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Le Laperouse

Small Ship Expedition | The Kimberley

Set sail with APT, cruising along the Kimberley’s stunning coastlines aboard the luxurious Le Laperouse small ship. Enjoy fine dining, opulent shared spaces including the world-first underwater lounge experience, and private balconies featured in all staterooms and suites.

Ship Overview

The ultra luxurious Le Laperouse is ready to whisk you away in style along the unique coastlines of the Kimberley.

  • All 92 staterooms and suites feature private balconies so you can enjoy the scenery of the Kimberley Coast.
  • Experience first-class dining in one of the two onboard restaurants.
  • An adjustable hydraulic platform makes easy boarding for Zodiac excursions.
  • Le Laperouse also features a stunning underwater lounge for viewing the treasures of the deep in supreme comfort.
  • Take a refreshing dip after a day of sightseeing in the on-ship pool.
  • A spa, hair salon, sauna and gym in the wellness area will have you feeling at your very best.

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