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Expedition to New Zealand’s Subantarctic Islands

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14 Nächte   Le Soleal  

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28.12.2022

Route Dunedin, New Zealand - Ulva Island - Dusky Sound (New Zealand) - Doubtful Sound (New Zealand) - Milford Sound, New Zealand - The Snares, New Zealand - Enderby Island (New-Zealand) - Musgrave Inlet (NZ) - Auf hoher See - Sandy Bay, Macquarie Island Mehr

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Ankunft
Abfahrt
28.12.22
Dunedin, New Zealand
18:00

Dunedin is New Zealand’s oldest city and is often referred to as the Edinburgh of New Zealand. This city of the south, wears its Scottish heritage with pride. The city contains some of the best preserved Victorian and Edwardian architecture in the Southern Hemisphere. The Silverpeaks hinterland to the North West provides a picturesque backdrop and The Otago Peninsula, which lies within the city boundaries, has internationally renowned wildlife reserves, including the only mainland breeding colony of Northern Royal Albatross.

29.12.22
Ulva Island

Ulva Island is a small island about 3.5 km long lying within Paterson Inlet, which is part of Stewart Island/Rakiura in New Zealand. It has an area of 267 hectares, of which almost all is part of Rakiura National Park.

30.12.22
Dusky Sound (New Zealand)

Dusky Sound is one of the most isolated fjords in Fiordland National Park. This huge, protected natural zone situated in the south-west quarter of New Zealand’s South Island is listed as UNESCO World Heritage. The sheer cliffs, waterfalls, shimmering lakes and primitive forests here are each more beautiful than the next. These spectacular landscapes sculpted by successive glaciations are a source of endless wonder. In 1773, the British navigator James Cook spent a few weeks at Dusky Sound, as demonstrated by a plaque that can be seen at Astronomer’s Point. During your sailing, observe the richness of the local wildlife: cormorants, seagulls, New Zealand fur seals, but also Fiordland crested penguins, a rare and endemic species.

30.12.22
Doubtful Sound (New Zealand)

Referred to as the Sound of Silence, there is a secluded serenity that surrounds Doubtful Sound in contrast with the better-known Milford Sound. Lieutenant James Cook named ‚Doubtful Harbour‘ in 1770 as he was uncertain if it was navigable under sail. Doubtful Sound is the deepest of the fiords with a maximum depth of 421 m. It contains three distinct ‚arms‘ and several outstanding waterfalls in the area from Deep Cove to the open ocean. Your ship will spend time navigating around Secretary Island through both Thompson and Doubtful Sounds. You will enjoy the spectacular scenery from the outer decks.

31.12.22
Milford Sound, New Zealand

Milford Sound is a fiord in the southwest of New Zealand’s South Island. It’s known for towering Mitre Peak, plus rainforests and waterfalls like Stirling and Bowen falls, which plummet down its sheer sides. The fiord is home to fur seal colonies, penguins and dolphins. Milford Discovery Centre and Underwater Observatory offers views of rare black coral and other marine life. Boat tours are a popular way to explore.

01.01.23
The Snares, New Zealand

The Snares Islands/Tini Heke, also known as The Snares, is a small group of uninhabited islands lying about 200 km south of New Zealand’s South Island and to the south-southwest of Stewart Island.

02.01.23
Enderby Island (New-Zealand)

Enderby Island is situated off the North Eastern tip of Auckland Island and is the second largest Island in the group. The eradication of introduced species in 1994 has seen a significant increase in the abundance of the native flora and fauna compared to the main Auckland Island. It has become a stronghold for the rare yellow-eyed penguin and the primary breeding location of the New Zealand Sea Lion. You will head ashore and have the opportunity to undertake a guided walk on the Northern Cliffs track as well as spend time viewing the New Zealand Sea Lion colony. There is also the opportunity to undertake a zodiac tour around the coastline of Enderby Island in search of the Auckland Island Teal and other endemic species.

02.01.23
Musgrave Inlet (NZ)
03.01.23
Auf hoher See
04.01.23
Sandy Bay, Macquarie Island
05.01.23
Anare Station
06.01.23
Auf hoher See
07.01.23
Campbell Island, New Zealand

Campbell Island is the most southerly of the five New Zealand subantarctic groups. Described by the English botanist Joseph Hooker as having a „flora display second to none outside the tropics.“ It is known for its megaherbs, herbaceous, perennial wildflowers characterised by their great size, with huge leaves and very colourful flowers, which have developed as an adaptation to the harsh weather conditions on the islands. Campbell Island is also home to six species of albatross, and several critically endangered endemic birds including the Campbell Island teal and snipe. You will have the opportunity to undertake a guided walk on the Col Lyell Saddle boardwalk as well as undertake a zodiac tour around the coastline of Perseverance Harbour.

08.01.23
Auf hoher See
09.01.23
Antipodes Island

The Antipodes Islands are inhospitable and uninhabited volcanic islands in subantarctic waters to the south of – and territorially part of – New Zealand. The 21 km² archipelago lies 860 kilometres to the southeast of Stewart Island/Rakiura, and 730 kilometres to the northeast of Campbell Island.

10.01.23
Auf hoher See
11.01.23
Dunedin, New Zealand
08:00

Dunedin is New Zealand’s oldest city and is often referred to as the Edinburgh of New Zealand. This city of the south, wears its Scottish heritage with pride. The city contains some of the best preserved Victorian and Edwardian architecture in the Southern Hemisphere. The Silverpeaks hinterland to the North West provides a picturesque backdrop and The Otago Peninsula, which lies within the city boundaries, has internationally renowned wildlife reserves, including the only mainland breeding colony of Northern Royal Albatross.

Nach dem Erfolg unserer Neubauten Le Boréal und L’Austral stößt im Sommer 2013 ein weiteres Schwesternschiff zur Flotte. Das Erfolgsrezept bleibt das gleiche: Wir tun alles dafür, damit Sie das einmalige Flair von Jacht-Kreuzfahrten erleben können.

An Bord der majestätischen, unter französischer Flagge segelnden Superjacht mit nur 132 gehobenen Standardkabinen und Suiten mit Balkonen finden Sie einen Mix aus Luxus, einer persönlichen Atmosphäre und Wohlbefinden vor. Die von den Luxusjachten dieser Welt inspirierte Gestaltung wird Sie mit Sicherheit begeistern. Bestimmend sind harmonische Linien und ein modernes Farbschema, welches natürliche Holzfarben mit verschiedenen Grautönen kombiniert.

Erstklassige Handwerkskunst und erlesene Materialien tragen des Weiteren zu einem sehr kultivierten Ambiente auf dem Schiff bei. Der nüchterne Corian-Tresen steht in der Lobby neben einer warmen, an eine Bootshülle gemahnenden Lederausstattung und einer vom Meer inspirierten Skulptur aus Email-Elementen. Der Teppich in der Lounge/Bar nimmt ein Motiv mit Tennisstreifen auf und nimmt dadurch Bezug auf einen Spirit von Kreuzfahrten, der sich durch französische Eleganz und den Schick eines mondänen Seebades auszeichnet.

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