Le Champlain accidents and incidents
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|March 2021||Other Incidents|
In early-February 2021, Ponant Cruises announced a charter deal with Qatar Airways Holidays (via partnership with Discover Qatar) and the launch of "Luxury Coastal Cruise of Qatar" program custom-made for citizens and residents of the country.
The exclusive program was based on a 3-night Persian Gulf itinerary leaving roundtrip from Doha (on the chartered ship Le Champlain), coastal sightseeing and exploration activities (snorkelling at Al Ashat Island, gliding through Khor Al-Udaid channel, scenic cruising for marine and wildlife viewings/hammerhead sharks, whale sharks, dolphins, dugongs, flamingos). The shipboard and ashore enrichment programs were led by expert tour guides - marine biologists, naturalists, ornithologists.
Le Champlain ship's Qatar cruise season (late-March - April) included 6 consecutive departures out of Doha. Early bookings (made by February 28) received promo pricing from QR 4990 (USD 1370 / EUR 1140) per person with double occupancy, on an all-inclusive basis (including transfers, meals, Wi-Fi, activities).
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