Who are we?

the BARGE

MAM GOZ is a former LUXEMOTOR type barge from 1923 built in Papenburg, Germany. She carried cargo in northern Europe between Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands.

In 2005, MAM GOZ began a new career after being shortened by 8 m to access the Canal du Midi. Until 2015, she was stationed in COLOMBIERS near BEZIERS and welcomed guests.

From September 2016 to July 2017, the barge benefited from a complete facelift in a shipyard in Belgium. Renamed MAM GOZ, that is to say GRAND MOTHER in Breton, the barge goes down in the south to sail on the canals of the South of France and on the Rhône.

Today, the MAM GOZ hotel barge is approved as a cabin passenger boat for 6 passengers and the crew meets the requirements of the French Waterways regulations (captain, safety officer).

 

 

THE COMPANY

FLUVIAL TOUR is a joint-stock company with a capital of €10,000 whose registered office is: BP54 – Quai des Bateliers – 30220 AIGUES-MORTES. The leaders have an experience of more than 30 years in transport and tourism.

The SASU FLUVIAL TOUR is registered with the RCS of Nîmes, SIREN 821125945 and code APE 5030Z. The intra-community VAT number is FR 88 821125945.

SASU FLUVIAL TOUR is referenced by ATOUT FRANCE as a travel and holiday operator and is registered under number IM030180003. This registration process is intended to protect the end consumer. Choosing a company that is registered by ATOUT FRANCE means being certain that this operator has a financial guarantee and professional civil liability insurance in accordance with the provisions of the Tourism Code.

The SASU FLUVIAL TOUR is guaranteed:

  • in professional civil liability by GAN ASSURANCES 8-10, Rue d’Astorg 75383 PARIS cedex 08 – Policy n° 221.201.295
  • as financial guarantor by the APST 15, avenue Carnot 75017 PARIS

FLUVIAL TOUR is an incoming agency specializing in the SOUTH of FRANCE, between Sète and Avignon, and operates its own hotel-barge. FLUVIAL TOUR sells the MAM GOZ hotel barge on a luxury private cruise on the Rhône and the Camargue-Mediterranean canal with 3 crew members.