HD photos of Le Batofar nightclub and restaurant in Paris
These particular photo show the rather unusual but unique venue called Le Batofar, which is an old lighthouse boat that is now permanently moored along the banks over the River Seine in Paris, but since 1988 it has been converted into a live music venue, restaurant and night club that is open to the early hours of the morning.
High definition photograph of Le Batofar lighthouse boat moored on the River Seine in Paris
While standing on the quay looking towards the Passerelle Simone de Beauvoir footbridge in the distance, and the greenery of the Parc de Bercy to the right, in this image you can see the old lighthouse boat Le Batofar, which plays host to international DJs all year round.
Le Batofar was called the Osprey until it was converted in to a floating nightclub and restaurant
This unusual night club venue in Paris started life as a lighthouse boat called the Osprey, yet was renamed Le Batofar when it was sold to the French and converted for an entirely different purpose, yet still retained the original unique features that you can see in this picture.
This photo shows the Batofar lighthouse boat moored along Port de la Gare in Paris
While standing by the start of the Pont de Tolbiac along Port de la Gare on the left bank of the River Seine, we took this photo looking down to Le Batofar converted lighthouse boat with its quayside terrace complete with deckchairs and tables for al fresco dining.
Close up photo of the Batofar wheel house with all its potted plants on top
The traditional bright red colour of Le Batofar and its lighthouse on top has become a famous site in Paris over the years, just like the Moulin Rouge cabaret has with its windmill, and this boat has become a popular spot for tourists and locals to party until the early hours.
Close up high definition photo of the gallery and lantern pane of the lighthouse boat Le Batofar
Here you can see a close up photo we took of the lighthouse section of the old lighthouse boat that has been preserved and is the famous icon of the Le Batofar, which is a bar, restaurant and nightclub in Paris.
This photo was taken looking at the bow section of Le Batofar lighthouse boat
One of the original nightclub boats in Paris, Le Batofar is a unique venue that attracts thousands of party goers each year, however, it is also a cafe and restaurant, plus has a lovely terrace and a bar with some potted plants for added greenery as you can see in this photograph.
Picture of the stern and starboard sides of the Batofar with its onboard rear terrace
This close up photo of Le Batofar lighthouse boat shows the terrace that has a covered area and is even heated in winter, and this part of the boat has a bar and is known as an after work venue with DJs providing music in a relaxing atmosphere with fabulous views.
Panoramic photograph of Le Batofar lighthouse boat moored in front of the Pont de Tolbiac
This is a panoramic photo we took looking upstream of the River Seine towards the Pont de Tolbiac bridge that goes from the 13th Arrondissement over to the 12th Arrondissement, with Le Batofar moored just in front of it, and further in the distance is the Pont National bridge.
This picture shows the Batofar terrace section along the promenade next to the boat
This is a photo we took of the Batofar terrace area on the Port de la Gare promenade of the River Seine, which has been known as the Batofar Beach, where you can relax under a sun shade or in the sun.
View of Le Batofar main gangplank entrance to the lighthouse boat
Here you can see the gangplank entrance to the Batofar nightclub barge that we took while walking along the bank of the River Seine, where it is permanently moored on the Quai Francois Mauriac next to Port de la Gare in the 13th Arrondissement.
This photo was taken looking at the stern section of Le Batofar lighthouse boat
Now this particular photograph we took showing the stern of this converted lighthouse boat called Le Batofar, which is now a restaurant and night club on the River Seine, and as you can see in this image, it is moored very close to the Pont de Tolbiac bridge.
Picture of Le Batofar lighthouse tower with its gallery and lantern room
Today Le Batofar has become a very popular live music venue, but is also just as popular for its restaurant and the fine cuisine they serve during the day and night, with thousands of local and tourists visiting this unusual attraction on the River Seine every year.
View of Le Batofar boat from the Passerelle Simone de Beauvoir footbridge
While we were crossing over the Passerelle Simone de Beauvoir footbridge to the Parc de Bercy, we took this photo looking towards the left bank of the River Seine and the Batofar, which is permanently moored in place on the Quai Francois Mauriac next to Port de la Gare and Allee Arthur Rimbaud.