Have A Good Look At A Really Beautiful Ship:- Ponant’s New Le Lyrial

Le LyrialHave a look at a really beautifal ship, Ponant’s new Le Lyrial – click on the link below for more:

Le Lyrial, a new and exceptional yacht

The fourth ship of the recent quartet built for Ponant Yacht Cruises at Fincantieri’s Ancona shipyard, Le Lyrial differs slightly from her sisters in that she has only 122 suites and staterooms while the earlier ships have 132. Ten suites on the new ship have been doubled in size, bringing the total number of passengers down slightly.

Le Lyrial promenadeHave a good look at this quality product. There are lots of things to watch and lots of things to listen to, as well as 360° visits to different areas of the ship. Click through the link above, scroll down and enjoy yourself with this special website just for Le Lyrial.

Then, for further details on yacht and expedition cruising with Ponant, please call The Cruise People Ltd in London on +44 (0)20 7723 2450 or e-mail cruisepeopleltd@aol.com.

Three New Cruise Ships For 2015 – Other Cruise News: Dynamic Dining Not Yet A Complete Success

THE CRUISE EXAMINER at Cybercruises.com by Kevin Griffin

The Cruise Examiner for 20th April 2015

Viking StarToday sees the christening in Southampton of Royal Caribbean’s new 168,666-ton Anthem of the Seas, while Viking Ocean Cruises’ 47,842-ton Viking Star (above during trials) leaves Venice on her way to her own christening in Bergen next month. The 10,992-ton Le Lyrial will meanwhile make her own maiden voyage from Venice on May 9. This week we compare the three ships, each part of a quartet, while we also assay the implementation of Royal Caribbean’s new Dynamic Dining concept.

FOR THIS WEEK’S STORY                                                                                                         (See previous columns)