returning to the barge to cruise past the canal bridge “l’Epanchoir”, one of the many feats of engineering invented by Pierre Riquet for the Canal du Midi, to Puichéric lock. You might want to admire the lock-keeper’s artistic creations which surround the lock-house. Dinner on board. 
 
Thursday
Puichéric to Marseillette
A morning cruise along the 330-year-old canal ascending its trademark locks as the relief becomes steeper. This is a great opportunity to walk or cycle from one lock to the next as Enchanté cruises on, navigating the triple locking system. The afternoon excursion is a wine tour and tasting at the winery of Château Saint Jacques d’Albas in Minervois, one of the few regions to receive the much envied French mark of approval for wines known as A.O.C. (Appellation d’Origine Controlée).This informative tour offers an opportunity to sample wine in situ and find out more about the Languedoc’s long-standing and continuing wine trade. Dinner on board. 
 
Friday
Marseillette to Trèbes
A fascinating morning tour of Carcassonne. Dating back to the Gallo-Roman era, this is the most complete medieval fortified city in existence today with its 52 watchtowers, portcullis and extraordinary repertoire of defences, which resisted the many armies that tried to storm this glorious Camelot setting. This afternoon, we cruise through the dappled Cathedral-like canopy of the plane trees to Trèbes. Once a major ally to Carcassonne this medieval town still retains unique paintings within its 13th century church. Captain's Farewell Dinner on board. 
 
Saturday
Breakfast and Farewell
After breakfast, disembark Enchanté and transfer to the designated drop-off point. 
Salleles d'Aude to Trebes 
Sunday
Welcome Aboard!
You are met at the designated meeting point and escorted by minibus to Enchante moored in Sallèles d’Aude. Champagne welcome followed by dinner on board.
 
Monday
Salleles d'Aude to Le Somail
Morning cruise through the series of locks and narrow bridges of the Robine Canal, built after the Canal du Midi to link Narbonne and the Mediterranean, to the charming and historical village of the Le Somail, purpose built for the Canal du Midi. Take some time to explore the old bookstore of Le Somail. Afternoon excursion to a local goat’s cheese farm at Combebelle, teamed with an excursion to “Oulibo”, Occitan for olive. This cooperative olive oil press is a great opportunity to sample the famous Lucques olive. Dinner on board.
 
Tuesday
Le Somail to Bassanel
This morning’s excursion is to Narbonne’s “espace liberté” a vast entertainment centre with indoor swimming pool and giant slide, ice-skating rink, trampolines and bowling alley. Afternoon cruise, through vineyards and pine trees along the “grand bief,” another engineering prowess unique to the Canal du Midi, to Roubia, a picturesque mooring under the trees and a perfect opportunity to try your hand at pétanque the local sport of boules. Dinner on board.
 
Wednesday
Bassanel to Puicheric
This morning we take the minibus to the bustling market of Lézignan Corbières, after which we continue to the village of Lagrasse, home to the 1900 toy museum. A chance to sample some local cuisine with lunch ashore in a spectacular setting overlooking the Corbières. Afternoon cruise to Puicheric past l’Epanchoir, one of the canal bridges invented by Pierre Riquet for the Canal du Midi. You might want to admire the lock-keeper’s artistic creations which surround the lock-house. Dinner on board.
 
Thursday
Puicheric to Marseillette
Morning cruise along the 330 year old Midi canal ascending its trademark locks, walking from one to the next or perhaps cycling ahead to explore the triple locking system that Enchante will navigate. Afternoon excursion to the Grottes de Limousis, a spectacular succession of caves with amazing stalagmitic barriers, which was discovered in the early 19th Century. Dinner on board.
 
Friday
Marseillette to Trebes
This morning’s excursion is to Narbonne, a Roman Mediterranean capital where the Visigoth monarchs once lived. EAn exciting morning excursion to Chateau Chalabre, a medieval theme park with craft workshops, medieval entertainments, exhibitions, medieval combat and jousting promenades. We cruise in the afternoon through dappled Cathedral-like canopy of the plane trees to Trebes, once a major ally for Carcassonne, this medieval town still retains unique paintings within it 13th C church. Captains Farewell Dinner on board.
 
Saturday
Breakfast and Farewell
After breakfast, disembark Enchanté and transfer to the designated drop-off point. 
Golf Cruise
Sunday
Welcome Aboard!
Guests are met at the designated meeting point and escorted by minibus to Enchanté, moored in Trèbes. A champagne welcome and an introduction to the Captain and crew, followed by dinner on board. 
 
Monday
Trebes to Marseillette
Fascinating morning tour of Carcassonne. Dating back to the Gallo-Roman era, this is the most complete mediaeval fortified city in existence today with its 52 watchtowers, portcullis and extraordinary repertoire of defences, which resisted the many armies that tried to storm this glorious Camelot setting. Enjoy Cassoulet in Carcassonne before golf at Golf de Carcassonne. Challenging water obstacles and bunkers make this a tactical golf course for players of all levels. Dinner on board. (18 holes, 5,800m, Par 71).
 
Tuesday
Marseillette to Puicheric
Morning cruise under the shade of the plane trees which line the canal to Puicheric. After lunch we golf at Golf de St Thomas. This course offers various types of play: woods, hills, lakes and on some fairways a more classic approach. We continue cruising to a picturesque mooring under the trees, a perfect opportunity to try your hand at pétanque the local sport of boules followed by an alfresco dinner on board. (18 holes, par 72, 6130m).
 
Wednesday
Puicheric to Bassanel
This morning we play golf at Lamalou-les-Bains Golf Course located at the foot of Mt Carooux by the River Orb, this course with its three small lakes, is flat, wooded, short, technical and most enjoyable. Afternoon cruise, we transverse the canal bridge l’Epanchoir, one of the many feats of engineering invented by Pierre Riquet for the Canal du Midi, to Bassanel. Dinner on board. (9 holes, 2,600m, Par 35).
 
Thursday
Bassanel to Le Somail
Morning cruise through vineyards and pine trees to the charming and historical village of the Le Somail, purpose built for the Canal du Midi. Take some time to explore the old bookstore of Le Somail. Afternoon excursion to a wine tasting in the Saint Chinian, the first village of the region to receive the much envied French mark of approval for wines known as A.O.C. (Appellation d’Origine Controlée), teamed with an excursion to “Oulibo”, Occitan for olive. This cooperative olive oil press is a great opportunity to sample the famous Lucques olive. Dinner on board.
 
Friday
Le Somail to Sallèles d’Aude
This morning we enjoy a round of golf at Cap d'Agde. This golf course is located in a colourful landscape created by one of the world's most renowned architects, Ronald Fream. An outstanding and inventive course whose greens are jealously protected by bunkers that you will never forget. Afternoon cruise through the series of locks and narrow bridges of the Robine Canal, built after the Canal du Midi to link Narbonne and the Mediterranean. Cycle ahead and explore the village of Sallèles d’Aude, our final mooring. Captains Farewell Dinner on board.(18 holes, 6,301m, Par 72).
 
Saturday
Sallèles d’Aude
After breakfast, disembark Enchanté and transfer to the designated drop-off point. 

Sample Captains ‘Farewell’ Dinner Menu

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Assorted Hors D’Oeuvres

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Sauteed Chicken Livers with Parley Mousse

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Veal Fillet in Whole Grain Mustard Sauce, Saffron Tagliatelli

 

Sauteed Leeks

 

Tossed Salad

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Cheeses

Epoisses, Mouton de Charentais

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Chocolate and Almond Cake in Cointreau

 

2019 RATES
ACCOMMODATION VALUE REGULAR
Stateroom Per Person $6,150 $6,990
Single Supplement $2,250 $2,550
Charter 6 Passenger $42,700 $48,500
Charter 7 Passenger $44,600 $50,700
Charter 8 Passenger $46,500 $52,900

 

2020 RATES
ACCOMMODATION VALUE REGULAR
Stateroom Per Person $6,150 $6,990
Single Supplement $2,250 $2,550
Charter 6 Passenger $42,700 $48,500
Charter 7 Passenger $44,600 $50,700
Charter 8 Passenger $46,500 $52,900



2020 DEPARTURE DATES
March 22-28, 29-April 4 VALUE
April 5-11, 12-18, 19-25 VALUE
April 26-2 REGULAR
May 3-9, 10-16, 17-23, 24-30, 31-6 REGULAR
June 7-13, 14-20, 21-27, 28-4 REGULAR
July 5-11, 12-18 REGULAR
July 19-25, 26-01 VALUE
August 2-8, 9-15, 16-22 VALUE
August 23-29, 30-05 REGULAR
Sept 6-12, 13-19, 20-26, 27-03 REGULAR
Oct 4-10, 11-17, 18-24, 25-31 VALUE

Cruise cost includes

Six night accommodatoins, transfers to and from Narbonne to the barge, all meals, from dinner the first night to breakfast the last morning, all wines with lunch and dinner, open bar, daily escorted excursions and use of bicycles

Cruise cost does not include

Airfare to and from your destination, cancellation insurance and crew gratuity (suggested minimum amount is 5% of the cruise price)

 

2019 CRUISING SCHEDULE
DEPARTURE DATE ROUTE RATE SEASON
March 24, 31 Between Trebes - Salleles d'Aude Value
April 7, 14, 21 Between Trebes - Salleles d'Aude Value
April 28 Between Trebes - Salleles d'Aude Regular
May 5, 12, 19, 26 Between Trebes - Salleles d'Aude Regular
June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Between Trebes - Salleles d'Aude Regular
July 7, 14 Between Trebes - Salleles d'Aude Regular
July 21, 28 Between Trebes - Salleles d'Aude Value
Aug 4, 11, 18 Between Trebes - Salleles d'Aude Value
Aug 25 Between Trebes - Salleles d'Aude Regular 
Sept 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Between Trebes - Salleles d'Aude Regular 
Oct 6, 13, 20 Between Trebes - Salleles d'Aude Value