During your time on board the S.S. Bon Voyage, you will be immersed in French culture, art, and wine. Your first impression will be in the ship’s lobby, clad in polished wood and accented with brass. Your room is a lavish space, including a private marble bathroom with indulgent Hermes bath and body products. Beds are draped in high-thread count Egyptian cotton sheets and European duvets, along with a menu of pillow options. Tuck your clothes away in the built-in closets. Every day a fresh fruit and cookie plate is placed lovingly in your suite, and when you first arrive on this posh floating dream, you are welcomed with a bottle of wine. Your senses are delighted by oodles of patterns, colors, and textures on the S.S. Bon Voyage. It all works in concert to produce a glitzy vibe fit for a queen like Marie Antoinette.

Le Salon Champagne bar takes its color inspiration from the bold tones from fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent’s Villa Majorelle in Marrakesh. S.S. Bon Voyage’s dining room, La Brasserie, is a riot of color, awash in natural green and punctuated with pops of yellow. While you savor traditional bistro fare, your eyes will enjoy their own feast. In La Caves des Vins, a connoisseur shares how to expertly pair food and wine. Each bite you take will be a reminder of the French landscape you are traveling through. The chefs often go searching for the freshest ingredients in the local markets along your route.

Take in the scene and the fresh air on the deck, with vibrant fabrics surrounding a refreshing infinity pool. Near the pool, chefs prepare casual French fare in the open-air cooking demonstrations.

When you are not on the ship, you will be lapping up all that Bordeaux has to offer. There are vineyards to see, small towns to wander through, and ancient fortresses to explore. Celebrate the good life on the S.S. Bon Voyage.