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Impressive 'Le Bellot' Cruise Ship Docks in Dublin Port as Part of Circumnavigation of Ireland and UK

27th May 2022
'Le Bellot' - the ship offer 92 staterooms, including four suites; all cabins include a plate glass window and a private balcony
'Le Bellot' - the ship offer 92 staterooms, including four suites; all cabins include a plate glass window and a private balcony

A new generation of a cruise ship docked in Dublin Port this week in the first port of call in a voyage around Ireland and the UK.

The 430-foot Le Bellot can welcome up to 184 guests and 118 crew members with limited capacity and is designed for landing in the most inaccessible locations, where other ships do not go.

The brand new ship is the fifth in the Ponant Explorer series and is currently on charter.

The ships offer 92 staterooms, including four suites; all cabins include a plate glass window and a private balcony.

She left from Honfleur, France, on May 21st, and her circumnavigation will end in Glasgow, Scotland, on May 29th.

Then, another charter will take the ship to Reykjavik, Iceland, until June 6th.

After leaving Irish waters, Le Bellot will sail around Iceland for a couple of months before heading to CanadaAfter leaving Ireland, Le Bellot will sail around Iceland for a couple of months before heading to Canada

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