Ponant Ships are the modern fleet of small-sized ships perfect for expedition cruises or yachting.
Ponant Cruise Ship & Fleet Overview:
Le Ponant is Ponant's iconic yacht that started the commitment to a more sustainable form of travel. This traditional French sailing ship and has only 16 cabins/suites which provides you a small group of likeminded people who all love the sea and sailing. Enjoy the majestic three-masted sailing ship which offers you the chance to experience the trip of a lifetime.
The Expedition Ships
The sister ships Le Boreal, L'Austral, Le Soleal and Le Lyrial combine luxury, intimacy and serene well being to offer passengers peaceful tranquility for their escape of the daily grind. Everything has been designed to create a unique atmosphere onboard, a veritable personality: the chic style and naturally relaxing ambiance of a veritable private yacht.
- Le Boreal
- Le Soleal
- Le Lyrial
The Ponant Explorers
Named after the French explorers that came before, the 6 Ponant Explorer ships give you the intimacy of a "private yacht" while offering a unique type of cruise experience.
- Le Laperouse
- Le Champlain
- Le Bougainville
- Le Dumont - D'urville
- Le Jacques-Cartier
- Le Bellot
The World's Only Luxury Icebreaker
- Le Commandant Charcot is the first luxury hybrid electric polar exploration ship powered by liquified natural gas, is the epitome of a more responsible and sustainable sailing. Safe and low impact polar navigation is her area of expertise, taking advantage of the latest innovations and even developing new, market-leading technologies and solutions to make Le Commandant Charcot one of the most advanced polar vessels at sea today.
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