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Le Bellot

Small Ship Expedition | The Kimberley

Experience the ultra-luxe Le Bellot. Picture yourself on the sun deck, drink in hand, as your luxury vessel charts a course along the Kimberley Coast. With opulent staterooms and suites, first-class dining and a maximum of 180 guests, there’s no better way to travel.


Built in 2020, the luxurious Le Bellot offers a whole new perspective on luxury small ship cruising, ready to whisk you away in style along the unique coastlines of the Kimberley.

  • Le Bellot is the most luxurious way to cruise the Kimberley Coast
  • All 90 staterooms and suites feature private balconies so you can enjoy the scenery of the Kimberley Coast
  • Guests staying in Deck 6 suites will have the services of a butler
  • An adjustable hydraulic platform makes easy boarding for Zodiac excursions
  • Le Bellot also features a stunning underwater lounge for viewing the treasures of the deep in supreme comfort
  • Experience first-class dining in the elegant main restaurant or out on deck at the grill restaurant

Suite Categories

Cabin on board Le Bellot

Owner's Balcony Suite

Deck 5 - 45 m² with 40m² balcony (Jacuzzi on balcony)
View of back deck of a ship from above

Grand Deluxe Balcony Suite

Deck 6 - 27,5m² with 3m² balcony
Stateroom Water View, Le Laperouse

Prestige Balcony Stateroom

Deck 5 and 6 - 19 m² with 4m² balcony 

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