She consists of six decks, which have a sensible and convenient layout. With just 132 staterooms, she’s both spacious and intimate, allowing for a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. There are plenty of cabin options, most of which include private balconies or panoramic sea views. Many amenities are included as standards, such as a flat screen TV, bathrobes and French bath products.
You’ll love to sail onboard the French Ponant Cruise Line if you share their passion for fine cuisine. Each of the meals onboard are expertly prepared and accompanied by a divine selection of wine pairings. In the Gastronomic main restaurant you can enjoy French and international cuisine with impeccable service or you can enjoy a themed dinner or buffet lunch at the Grill Restaurant.
Le Boreal is designed to consider the needs all of types of guest. The Le Club lounge comes complete with a dance floor and showcases nightly entertainment. A host of activities take part in the state-of-the-art theatre, where you can enjoy an educational lecture, a cultural performance or film screening. Also onboard is a casino and more intimate public spaces such as a library and internet corner. Families will enjoy the dedicated games area, where Wii consoles will keep the juniors occupied for hours.
There are plenty of ways to wind down - our best suggestion is a trip to the Beauty Centre which consists of a Sothys partnership spa and a beauty salon. In the spa, some of the ways you can relax include the Hammam sauna or the balneotherapy area, which detoxifies the skin in mineral springs. Alternatively, you can let out some steam in the Technogym-equipped fitness area.
Visit of-the-beaten-track destinations with Le Boreal, including the dramatic landscapes of Antarctica and the luxurious French Polynesia.