The goal? Allow you to enjoy a dinner in an exceptional setting without being assailed by remorse. Indeed, you know that the boats on which you circulate do so in a less polluting way. For the more astute among you, you can even calmly recharge your EV while you have a good time around a nice table.
A dinner cruise, for several pleasures in one moment
The Bateaux Parisiens offers you a cruise on the Seine with the possibility of having dinner there! Isn’t this a golden opportunity to celebrate an occasion or simply to spend an evening that is out of the ordinary? You can eat at 6:15 p.m. or 8:30 p.m., according to your preferences! The cruise, meanwhile, lasts one hour and fifteen minutes.
And it is splendid. I assure you that you will not be disappointed! I had a great time there with my husband. The cruise allowsadmire Paris by night, which is a treat. Not to mention the food and wines, of high quality. We opted for the intermediate option, the “Privilege” cruise. For 120€, you have a table for 2 to 4 people near the window with starter + main course + dessert.
Snails, roasted sea bass and chocolate and praline crisp, vegan too! A simple but fresh menu, for all tastes – but above all the best. You can find the full menu here to give you ideas.
This evening can also turn out to be a very effective gift… I can attest to that since it’s the one I made for my husband. He was particularly happy about it and gave me loving looks all evening! And it’s been open every day of the week since April 06, so no excuses.
More electrical terminals soon to be installed on the banks of the Seine
In the logic of sustainable development advocated by the City of Paris and the metropolis, a little less than a hundred electric charging stations for boats will be installed on the banks of the river. They prevent ships from running their generator during a stopover.
Indeed, nearly 78 electrical terminals will be installed along the watercourse. As stated by Haropa, the company behind the project interviewed by Le Parisien, the objective is simple: “ provide boatmen with a source of energy capable of replacing the generators they use when they are at the quay ». An initiative that allows “reduce pollution caused by CO2 and sulfur dioxide emissions“.
And the least we can say is that the results are there: in just two years (13 bollards have already been installed since 2018), nearly 255 tonnes of pollutants have been saved, for a reduction in dejection into the atmosphere of 80,000 liters of diesel according to Haropa data.
On the payment and use side, the boatmen of the Seine will be able to connect all along the Seine » thanks to a subscription with a « single price “, promises the company. With the aid of the European Union to the tune of 1.8 million euros, the project should cost a total of 9.2 million euros. And allow boats to continue to offer cruises on the Seine!
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