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Le Ponant Review

-- / 5.0
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9 reviews

Beautiful Tyrhennian sea coast on the Ponanat

Review for Le Ponant to Italy
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Sep 2016

Ponant is a lovely yacht if the seas are kind. We were lucky and it only got rough the last night. Despite the excellent service onboard, there are a few things that, for the price, should be addressed.

1. Do not be fooled by the deck chart. Cabins 1 through 5 are very tiny and definitely should be your last choice. The beds are fixed queens and cannot be separated. These cabins themselves are very tiny.

2. On day two of sleeping onboard I awoke with the most horrible pain in my hip. This has never happened before. This pain stayed with me throughout the entire cruise. I could only get to a standing position very slowly with much pain and walking pain. Then I found out I was not alone. Two other people were having such issues, another one actually having to stay onboard like I did. There is something wrong with the mattresses. Even adding two duvets to the top and a pillow did not help.

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Cabin Marie-Galante

TERRIBLE TERRIBLE BEDS. Other than that it was fine.

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