Departure from the Eiffel Tower, welcomed by the crew for a one-hour cruise on one of the trimarans of the fleet. The boats are entirely glassed over with a terrace at the stern and outside walkways and are perfectly designed for exploring and admiring the architectural treasures of the capital.
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Departure and return from the Eiffel Tower, welcomed by the crew for a one-hour cruise on one of the trimarans of the fleet. The boats are entirely glassed over with a terrace at the stern and outside walkways and are perfectly designed for exploring and admiring the architectural treasures of the capital. A cruise to explore the Paris you have always dreamed of.
Black route: Sightseeing
Orange route: Lunch and dinner cruises
From April to September:
From 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM, every 30 minutes (except 1:00 PM and 7:30 PM: no departure - Last departure at 10:30 PM subject to a minimum number of participants). Weekends and weekdays in June, July and August: from 1:00 AM to 11:00 PM. On July 14th, due to the festivities, the last sightseeing cruise departure will take place at 3:00 PM.
From October to March:
From 10:30 AM to 9:30 PM, every hour (except 1:00 PM and 7:30 PM: no departure - Last departure at 10:00 PM subject to a minimum number of participants).
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Question: How often do Tour Cruises leave from the foot of the Eiffel Tower?
Answer: Cruises leave every 30 minutes between 10:00 AM and 10:30 PM (April-September), every hour from 10:30 AM to 10:00 PM (October-March).
Question: Are the cruises which leave from the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame the same?
Answer: The cruises are the same, but the points of departure are different. Tour Cruises leaving the Eiffel Tower follow a route to the Ile Saint Louis (1-hour cruise). Tour Cruises leaving the foot of Notre Dame follow a route to the Ile Saint Louis, the boat then about-turns towards the Eiffel Tower (1-hour cruise). We only sell the Eiffel Tower as a departure point.
Question: In what languages are the tour commentaries available?
Answer: At the beginning of the Eiffel Tower cruise, tour commentaries are available in 13 languages (8 simultaneous) via individual audio guides. The following languages are available: French, English (U.K.), English (U.S.), German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Polish, Dutch, Chinese, Japanese and Korean. The audio commentaries are combined with those of the guide.
Question: Do you offer any child rates on Tour Cruises?
Answer: Yes. We offer the following child rates for children : Free of charge for children under 3, and specific rates for children aged between 3 and 11 which can be consulted online.
Question: Do you offer any disabled rates on Tour Cruises?
Answer: No, with do not have a specific rate for persons with reduced mobility (PRM). We recommend that our PRM customers choose the first departure of the morning so that our crews are available to assist with embarkation.
Question: If my cruise leaves from the Eiffel Tower can I disembark at Notre Dame and vice versa?
Answer: No. Tour Cruises leaving both the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame do not make stops. You cannot get off the boat during the hour-long tour. Tour Cruises leaving the Eiffel Tower follow a route to the Ile Saint Louis.
Question: When I embark the boat at the Eiffel Tower departure point, where do I disembark?
Answer: The hour-long roundtrip cruise means that you also disembark at the foot of the Eiffel Tower (pontoon no. 3).
Question: Does the boat stop anywhere during Tour Cruises?
Answer: No. Tour Cruises follow an hour-long route with no stops.
Question: What's the difference with Batobus in Paris?
Answer: Batobus is not a touristic service, but rather a regular boat shuttle service mostly used by Parisians.