Anjodi is a steel barge that has been converted to a hotel barge. She is based on the Canal du Midi in the south west of France. The barge offers a relaxed and intimate Mediterranean holiday, with only eight guests on board. The barge is operated by a crew four: Captain, Master Chef, Tour guide and Housekeeper. The barge carries 8 bikes, allowing guests to explore in more detail some of the areas the cruise passes through. Anjodi is owned and operated by European Waterways.
The barge cruises the 300 year old Canal du Midi in the south west of France near the Mediterranean. The canal passes through charming Mediterranean countryside with ancient villages, Roman fortifications and vineyards.
Anjodi was built in Groningen, Netherlands in 1929 as a barge and was used to transport grain. She was bought by Derek Banks in 1982, and was transformed by European Waterways into a luxury hotel barge. She was refurbished more recently in 2008.
The master chef presents a range of regional specialities and fine wines.
The barge has a saloon and dining room with sofas, books and music, and a 24 hour bar. The spacious sun deck has a heated spa pool.
Anjodi has four air-conditioned staterooms all with en-suite facilities and a choice of twin or double bed configuration
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|Built by:||Groningen, Netherlands|