Le Boréal was built in 2010, and is a sister vessel of L'Austral and Le Soléal. Like her sisterships, Le Boréal embodies the subtle alliance between luxury, intimacy and wellbeing. The elegance of her exterior and interior lines and her intimate size (only 132 staterooms and suites) make this a rare and innovative yacht on the cruise market.
Le Boréal offers magnificent views of the ocean. Crafted from superior materials, he discreet elegance and a tasteful décor reflect a nautical mood subtly revisited. Le Boreal features one main dining room and one grill restaurant. The vessel also has the Le Club lounge for entertainment, a theatre for lectures and film screenings, a casino, a library and an internet lounge. She also has a swimming pool, spa and fitness centre. The ship is also equipped with Zodiac craft for landing.
Your deluxe suite offers all the features of a standard balcony stateroom but with even more space to enjoy your luxurious surroundings in privacy including a daybed to relax on after a day on the ice. Allow your private butler to serve tea and coffee in your suite each morning and beverages from the comfort of your larger balcony.
The spacious two room prestige and privilege suites feature two bathrooms offering a shower and a bathtub to soak in after an extraordinary day of sightseeing, a separate lounge area with a sofa to relax in with a second TV and a private oversized balcony to enjoy the magnificent views.
The ultimate in luxury Antarctic cruising, the proportions of the grand deluxe and royal suites are impressive and the exceptional interiors have been decorated by French interior designers. The most luxurious suites deliver breathtaking panoramic views from the extensive private balcony, beautiful lounge areas for entertaining with a dining table and bar plus a second flat screen satellite TV and exquisite en suites which include an extra-large bathtub and two separate WC’s. The perfect place in which to wake up to the pristine Antarctic views each day.