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Bremen

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The expedition ship, Bremen, will take you into regions of the world where you can fully satisfy your thirst for discoveries. Thanks to its shallow draught, it can call at the smallest ports, bays and meandering rivers. And our 12 expedition-ready, motorized rubber boats, the Zodiacs, enable passengers to land in even the most remote regions.

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Hanseatic

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Whether travelling through thick pack ice, narrow fjords, vast oceans or along the coastlines of great continents, emabrk on a voyage of discovery, with destinations worldwide, on this five-star expedition ship. Without sacrificing luxury and sophisticated living, passengers can journey to remote regions in the comfort of the Hanseatic’s modern amenities. Well-appointed cabins accommodate up to 184 guests and cozy interiors provide ample space for casual camaraderie or quiet reverie.

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Le Boreal

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**SPECIAL OFFER**Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. One of the most state-of-the-art ships, launched in May 2010, the luxury Le Boreal features a modern design, sleek silhouette and small size - just 142 metres in length. Le Boreal offers intimate itineraries to rare ports. A mega-yacht with 132 cabins, she is the fruit of the expertise of the Italian Fincantieri shipyard and offers utter French sophistication, as interpreted by designer Jean-Philippe Nuel, creating a unique atmosphere, a subtle blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being.

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Le Champlain

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Launching in 2018, Le Champlain is one of a new series of Explorer ships that remain true to the Ponant spirit, embodying the unique atmosphere that is the cruise line’s hallmark: a subtle blend of refinement, intimacy and comfort. The ship offers guests elegantly designed cabins, spacious suites with large windows, and lounge areas that open onto the outside, this new limited-capacity yacht boasting just 92 cabins and suites will offer you a truly unique cruising experience.

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Le Commandant Charcot

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  • Expedition cruises

Le Commandant-Charcot's inaugural cruise departs in May 2021. She is the world's first luxury polar exploration vessel, and enjoys a unique sailing experience in the Arctic or Antarctic! With its hybrid propulsion combining liquefied natural gas (LNG) and electric generators, Le Commandant-Charcot has been designed to minimise the environmental impact of travel to the furthest latitudes. The vessel has been elegantly designed using subtle tones and its decor of stone, wood and leather recall the natural environment in which the ship is sailing. She accommodates guests in 135 luxurious staterooms and suites. Expect outstanding gastronomy in the two restaurants and wonderful relaxation areas including two lounges and bars. Guests may also indulge in the amenities on the sundeck including an indoor swimming pool surrounded by a winter garden, sauna and snow room. A Spa, beauty and fitness room and outdoor pool.

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National Geographic Explorer

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  • Expedition cruises

A former Norwegian ferry, the National Geographic Explorer was converted into a state-of-the-art ice-class expedition ship and launched in 2008. She is a powerful, fast and stylish cruiser designed for 21st-century exploration. The ship offers up to 148 guests an environment of adventure, comfort and informality in her expansive public areas and 81 outside cabins.

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Sea Adventurer

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Travellers who seek an element of elegance for cruising around the Scottish Isles, Greenland and Norway should look no further than the Sea Adventurer. The ship was built in 1975 and has since undergone extensive refurbishment with the feel of an old ocean liner characterised with brass fittings and tall, dark wood panelling. The vessel now boasts 60 outside cabins with private facilities and a window-lined dining room and lounge where guests can relax. There are also two bars and a library stocked with nautical books and board games.

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