Le Boat’s New 2017 Brochure Available for Order

Le Boat is now accepting orders for its new 2017 brochure, which will be available at the end of September. 

The brochure, 76 colorful pages long, provides detailed descriptions of the company’s 15 cruising areas in Europe, complete with maps, points of interest, and suggested routes. Also included are pictures, layouts and specs of the company’s 40 boats. 

A highlight of Le Boat’s 2017 season is the introduction of three larger Horizon model boats. Designed and built exclusively for Le Boat by Delphia Yachts, the new models are ideal for larger families and small groups and will be available in Ireland, Belgium, and Brittany and Charente in France. Offering the largest top-deck of any boats their size, Horizon models boast bright, spacious saloons with panoramic views.

Also covered is the opening of a new Le Boat base in Hindeloopen in the Netherlands, replacing the company’s former base in Woudsend. Hindeloopen is a former fishing village, known for its many small, wooden bridges and wide range of water activities.

In the brochure, agents can find new dates for its Flotilla vacation in Italy, which are the perfect combination of independent and group boating. Flotilla participants navigate the rivers, canals, lakes and lagoons of the Veneto region in their own boats, all while guided by an experienced skipper on the lead boat. Guests have the option to participate in group activities and tours, or go off on their own whenever the mood strikes them. 

Le Boat is also offering early booking discounts for 2017 when booked before November 30: Customers will receive 12 percent off regular booking prices on all 1-4 star boats and 5 percent off the Vision, Mystique, and Royal Mystique. Select dates are also available at 20 percent off. 

Visit www.leboat.com

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