Diamant for Kids

Editor Rating:  3.0
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Why Choose Diamant?

  • A 12-passenger max allows for a social atmosphere
  • Dress code is super-casual -- almost nonexistent
  • The laid-back vibe allows for some real R&R
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Diamant for Families

Editor Rating
Families
1.0

With its steep staircases and lack of supervision, Diamant is probably not appropriate for children younger than 12. For a teenager interested in sailing, a Diamant cruise could be ideal, as you can get up-close and personal with the equipment. Because the ports are so small, there's not much on the agenda, other than swimming and snorkeling, which may be limiting for members of the young and wired generation.


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TESutko
Member Since 2017
2 reviews
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What a great time - one of the two best weeks of my life (the other was the preceding week on Island Windjammers Vela). Sailing Diamant was a last minute change as I had originally been scheduled to sail Vela on back-to-back 6-night ... Read more
s_l
Member Since 2017
1 review
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Sailed April 2017
We just came back from a 6 day cruise on Diamant. From the very first moment when Monja welcomed us in Port Louis till the last minute when we sadly had to leave Diamant it has been an incredible trip. Captain Phillip and the crew ... Read more
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Allan Levine
Member Since 2017
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Sailed February 2017
Great food and service, lovely crew. LOVED our stateroom. Diamant is a goldie-locks ship: not too big not too small. ten passengers only. Highlights were swimming with the sea turtles and waking up to dawn in the eastern Carribean! ... Read more
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