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any recent info on CroisiEurope river cruises?

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I have two questions:

1) about CroisiEurope,

2) access to the Chauvet caves in the Ardèche Gorges area.


I am interested in CroisiEurope bec they are the only France river cruises down the Rhone river I can find that stop and visit the Chauvet caves in the Ardeche area, which is in itself very scenic. Everyone else skips this. But Croisi Europe is French-based, cheaper, but has small rooms, espec for a single (me), is mainly European (just opening its North American market), seats you with your language group and has set meals. It apparently skimps on small things, like towels. Chauvet (Ardeche) is not near the beginning or end of the Rhone river tours, so it's hard to tack on a land tour to it, easiest and least expensive to go on a cruise that includes it in the excursions.

I have researched the main cruise lines on the Rhone and don't find anyone else besides CroiseEurope. Does anyone have some inside knowledge?

Thanks!!

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