MS Bizet


Cruise line
Grand Circle Cruise Line

Current cruise:

MS Bizet Review and Specifications

Specifications of MS Bizet

Year built 2002  /  Age : 16
Flag state Malta
Owner Grand Circle Cruise Line GmbH
Length (LOA) 112 m / 367 ft
Beam (width) 12 m / 39 ft
Passengers 60 - 120
Crew 33
Decks 3
Cabins 60
Decks with cabins 2
Last Refurbishment 2013

Review of MS Bizet

MS Bizet is currently operated by Grand Circle Cruise Line and carries approximately 120 passengers.

History - construction & ownership

The cruise ship ms Bizet was specifically designed to navigate the winding waters of Seine River. The comfortable appointments and small capacity of the ship ensure a personal and relaxing experience. 

Cruise itinerary program

MS Bizet schedule calendar includes one and only itinerary: along the river Seine from Honfleur to Paris, through Rouen and Giverny.

ms Bizet


MS Bizet has a capacity of 120 passengers in 60 staterooms, all with outside views. At night 2 single berths fold out of opposite walls (they can't be combined into double bed) and fold back during the day, this way leaving two small sofas. Given how compact the staterooms are, they are surprisingly comfortable. On the Soprano Deck each room features a floor-to-ceiling window and 16-sq.foot balcony.

Dining options - Food & Drinks

Complimentary beverages including bottled water, tea and coffee, soft drinks, premium spirits and select fine wines are served throughout Bizet. The ship has one restaurant, accommodating passengers at a single, unassigned seating. Vegetarian and well-being selections, special dietetic menus are provided upon request. 

Entertainment options - Fun & Sport

Ship amenities include a bar, lounge, elevator, library and Sun Deck. The ms Bizet ship has an international crew of 33 members and 3 English-speaking Program Directors. As passengers discover the beauty of France in a group of up to 45 travelers, each with an expert resident Program Director, they will feast in the warm camaraderie of fellow cruise companions. “Home-hosted visits,” where cruisers split into small groups and visit a local in his/her home, are offered as part of the itinerary.