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Le Bougainville

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Launching in 2019, Le Bougainville features innovative and environmentally-friendly equipment, elegantly designed staterooms, spacious suites with large windows and lounge areas that open onto the outside, this new limited-capacity yacht boasting just 92 staterooms and suites offers guests a truly unique cruising experience. The ship also includes superb dining including a relax grill restaurant and a fine dining restaurant, spacious sun deck with inviting swimming pool, onboard spa with a great range of relaxing spa treatments and theatre. The ship is also to be equipped with a multi-sensory underwater space, called Blue Eye. Non-intrusive underwater projectors will enable the observation of the seabed and photo-luminescent organisms from the Blue Eye lounge and all focus is drawn towards the two portholes, shaped like the eye of a cetacean and looking out upon the sub-aquatic world.

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Zanzibar and the treasures of the Indian Ocean

From $8091.97 Per person including taxes Available dates February 4th 2020

A brand-new 13-day expedition cruise in the Indian Ocean aboard Le Bourgainville. A chance to discover stunning natural environments, exceptional wildlife, and UNESCO World Heritage sites loaded with history. Sail to La Digue, where a veritable picture-postcard of the Seychelles awaits you: palm trees, granite rocks, white sand and crystal-clear waters. The ship will also call at the small islands of Poivre and Alphonse where you can enjoy snorkeling and diving among the brightly-coloured sea life, before reaching Aldabra Atoll, a largely untouched natural sanctuary listed as World Heritage by UNESCO. After calling at the Glorioso Islands in the Scattered Islands, your ship will set a course for Mayotte for a new stop. Continue to the coast of Tanzania and discover the ruins of the 13th-century Swahili trading post of Kilwa Kisiwani, Latham Island and Pemba Island and its clove plantations and fantastic scuba diving. Your exotic voyage ends in Zanzibar, a place which evokes the senses, with superb UNESCO-listed buildings, wonderfully blending African, Arab, Indian and European influences.

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