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Paris Dinner Cruise

I am trying to plan a dinner cruise for our last night in Paris. I wondered if anyone could offer suggestions as to a cruise that would be reasonably priced!

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Have a wonderful dinner in a Parisian restaurant and then go on a Seine cruise after dinner.

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What does reasonably priced mean: I’m running low on money, don’t shock me, price is more important than what I’m eating, or as long as it’s yummy but not a Michelin 2-star?

The dinner boat trips have pre-cooked meals, except for Calif, which cooks on board. Several posters here have praised Calif. I don’t know the prices. There is also a gastronomic cruise, but it’s certainly not within a definition if reasonably priced.

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I know this is an older thread but thought I'd chime in...

Something to think about when booking a dinner cruise for your "last night in Paris" is that they usually return to the dock around 11:00pm, then you still need to get back to your hotel/apartment – take that into account in accordance with the time you need to leave for CDG (if you're flying out).

I agree that the food on the cruises, with the exception of Calife, is generally not that great.