QUAI CONTI This magnificent sailing ship, the Marie-Jeanne, moored not far from Pont Neuf and whose size and two large canting keels seem to betray its Dutch origin, is ideally located on the Quai Conti in the heart of historical Paris in the 6th arrondissement. Close to Saint Germain des Prés, the Marie Jeanne enjoys a panoramic view of the Louvre and the Jardin du Vert Galant, and not far from Notre-Dame de Paris, Sainte Chapelle and La Conciergerie. This collector's vessel comprises a wheelhouse with access to the rear cabin with two berths. Following on there is a 16m long deckhouse comprising a kitchen, large sitting room with two skylights, a cabin with ensuite shower room and a third cabin with 2 berths - all in mahogany and pine flooring. The Marie-Jeanne also has a reversible air conditioning and free parking. Popular with photographers and painters, this clipper, dating from 1913 and listed as of cultural interest, is truly unique with its combination of originality, authenticity and rarity.