Le Commandant Charcot on track
Ponant intends to allow passengers to engage with the scientists and participate in their research in Le Commandant Charcot's two shipboard laboratories.
Talking about the future of cruising, Hervé Bellaiche, chief sales and marketing officer, said smaller ships offering more intimate tours will be even more popular.
‘Customers of tomorrow will prioritise co-responsible travel, which is good for the cruise line and good for tourism,' Sawhney said.
Sarina Bratton's picks
Ponant's Sarina Bratton, Asia Pacific chairman, said sustainability is 'first and foremost our top priority and we want to take people to places they have only ever read about.' She picked Australia's Kimberley — which she has visited nine times — the Ross Sea and its amazing sea ice and Antarctica with its scenery and blanket of 400m stars as some of her favourite places.