All cabins are situated above water level, are all en-suite and come equipped with a writing desk, chair, hairdryer, satellite TV, radio and safe. WiFi is also available on board for a small charge.
There are 50 cabins on the main deck with 44 twins, four triples, one single and one suite. They all feature climate control and are en-suite. The rooms have outside views so you make the most of the passing scenery.
The remaining 28 cabins can be found on the upper deck and have many of the same features as those on the main deck. There are also two cabins that are handicapped-equipped.
The ms France first launched in 2001 and tours the Rhine, Danube, and Seine rivers and provides passengers with a chic and stylish way to river cruise through Europe. The vessel is 110 metres in length and has 78 cabins onboard, accommodating 159 passengers. This means holiday makers can enjoy a familiar, intimate atmosphere with the assistance of prompt and personable staff members.
Ship guests can participate in wine tastings, relax on the chaises of the sun deck, or dance to live music each night in the bar. There is also a small library and gift shop.
Evenings can be spent relaxing in the full-service bar while you enjoy panoramic views and live music. Local performers often provide after dinner entertainment onboard, and quizzes and games are also offered in the lounge.
The Restaurant, the ms France’s main dining room, offers traditional open seating with fixed meal times. Breakfast is served buffet style with hot and cold options available. Lunch is served at the table, with a multi-course meal, featuring the freshest cuisine and beer or wine pairings. Dinner is also a multi-course gourmet meal highlighting regional and French cuisine. You can enjoy specialties like salad Nicoise, expertly roasted beef or duck, all washed down with complimentary regional beer, wine and soft drinks.