Le Lyrial ship stats

  • Price:

    $$$$
  • Size:

    S
  • Total Passengers:

    264
  • Total Crew:

    139
  • Passenger to Crew Ratio:

    1.90
  • Built:

    Jan 2015
  • Number of Decks:

    6
  • Total Cabins:

    0
  • Cabin Categories:

    13
  • Length:

    466
  • Beam:

    59

Le Lyrial overview

Combining the perfect blend of luxury and well-being with voyages of discovery in a welcoming intimate atmosphere, Le Lyrial's sleek design allows access to smaller ports for exploration of hidden gems inaccessible to larger vessels. In addition to the 122 elegantly furnished oceanview suites and staterooms, most of which include balconies, Le Lyrial also features two restaurants, three lounges including an open-air poolside bar, a theater, fitness center with steam rooms and Turkish bath, Sothys spa, and plenty of private space for rest, reflection and relaxation.

Le Lyrial ratings:

  • Cabin / Stateroom 3.0
  • Entertainment 3.0
  • Food and Dining 3.0
  • Onboard Activities 3.0
  • Service and Staff 4.0
  • Ship Quality 5.0

Le Lyrial cabins

13 cabin categories.

Oceanview Cabin

Oceanview

Avg. Size: 226 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $669/night
Balcony Cabin

Balcony

(1 Review)
Avg. Size: 195 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $731/night
Suite Cabin

Suite

Avg. Size: 444 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $1308/night

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1 Le Lyrial Review

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Good but not Great by jssinc

Sail date: / Traveled as: Couple
Ship: Le Lyrial / Destination: South America

Highlight was the destination. Ship Stabilizers are great. Ship really cuts through a high waves/heavy seas and winds of the Drake Passage. We felt very safe. Safety first as very evident all the time on this trip. Wish the Naturalist Staff had been better. We had one British Lady that was outstanding. A Swedish Gentlemen that was great. They both spoke excellent English and were very knowledgeable. They clearly loved their job. Two more guides were pretty good with moderate English skills to a couple "English" speaking naturalist that were truly awful. Poor presentations. Very little interest in really telling you anything in the field and should find another career. I just learned to try and get on the Zodiac with the good naturalist if at all possible when Zodiac tours were the activity. Passing on presentations by the poor quality naturalists. Searching out the good naturalists if I had any questions when on shore. 1 The other half of the naturalist were not English speaking (when it came to activities with them) and we did not have much interaction with them. We watched a lot of Movies in the evenings and even during the long sea days when not much was going on of interest on the ship. There was a lot of free time. Bring some good reading for this cruise! I am so glad we did the trip that included Falklands and South Georgia! The animals were amazing there!

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jssinc

Mar 02, 2020

Very french. What I am trying to say is all announcements are in french and then english. The english speakers start noticing that announcements are twice as long in french and many times we just did not get the joke. We would laught about "lost in translation". Shows are "French" style. Many of the staff are not French and loved having English speakers on board.

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