Messing about in boats
A trip along the Moselle
As Kenneth Grahame wrote in Wind in the Willows; "There is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats." A trip along the Moselle in one of the luxuriously outfitted pleasure cruisers provides a delightful way to treat clients or reward colleagues. Options include a dinner or luncheon cruise, or a half-day tailored trip that could include wine tasting and samplings of local cuisine. Entertainment ranging from a simple pianist or DJ to a full orchestra can also be arranged. The boats can accommodate between 200 and 500 passengers, depending on individual event specifics. The boats are anchored at Remich and Grevenmacher, and sail up and down the channelled river, passing by its vine covered slops and historical villages.