Angkor Pandaw Cruise

Sister to the Katha and from the same yard delivered in 2013, the only difference with the Katha is an enclosed air conditioned dining room insisted on by an American charterer. Originally on the Mekong in 2015 Angkor Pandaw Cruise was transferred to the Red River in North Vietnam. In fact the enclosed dining room has proved useful as it can be cold up there in winter.


  • Build 2012 in Saigon
  • Length: 138.61ft / 42.25m
  • Beam: 28.50ft / 8.70m
  • Draught: 3ft / 90cm
  • Berths: 32 pax


  • 10 main deck and 6 upper deck staterooms
  • Air-conditioned panorama dining room
  • Spacious, open-air lounge
  • Observation deck
  • Lounge bar
  • 24hrs hospitality bar
  • Fair-trade Shop
  • Guest relation desk
  • Library with contemporary and classic literature


  • Local master chef heading an experienced international culinary team
  • Semi-buffet breakfast, Semi-buffet lunch, and seated theme dinners
  • Daily lean & light menu options
  • Complimentary coffee, water, tea, soft drinks, local beer, local spirits, juices
  • Extensive wine list with premium wines
  • Series of cultural performances, educational talks, cooking classes, and ship tour
  • Welcome drink on arrival
  • Welcome cocktail
  • Farewell Reception
  • Theme dinners
  • Lounge bar
  • 24hrs hospitality bar
  • Onboard bakery with daily freshly baked breads and rolls


  • Guest relation desk
  • Shop, supporting fair trade
  • Wireless internet in all public areas
  • Library with contemporary and classic literature

 Hanoi - Hoa Binh - Mai Chau - Ba Vi National Park - Duong Lam Village - Bat Trang Pottery Village - Hanoi - Ninh Giang, Hai Duong - Thanh Ha Village - Halong Bay

Duration:  11 days/ 10 nights
Group size:  32 pax
Trip types:  Luxury Cruises
$3,250.0 (per person)

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