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AML Levant in front of the lighthouse

AML Levant

The AML Levant, the cruise ship departing from Rivière-du-Loup

The AML Levant will charm you with its streamlined shape and unique route. It will make you discover whales and other animals crowding the St. Lawrence River.

A unique adventure aboard one of our fleet's flagships.

The perks of the AML Levant

  • Levant Resto 296 Jeremymckinnon

    Store and Bar Service

  • Levant Bateau 296 PDP

    Covered bridge

  • Levant Vip 296Jeremy Mckinnon

    VIP section

A fully-equipped boat

  • What the AML Levant offers you

    • Store and bar service
    • 2 sheltered decks
    • VIP section with 16 executive seats
  • Specifications

    Capacity : 493 passengers
    Length : 112.2 feet
    Width : 29 feet

  • Available rooms and capacity

    Deck A

    • 120 people banquet format
    • 130 people cocktail dinner format

    Deck B - VIP Lounge

    • 16 people

    Deck B - La Petite Verrière

    • 75 people cocktail dinner format

    Please note that these settings include the layout of a dancefloor.

  • Access for people with reduced mobility

    Motorized Mobility Aids (MMA)
    Motorized wheelchairs, scooters, quadcopters

    • Due to the weight of the wheelchair combined with the weight of the occupant, the adjustment of these wheelchairs and the lack of a lift socket, it is not possible to take any type of electric wheelchair on board the ships;
    • In order to cruise, these individuals must be transferred to a manual wheelchair before reporting to the bridge.

    Manual wheelchairs

    • Vessels are accessible at all times, regardless of tidal heights. The maximum number of people in manual wheelchairs is two (2) on the AML Levant;
    • Crew members will assist the person in moving to the desired floor;
    • Passengers can be assisted throughout the cruise by a crew member if needed, subject to staff availability;
    • Embarkation and disembarkation will be done in the presence of crew members.

    Persons with reduced mobility without wheelchairs

    • Boats accessible at all times;
    • Assistance in moving passengers from the moment they arrive at the bridge or before, depending on the passenger’s needs and the availability of staff.