Enjoy a cruise on the Saône and (re)discover the richness of the river heritage.
Departing from the marina of Scey-sur-Saône, the Tourist Office of Les Combes à la Saône will take the public on board the Cadet Rousselle next spring.
During 1h30, the commented cruises will cross the Canal Tunnel of Saint-Albin - Historic Monument - and will pass through 2 locks. With family, friends or in groups, the public will be able to enjoy the summer softness along the water during the summer season.
Located in the heart of the new Destination Vesoul Val de Saône, Scey-sur-Saône and its banks offer itinerant spaces revealing the History and the River Architecture dating from the 19th century.
A remarkable work listed as a Historic Monument, the 681m long Saint-Albin Tunnel opens onto a green screen. By the time you reach the next lock, the landscape offers a breathtaking view of the castle of Rupt-sur-Saône and its keep, which has dominated the valley since the 12th century.
Boaters will only have to choose the cruise: the calendar provides for aperitif cruises and many other surprises, to be discovered throughout the season. Lunch cruises (3 hours) will also be possible for groups, on request and for individuals according to the fixed schedule.
The cruises will also be open to classes who wish to live their first sailing experience to discover the history of the Saône and the 19th century navigation.
In order to allow as many people as possible to (re)discover this exceptional natural and architectural heritage, these cruises are organised with the partnership of the Communauté de Communes des Combes and the support of European funds.