SELF DRIVE BARGES / LBO / CIRRUS B

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The Cirrus B is very popular in our fleet. Measuring 8.80 metres (29-foot), it can comfortably accomodate a couple or a small family with enough space for everyone. The double cabin at the rear, as well as the large saloon with a single sofa bed and dinette converting into a second single bed, makes this boat a small-size floating villa!

Interior & Saloon

  • In the saloon, you will find a radio/CD player.
  • The kitchen/galley is well equipped and has a stove, sink, and electric refrigerator.
  • Some of our Cirrus are equipped with new flat-screen TVs - ask our sales team for more information. 

Cabins & Bathrooms

  •   There’s a double bed (instead of two singles) in the rear stateroom.
  •   Moreover, there's a single sofa bed and a dinette converting into a second single beds in the saloon, only suitable for children or teenagers.

Sundeck & Features

  •     Each Cirrus B model boasts 220-volt shore power and an onboard 12-volt DC electrical system.
  •     The Cirrus B is equipped with an efficient and reliable diesel engine.
2018 prices per week from France North France South
17/03-27/04 925€ 970€
28/04-25/05 1315€ 1420€
26/05-06/07 1600€ 1670€
07/07-24/08 1675€ 1730€
25/08-21/09 1260€ 1335€
22/09-31/10 900€ 950€

To enjoy a canal or river cruise, you can rent the Cirrus in France (except  in the Lot region), Germany, Holland and Belgium.

Security deposit  = 2250€
or  damage waiver per day = 18€ - 21€ & 250€ deposit
Fuel  = 7,56€ approximately
Bikes  = 49€
WIFI  = 56€
BBQ = 49€

These prices don't include discounts, which may apply. Please contact us to find out more. 

For further information and prices click here or choose one of the regions below. LBO

THIS CLASS OF BOAT IS AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING DESTINATIONS

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Belgium

Known for its tantalising chocolates and gourmet cuisine, the Flanders region of coastal Belgium is rich in culture and natural beauty — windmills, meadows, marshes, sandy beaches and bustling cities replete with Gothic architectural grandeur. Evidence of its history is everywhere on canal...
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Alsace - Lorraine

Boating holidays on the Alsace waterways take you through lush green landscapes, historical and engineering sites and fascinating towns. You'll enjoy these waterways, that don't attract too many tourists although they have so much to offer. These are some nice cruises... History,...
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Aquitaine

  Discover the culture and gastronomy from this sunny region of France. Cruise on the Garonne canal, Baïze and Lot rivers on your own boat over aqueducts and through landscapes of cornfields, orchards and vine-clad hillsides before mooring up in medieval towns to taste the...
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Brittany

A boat hire in Brittany means meandering down the flower-adorned Napoleonic canals through the peaceful Celtic landscapes of woodland and pastures dotted with medieval towns and fairytale castles. You'll also be close to the Atlantic cost so you'll be able to enjoy delicious seafood and the best...
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Burgundy canal & Nivernais

The Canal du Nivernais, Canal du Bourgogne and the River Yonne present a beautiful watery path through valleys whose reputation is distinguished for the world-class white wines, the likes of Chablis grand cru, produced from its vineyards. Fabulous cathedral cities and quiet medieval villages set...
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Burgundy Loire

Stately châteaux, colourful gardens, flourishing vineyards, medieval villages and larger Roman towns all make boating the Loire Valley in France a magical experience you’ll cherish. Stop to fish, take the bikes for a spin, and enjoy Sancerre wine at a café. These are some nice...
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Burgundy Saône

Enjoy the peace of Burgundy's rivers and canals on your own barge! A cruise on Burgundy’s beautiful network of peaceful waterways takes you through the wealthiest and perhaps most gastronomic region of France – a haven for all who appreciate fine wines and excellent cuisine....
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Camargue

Broad saltwater lagoons, golden beaches, expanses of tawny reeds teeming with pink flamingoes — Camargue, basks in sunshine most of the time. Romans plied these waters, and Crusaders followed. You can imagine the past as you approach fortress seaport cities like Aigues-Mortes, but beach...
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Canal du Midi

When you choose Canal du Midi boating holidays, you’re set to savor the slow easy pace of travel past lush vineyards in the heart of the Languedoc wine region. You can enjoy wine tasting, cycling, and sightseeing at medieval villages and ancient fortress cities all the way from bustling...
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Charente

A river of incredibly clear water lined with pines, vineyards and meadows, the Charente is amongst the prettiest waterways for canal boat holidays in France! Long known for its cognac, gracious châteaux and friendly people, the valley opens its arms to you, inviting you to savour a leisurely...
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Germany

Abundant waters pepper the states of Mecklenburg and Brandenburg, lacing them with rivers, streams and thousands of small and large lakes. Castles perch on the shores of medieval villages, and resorts bustle on Lake Müritz, the largest lake confined within Germany’s borders....
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Holland

The water is a way of life in Holland, a nation born of the sea and the rivers that flow across its pastoral flat lands. On an Amsterdam canal, you will cruise leisurely past turning windmills, fields of colorful tulips, quaint villages, cosmopolitan cities and it will usher you into a realm...
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