During the summer, the CGN boats serve Morges every day.
In spring and autumn, sailing enthusiasts can only embark in Morges at the weekend.
The General Navigation Company on Lake Geneva (CGN) was founded in 1873.
Apart from modern ships, such as their great stars "Morges", "Lavaux" and "Valais" or the two "navibuses" inaugurated in 2008, the CGN's fleet also comprises eight Belle-Epoque ships powered by paddle wheels, five of which are lovingly maintained steam-boats. The oldest, called "Montreux", was put into service in 1904! Unrivalled nautical heritage in Europe.
With an impressive fleet of 19 ships serving 35 ports on the Swiss and French shores, CGN offers a wide choice of cruises serving as many tourist attractions.