PONANT opens bookings for 50 new sailings

Reservations launched for Northern Hemisphere Summer 2024 voyages

L'Austral | Credit: StudioPONANT/Glenn Le Bras

Bookings have opened for PONANT‘s Northern Hemisphere Summer 2024 voyages bound for the Mediterranean, Atlantic and Northern Europe, with 50 new sailings.

The program includes discovering UNESCO World Heritage sites and visits to monuments at the heart of rich cultural heritages. From myriads of Greek islands to the cliffs of Ireland via unspoiled vistas in Algeria and turquoise waters in the Canaries, PONANT is offering 28 voyages to Mediterranean destinations and 22 to Northern Europe and the Atlantic.

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Among the collection are four new itineraries in 2024. They include:

 

NEW – Islands and cities of the Mediterranean

From Athens to Valletta | 8 days, departing 23 July 2024 | onboard Le Bougainville

Departing from Athens, Le Bougainville will sail from Greece to the Maltese coast. The route will take in Paros, tucked away in the Cyclades archipelago, then to car-free Hydra Island, before heading south to the preserved Venetian and Byzantine architectural gems on the Monemvasia peninsular. After calling into the port of Pylos, Le Bougainville will head back out to sea to discover Taormina at the foot of Etna’s eternal snow. The final destination will be Valletta, the stronghold of the Knights of the Order of Malta. Onboard this sailing the Young Ocean Explorers Club, animated with Maud Fontenoy Foundation, will entertain the youngest guests.

From AU$6,140 per person plus up to 30% Ponant Bonus on brochure fare when booking early.
Conditions apply

Santorini, Greece | Credit: StudioPonant/Nath Michel

NEW – Landscapes and cultures of the Adriatic

From Venice to Venice | 8 days, departing 9 July 2024 | onboard Le Bougainville

Dotted with hundreds of captivating islands running along the coastlines and boasting an exceptional heritage, the Adriatic surprises, dazzles and enchants. Setting sail from the sublime city of the Doges, Le Bougainville will head to the Rovinj, the jewel of the Istrian coast. It will then reach the charming fishing village of Primosten, located in the north of Dalmatia, the city of Spilt and its historic centre listed as a UNESCO World heritage site, Hvar, Brac Island, Brijuni archipelago and Pula. The ship will also call into the Slovenian city of Piran, girdled by ramparts, before returning to Venice the Serenissima and its lagoon.

From AU$6,140 per person plus up to 30% Ponant Bonus on brochure fare when booking early.
Conditions apply

 

NEW – The Mediterranean: in the footsteps of the Great Civilisations

From Valletta to Antalya | 11 days, departing 9 and 19 May 2024 | onboard L’Austral

An exquisite interlude awaits on this voyage from Valletta to Antalya discovering the wealth of culture and history of the Mediterranean Sea, a link between peoples and crossroads of civilisations. In the quieter month of May, departing from the Maltese capital, L’Austral will sail towards Sicily and the Puglia region in southern Italy where a stunning coastline combines with historic remains for moments when time seems to stand still. Then it’s on to Greece to the islands of Corfu and Ita to discover the mythical Delphi site and Hosios Loukas Monastery, both UNESCO World Heritage sites. Next comes Athens and Volos in Thessaly before Turkey opens the door to its treasures at Ephesus, and then the majestic city of Antalya welcomes guests at the end of a voyage rich in history and culture.

From AU$7,770 per person plus up to 30% Ponant Bonus on brochure fare when booking early.
Conditions apply

Le Lyrial | ©PONANT/François Lefebvre

NEW – British archipelagos and Celtic shores

From Saint-Malo to Dublin | 11 days, departing on 27 April and 2 May 2024 | onboard Le Lyrial and Le Boréal, respectively

From the coast of Brittany to the shores of Ireland, this voyage on the Atlantic Ocean at the crossroads of the English Channel and Celtic Sea will lead to the heart of landscapes of enigmatic beauty, between lush meadows, craggy cliffs and small colourful villages. Departing from the Corsaire city of Saint-Malo, the ship will head north-west to the Channel Islands where nature reigns supreme and the escape is total. It will then head to the charming little town of Dartmouth at the mouth of the River Dart, before sailing along Cornwall’s legendary cliffs to the Scilly Isles, a strange little group of islands where the scenery seems straight out of a famous Enid Blyton book. After two ports of call at Bantry and Cobh, the cruise draws to a close in Dublin, Ireland’s lively and charmingly authentic capital.

From AU$4,740 per person plus up to 30% Ponant Bonus on brochure fare when booking early.
Conditions apply

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