Prêt a Manger's parent company has investments in many industries so the purchase of Compagnie du Ponant's three-ship cruise line isn't too far-fetched. No word on whether its all-inclusive price packages includes a sandwich-making station.
French ultra-stylish luxury line Compagnie du Ponant has simultaneously been bought by a sandwich chain and gone all-inclusive.
Private equity company Bridgepoint that owns Pret a Manger, the sandwich company, has bought the line, which operates just three ships.
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