FLEET YACHTS DE PARIS
The entrance is through the wheelhouse, and you can sit by the fire. The roof opens you would think you were on the Croisette and you can see the Louvre.
It's not a dream you are on board the Cachemire, the most luxurious yacht in Paris. Fabrics by Pierre Frey, porcelain by Raynaud, crystal glasses by Baccarat in this private sitting room reserved for the happy few (for 2 to 12 people), each sophisticated detail has been carefully thought out and bears a signature. Yet you feel at home in this cosy 22 metre setting, surrounded by family photos and Venetian engravings.
The most gentle journey you could ever dream of. An experience out of time, on the Seine.
Seated meal : up to 12 guests
Cocktail party : up to 15 guests
You will feel so comfortable that you will want to stay on board to sleep.
Like its younger brother the Cachemire, the Acte III is selfishly luxurious. Designed by the famous Benetti shipyards in 1953, the Acte III has managed to retain the legendary spirit of Riviera yachts in the immediate post-war period with pure lines, a slender stem, rich panelling, and intelligent design. Built on two levels linked by a passageway, these 30 metres of the height of Italian elegance have covered many nautical miles in the boats lifetime.
And now, after cross-crossing the Mediterranean for years, this mahogany traveller has found its place of rest the Quai Henri IV in Paris. Whether the cruise is studious or intimate, whether 10 guests are on board or 30, the Acte III is the perfect venue.
Seated meal : up to 28 guests
Cocktail party : up to 30 guests
Don Juan II
The Don Juan II is to the Cachemire what Rome is to Venice, but they are both equally demanding, and share the same spirit.
While the Cachemire offers privacy, the Don Juan II offers 14 individual tables for 2 to 8 guests for a very special dinner. Combining all the charms of a European yacht a 1931 Dutch prow, an English club library, Italian leather furniture the Don Juan It is the quintessence of French savoir-faire. Engravings and early paintings of the Quai Henri IV, discreet lighting, linen curtains by Pierre Frey, dinner service by Bernardaud, armchairs designed by Philippe Hurel, a bar in copper and mahogany containing bottles of Château Latour
Everything here breathes French-style luxury. Calm and voluptuousness
Seated meal : up to 52 guests
Cocktail party : up to 60 guests
Classic, elegant, understated the Acajou embodies Yachts de Paris.
Its warm and cosy setting is ideal for 40 guests. Chameleon-like, it is equally suited to receptions as to seminars and conventions.
It is a sophisticated boat, 40 metres long, in shades of red, with 19th century paintings and mouldings. It stops at all the stop-off points in Paris, and is quite happy to head for the Stade de France or Giverny.
Seated meal : up to 64 guests
Cocktail party : up to 90 guests
The Victoria the twin of the Acajou was totally renovated in 2007. It offers an up-to-date subdued ambience.
Stainless steel Art Deco wall lights shed light on the ebony panels, making subtle contrast of their strict lines and the long taffeta curtains. The neo-classical decor combining brown, silver and splashes of red is in keeping with the geometrically inspired furnishings on the upper deck. Honed, chic and classy, the Victoria rests lightly on the water, like a reed floating on the Seine.
Seated meal : up to 72 guests
Cocktail party : up to 90 guests
Seminar with seated meal : up to 50 guest
The Excellence bears its name well.
Its regal its lines are those of the grandiose yachts of the Fifties. Its generous not only is it long (53 metres), its also wide (8 metres). Its graceful it has room to seat 150 people. Its light it has a natural aura and a number of light wells. Its majestic it has very high ceilings and its top deck is the best in the fleet.
For all these reasons, the Excellence travels through Paris and its history with princely elegance.
Seated meal : up to 120 guests
Cocktail party : up to 180 guests
Seminar with seated meal : 60 guests
It is as if the Mirage was born from a dream; it is the most unusual of the Yachts de Paris boats.
This is one of the trendiest venues in Paris. With a maximum capacity of more than 200 guests, it plays on the contrast of black and white, matte and shiny. This makes the Mirage a natural choice for product launches, clubbing, fashion parades, live shows, etc.
It has everything that sparkles, by day and by night. A high-tech area beneath the spotlights, this ultra-design lounge with wall-to-wall flat screens never forgets that it owes everything to the Seine.
Seated meal : up to 180 guests
Cocktail party : up to 230 guests
Seminar with seated meal : up to 150 guests
Le Paquebot is an immense floating palace covering 700 sq.m. It exudes an aura of the golden age when transatlantic liners vied with each other in terms of luxury and savoir-vivre. The spirit of Le Normandie can still be felt on its monumental stairways; the soul of the Queen Mary is present in the 86 metre long dining room; souvenirs from Le France are everywhere on the triple deck, the ships rail, the launches, the imposing chimneys. Here is the library, which used to be the smoking room, echoing the splendour of days gone by. Le Paquebot, the largest boat on the Seine, is ideal for any grandiose and imaginative event.
Nostalgic passengers will think for a moment that they are on an ocean liner; others will discover that a venue for an 800 guest reception in Paris can have a soul.
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10 bis, quai Henri IV