Fire and Ice in the Arctic Cruise
|2||Crossing Date line|
|4||Cap Dezhnev (Tchoukotka, Russia)|
|5||Kolyuchin Island (Russia)|
|9||Cap Vankarem (Tchoukotka, Russia)|
|10||Crossing Date line|
|10||Savoonga (Alaska, USA)|
|12||St. Paul / Pribilofs Archipelago (Alaska, USA)|
|13||Unalaska, Dutch Harbour|
|14||Chankliut Island (Alaska, USA)|
|15||Hidden Harbor/Kinak Bay|
Exuding an elegant French ambience, this super-yacht is sleek in design and was awarded with prize for Best New Ship of the Year in 2010 when she was launched. Boasting a contemporary style, Le Boreal’s sleep interior is perfect for younger cruisers and those seeking a cruise holiday with a dash of romance. The accommodation options are well-appointed, ranging from moderately-sized cabins with outside views to gloriously luxurious Prestige Suites. The facilities onboard are fitting for a vessel of such a size, with Le Boreal equipped with a fantastic spa treatment centre, 2 outside swimming pools and a library stacked with books and DVDs.
Le Boreal Accommodation
Le Boreal offers accommodation options for up to 264 guests, including 3 Prestige Suites and up to 132 cabins with an outside view. Accommodation across all grades includes:
Le Boreal Dining Options
The Gastronomic Restaurant – The ship’s main restaurant, this venue can accommodate all of Le Boreal’s guests in one sitting and serves wonderful French cuisine.
The Grill Restaurant – A more informal option, The Grill offers a buffet-style option at breakfast and lunch, whilst dinner comprises mainly of grilled dishes, breads, pasta and cold snacks.
Le Boreal Facilities
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