Built in 2003 and accented with rich woods, the m.s. Rembrandt is testimony to the historical tradition of ship-building excellence.
The m.s. Rembrandt's smaller size, with only 39 cabins, offers intimate, informal and graceful comfort. The many large picture windows allow you to see into the very heart of the idyllic countryside of France, whether you are relaxing in the lounge or in your cabin or dining. The best vantage point, of course, is from the enticing chaises and chairs on the sun deck.
Located on two decks, cabins are comfortably appointed and offer the latest amenities, including private bathroom, individual climate control, satellite television, direct dial telephone, closet space and hair dryer. Cabins on the main deck are twin-bedded and have two small windows. Upper deck cabins feature one picture window. Suites have a double bed and French balcony.
Meals are served at single, open seatings in the main dining room and feature delectable cuisine made from the freshest local ingredients. The dining room is lined on both sides by large windows, allowing you to enjoy your dinner while watching the changing landscape.
Professional and personalized service is provided by highly trained and experienced crew.