Traveling Alone? No Problem

written by | Posted on June 5th, 2014

Solo sailers on Compagnie du Ponant's cruises, gain comfort and privacy in their own stateroom without added single supplement.

Solo sailers on Compagnie du Ponant’s cruises, gain comfort and privacy in their own stateroom without added single supplement.

If your clients are traveling alone, no problem because the French cruise line, Compagnie du Ponant, is offering them their own stateroom without the added single supplement.

The luxury line, known for its destination-focused itineraries to remote locations, offers 30 cruises on the line’s three 132-stateroom sister ships Le Soleal, Le Boreal, and L’Austral, with free single supplement. All staterooms on the three ships are double occupancy or larger, have ocean views, and most also have a private balcony. Compagnie du Ponant is all-inclusive pricing includes meals, open bar, gratuities, and port charges; select itineraries also include roundtrip air. The fleet’s single supplement cruises are available for booking throughout the season, where singles can sail away to Asia visiting China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam; Venice, taking in the Adriatic and the Mediterranean; Athens and Istanbul, visiting the Greek Islands and Turkey; or Northern Europe with stops in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark. Latin American options include Peru, Chile, Argentina, and the Panama Canal.

Some itineraries offering the free single supplements include the 14-night Japan to China cruise exploring Maizaru, Mojiko, Hiroshima, Uwajima, Kagoshima, Nagasaki, Shanghai, Xiamen, and Hong Kong traveling Oct. 16-30, 2014. A 16-night Indonesian Archipelago cruise sailing from Darwin to Hong Kong via the Maluki Islands and the Philippines sails March 4-20, 2015. For more information and additional sailings, visit en.ponant.com/Cruises/Special-Offers/Free-single-supplement.