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Paris July 14 dinner cruise

The Diamant Bleu


Come on board the Diamant Bleu to experience Paris by night in the most breath-taking surroundings !

July 14th evening aboard Le Diamant Bleu – 199€

2.5h cruise

– Boarding: from 20:00
– Cruise departure: 21:00
– Return to the shore and end of evening: 23:30
3-part aperitif, two starters, one main course and one dessert: see the menu
– Mineral water
– 1/2 bottle of wine per person

– A glass of champagne

The drinks : see drinks

– VIP location (next to the bay window) +15€/pers.

– PRESTIGE location (at the bow of the boat, on a round table on a platform – max 30 people) +20€/pers.

Fireworks visible from the deck of the boat

Atmospheric restaurant (singer and DJ)


6 Quai Jean Compagnon, 94200, Ivry-Sur-Seine

Parking gratuit de 100 places à votre disposition

Transports en commun :

Bus : Ligne 325 – arrêt Jules Vanzuppe ; Ligne 125, 180 – arrêt Vaillant Coutier – Lenine
Métro : Ligne 7 – station Mairie d’Ivry
RER : Ligne C – station Ivry-sur-Seine



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July 14 is France’s national holiday, celebrating the storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789, which marked the start of the French Revolution. It is celebrated every year with parades, fireworks, concerts and cultural events throughout the country. The most important ceremony takes place on the Champs de Mars in Paris, where thousands of people attend the military parade and the evening fireworks display. People also gather for barbecues and parties with family and friends. It’s also an opportunity for all French people to celebrate fraternity, liberty and equality, the fundamental values of the French Republic.

What to do in Paris to celebrate July 14th?

Watch the military parade on the Champs-Élysées: every year, thousands of people gather to watch the troops march down the Champs-Élysées.

Watch the fireworks: in the evening, fireworks are set off from the Eiffel Tower to celebrate Bastille Day.

Visit historic monuments: visit the Eiffel Tower, Sacré-Coeur Basilica or Place de la Concorde to celebrate French history.

Attend concerts and shows: there are concerts and shows organized all over Paris to celebrate the national holiday.

Public gardens: make the most of the day by visiting the city’s public gardens, such as the Luxembourg and Tuileries gardens.

Taste culinary specialties: Enjoy French culinary specialties, such as crêpes, croissants and cheeses, in the city’s cafés and restaurants.

Attend outdoor parties: There are parties organized in the city’s parks and gardens, where you can listen to music, dance and socialize with other celebrants.

The fireworks

The July 14th fireworks display is a key element in the celebration of France’s national holiday. It is traditionally fired in the evening on the Champs de Mars in Paris, but fireworks displays are also organized in other cities across the country.

The fireworks display is organized by Paris City Hall, and is usually directed by a well-known pyrotechnic artist. It consists of a series of fireworks of different shapes and colors that light up the Paris sky. It is usually accompanied by music, and is a breathtaking spectacle for the thousands of people who attend the ceremony.

The July 14th fireworks display is considered one of the world’s finest, attracting thousands of visitors every year. It is a key element in the celebration of France’s national holiday, and a high point in French history.

On the Diamant Bleu

Among all the wonderful experiences Paris has to offer on this national holiday, we’d like to invite you to celebrate this sacred day on board Le Diamant Bleu or Le Théo for a superb 2.5-hour cruise featuring a starter, main course and dessert, accompanied by half a bottle of wine and a glass of champagne for dessert. It’s also an atmospheric restaurant, with a singer on hand to guarantee our festive atmosphere on the Seine. Of course, both Le Diamant Bleu and Le Théo allow you to watch the incredible fireworks display on the Champs-Élysées from their open terrace above the bateau-mouche.