St Martin is quite a fashionable part of Paris.
Below the fourth double lock lurks the tunnel which leads us under the park, back to the port of the Arsenal.
There are frequent ventilation shafts along the tunnel, with trees to be seen above each one.
There was one large barge ahead of us, and another right behind us, as if we didn't have enough to worry about with the force of the river!
As soon as there was room, we let the second one through. His wash made it a bit rougher for The Puzzler, but she is coping well.
We did not manage to visit The Louvre Museum, when we were in Paris two weeks ago, so it is nice to have another view of it.
The Eiffel Tower, which we did visit, is even more impressive from the river. At least this time the rain has stopped!
The huge football under the Eiffel Tower is there to remind us that Euro 2016 is going on in France at the moment.
Each bridge reminds us how much water is flowing along with us on the River Seine. Keep to the centre of all bridge arches!
At Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, where there seemed to be hundreds of boats, we turned right on to the River Oise. At once, the force of the water was noticeably less, and we found this lovely safe mooring at