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ABOVE: Dogs enjoy a view of the St-Martin Canal in northeastern Paris.

More boat cruises (with food)

Marina de Paris
Lunch cruises (Friday to Sunday only) and two daily dinner cruises leave from a pier below the Musée d'Orsay. Prices are moderate.

Yachts de Paris
If you're willing to spend €250 each for a meal (apéritifs and wine extra), here's your chance to experience the yachting life on a vintage vessel, the Don Juan II.

Croisière Paris
A two-hour dinner cruise aboard the Capitaine Fracasse takes you past the usual sites and sights in central Paris. Prices are considerably lower than on most competitors' boats.

For more information on eating and cruising on the Seine, see our Paris Dinner Cruises article.

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