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Bremen, Cruise & Maritime Voyages’ Marco Polo, Voyages of Discovery’s Discovery and Companie du Ponant’s Le Diamant . Around 6,000 visitors are expected to arrive in Galway Bay via cruise ship between May and September. “This is
shipyard for its sixth vessel. The 132-stateroom yacht, not yet named, will join the fleet by June 2013, said the French-flagged line. The company currently operates Le Boreal, L'Austral, Le Diamant , Le Levant and Le Ponant.
in addition to the Silversea ship, Hapag Lloyd's 164-passenger Bremen, Companie du Ponant's 226-passenger Le Diamant and Cruise & Maritime Voyages' 850-passenger Marco Polo are among the ships scheduled to call. "We used to have
the 264-guest Le Boreal; the 90-guest Le Levant; the three-masted Le Ponant, accommodating 64 guests; and Le Diamant , a 226-guest expedition ship. In April, L'Austral, a sister ship to Le Boreal, will be christened. "This is
Senegal, before heading to its first season in Antarctica. Ponant will have five ships in its fleet: the Austral, the Boreal, 64-passenger yacht Le Ponant, 90-passenger yacht Le Levant and 226-passenger ship Le Diamant .
accommodates 64 guests in 32 outside staterooms; Le Levant carries 90 guests in 45 outside staterooms; and expedition ship Le Diamant accommodates 226 guests in 113 staterooms and suites, some with private verandas. The line's newest vessel, the
s fleet, joining the 64-passenger sailing yacht Le Ponant, the 90-passenger yacht Le Levant and 226-passenger Le Diamant . Ponant opened its first U.S. sales office this year as it tries to expand its presence in the North American market
for managing all incoming requests for reservations, groups and charters. The Marseille, France-based cruise line operates three ships: 64-passenger yacht Le Ponant, 90-passenger yacht Le Levant and 226-passenger Le Diamant .
currently operates three ships: 64-passenger sailing yacht Le Ponant, 90-passenger yacht Le Levant and 226-passenger Le Diamant . The company's sailings previously had been marketed to North American travelers only through tour operators like
Obamamania is alive and well on Martinique, where the city of Le Diamant renamed a street in honor of President Obama. Rue Obama extends from the heart of the coastal city to the sea and measures 144