Anjodi hotel barge

The barge Anjodi

Accommodating up to 8 passengers

View of the Anjodi

Anjodi is rated 5 out of 5

Cruise file for Anjodi

From 4690 USD per person

Charters from 32,600USD


Crew members : 4

Boat size
Length 124′8″ ft (38.00 metres)
Width 16′5″ ft (5.00 metres)

Number of bicycles : 8


Up to 8 guests

Double cabins : 4


Central heating


Spa or pool


CD player / iPod Dock


Anjodi photos and videos

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Testimonials for Anjodi

Mary Uglow; April 2017:

We rate the barge 8/10: Liked the convenient layout - attention of crew - excellent food
We appreciated the interesting features on the canal, nearby attractive cities of Carcassonne and Narbonne
We enjoyed the trips out by minibus, and the tour guide was excellent.

David Gold:

"Hi Emma; Just to thank you again for yet another great cruise. EVERYTHING was fantastic as usual. " Italy: Anjodi, La Belle Epoque, Scottish Highlander hotel barges

About the barge "Anjodi"

Anjodi is a classic Dutch barge design, specifically rebuilt to negociate the 330 year old Canal du Midi in the south of France.
She has been completely refurbished in the tasteful tradition of African hardwoods, hand-crafted panelling and shining brass, to create a comfortable and charming ambience reminiscent of a classic yacht.

The well planned accommodation offers a choice of four air-conditioned twin/double staterooms, each with full ensuite facilities.
The shaded sun deck is unusually spacious, with a heated, sunken spa pool and comfortable loungers.

4 crew
Air conditioned/centrally heated throughout
4 twin/double staterooms Wifi
Sun deck, Telescope, 8 touring bikes
CD Player/ iPod dock
Air conditioned minibus

Plan of Anjodi

Plan of the hotel barge Anjodi

Anjodi cruise routes & itineraries

Marseillan to Le Somail on the Canal du Midi

Cruise map for Anjodi

Montpellier to Marseillan
Guests are met at the Clarion Suites in Narbonne and transferred by private chauffeured minibus to Anjodi.
Enjoy a welcome of chilled Champagne with canapes and the opportunity to meet your crew, followed perhaps by a relaxing stroll along the lakeside Mediterranean village of Marseillan, home of Noilly Prat vermouth, enjoying a view of the oyster beds.
Dinner on board.

Marseillan to Portiragnes
This morning we embark on our cruise along the 330 year old Canal du Midi through the Bagnas nature reserve, with potential sightings of flamingos, white egrets, and other migrating birds, under bridges built from the local black volcanic stone.
After lunch on board, we visit Pezenas, the beautiful 16th century capital of Languedoc, mostly known for its associations with the French playwright, Moliere.
Dinner on board.

Portiragnes to Beziers
After breakfast, we cruise further along the canal to our mooring near Beziers, with plenty of opporunity to walk or cycle along the towpath.
After lunch, we enjoy an informative winery tour and tasting at the 14th century chateau de Perdiguier, named afer Charles V's finance minister and famed for its frescoes and Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines.
Dinner on board.

Beziers to Fonserannes
This morning's excursion if to Narbonne, a Roman Mediterranean capital where the Visogoth monarchs once lived.
We tour the Archbishop's Palace, Cathedral and Via Domitia and explore the indoor market at the hub of this bustling town, where you will have time to shop or simply absorb the vibrant atmosphere.
We return to Anjodi for lunch and cross the aqueduct over the river Orb, before ascending the 7-lock flight of Fonserannes through the unique oval locks to moor above it for the evening.
Dinner ashore tonight at L'Ambassade, a Michelin-rated gastronomic restaurant in Beziers.

Fonserannes to Capestang
This morning we continue our cruise, passing through the world's oldest canal tunnel at Malpas, again with perfect cycling and walking opportunities along the way.
Following lunch, we take an excursion to Minerve, the ancient capital of the Minervois, which boasts a 12th century Cathar fort surrounded by deep limestone gorges.
Besieged by Simon de Montfort in 1210, its hilltop location affords spectacular views and the museum's fascinating miniature recreation of the bloodthirsty Cathar rebellion complete the intriguing picture.
Returning to the barge, there is time to explore Capestang, once the summer retreat of the Archbishop of Narbonne, with it's magnficent 14th century collegiate church.
Dinner on board.

Capestang to Le Somail
In the morning we embark on our final cruise along the historic Canal du Midi to the delightful village of Le Somail.
After lunch, we visit Carcassonne.
Dating back to the Gallo Roman era, this is the most complete medeival fortified city in existence today.
With its 52 watch towers, portcullis and extraordinary repertoire of defences, it resisted the many armies that tried to storm this Camelot setting.
Captain's Farewell Dinner on board.

Le Somail to Narbonne
After breakfast, guests are transferred by private chauffeured minibus to their choice of location in Narbonne.

Cruise rates

Marseillan to Le Somail dates and rates

Accommodation Regular Value
Charter 8 passengers whole boat 40000 35000
Charter 7 passengers whole boat 38600 33800
Charter 6 passengers whole boat 37200 32600
Stateroom per person 5390 4690
Single supplement 1900 1700
Prices are shown in US dollars
Sterling and euro prices available on request for non-US/Canadian citizens.
Walking and wine charters 3000 USD supplement
- Departure Dates -
Value April 1 to April 22
July 22 to August 19
October 7 to October 21
Regular April 29 to July 15 
August 26 to September 30

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