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Le Laperouse Review

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The nearest I'll get to sailing on my own private yacht!

Review for Le Laperouse to the Middle East
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Elphinwhite
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Dec 2018
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We first saw Le Lapérouse from above, in port, next to a massive Costa ship - the contrast couldn't have been greater! If you like all the benefits of a small, well-run, brand new ship and enjoy French food and style, then this is definitely for you. Everything was impeccable - the warm welcome, the incredible ease of embarkation, the super-excellent service, the delicious and very imaginative French food, the pool area (with its glass wall - you can watch the horizon from the pool) the delightful public areas and a back deck that drops down to sea level for trips out on Zodiacs / RIBs - perfect for the kind of adventures you would never get on a bigger ship. We swam in the middle of the Indian Ocean, we snorkelled around an idyllic island in the Maldives that we had to ourselves - a truly unforgettable trip. Highly recommended, but not really suitable for children.

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Cabin Deluxe Stateroom

Brilliantly designed modern cabin. With various crucial things "right!" There's a separate loo, the shower room has a big shower, and a glass wall (that can be "closed" at night with a sliding door) as well as generous hanging space, drawers, cupboards and a very practical balcony.

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