Overview

The brand new RV Indochine sails between the bustling Vietnamese city of Saigon, to the gorgeous temples at Angkor. Enhanced with native teak wood throughout, the ship was built in the traditional colonial style ensuring both elegance and comfort.

Cruise features:
  • Year built: 2008
  • Length: 50m
  • Width: 10m
  • Draft: 1.7m
  • Cruising speed: 16 Knots
  • Power Engine: 2 x 600 hp
  • Decks: 3
  • Crew: 29
  • 1 panoramic restaurant of 90 m2
  • 1 main lounge
  • 1 bar
  • 24 windowed twin cabins
  • Large Sun Deck (250m2)
Crew & Staff
The majority of the 29 crew members are Cambodian, and are dedicated to the needs and comfort of the cruise guests. A European Cruise Director overseas the staff.

RV Indochine Cruise

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  • Testimonials

Vietnam Halong Bay Cruises: 越南下龍灣The Paradise Cruises

Accommodation:

With only 24 spacious cabins, all outside facing, a restaurant with panoramic views, a lovely lounge, and large sun deck, the ship has all of the amenities needed for an intimate cruise along this majestic river.
 
Cabins are comfortable and roomy (16m - 172 square feet) with two twin size beds that can be joined. Each cabin has two large windows, a full bathroom with separate shower stall, plenty of closet and drawer space, robes and slippers. Air conditioning is controlled by individual remote control.

Restaurant & Bar:

The dining room, with its large panoramic picture windows, is located on the Upper Deck. All meals are served in a single seating. While catering to the Western palate, meals are a combination of Asian and Western cuisine. Local produce and fish provide the freshest of ingredients, and all non-alcoholic beverages are free of charge.

The ninety square meter Lounge is on the Sundeck along with the ship’s Bar. These are the central points for socializing when not on shore excursions. The large Sundeck is fitted with deck chairs where you can relax and enjoy the surrounding landscapes and watch the day to day activities of life along the river unfold.

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