Luxury cruise

Starlight Cruise

Starlight Cruise

rate 5 star(s)

Cabins: Suite: 02| Executive: 18| Deluxe: 12
Cabin size: Suite: 50m2/206ft2| Executive cabin: 22m2/195ft2| Deluxe: 22m2/174ft2

Feature:

 Starlight Cruise is a truly remarkable ship as she offers the luxury of more spaces than any other cruise ship on Halong Bay as well as features elegantly decorated cabins and public areas. The ship's 32 spacious staterooms feature all the high-end amenities of a five-star hotel of international standard. Starlight's elegant-appointed public areas include a restaurant, two lounges, a library, a gift shop, a spa and a wine cellar. The ...

Paradise Elegance Cruise

Paradise Elegance Cruise

rate 5 star(s)

Cabins: Deluxe Cabins | Executive Balcony Cabins | Elegance Balcony Suite | Captain's View Terrace Suite
Cabin size: Elegance Balcony Suite & Captain View Terrace suite: 35m2| Deluxe Balcony & Executive Balcony: 25m2|

Feature:

 The Paradise Elegance cruise – a combination between luxury modern and Vietnamese traditional style which has made an incredible concept for anyone are looking for the glamour. This shining steel ship features a bar with piano for who love live music, a spa and gym center which is well equipped to give you relax hour after a long day. We also have butler service in order to bring you best experience during your trip and a lot of ...

Paradise Luxury Cruise

Paradise Luxury Cruise

rate 5 star(s)

Cabins: Suite & Terrace suite: 06| Deluxe balcony: 16| Deluxe: 12
Cabin size: Suite & Terrace suite: 23m2/206ft2| Deluxe balcony: 16m2/195ft2| Deluxe: 16m2/174ft2

Feature:

  • Perfect for whom seeking a luxury services in Halong bay
  • English/ French/ German/ Spainish/ Scandinavian Speaking Cruise Manager
  • 3 days trip is highly recommended to whom wish traveling in land and on sea (combination Halong bay and biking in Cat Ba Island)

Discover the splendors of Halong Bay aboard the Paradise Cruise, a wooden junk that combines classic beauty with modern comfort. Paradise Cruise is custom-designed yacht features three decks that house an elegant restaurant, bars, and a massage room plus seventeen luxurious sleeping cabins. With so much space, passengers can truly unwind and enjoy the bay’s magnificent scenery. While all those who visit Halong Bay are charmed by the ...

Bhaya Classic Cruise

Bhaya Classic Cruise

rate 5 star(s)

Cabins: 20 Cabins on Bhaya Classic | 7 Cabins on Bhaya Classic Premium
Cabin size: Deluxe cabin: 12.5m2/145ft2 on Bhaya Classic | Premium Balcony Cabin: 16m2/145ft2 on Bhaya Classic Premium| Terrace Suite Cabin: 16.5m2/177ft2 per ship

Feature:

  • Bhaya café on shore: place for relaxation after along trip and before boarding on boat.
  • New route to visit Halong Bay - Tien Ong Cave -Hang Trai Island - Coc Cheo islet - Pearl Farm - Cua Van Floating Village.
  • Cruise further in Halong Bay for 3 days trip, kayaking full day.

Halong Bay Cruise ship Bhaya was inspired by the majestic luxury of the ships used by Vietnam's Imperial Emporers. To ease themselves of the lofty worries of imperial reign and the constant plotting and counter-plotting of the imperial court, Vietnam's Emporers would seek the isolated safety and seclusion of their imperial vessels. Halong Bay has always been a favorite destination. Launched in July 2007, the first Bhaya cruise ship ...

Emeraude Cruise

Emeraude Cruise

rate 4 star(s)

Cabins: 37 cabins| Superior: 12 cabins| Deluxe: 22 cabins| The Captain's Suite: 01 cabin| The Emeraude Suite: 01 Cabin| The Paul Roque Suite: 01 cabin
Cabin size: Superior cabin: 12m2/129ft2| Deluxe cabin: 12m2/129ft2| The Captain's Suite: 19m2/204ft2| The Emeraude Suite: 22m2/236ft2| The Paul Roque Suite: 20m2/376ft2

Feature:

  • Designed in European style.
  • Original route: Halong - Sung Sot Cave - Halong.
  • Emeraude Café: an ideal jumping off point for your adventure on Halong Bay.

Emeraude offers daily overnight cruise service on board a luxurious replica steamer with 38 cabins meticulously designed to evoke the nostalgic charm of colonial Indochina.In 1910 a paddle steamer called the Emeraude was offering unforgettable cruises in Halong Bay for visitors to what was then French Indochina. The Emeraude was part of a flotilla owned by the Roque family who had left Bordeaux in 1858 in search of adventure and fortune. ...

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