A Portrait Of Majestic France

Overview

Countries and places

France

Tour Code

UNI-10173U66

Operator

Duration

15 days

Brochure

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The quintessential voyage for gourmets, oenophiles and lovers of all things French. This picture-perfect journey blends your passion for the good life—art, culture and gastronomy—with a broad sweep of lovely French landscapes. Experience the romance of Paris and then sail the Seine to Normandy, discovering the gems of the region. Marvel at magnificent Rouen Cathedral, and tour the former smugglers’ harbor in Honfleur and follow in the footsteps of Monet at his beloved Giverny. Travel to beautiful Bordeaux and delight in the countryside of southwest France. Explore Roman Saint-Émilion, with its astonishing Monolithic Church, and ancient Blaye, with its famous citadel. Journey through a land of noble wines, tasting the flavors of the regions as you go. Enjoy the best France has to offer with Uniworld’s plethora of exclusive excursions (including an exclusive wine tasting of famous Médoc and Sauternes wines and an extraordinary evening tour of Bordeaux) as you cruise four rivers, visit bustling cities and charming towns and sample myriad culinary delights. Who will enjoy this cruise: Gourmets, oenophiles and lovers of life’s finer things will savor this quintessential French voyage. A Portrait of Majestic France is a combination of Paris & Normandy and Brilliant Bordeaux.

About Uniworld Boutique River Cruises

Whether you've visited Europe once or a dozen times, you haven't really experienced the best of Europe until you've sailed with Uniworld Boutique River Cruises. Uniworld offers the highest level of comfort, quality and service in river cruising with an unparalleled variety of vacation choices. Since 2014 Uniworld offers ALL INCLUSIVE cruising. You'll cherish this world of benefits designed just for you.

About Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection For nearly four decades, Uniworld has taken guests to the most spectacular destinations in Europe, Russia, Egypt, Vietnam, Cambodia, and China.  In 2006, Uniworld was acquired by The Travel Corporation, a highly successful international travel group with over 25 award-winning brands such as Trafalgar, Insight, Brendan, and Contiki, as well as Red Carnation Hotels—the award-winning five-star luxury hotel collection. The Travel Corporation has made major investments in Uniworld's ships and its people.  The ultimate goal of these investments is to provide guests with a luxury European boutique cruise experience. Combining our sister companies’ expertise in tour planning and in first-class hotel management with our own decades of superior nautical experience has enabled Uniworld to create a new standard in luxury river cruising. Uniworld’s company-owned boutique river cruise ships Boutique hotel designers often invest considerable time, thought, and resources in creating destination-specific interior decor for their properties, and in choosing amenities that will assure an intimate, elegant yet relaxed experience for their guests. This same care and attention is apparent on each of Uniworld’s ten company-owned boutique ships. In the last few years, Uniworld has introduced several stunning new ships to its fleet and has completely remodeled and redesigned its existing ships so that all company-owned ships meet the highest standards of comfort and style. No matter their ship, Uniworld guests can travel from one exciting destination to the next with access to inviting lounges, cozy libraries, panoramic restaurants offering sumptuous cuisine, and lovely riverview staterooms. All inclusive cruising All gratuities onboard and onshore Unlimited beverages onboard including fine wines, beer, spirits, soft drinks,specialty coffees and teas All meals onboard All scheduled airport transfers Expertly Planned shore excursions with options to personalise Entertainment Internet and Wi Fi Fitness center Expect more personalized attention with Uniworld Uniworld employs an all English-speaking, professionally trained staff, so there are no language barriers and no problems with understanding what is being said or what's going on when you're onboard. With an average capacity of 130 guests and the highest staff to guest ratio in the the river cruise industry, you will enjoy unparralled indulgent service.

Predeparture Information

Transfers

Transfers to/from airports will be provided only for flights arriving/departing on the start/finish day of the cruise (and for extensions/extra nights). There may be a waiting period of up to 2 hours or more unless private car transfers have been purchased. The following time limits apply:

  Arrival Departure
Europe 7am - 3pm 7am - 5pm
Extensions 24 hours 24 hours
Extra Nights 24 hours 24 hours

Passenger flight details must be given to Global Travel Directors 45 days prior to departure. If your flight arrangements arrive/depart outside of the above you may purchase a private car transfer from Uniworld or make your own transfer arrangements. Uniworld will not be responsible for late arrivals or missed transfers due to delayed or cancelled flights, for missed cruise/trip days or for extra costs resulting from the foregoing.


Boarding Time

On turnaround day, the entire ship must be cleaned in preparation for your arrival. The facilities of the ship, including your cabin, will not be available before 4pm. We appreciate your understanding on this matter. Should you arrive early, you may leave your bags in the Reception area and take a walk into the city, or relax in the lounge.

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Tour Type

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FAQs

    Europe Boutique River Cruises FAQs

  • Which direction of the cruise should I book? Is one better than the other?
  • It does not matter which direction you choose, as each direction contains the same included features. Timings of activities may, of course, vary a little due to cruising times up- or downstream, but you will not see or do more in one direction than in the other. The progression of your journey may be a matter of preference. For example, for the Eastern European cruises, you might want to start in Eastern Europe and work your way up to Western Europe, or you may prefer to do the opposite.

  • Which itinerary would you recommend?
  • For first-time river cruise passengers without a special interest in a particular region, an excellent first cruise choice is Amsterdam to Budapest. This journey will introduce you to four countries and many must-see sites, including Rothenburg, Nuremberg, Budapest, and Vienna, as well as hidden gems like Wertheim and Miltenberg. Cruising highlights include the romantic Rhine, the scenic Wachau Valley, and the Main-Danube-Canal—a marvel of modern engineering. Second- or third-timers who have done Amsterdam to Budapest or Amsterdam to Vienna, and who are interested in the cultures and traditions of Eastern Europe, may enjoy a Black Sea Cruise such as "Eastern Europe Explorer." Those who prefer to stay in Western Germany and enjoy lots of daytime sailing and lovely scenery will love "Legendary Rhine & Moselle." If you have already cruised along the Rhine, Main, and Danube rivers, we would suggest taking in the fabulous scenery along Portugal and Spain's Douro River—a real hidden gem. The entire Douro River Valley is a Unesco World Heritage Site. Not many ships are allowed on the river; in fact, Uniworld is one of the very few companies who operate a ship in Portugal! Russia also offers sensational sightseeing, and our "Imperial Waterways of Russia" takes you to the best sights along the Volga River. Please note that while our Douro River and Russian cruises are offered on some of the most comfortable ships of the region, they may not have all the amenities of a Uniworld company-owned ship.

  • Do we always dock in the heart of the city?
  • It depends; in many places you will dock within walking distance to the city center, but there are places where the river only touches the outskirts of a town (i.e. Bamberg or Nuremberg), and thus a motorcoach transfer is necessary.

  • Is there a lot of walking on the tours?
  • As we visit mostly historic cities, many of the tours are partly or entirely walking tours. Cobblestones are also very common in Europe. To be able to fully enjoy all excursions, passengers should be in good health and able to walk well (including up and down stairs); otherwise they may not be able to participate in all the tours. Riverboats are not wheelchair accessible.

  • Are there ever any other ships docked next to us?
  • Yes, this happens and is a normal part of river cruising. As river cruising has become more popular, traffic on the rivers has increased, and it is perfectly normal to moor next to another ship or sometimes even between two ships. The assignment of the exact berthing is up to the harbor authorities of the port of call, and neither Uniworld nor the Captain of the ship has any control or influence over this.

  • If during our cruise a Christmas Market is closed, what do we do?
  • There is usually an arrangement made for a city tour and/or free time to spend in the city centre.

  • What are the tipping guidelines?
  • On our ships in Europe (excluding Russia), our suggestion for tip per day, per guest would be: 2-4EU for the local guide and 1-2EU for the driver. At the end of the trip there will be two envelopes to be used for tips, one for the crew and one for the Tour Manager. Our suggestion for tips at the end of your cruise would be: 3EU for the Tour Manager and 10EU for the crew on the ship (per day, per guest). All tipping is cash only.

  • Can our Uniworld cruise/tour booking be extended or customized?
  • Yes

  • Which ships have bathrooms with bathtubs?
  • Three of our ships offer suites with bathtubs: River Countess, River Duchess, and River Empress.

    Russia Boutique River Cruises FAQs

  • How do I get a Russian Visa?
  • Please go to http://zvs.com/ or the Russian consulate for a Russian Visa. If a Russian Letter of Invitation is required for your Visa application, Uniworld can assist you with obtaining the letter. However, you must apply for the Visa on your own or through a service.

  • What about the weather?
  • Prepare for a variety of weather conditions depending on your travel season and the river you will be cruising on. Layering clothing items is always your best bet, as this allows each person to adjust to any temperature, including artificially maintained temperature, by removing or adding items throughout the day.

  • What should I wear ashore?
  • Comfortable, sporty, smart-casual daywear is appropriate both onshore and onboard. For holiday season departures, you'll find coats, sweatshirts, heavier cotton or wool tops and long-sleeved shirts, and corduroy or heavy khaki pants perfectly suitable. You will find a significant amount of walking over uneven terrain during your time ashore. We recommend comfortable walking shoes with good ankle support. Don't forget to pack a waterproof jacket (preferably hooded), or even a heavier-weight coat for colder temperatures.

  • I have concerns about my physical ability. What do I do?
  • Guests with mobility concerns need to discuss their concerns with Uniworld staff in advance of their departure. Guests requiring the use of a mobility device, such as a wheelchair, motorized scooter, or walker, may not be able to participate in many shore excursions or use them onboard the ships. Also, guests who may be limited in their ability to walk long distances may also have difficulties as there is often uneven terrain on many shore excursions.

  • How accurate are the shore excursion/tour descriptions?
  • Uniworld does everything possible to ensure that shore excursions are performed as promoted and as outlined in the previous pages. In certain circumstances or for reasons beyond the control of Uniworld, it may not be possible or practical for the excursion to be performed exactly as written. The decision to not operate, to alter the operation, change content, and/or otherwise adjust or modify any element of the excursion as advertised is at the sole discretion of Uniworld, always taking into account the safety and best interests of the guests, and the intent of the overall product delivery. Any such modifications to excursions will not result in eligibility for a refund.

  • Can the itinerary change? What happens if it does change?
  • You can count on the value of Uniworld's experience and regional knowledge to make sure you enjoy your cruise/tour even when conditions beyond our control occur. The very nature of a river, its sources, and networks of bridges and locks means that there will be times when weather or other conditions in a region require Uniworld to make adjustments and modifications to the operation of an itinerary. Although every effort is made to keep itineraries as advertised, Uniworld reserves the right to make changes and substitutions as may be necessary to ensure the safety of our guests and the vessels. Itineraries may need to be altered specifically because of water levels. Time permitting, every possible effort will be made to alert guests in advance of boarding of any known changes. Otherwise, all guests will be informed onboard of changes and amendments. Any changes to itineraries, including the addition of extensive motorcoach touring to effect delivery of the intended itinerary operation, will not result in eligibility for a refund.

  • What time will excursions depart?
  • All shore excursions are carefully coordinated to the ship's daily schedule. Just prior to dinner each evening, or perhaps earlier, your Cruise Manager will brief all guests about what activities will take place the next day. This briefing includes information about departure times, specifics about the shore excursions/tours not covered in this booklet, suggested shopping and restaurant recommendations, and other important information about the port of call. In addition to the briefing, a daily program will be distributed to each guest's stateroom every evening. This program provides a written overview of all events taking place the next day— whether onboard or ashore.

  • How can I book the optional excursions listed in the booklet?
  • Reservations for the optional excursions on your cruise can be made directly with your Cruise Manager onboard the ship. Charges for optional excursions will be added to your onboard account. On pre- and post-cruise extensions, payment for optional excursions will be made directly with your Local Host via credit cards. We cannot accept cash payments for optional excursions. A briefing will be held the day prior to go over any information you may need to make an informed purchase decision. Operation of optional excursions is subject to a minimum number of participants. No refunds are available for any optional excursions cancelled by the guest within 24 hours of the start of the excursion, or if the excursion was pre-purchased.

  • Does each motorcoach or walking group have its own tour guide?
  • Yes. Each motorcoach or walking group has its own English-speaking local tour guide. Uniworld tries very hard to ensure that our guides are of the highest quality, well-versed in their subjects, and most of all, making sure that you have the best possible time ashore.

  • What about tipping?
  • Gratuities should always be in accordance with each guest's personal satisfaction. And Uniworld endeavours to work with the best local guides available. Please refer to the "Gratuities" section of the Cruise Companion booklet for specific recommendations and guidelines.

  • What is the transportation like on excursions?
  • Uniworld works with some of the world's best tour companies, all of which are chosen with exact standards in mind. To ensure your maximum enjoyment of each excursion, all motorcoaches seat 40 – 45 people and are air-conditioned whenever possible. There are a few destinations where the equipment may not be of a similar standard and, in such cases, the best possible transportation will be arranged. Rest stops are provided throughout the course of the excursion, as most motorcoaches used for excursions will not have onboard toilets.

  • Is smoking allowed on shore excursions/tours?
  • Smoking is not allowed while on the motorcoach, and many historical venues now request that visitors not smoke anywhere on site. We ask all our guests who smoke not to do so while on excursions/tours. Responsibility and Waiver The Passenger accepts the terms and conditions of the Passenger Ticket Contract when participating in any organized shore excursion/tour that is provided by Uniworld. Participation in some shore excursions or tours may also be subject to an independent operator's own Terms and Conditions.

    Egypt Boutique River Cruises FAQs

  • How far in advance can I request an Egyptian Visa?
  • 90 days prior to your departure.

  • Are there ATMs?
  • ATMs abound in the tourist areas of Egypt.

  • Are we able to take our children and is there an age restriction?
  • Passengers who are under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult who is 21 years of age or older. Uniworld's long-term experience is that most young children (especially those under 8 years of age) do not enjoy or appreciate the river cruise experience. There are no special arrangements, activities, or accommodations for children on Uniworld river cruises and tour programs. An exception to this is our Multigenerational Family-Friendly Cruise Program, which is offered on select itineraries during the summer months. Please contact our reservations department at (800) 733-7820 for more details. Adults accompanying children are responsible for their behaviour during the trip.

  • What are the best buys in Egypt?
  • Egyptian cotton is world famous: cloth, textile, and garments are a good deal. Brass, silver, gold, handmade jewellery, papyrus, carpets, spices, handicrafts, perfumes, and reproductions of antiquities are on sale. It might not be advisable to buy something that could appear to authorities to be of historical value and importance.

  • What are the tipping guidelines?
  • Our suggestion for tip per day, per guest would be: $2-$3 USD for the local guide and $1-$2 USD for the driver. At the end of the trip there will be two envelopes to be used for tips, one for the crew and one for the Tour Manager. Our suggestion for tips at the end of your cruise would be: $4 USD for the Tour Manager and $6 USD for the crew on the ship (per day, per guest). All tipping is cash only.

  • What type of clothing is appropriate?
  • No need for a tie, jacket, or formal evening wear. Smart, lightweight (cotton/linen) casual attire is suitable for even the best restaurants, bars, and hotels. It is best to be mindful of the culture; conservative clothing is highly recommended (nothing too form fitting or too skin revealing).

  • Could I use my credit card while in Egypt?
  • Credit cards are accepted at major tourist establishments but are not widely accepted at smaller shops.

  • Could I drink the water in Egypt?
  • It is highly advisable not to drink the water out of the tap due to high chlorine content. Bottled water is widely available.

  • Are there any baggage weight restrictions for flights within Egypt?
  • The maximum baggage weight limit on domestic flights is 43 lbs per person.

  • Are there camel rides available?
  • Sorry, there aren't any camel rides available for purchase from Uniworld while on the tour.

  • Could we hire a private guide or Egyptologist for a group tour?
  • Yes, an Egyptologist may be available for a private group tour. Please ask for details and availability.

    Vietnam & Cambodia Boutique River Cruises FAQs

  • What about the weather?
  • repare for a variety of weather conditions depending on your travel season and the river you will be cruising on. Layering clothing items is always your best bet, as this allows each person to adjust to any temperature, including artificially maintained temperatures, by removing or adding items throughout the day. What should I wear ashore? Comfortable, sporty, smart-casual daywear is appropriate both onshore and onboard. You will find a significant amount of walking over uneven terrain during your time ashore. We recommend comfortable walking shoes with good ankle support. Don't forget to pack a waterproof jacket (preferably hooded).

  • I have concerns about my physical ability. What do I do?
  • Guests with mobility concerns need to discuss their concerns with Uniworld staff in advance of their departure. Guests requiring the use of a mobility device, such as a wheelchair, motorized scooter, or walker, may not be able to participate in many shore excursions or use them onboard the ships. Also, guests who may be limited in their ability to walk long distances may also have difficulties, as there is often uneven terrain on many shore excursions.

  • How accurate are the shore excursion/tour descriptions?
  • Uniworld does everything possible to ensure that shore excursions are performed as promoted and as outlined in the previous pages. In certain circumstances or for reasons beyond the control of Uniworld, it may not be possible or practical for the excursion to be performed exactly as written. The decision to not operate, to alter the operation of, change the content of, and/or otherwise adjust or modify any element of the excursion as advertised is at the sole discretion of Uniworld, always taking into account the safety and best interests of the guests, and the intent of the overall product delivery. Any such modifications to excursions will not result in eligibility for a refund.

  • Can the itinerary change? What happens if it does change?
  • You can count on the value of Uniworld's experience and regional knowledge to make sure you enjoy your cruise/tour even when conditions beyond our control occur. The very nature of a river, its sources, and its networks of bridges and locks means that there will be times when weather or other conditions in a region require Uniworld to make adjustments and modifications to the operation of an itinerary. Although every effort is made to keep itineraries as advertised, Uniworld reserves the right to make changes and substitutions as may be necessary to ensure the safety of our guests and the vessels. Itineraries may need to be altered specifically because of water levels. Time permitting, every possible effort will be made to alert guests in advance of boarding of any known changes. Otherwise, all guests will be informed onboard of changes and amendments. Any changes to itineraries, including the addition of extensive motorcoach touring to effect delivery of the intended itinerary operation, will not result in eligibility for a refund.

  • What time will excursions depart?
  • All shore excursions are carefully coordinated to the ship's daily schedule. Just prior to dinner each evening (or perhaps earlier), your Cruise Manager will brief all guests about what activities will take place the next day. This briefing includes information about departure times, specifics about any shore excursions/tours not covered in this booklet, suggested shopping and restaurant recommendations, and other important information about the port of call. In addition to the briefing, a daily program will be distributed to each guest's stateroom every evening. This program provides a written overview of all onboard and onshore events taking place the next day.

  • How can I book the optional excursions listed in the booklet?
  • All shore excursions are carefully coordinated to the ship's daily schedule. Just prior to dinner each evening (or perhaps earlier), your Cruise Manager will brief all guests about what activities will take place the next day. This briefing includes information about departure times, specifics about any shore excursions/tours not covered in this booklet, suggested shopping and restaurant recommendations, and other important information about the port of call. In addition to the briefing, a daily program will be distributed to each guest's stateroom every evening. This program provides a written overview of all onboard and onshore events taking place the next day.

  • How can I book the optional excursions listed in the booklet?
  • Reservations for the optional excursions on your cruise can be made directly with your Cruise Manager onboard the ship. Charges for optional excursions will be added to your onboard account. On pre- and post-cruise extensions, payment for optional excursions will be made directly to your Local Host via credit card. We cannot accept cash payments for optional excursions. A briefing will be held the day prior to any optional excursion go over any information you may need to make an informed purchase decision. Operation of optional excursions is subject to a minimum number of participants. No refunds are available for any optional excursions cancelled by the guest within 24 hours of the start of the excursion, or if the excursion was pre-purchased.

  • Does each motorcoach or walking group have its own tour guide?
  • Yes. Each motorcoach or walking group has its own English-speaking local tour guide. Uniworld tries very hard to ensure that our guides are of the highest quality and are well-versed in their subjects, so that you have the best possible time ashore. What about tipping? Gratuities should always be in accordance with each guest's personal satisfaction.

  • What is the transportation like on excursions?
  • Uniworld works with some of the world's best tour companies, all of which are chosen with our exacting standards in mind. To ensure your maximum enjoyment of each excursion, all motorcoaches seat 40 – 45 people and are air-conditioned whenever possible. There are a few destinations where the equipment may not be of a similar standard and, in such cases, the best possible transportation will be arranged. Rest stops are provided throughout the course of the excursion, as most motorcoaches used for excursions will not have onboard toilets.

  • Is smoking allowed on shore excursions/tours?
  • Smoking is not allowed while on the motorcoach, and many historical venues now request that visitors not smoke anywhere on site. We ask all our guests who smoke not to do so while on excursions/tours. Responsibility and Waiver The Passenger accepts the terms and conditions of the Passenger Ticket Contract when participating in any organized shore excursion/tour that is provided by Uniworld. Participation in some shore excursions or tours may also be subject to an independent operator's own Terms and Conditions.

    China Boutique River Cruises FAQs

  • Why do you need a Passenger Information Form?
  • For intra-China flights and Tibet permits, you must provide a name that matches what appears on your passport.

  • Why do you need to know the children's ages?
  • Children under the age of 12 must be accommodated in the same room as an adult.

  • What are the minimum/maximum number of guests required to operate a departure?
  • A minimum of 10 passengers are needed to operate a departure. Departures have a maximum of 35 guests. If the number of passengers is more than 35, the departure will be split into two groups. (It is very important to cross reference passengers that are traveling together).

  • Are triple bookings (three people per room) allowed on the China programs?
  • Yes, "Classic China" (a land-only tour) can accommodate a triple booking. All other programs will allow a triple in a suite; the suite will be on request and subject to availability.

  • Are there any luggage restrictions?
  • One checked-in piece of luggage with a maximum of 44 lbs. is allowed for all intra-China flights. Approximate cost for excess weight is $1.00 per lb.

  • Should I be concerned about the food and water in China?
  • Most of the meals are Chinese food. Special meals are served during some of the tours, such as a Peking duck dinner, a dinner show in Xian, a dumpling lunch in Xian, and hotel dinners. One bottle of complimentary drinking water is provided per guest, per day in the room or cabin. Additional water can be purchased just about anywhere. DO NOT DRINK TAP WATER OR USE ICE

  • What is the transportation used during the tours?
  • Air: Air China, China Southern Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Shanghai Airlines, Hainan Airlines Bus: Bus sizes range from 16-seaters to 45-seaters. The size that will be used depends on the group size. There are no toilets on the buses; normally a break is taken every hour.

  • What visas do we need?
  • Tibet: Tibet is part of China; no visa is required, but a permit is required and will be handled in China. Please do not to mention Tibet when you apply for a China visa; otherwise you will need to provide a lot of additional documentation. Passengers only need to apply for a single entry China visa. Hong Kong: Hong Kong has reunited with China as a special region. USA passport holders do not need a visa.

  • Do I need to carry local currency/cash?
  • Major credit cards are accepted in major department stores. ATMs are available but not convenient. We suggest that you bring travellers checks, as travellers checks can be easily exchanged at the hotel front desk. Carry some cash for tips and small items.

  • Will we have Internet access?
  • Hotel rooms have a laptop hook-up for Internet access. Some hotels don't charge a fee, but others will charge approximate $15-$20 per day. You may go to the business center for computer and Internet use for a fee. There is a Internet café available on your Yangtze River cruise ship, but the signal is not strong.

  • Are there any health concerns?
  • Vaccinations are not required but passengers should check with their doctor to see if they need any. Passengers traveling to Tibet are recommended to contact their physician since the altitude is very high (approximately 11,000 feet).

  • When is it a good time to travel to China?
  • The best season to travel to China is September and October when the temperature is approx. 70°F. June and July are hot and humid everywhere. Rainy season depends on the area; for example, in Beijing it is in April, while in the Three Gorges area it is in June and July.

  • Can we extend or customize our Uniworld cruise/tour booking?
  • Yes

  • Voltage?
  • Voltage is 220/50Hz. To use any electrical product from the United States, you will need a 2-pin plug and a converter. If it's not for daily use, you can borrow one from the hotel.

  • What are the tipping guidelines?
  • Our suggestion for tip per day, per guest would be: $2-$3 USD for the local guide and $1-$2 USD for the driver. At the end of the trip there will be two envelopes to be used for tips, one for the crew and one for the Tour Manager. Our suggestion for tips at the end of your cruise would be: $5 USD for the Tour Manager and $10 USD for the crew on the ship (per day, per guest). All tipping is cash only.

  • Are we able to take our children and is there an age restriction?
  • Passengers who are under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult who is 21 years of age or older. Uniworld's long-term experience is that most young children (especially those under 8 years of age) do not enjoy or appreciate the river cruise experience. There are no special arrangements, activities, or accommodations for children on Uniworld river cruises and tour programs. An exception to this is our Multigenerational Family-Friendly Cruise Program, which is offered on select itineraries during the summer months. Please contact our reservations department at (800) 733-7820 for more details. Adults accompanying children are responsible for their behaviour during the trip.

  • What is Gold Seal Protection?
  • Coverage for cancellation for only A$89 per personWith the Uniworld "Gold Seal Protection" Policy, Uniworld will provide you with 100% of the Uniworld cancellation penalties in the form of a future cruise credit certificate, should you cancel your cruise/tour prior to your original scheduled flight departure date from Australia for any reason that is not eligible for cash reimbursement. Cancellation penalties are reimbursed in the form of a Uniworld Cruise Certificate allowing you a two (2) year credit to travel with us at a later date. Please note that to be eligible for the "Gold Seal Protection," you must enroll and pay for the policy at the time you make your initial deposit. The certificate is issued in the event of cancellation and is valid for travel within two years from the date of issue, is non-transferable, non-refundable and may not be redeemed for cash. Future cruise certificates do not include airfare, pre- and post-cruise extensions or hotel cancellation charges for air arrangements.

Itinerary

Day 1 - Day 1: Bordeaux (embark)

Arrive at Bordeaux–Mérignac International Airport. If your cruise package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the ship. Your ship is conveniently docked right in the heart of the city, so if time allows, why not stroll to the nearby food markets or take the tram to the popular Saint-Michel flea market, which is just a few stops away? Note: Ship schedule and order of sightseeing may change throughout the itinerary. Tour to port of destination by motorcoach and substitute visits to other sites may occur during your trip due to the impact of water levels, closures because of public holidays or other uncontrollable factors.

Day 2 - Day 2: Blaye, Bourg Sur Gironde


Featured Excursions:

Bourg sur Gironde Walking Tour

“Let’s Go” yoga in the historic heart of Blaye Fortress

Scenic drive along the Route de la Corniche Fleurie with Blaye Fortress

This little road between Blaye and Bourg-sur-Gironde winds through picturesque hamlets with equally picturesque names—Pain de Sucre, Marmisson and Roque de Thau among them—limestone cliffs on one side, the Gironde on the other. Fishing huts on stilts stand above the waters of the estuary; charming 19th-century stone houses built by sea captains sit tidily along the road. Many of these captains traveled to far-off places and returned with exotic plants, which they planted in their gardens and along the road (hence the routes name). But the history of these cliffs extends far beyond the 19th century—people have inhabited the area for thousands of years.

Upon returning to Blaye, your guide will take you through the 17th-century demilune-shaped citadel built by famed military engineer Vauban. This fortress design was the one Vauban, Louis XIVs favorite military engineer, found most satisfactory, and he built some 300 of them in the Sun Kings realm. The citadel contains the ruins of a medieval castle, houses, squares, streets, even a convent, all enclosed within stark walls. If you stand on top of those walls, you will have a terrific view of the estuary— this view was the field of fire, giving the citadel command of the river.

Rendez-vous chez Rémy Martin

Day 3 - Day 3: Bourg Sur Gironde, Cussac Fort Medoc, Pauillac La Fayette, Bordeaux


Featured Excursions:

“Let’s Go” bike in the Médoc Vineyards

Combine fresh air, gorgeous scenery and fine wine with a bicycle ride among the prestigious Médoc vineyards. Meet your guide and mount your bicycle in Pauillac and wheel out of town, pedaling through the lush landscapes of historic estates that have seemingly remained unchanged for centuries. Truly experience the atmosphere—the earth, the sunshine—of this famous wine-growing region.

Médoc Châteaux route with exclusive wine tasting

In 1855, when Napoleon III asked for a classification of the best wines in France to give visitors, some 60 Médoc wines were awarded Grand Cru status—out of 61 total. A panoramic tour of this legendary landscape takes you from Pauillac to the tip of the Médoc peninsula, past storied vineyards of the region, including Chteau Latour, Mouton Rothschild and Pichon Longueville Baron, and through the villages of Margaux, Saint-Julien and Saint-Estèphe. You might be surprised to discover that the peninsula is only three miles wide, though it is 50 miles long, and the road carries you past a dizzying array of architectural styles— Renaissance, Greek Revival and medieval—as well as miles of grapevines. Youll turn off the road and enter one of these estates for a private tour and a tasting of premier Grand Cru wines—but you wont know which one of these exceptional chteaux is your destination until you open your invitation.

Bunker Archaeology tour

Day 4 - Day 4: Bordeaux, Cadillac, Libourne


Featured Excursions:

Sauternes vineyard with private artisanal wine tasting at Château de Cazeneuve

Its called the noble rot. Botrytis cinerea, a fungus that affects wine grapes, results in a concentrated and distinctive sweet wine that takes its name from the region, Sauternes. Todays tour is devoted to an exploration of this region and its delectable wine.

Youll visit one of the areas finest estates for an intimate wine tasting as special as the wine itself, sampling the unique perfume and flavor of Sauternes. After your tasting, youll journey to Chteau de Cazeneuve, a polygonal 14th-century fortress with a royal pedigree. A favored residence of Henry IV, who inherited it from his mother, Jeanne dAlbret, the beautifully restored chteau still belongs to descendants of the Albret family. 

The colorful life of Toulouse Lautrec at Château de Malromé

Day 5 - Day 5: Libourne

A full day in Libourne means you’ll have plenty of time to explore the majestic landscape of villages and vineyards. Nestled along the confluence of the Isle and Dordogne rivers, the quaint town is as pretty as a postcard. On the outskirts of Libourne, you’ll find neighboring Saint-Émilion. Discover the wine-making town by foot on a tour of its most picturesque sights, such as the magnificent Monolithic Church, all capped by a wine tasting at a beautiful château.
Featured Excursions:

Saint-Émilion walking discovery tour with wine tasting

Hilltop Saint-Émilion offers both exceptional architecture and historic vineyards. The Romans were the first to plant grapes here, and this was the first vineyard region to be protected by UNESCO because of its history. Shops brimming with wine and wine tools line the steep cobblestone streets; medieval ramparts that bore witness to battles for control between French and English monarchs still stand; and vineyards encroach upon the village. Of all the sights, however, perhaps the most extraordinary is the 12th-century church carved into a cliff. Only the tower is above ground; the rest of the church is subterranean. Its numerous underground galleries provided refuge during periods of strife, and include the grotto where St. Émilion, for whom the town is named, lived out his life in the ninth century. You have to see it for yourself—youll be amazed by its almost unfathomable construction. After touring Saint-Émilion, youll visit the cellars of a premier Grand Cru estate where youll taste some of the worlds most highly rated wines.

Day 6 - Day 6: Libourne, Bordeaux

The French insist that the key to their superb wines is the soil in which they’re grown, the terroir. That same terroir also makes for extraordinary produce—the foundation for the country’s acclaimed cuisine—as you’ll discover today at a local farmers’ market.
Featured Excursions:

Libourne “Village Day” with farmer`s market

How could you visit this rich agricultural land without delving into a farmer`s market? Libournes market is the heart and soul of the town; everyone comes here to choose the freshest vegetables, the ripest cheeses, the most luscious fruits, the loveliest flowers, and to chat with the producers and growers. Check out the stalls brimming with produce in the market square, then duck into the covered market and savor the enticing aromas of bread and cheese, fish and meat. After exploring the market, you and a small group of other travelers will be invited to push open the doors of ateliers, homes and shops, meeting the artisans who make some of the goods arrayed so enticingly in the market.

Bordeaux open deck bus

Bordeaux night stroll

Day 7 - Day 7: Bordeaux

There’s so much to discover with a full day in Bordeaux’ port of Quai des Chatrons. The architecture is impressive, the wine is exquisite and the shopping is to die for. Explore La Cité du Vin, a one-of-a-kind cultural center and museum that brings the heritage of wine to life through interactive exhibits, shows, academic seminars and more. Do as the locals do and uncover Bordeaux’ unique heritage on a walking tour or choose to traverse the city by bike. Celebrate the end to a spectacular trip with a farewell dinner onboard.
Featured Excursions:

”Let’s Go” bike Bordeaux` backstreets

Hop on a bike and wheel with your expert guide along the Quai des Chartrons, a riverfront neighborhood that was the purview of British wine merchants back when they dominated the wine trade. It fell on hard times in the 20th century, but the tall merchant houses have since been reclaimed; now they house welcoming shops and cafés. Pedal past the antiques shops of Rue Notre Dame and the Church of St. Louis on your way to major city squares such as the Bourse and Parliament before heading back to the ship along the banks of the Garonne. Of course your outing will include a stop for refreshments at one of the delightful cafés you pass.

“Do as the Locals Do” Bordeaux heritage walking tour

Catch a tram at the Quai des Chartrons to the Place de la Comédie, the heart of Bordeaux Golden Triangle. Though Bordeaux was the capital of Aquitaine in the Middle Ages and has its share of Gothic churches, it reached its apex in the 18th century. The splendid honey-colored stone buildings from this era make up a city core that UNESCO has designated a World Heritage Site (this is the district that inspired Baron Haussmann when he redesigned Paris at the behest of Napoleon III). Trade with the French colonies built this handsome district, furnishing vanilla, sugar, spices and cocoa to inventive chocolatiers and bakers, who used these goods to create iconic desserts. Chocolate, once a Spanish monopoly, became part of Bordeaux culinary heritage when banished Spanish Jews brought the art of chocolate-making to France. What are Bordeaux present-day residents enjoying when they step inside the luxurious food halls and elegant shops in this neighborhood? Find out as you sample the delicious handiwork of Bordeaux bakers, as well as cheeses and chocolates—learn a few recipes, too! Youll also visit one of the citys wine bars and see first-hand how the wines of the many local chteaux are enjoyed by todays sophisticated clients.

Bordeaux walking tour with caviar tasting

Day 8 - Day 8: Bordeaux (disembark), Transfer To Paris Via High-speed Tgv Train (embark)

Disembark the breathtaking S.S. Bon Voyage and transfer to Paris via high-speed, first-class TGV train. Your next ship, the magical S.S. Joie de Vivre, waits to carry you along the Seine on the next leg of your adventure.

Day 9 - Day 9: La Roche-guyon, Vernon Giverny

Today is a celebration of Northern France’s natural beauty, with an excursion to a splendid chateau and gardens situated in an equally grand setting, plus a chance to immerse yourself in the very landscapes that inspired Impressionist master Claude Monet. Visit the hilltop Chateau La Roche-Guyon, surrounded by beautiful gardens and offering sweeping views over the Seine. Later, you can visit the home and gardens of Impressionist master Claude Monet—the inspiration for many of his most beloved works. Or, take in the beautiful French countryside in a more invigorating way, with a guided bike ride from Vernon to Giverny.
Featured Excursions:

Monet’s gardens at Giverny

Monet often painted the little riverside town of Vernon, so you are likely to recognize scenes the master rendered in oils on your way to his home in the village of Giverny, where he lived and worked for more than 40 years. When Monet bought the property, most of it was an orchard; he transformed it over the years into the enchanting visions immortalized in his paintings, essentially creating each work of art twice: once as a living garden and again as a painting. As you stroll through the grounds, youll see the famed Japanese bridge and water garden shaded by weeping willows. Monets house, which you will also visit, remains furnished as it was when the leader of the impressionist school lived here, complete with his precious collection of Japanese engravings.

Note: Giverny will be closed during the March and November cruise departure dates.

Troubled history at Château La Roche-Guyon

From cave dwelling to fortress to castle to palace: This is the history of Chteau La Roche- Guyon (the Rock of Guy), which takes its name from its medieval lords (traditionally named Guy) and its location, a limestone outcropping—a rock—above the Seine. Medieval knights kept watch for marauding Vikings from the tower high atop the hill and later defended the double wall around a 13th-century manor house; successive lords added to the buildings over the centuries, so you can see not just troglodyte chapels but Renaissance rooms where kings Francis I and Henry II were entertained (and, legend says, Henry IV pursued a lovely chatelaine without success) and handsome 18th-century state apartments. Enlightenment thinkers met with the Duchess dEnville, who owned the chteau before the revolution and who had the huge kitchen garden laid out according to Enlightenment principles. You might think, as you walk through the elegantly designed garden and beautifully paneled rooms (mostly without furniture these days, so you can appreciate the Gobelins tapestries without distraction) that the residences military function was in the far distant past, but Rommel made his headquarters here during WWII, precisely because the ancient fortications and caves were so secure.

“Let`s Go” bicycle ride to Giverny

The country roads between Vernon and Giverny offer easy—and pretty—biking. Hop aboard your bike and pedal about three miles to the village where the artist lived for decades. Youll pass the church and cemetery where Monet is buried and the Hotel Baudy, where his painter friends often stayed, and arrive at the artists home and garden for a tour.

Champagne tasting onboard

This evening, a special Captain’s Welcome Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you.

Day 10 - Day 10: Rouen (normandy Beaches)

The Normandy coast will forever be associated with the Allies’ D-Day invasion, a day that comes vividly to life on today’s excursion to the beaches of 1944. Or travel even further into the past with an up-close look at the thousand-year-old Bayeux Tapestry, depicting the Norman conquest.  Immerse yourself in the tactics, desperate courage and horrendous human cost of the 1944 Allied invasion of France, the first step in the ultimately victorious land campaign against the Third Reich. It began here, on these Norman beaches, each of which was assigned a code name by the Allies as they planned their attack.
Featured Excursions:

Full day Normandy Beaches with Juno Beach

When the Allies prepared to invade Normandy, they assigned a six-mile stretch of beach to the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division under the command of Major-General Rodney Keller. The Canadians trained for their assault in Scotland and were generally regarded as the best-prepared of any of the invading forces. Unfortunately, preliminary bombing had failed to eliminate German battlements, so Canadian troops were met with well-prepared German resistance, and several companies suffered heavy casualties. Walk the shoreline where so many died, and visit Juno Beach Center, dedicated to the Canadian war effort. One million Canadians served during WWII, and 14,000 participated in the landing. Exhibits describe both life at home during the war and the service of—and sacrifices made by—the men who fought.

Full day Normandy Beaches with Utah beach, Sainte-Mère-Église and Pointe du Hoc

This tour encompasses the major areas of the American assault: Utah Beach, where the first American infantry units came ashore; Sainte-Mère-Église, the first village freed from the Germans and home to a museum dedicated to the Airborne divisions that suffered 2,500 casualties in the battle; Pointe du Hoc, a strategic high point controlled by the Germans and captured by a Ranger unit; and Omaha Beach, the second landing site, where the Americans encountered much stiffer resistance than they did at Utah. At each location, you can see the actual equipment used for the invasion—tanks, landing craft, bombers, gliders—and get a feel for what these young men experienced.

Full day Normandy Beaches with Bayeux and Arromanches

Bayeux, the first French town to be liberated in 1944, is home to the Bayeux Tapestry, an astonishing millennium-old textile listed on UNESCOs Memory of the World Register. The tapestry tells the story of the Norman conquest of England; it was probably embroidered by monks in the south of England in October 1066, a few months after William Is troops overwhelmed the islands Saxon defenders. Take a guided audio tour of this remarkable textile, which details the story of the conquest in 58 distinct scenes with Latin annotations.

 

Note: Because the Tapestry Museum is a popular attraction in summer, the order of events may change to accommodate scheduling issues.

Day 11 - Day 11: Caudebec-en-caux (honfleur Or Etretat)

Golfing? On a river cruise? This delightfully unexpected excursion—a Uniworld exclusive—features a dramatic links course atop Normandy’s Alabaster Coast. In a word, magnifique. Not into golf? Stroll through seaside Honfleur, captured on canvas by generations of artists. Caudebec, a lovely little town on a serene loop of the Seine, is your base for one of two very different excursions. You could drive through the beautiful Calvados countryside to Honfleur, a delightful seaside harbor and city of painters, or head to the windy cliffs of Étretat for a game of golf.
Featured Excursions:

Honfleur old port walking discovery tour

A walking tour of the fishing village begins at the former smugglers harbor of Vieux Bassin—the most frequently painted scene in Honfleur—which looks much as it did a century ago, though now the boats in the harbor are more likely to be pleasure craft than fishing vessels. Your local guide will take you down tiny lanes, where houses stand shoulder to shoulder in a jumble of styles: narrow 19th-century slate-roofed townhouses, 15th-century fishermens cottages, and tall and elegant mansions— many adorned with figures of chimeras or saints. Youll also see St. Catherines Church, built in the 15th century by shipwrights who gave it an oak ceiling that looks like the hull of a boat.

“Let`s Go” golfing in Étretat

It would be hard to find a more spectacular location than Étretats clifftop course, which is ranked as one of the best in France. Originally laid out in 1908 and substantially redesigned in the 1990s, it offers a multitude of challenges: Two nine-hole loops take players right to the cliffs edge, the wind can be a serious challenge in and of itself, and the 10th through 14th holes offer formidable tests of a golfers skill. Spend the morning on the course, lunch on your own in charming Étretat and explore the seaside village that so many artists, including Monet, rendered in paint, or return to the ship for lunch and a leisurely afternoon onboard.

 

Note: Golf excursion is open to a limited number of golfers.

Cider and Calvados tasting

Day 12 - Day 12: Rouen

Walk in the footsteps of greatness in Normandy’s medieval capital, a city with a historic quarter that remains amazingly intact. From the cathedral Monet painted dozens of times to the cross marking to spot where Joan of Arc was martyred, Rouen is a treasure trove for the culturally curious. The medieval capital of Normandy, Rouen has managed to preserve much of its historic core, despite being turned into a battlefield numerous times. The roll call of famous people who lived or died in Rouen is long and varied— Richard the Lionheart, Joan of Arc, Gustave Flaubert and Claude Monet are among them.
Featured Excursions:

Rouen capital of the dukes of Normandy

La Couronne restaurant where Julia Child first experienced French cuisine

Day 13 - Day 13: Mantes-la-jolie (versailles)

How did France’s rulers live over the centuries? Step into the private rooms of the Palace of Versailles, the lavish palace built by the Sun King, to find out.
Featured Excursions:

Versailles Palace secret apartments

It was the official residence of the countrys kings and queens from 1682 until the revolution, and though the monarchy possessed other palaces, Versailles stood alone in magnificence. Tour the royal apartments, which still look much as they did when Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette fled in 1789. In these rooms, youll find lush silk draperies, exquisite marquetry tables, gilded beds, Aubusson carpets and porcelain ornaments that reveal the elegance of the 18th-century royaltys lifestyle, as well as the extravagance that helped fuel the rage leading to the revolution. Climb the great staircase and enter the jaw-dropping Hall of Mirrors, where the absolute ruler of France held court for the ambassadors of Siam, Persia and the Ottoman Empire, along with all the great seigneurs of France. Ladies intrigued behind their fans, plots were hatched, and careers were made and destroyed beneath the sparkling chandeliers here.

\"Lets Go\" biking: Versailles Gardens and the queen`s hamlet

A special Captain’s Farewell Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you this evening.

Day 14 - Day 14: Paris

Whether you’re a first-time visitor to the “City of Light” or you’ve been here many times before, there’s something for everyone today in Paris. Enjoy a panoramic overview of the city, join a local expert for a walk through two much-loved neighborhoods, or pedal your way along the Left Bank, a fresh and fun way to take in the sights. You have a host of options for exploring incomparable Paris: See all the important sights via boat and motorcoach, explore the heart and soul of the city on a walk from Notre Dame to the Latin Quarter, or bike along the quays with a knowledgeable guide.
Featured Excursions:

Paris city of lights panoramic tour

“Do as the Locals Do” Île de la Cité and Latin Quarter walking tour

As a true Parisian would, take the Métro to the Île de la Cité and the great cathedral of Notre Dame. Henry IV said that Paris was worth a Mass when he converted to Catholicism—and he made that conversion official here, in the center of Paris. In fact, Notre Dame is officially the center of France; facing its main entrance is Kilometer Zero, the location from which distances in France (including those of the French national highways) are traditionally measured. An expert in the history and architecture of this magnificent cathedral is your guide as you explore both inside and out. Begun in the 12th century and finished about 200 years later, Notre Dame is one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture in Europe.

 

After youve admired Notre Dames stained glass, flying buttresses and idiosyncratic gargoyles, cross the Archbishops Bridge to the Left Bank and the Latin Quarter. Wander through the narrow streets where for centuries artists, writers, philosophers and the Sorbonnes students have lived and worked, argued politics, painted, sipped absinthe and lived the bohemian lifestyle for which the district is famous. Matisse, Picasso, Rimbaud and Sartre, as well as American expatriate writers Hemingway and Fitzgerald, are just a few of the notables who made this district home. Take some time to meander through the areas little squares, perusing the shop windows and perhaps relaxing with a drink at a classic café.

“Heart of Paris” Seine river cruise

Hemingway called Paris a moveable feast: Once youve experienced it, you will take it with you wherever you go. If you are experiencing Paris for the first time, this tour will introduce you to the City of Lights most cherished landmark. Paris, after all, grew up along the banks of the Seine, and its principal civic and historic buildings line the river; the Louvre, National Assembly, Conciergerie, Hotel de Ville, Place de la Concorde, Notre Dame—you will see them all as you cruise through the heart of the city. Onshore, youll head via motorcoach from the Arc de Triomphe, commissioned by Napoleon to celebrate his Grand Armys 128 victories, down the Champs-Élysées to the Place de la Concorde. These broad 19th-century avenues and stately buildings were created by Baron Haussmann in a great urban development that eliminated the cramped, crazy-quilt medieval city and gave Paris its modern form. Youll pass the magnificent Opéra Garnier, the Place Vendôme (home to designer salons), the legendary Louvre and, on the Left Bank, the Sorbonne University and the Panthéon. Stretch your legs at the Luxembourg Gardens, then take in the École Militaire before arriving at the manicured grounds of the Champs de Mars, the perfect vantage point from which to see Pariss most iconic structure—the Eiffel Tower.

“Let`s Go” Seine riverbank bike ride

The Seines quays may be protected by UNESCO for their cultural importance and significance in the development of Paris, but they are also the scene of a host of fun outdoor activities: games for kids and grown-ups, a climbing wall, a running track, yoga classes, even a beach in August—and an inviting bike path. Join a guide to pedal along the Left Bank, crossing the bridges that link historic Île de la Cité and Île Saint-Louis and getting a close look at the heart of the citys origins. Bike to the Esplanade des Invalides (Napoleons tomb is one of the monuments here) and along the Quay dOrsay to the Champs de Mars, one of Pariss largest green spaces . . . which just happens to have one of the best views of the Eiffel Tower in the city. Its a fun way to take part in the life of the city while also getting some exercise.

Day 15 - Day 15: Paris (disembark)

Disembark the ship. If your cruise package includes a group departure transfer or if you have purchased a private departure transfer, you will be transferred to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport for your flight home.

Prices/Dates

All Prices are in Australian Dollars

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07 Apr 2019 22 Apr 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $9099 AUD $7688
14 Apr 2019 29 Apr 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $9599 AUD $8111
21 Apr 2019 06 May 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $9599 AUD $8111
28 Apr 2019 13 May 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $10999 AUD $9294
05 May 2019 20 May 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $10999 AUD $9294
12 May 2019 27 May 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $10999 AUD $9294
19 May 2019 03 Jun 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $10999 AUD $9294
26 May 2019 10 Jun 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $10999 AUD $9294
09 Jun 2019 24 Jun 2019   AUD $11599 AUD $9801
16 Jun 2019 01 Jul 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $10999 AUD $9294
23 Jun 2019 08 Jul 2019   AUD $10999 AUD $9294
30 Jun 2019 15 Jul 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $10999 AUD $9294
07 Jul 2019 22 Jul 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $10999 AUD $9294
14 Jul 2019 29 Jul 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $10999 AUD $9294
21 Jul 2019 05 Aug 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $10999 AUD $9294
28 Jul 2019 12 Aug 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $10999 AUD $9294
04 Aug 2019 19 Aug 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $10999 AUD $9294
11 Aug 2019 26 Aug 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $10999 AUD $9294
18 Aug 2019 02 Sep 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $10999 AUD $9294
25 Aug 2019 09 Sep 2019   AUD $10999 AUD $9294
01 Sep 2019 16 Sep 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $11799 AUD $9970
15 Sep 2019 30 Sep 2019   AUD $11799 AUD $9970
22 Sep 2019 07 Oct 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $11799 AUD $9970
29 Sep 2019 14 Oct 2019   AUD $11799 AUD $9970
06 Oct 2019 21 Oct 2019 S.S. Joie de Vivre AUD $10999 AUD $9294

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