River Cruise CroisiEurope renovates Rhine vessel By Michelle Baran / June 15, 2017 Share 1 -- CroisiEurope has relaunched the 106-passenger Douce France II, which has been transformed into what the company designates as a premium-class ship. Following the redesign, the Rhine River ship now features more open spaces and natural light, and has been outfitted in a contemporary design aesthetic. The public spaces include a bar and lounge with a dance floor, a restaurant, a boutique and a sun deck with lounge chairs.The ship measures 361 feet in length and is 36 feet wide. There are four single-occupancy cabins at 108 square feet, two suites at 248 square feet and the remaining cabins, including one designed for passengers with reduced mobility, at 161 square feet. The Douce France II features more open spaces and natural light. All staterooms have air conditioning and a flat-screen television, and all upper-deck cabins feature French balconies. The Douce France II, which launched in 1997, will sail four- to seven-day itineraries along the Moselle, Main, and Rhine rivers.