Sail and dream? Isn’t that what we’re looking for after the winter months, even if they aren’t as cold and horrible as expected? But a little levitation won’t hurt, so let’s treat ourselves to a slow escape from life!
Evole Yacht with Relais & Châteaux
Relais & Châteaux filed a file The yacht evolvesA unique marine experience to discover the Galapagos Archipelago. After months of preparation and weeks of sea trials, the yacht was officially welcomed to the Royal Navy Ecoventura Fleetwhich already has two more yachts, on January 15, 2023.
The three ships of the Ecoventura fleet are the only ones authorized to sail in the Galapagos Islands, an archipelago listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.UNESCO, which makes the experience more exclusive and privileged. The ship is Rainforest Alliance Best Practices certified, and rewards the use of solar panels as well as participation in social work programs with local communities and the protection of Galapagos biodiversity.
As passengers on board the Evolve yacht, you will have the opportunity to explore the remote areas of this unique destination, while enjoying an unrivaled array of wildlife encounters and two-way excursions. Since the ship has premium suites with panoramic windows, there is no doubt that the breathtaking view of the majestic decor will leave more than one person speechless! It consists of two bedrooms with a bathroom each and a separate living room, ideal for families.
As for the gastronomy, the chef gives pride of place to ingredients from organic farming produced by the farmers of the archipelago, thus offering an exceptional culinary experience.
the The yacht evolves Offers an 8-day, 7-night cruise starting at $9,250 for a deluxe cabin, up to $18,900 for a two-bedroom premium suite. For the privatization of the boat it will be necessary to pay the amount of $ 189,000. Sail aboard the Evolve Yacht for an unforgettable adventure in one of the most untouched destinations on the planet.
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World Explorer from Rivages du Monde: Breton and Norman Flavors
Rivage du Monde, the agency specializing in exceptional travel, presents a unique themed cruise Breton and Norman flavours.. This 9 days 8 nights cruise along the French coast, from the Atlantic coast to the English Channel, allows you to discover the exceptional richness and diversity of the coast of Vendée, Breton and then Normandy.
On the program: Capes, islands, fishing ports, religious buildings, castles and ancient cities. After Bordeaux and its opulent architecture, the towers of the port of La Rochelle, the postcard settings of the Île de Ré, nature and the generous gastronomy of the Ile d’Oléron will tempt travelers in search of multi-sensory discoveries. You’ll then follow the jagged landscapes of the aptly named Belle-Île-en-Mer Bay of Morbihan.
A comfortable and eco-friendly expedition yacht, the boat will sail off Brittany to discover archipelagos and castles, a playground and training ground for the greatest navigators. Huge cliffs, coral reefs, sand dunes, and large coves, Finistère presents breathtaking landscapes. After this wild landscape, Mont Saint MichelThe black granite ramparts of Saint-Malo, the landing beaches and the charming port of Honfleur, which has inspired many artists, will all be stops rich in history and architecture.
The cruise, showcasing preserved nature and generous gastronomy, will immerse travelers in the heart of French nautical traditions. Stephanie Le Quillec, two Michelin star chef, you’ll take master classes on the plane and attend a gala dinner. “I imagined a festive menu that accurately, authentically, emotionally and accurately expresses a moment of sharing and discovery. As the culmination of an exceptional cruise experience” Stephanie Le Collick.
Departure date set May 16, 2023, from €3,220 per person. This cruise is a unique experience to discover the cultural and culinary riches of France and a gastronomic dinner prepared by the famous Chef Stephanie Le Coulec.
Loi Bella Cruises by Anantara in Bangkok
An elegant and historic boat, Loy River Song takes you on an unforgettable journey through the ages of the lost kingdom of Ayutthaya in Thailand. The Loy Pela Voyages program by Anantara offers a unique way to discover the ‘Land of Smiles’ along the majestic Chao Phraya River. You can discover historical sites, explore preserved natural areas, and live extraordinary experiences throughout their two- to four-day cruise.
The adventure begins in the new capital of Thailand, Bangkok, where you will meet the “green lung” of the city, Bang Krachau, as well as a tuk-tuk ride and a visit to Sunandha Palace. Next, you’ll sail down the Chao Phraya, one of the most important rivers in Southeast Asia, towards Ayutthaya. The historic city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers a plethora of temples, palaces, and ruins to explore. Finally, you can visit Wat Chaloem Phra Kiat Worawihan, an 800-year-old Buddhist temple, and enjoy a bike ride to explore the surrounding ruins.
the Lowe River SongIn the meantime, it has four air-conditioned cabins, each outfitted with precious antiques, rare Thai silks, and modern amenities. The bedrooms are spacious and elegant, with king-size beds and private bathrooms, ranging from 27 square meters to just over 36 square metres. Comfortable seating areas flooded with daylight make ideal reading spaces. Two of the Loy River Song cabins overlook the river, allowing guests to watch life unfold from the comfort of their beds.
This exclusive and unforgettable cruise that will offer travelers a chance to discover the history and culture of Thailand while exploring the country’s natural beauty aboard the Loy River Song, accessible from €5,875 per cabin on the 3 days 2 nights cruise.
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