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Le Ponant

For a holiday that's more akin to being onboard a private yacht than on a cruise ship, take to the seas with Le Ponant, the cruise line's most iconic ship. Despite being the first in the fleet, this is an ever-popular choice for Ponant guests who want to enjoy a traditional-style cruise in complete comfort and style. With space for only 64 guests onboard you can expect a relaxed atmosphere, perfectly prepared food and sophisticated bars in which to while away the evenings.

Ship Stats and Features

Number Of Decks 4
Number Of Pools 0
Number Of Restaurants 2
Crew 32

Ship Facilities

While the ship may be small, this doesn't mean it's lacking on tempting cuisine and, with just one exceptional restaurant, you can be guaranteed that each and every dish is executed to perfection thanks to the team of expert chefs. Named Le Diamant, this main restaurant serves spectacular dishes from morning until evening, complete with world-class service, perfectly paired drinks and views to match, ensuring each and every mealtime during your cruise onboard Le Ponant will be something special.

During your cruise with Le Ponant, the main hubs of entertainment are the Emeraude Lounge and Saphir lounge. Whether you like to socialise with other guests or would prefer a romantic evening with your loved one, do so in style in one of these inviting, stylish spaces.

When you're not discovering each fascinating port of call along the way, you can spend your time luxuriating in the onboard facilities during your cruise. From sunbathing on the deck and relaxing in the jacuzzi to enjoying an al fresco drink or watching a film. However, if you find yourself getting a little restless, there are also ways to stay active. Boasting a watersports marina and fitness room, guests who like to stay fit will love making the most of these facilities.



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