VIP Champagne Cruises In Paris – On Board With The Bubbly

Two Top-Rated Champagne Cruises In Paris

Paris + a bateau + the river Seine + champagne. Combine all of your favorite things by boarding a bateau for a champagne-fueled cruise along the Seine River. Not only is a champagne cruise informative and scenic, it feels like a VIP experience from beginning to end. Oh — and you get to drink champagne the whole time! Let's take a look at two top champagne river cruises in Paris.

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Our Top-Rated Seine River Cruises

1. VIP Dinner Cruise with Champagne & Live Music… Our top-rated nighttime activity

2. Champagne Cruise Along the Seine… Get on board the boat with the bubbly

3. Dinner Cruise by Maxim's of Paris… Celebrating the Belle Époque bistro

4. Seine River Lunch Cruise… With spectacular views outside your window

#1. The Boat With The Bubbly

Champagne Tasting on a Seine River Cruise

The VIP service starts the moment you present your reservation voucher at the ticket booth at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, on the left bank of the Seine. You get a tingle of pleasure when you are the first to board and are led to the private deck at the front of the boat, the perfect place for viewing the sights of Paris as they drift past. A flight of three champagnes chilling on ice, with real champagne glasses, are arranged on a small table.

As you sail past world-famous monuments, a professional sommelier takes you on a journey of exploration with champagne as the focus. During the cruise, you taste three very different champagnes — a brut, a demi-sec and a rosé. The pours are generous and each champagne tastes distinctly different from the others. We had a blast on the boat!

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Romantic Dinner Cruises In Paris

VIP Dinner Cruise with Bateaux Parisiens
This romantic dinner cruise includes champagne, wine & a classic meal. Choose the Service Privilege option for the best seating, best meal, and the ultimate experience.
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Dinner Cruise by Maxim's of Paris
The legendary Parisian restaurant takes you on a dinner cruise complete with champagne and wine. Choose the 2-hour cruise for a stellar evening in Paris.
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VIP Dinner Cruise with Bateaux Parisiens
This romantic dinner cruise includes champagne, wine & a classic meal. Choose the Service Privilege option for the best seating, best meal, and the ultimate experience.
Reserve your table…

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#2. Seine River Cruise & Champagne Brunch

Seine River Cruise & Champagne Brunch

What will the folks back home think when you tell them you had a bubbly brunch on the Seine! We like the idea of seeing the best of Paris while enjoying flaky croissants, fresh platters of fruit, eggs Benedict, and a coupe de champagne. With the monuments of Paris as your backdrop, you'll enjoy brunch seated at a table. Afterwards, you can go outdoors to the main deck lounge, or the upper level terrace to take in the City of Light from the river. The views are magnificent, the brunch is delicious, and the service is top-notch.

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Talking to a Champagne Sommelier

Champagne Tasting on a Seine River Cruise

After one champagne cruise we had a chance to catch up with Olivier, a sommelier who hosts these magical tours, to ask him a few champagne-challenge questions.

  • What's your favorite part of the Champagne river cruise?
    Being reminded how beautiful Paris is, and how happy people are to be here.
  • What's the most surprising or silliest question you've had about champagne?
    "Rosé champagne… is that Mexican champagne?"
  • What's your top food pairing with champagne?
    I love it with fresh oysters
  • Why would you recommend a champagne cruise on the Seine?
    It's a chance to cruise the Seine without feeling like part of a large crowd. You get to be in a private room with a private deck at the front of the boast, so the experience feels exclusive, while still being good value for money.
  • If you were on a desert island, what champagne brand would you bring?
    I'm not certain, but whatever champagne I chose I would bring a Jeroboam of it. [A Jeroboam is the equivalent of six 750 ml bottles of wine!]
  • What's your number-one landmark, monument, or bridge you can see on the champagne cruise?
    I'm in love with the Pont Neuf. [Despite its name, "neuf" meaning "new", Pont Neuf is the oldest bridge in Paris. Built in 1578, it links the Left Bank with the Right Bank on the western point of Ile de la Cite.]
  • What's your favorite champagne memory?
    When a gentleman proposed on the champagne cruise. She said yes!

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