Ouges is a Burgundy Canal cruise port and a large village in France's La Cote-d'Or department (Bourgogne-Franche-Comte region) with population around 1,500. Ouges is located on Canal de Bourgogne (Burgundy Canal) in central-eastern France. Constructed between 1775-1832, Burgundy Canal connects Yonne River (at Migennes) with Saone River (at Saint-Jean-de-Losne).
A train station in Ouges serves SNCF's railway line that links Dijon (Cote-d'Or) with Saint-Amour (Jura). The railroad serves TGV trains travelling on LGV Sud-Est (high-speed line) that links directly Paris with Lyon and Marseille (Mediterranean Sea).
As cruise port, Ouges was included in the 2019 schedule of the luxury hotel barge Deborah. The ship is 2016-built and owned by CroisiEurope - one of the world's largest river cruise companies. Next table shows CroisiEurope's 6-day itinerary between homeports Besancon and Dijon.
|Date / Time||Port|
|11 Apr 18:00 / 12 Apr 09:00 (overnight)||Departing from Besancon, France|
|12 Apr 17:30 / 13 Apr 07:00 (overnight)||Ranchot, France|
|13 Apr 12:30 / 14 Apr 08:00 (overnight)||Dole, France|
|14 Apr 14:30 / 15 Apr 07:00 (overnight)||Saint-Jean-de-Losne, France|
|15 Apr 16:30 / 16 Apr 07:00 (overnight)||Ouges, France|
|16 Apr 11:00 / 17 Apr 09:00 (overnight)||Arriving in Dijon, France|
Prices started from ~USD 1900 pp (double-occupancy riverview cabin).
The cruise barge actually docks in Petit-Ouges (small village to the south-southeast) where cruisers can visit a mini-museum (locks-themed, also displaying Burgundy Canal-themed with photos and postcards). From Petit-Ouges, tourists can also do hiking along the 4-km long "Path of the Three Wash Houses".
Port Ouges cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Ouges, France. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.
|12 April, 2021|
|16 April, 2021|
|26 April, 2021|
|30 April, 2021|