La Sans-Souci, charm on the Seine
A boat full of history, the Sans-Souci is a 1937 sailing barge, originally built to supply the capital with flour and wheat from Le Havre. The barge was converted into a cruise ship from 1988 and is named Sans-Souci in homage to Romy Schneider in her unforgettable role in “La Passante du Sans-Souci”.
With its all wood varnish and copper interior, the Sans-Souci is a barge with crazy charm that will transport its passengers to another time while letting them enjoy a chic cruise in the heart of Paris.
Ideal for your parties, this unique venue will transport your events into unforgettable memories during the day and evening.
|Room (m²)||Conference||Seated dinner||Cocktail||Daylight|
|Main bridge (90 m²)||100||80||150||yes|
|Deck terrace (100 m²)||–||–||100||yes|