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Golf Cruises In Europe

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The Barge Lady Cruises

Freshly cut fairways on a brisk Irish morning… rolling green hills and picturesque rivers surrounding the course… the crack, and swish of the club perfectly hitting the ball…when’s the last time you really played a truly memorable round of golf while enjoying time with your closest friends? Barges cruise the petite rivers and canals of Europe, offering access to some of the most unique golf courses in the world. From the world-famous links in Ireland and Scotland to courses in the French countryside, Golf Cruises are available on many barges for private groups of 2 to 12 guests.

Golf Cruises In Europe

Exquisite European Courses

France

  • Chateau de Chailly, golf around a 16th century chateau
  • Golf de Beaune Levernois, designed in the heart of Burgundy vineyards
  • Golf du Sanserrois, set on the banks of River Loire, with a backdrop of Sancerre vineyards
  • Le Cap d’Agde Golf, by renowned architect Ronald Fream

England & Scotland

  • Royal Dornoch Golf Course, a famed Championship Golf Course in Scotland
  • Castle Stuart, Championship golf by stunning seaside
  • Hampton Court Palace Golf Course on the River Thames,  play golf on royal palace grounds
  • Wentworth, one of the most iconic courses in Europe

Ireland

  • Adare Manor, an 18-hole Championship course featuring acres of lush Irish countryside with lakes and a river
  • Lahinch Golf Club, ranked in the World’s top 100 and one of Ireland’s oldest clubs.
  • K Golf Club, designed by Arnold Palmer, and hosted the 2006 Ryder Cup

An Effortless Golf Holiday

Pre-booked tee times and private transfers to and from the courses ensure golfing during your barge cruise is a seamless and elevated experience. Golfers pay for greens fees, club rental,  golf cart rental, and any personal expenses incurred directly at the course. Some golf cruises include four pre-booked and paid tee times in the rate.

Luxurious Leisure Onboard

Fancy a soak in the hot tub after that remarkable round of golf?
Tee times are arranged to allow ample time for golf, and daily cruising back onboard your barge.  The luxury accommodations, gourmet cuisine and wines, and cultural excursions found on barge cruises ensure the time between games is just as pleasurable as the time spent on the green.

Enticing Excursions

Non-golfers? No problem!  Should your group contain guests who would rather explore area attractions or just relax onboard rather than play golf, an itinerary will be provided for non-golfers, and accommodations made.