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Le Boreal is featured in this Photo Gallery with many pictures of the Compagnie du Ponant cruise ship. This French expedition cruise ship was custom-built for expeditions in the Arctic and Antarctic, sailing to Greenland, Spitzbergen, Iceland and Ushuaia. Our interior photos show images of Le Boreal's stylish and modern lounges, cabins, retaurants and decks. Le Boreal in dieser Foto-Galerie mit vielen Bilder von der Compagnie du Ponant Kreuzfahrtschiff vorgestellt. Diese Französisch Expeditionskreuzfahrtschiff wurde für Expeditionen in die Arktis und Antarktis, Segeln nach Grönland, Spitzbergen, Island und Ushuaia custom-built. Unsere Innen Fotos zeigen Bilder der stilvollen und modernen Lounges Le Boreal ist, Kabinen, retaurants und Decks. Le Boréal est aussi dans cette galerie d'images avec de nombreuses photos de bateau de croisière Compagnie du Ponant. Cette expédition bateau de croisière français a été construit sur mesure pour les expéditions dans l'Arctique et de l'Antarctique, de la voile au Groenland, le Spitzberg, l'Islande et Ushuaia. Nos photos vous donnent des images de modernes et élégants salons, cabines, restaurants et de terrasses de Le boréales. Le Boreal è anche in questa galleria fotografica con molte immagini della nave da crociera Compagnie du Ponant. Questa nave da crociera spedizione francese è stato costruito su misura per le spedizioni nell'Artico e in Antartide, la vela in Groenlandia, Spitzbergen, Islanda e Ushuaia. Le nostre foto degli interni mostrano immagini di saloni di Le Boreal eleganti e moderne, cabine, retaurants e ponti. Le Boreal se ofrece en esta galería de fotos con muchas fotos del crucero Compagnie du Ponant. Este crucero de expedición francesa fue construido por encargo para las expediciones en el Ártico y en la Antártida, navegando a Groenlandia, Spitzbergen, Islandia y Ushuaia. Nuestras fotos interiores muestran imágenes de los salones del Le Boreal elegantes y modernos, cabañas, retaurants y cubiertas.

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   Le Boreal at San Francisco, California, USA on September 28, 2015. Photo © Jake Tomlinson
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Le Boreal
Owner/Operator:Compagnie du Ponant
Year built:2010
Builder:Fincantieri, Ancona, Italy
Former names:-
Gross Tonnage:10,944
Length:142.0 m (466.0 ft)
Beam:18.0 m (59.0 ft)
Passengers (normal):224
Passengers (maximum):268
Crew:139
Service speed:16.0 kn
Sister Ships:L'Austral, Le Soleal, Le Lyrial
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Le Boreal Photo Gallery
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. Dutch Harbor, USA Bergen, Norway Ayr, UK
. © 2015 Peter Senft © 2015 Erik Johannessen © 2015 Thomas Duncan
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Gourock, UK Lisbon, Portugal Panama Canal, Panama Bergen, Norway
© 2015 Thomas Duncan © 2015 João Loureiro © 2015 Susan Webster © 2014 André Moura
Helsinki, Finland Lisbon, Portugal Ponta Delgada, Azores Valparaiso, Chile
© 2014 Paavo Kärkkäinen © 2014 João Loureiro © 2014 António Simas © 2013 Werner Verbrugge
Pedro Miguel locks, Panama Quebec City, Canada Lisbon, Portugal Ushuaia, Argentina
© 2013 Werner Verbrugge © 2013 Eric Coulombe © 2013 João Loureiro © 2013 Matko Lucic
Québec City, Canada Bergen, Norway IJmuiden, Netherlands Dublin, Ireland
© 2012 Eric Coulombe © 2012 Kjell Andersen © 2012 Simon Wolf © 2012 Jonathan McDonnell
Lisbon, Portugal Bar Harbor, USA Tobermory, UK Lisbon, Portugal
© 2012 João Loureiro © 2011 Bart de Boer © 2011 Thomas Duncan © 2011 João Loureiro
Lisbon, Portugal Santos, Brazil Kotor, Montenegro Kusadasi, Turkey
© 2011 João Loureiro © 2010 Daniel Capella © 2010 Danijela Paljusic © 2010 Peter Lowe
Hamburg, Germany Amsterdam, Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands Southampton, UK
© 2010 Andreas Raap © 2010 Henk van Geilswijk © 2010 Joop Sponselee © 2010 Gary Davies
Lisbon, Portugal Lisbon, Portugal Barcelona, Spain Naples, Italy
© 2010 Luís Miguel Correira © 2010 Ruí Pais © 2010 Rui Agostinho © 2010 Robert Wilson
Venice, Italy Kotor, Montenegro Kotor, Montenegro Ancona, Italy
© 2010 Bruno Sousa © 2010 Zoran Nikolic © 2010 Zoran Nikolic © 2009 Christophe D'haene
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Le Boreal Interior Photos
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© 2010 Bart de Boer © 2010 Bart de Boer © 2010 Bart de Boer © 2009 Bart de Boer
Owned by French Compagnie du Ponant, Le Boreal looks and feels like a yacht. Measuring only 142 m (466 ft) by 18 m (59 ft) and carrying a maximum of 264 passengers, she is small by today's standards. Because of her size, Le Boreal will sail to places where other cruise ships can't call and every winter she calls Antarctica home. She was built in Italy by Fincantieri and is the epitome of French chic on the high seas. Completely devoid of glitz, her interiors are as understated as her exterior with an intriguing color palette of taupe, grey, black, white and red.
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Main Lounge Main Lounge Main Lounge Main Lounge terrace
Main Lounge Main Lounge Main Lounge Main Lounge Terrace
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Marina Gastronomic Restaurant Gastronomic Restaurant Gastronomic Restaurant
Marina Gastronomic Restaurant Gastronomic Restaurant Gastronomic Restaurant
© 2010 Bart de Boer © 2010 Bart de Boer © 2010 Bart de Boer © 2009 Bart de Boer
We start our tour of Le Boreal in her superb Main Lounge. The low ceiling and white leather swivel chairs give it a living room feeling. Don't expect full-blown Broadway revues here, but discrete piano music and perhaps a presentation or two. An inviting bar is positioned at the entrance to the room, while the aft outdoor terrace with its overstuffed sofas and chairs will be hugely popular in warm weather. One deck lower is the so-called "Marina" or landing platform. This is used whenever the ship anchors offshore (like in Antarctica). Doors lead to the ship's main dining room. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in a single open sitting and you may come and go whenever you like. Please note there are no tables for two, but requests for an intimate dinner will most probably be honored. As befits a French ship, table wine (white or red), mineral water and all sorts of coffee are included during lunch and dinner.
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Reception Lobby Reception Lobby Stateroom corridor Superior Stateroom
Reception Lobby Reception Lobby Stateroom corridor Superior Stateroom
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Superior Stateroom Superior Stateroom Deluxe Stateroom balcony Sleep well
Superior Stateroom Superior Stateroom Deluxe Stateroom balcony Sleep well
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The attractive Reception Lobby is home to a small reception desk and an equally small tour desk. This is where most passengers will board the ship and where smartly uniformed staff will welcome you to Le Boreal. The front of the ship is given over to stateroom accommodation. There are only a few categories; from elegant outside staterooms to a lavish Owner's Suite. All sport the exact same look and are very, very elegant and comfortable. The balconies are of a very decent size and all sport fake teak flooring, two chairs and a table. The bathrooms feature large shower stalls and separate toilets. Storage space is good for a ship of this size.
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Photo Gallery Photo Gallery Theatre Carita Spa Terrace
Photo Gallery Photo Gallery Theatre Carita Spa terrace
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View from the bridge Panorama Lounge Library Panorama Lounge
View from the bridge Panorama Lounge Library Panorama Lounge
© 2010 Bart de Boer © 2010 Bart de Boer © 2010 Bart de Boer © 2009 Bart de Boer
On Le Lafayette Deck there's a somewhat obscure Photo Gallery that doubles as a bar, tour leader office and children's area (!). The bar here also serves the large Theatre which is located all the way aft on the same deck. Done in reds and greys, this room holds the whole passenger complement and is used on expedition cruises as a lecture room. One deck higher you will find the Carita Spa, run by the famous Parisian company of the same name. Despite the limited space, this spa has all the facilities you would expect on a larger ship. All the way forward is the bridge, usually open for passengers and providing a commanding view forward. More great views can be found upstairs in the stunning Panorama Lounge and library. Once again, this looks like a trendy living room and makes you want to curl up with a book and a glass of wine. Bravo!
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Grill Restaurant Grill Restaurant Terrace Pool Deck Pool Deck
Grill Restaurant Grill Restaurant Pool Deck Pool Deck
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Grill Restaurant Open Air Bar Open Air Bar Sun Deck
Grill Restaurant Open Air Bar Open Air Bar Sun Deck
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Aft on Le France Deck is the ship's Grill Restaurant. This is where you enjoy a leisurely buffet breakfast or lunch. In the evening, staff serves up a "healthy" dinner menu that features lighter fare than that of the main dining room. It's a very attractive space and again wine is included at lunch and dinner. There is a large alfresco area which overlooks the Pool Deck, perfect for balmy evenings. The ship's pool is of a decent size and surrounded by ultra-comfortable lounge chairs. One deck higher is probably the most popular area of Le Boreal. The Open Air Bar is like a trendy French sidewalk terrace, albeit at sea. Add to that the sun deck forward and you have the complete picture. This is what Le Boreal has to offer its 264 guests!
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The saying goes that "less is more" and on Le Boreal that saying is especially true. Forget all about casino's, Broadway revues, pool parties and water parks. This ship caters to a clientele that appreciate the French "Joie de Vivre". It might be simple to some, but it's really all about great food, good service and truly elegant surroundings where you will feel at home. And for once you don't need to worry if you don't speak French; this is a bilingual ship and all staff speak English. C'est magnifique!
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