Geneva shipping company
Route: Geneva - Lausanne/Evian - Vevey - Montreux - St-Gingolph
It has been 130 years since the Belle Epoque lake steamers ply the waters of Central Europe's largest lake, criss-crossing the lake to connect Swiss villages and towns to French destinations, such as Geneva to Montreux via Lausanne and Evian (France). Whether the lake is shrouded in early morning mists or a blood-red sun sets on the mountains, the on-board restaurant is always good for a delicious treat.
Be sure to scan the shores for the famous sights seen from an unfamiliar perspective, such as the various castles grand and small (for instance the one located in Montreux known as Castle Chillon) or the vineyards that yield an excellent vintage or the snowy peaks of the Swiss and Savoy Alps. The boats call on places that are also gateways to other exciting adventures, such as taking a cogwheel train up to the Rochers-de-Naye or Les Pléiades, or the Swiss Chocolate Train going to Gruyères and Broc. The boats run frequently in summer. In winter, the schedule is reduced, but join us for a fondue on our boats.
Avenue de Rhodanie 17, Case Postale 116
1000 Lausanne 6
+41 (0) 848 811 848