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Amara

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The Amara is a traditional Myanmar riverboat that was completely refurbished by local craftsmen in 2003. Today this exquisite vessel accommodates a maximum of 14 guests in 7 well-appointed cabins that feature a combination of modern comforts with touches of traditional Asian décor. The Amara’s shallow draft allows her to reach the remote areas of the Ayarwady and Chindwin Rivers all year round.

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Austral

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**SPECIAL OFFER** Save up to 30% on full prices. The earlier you book the better the discount available. Please call for latest special offers. Pricing shown here reflects full brochure price only. The state-of-the-art mega-yacht, L’Austral launched in May 2011, bringing a unique blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being to small ship cruising. With just 132 cabins, L’Austral’s sleek design and small size means she can offer exclusive itineraries featuring ports of call that are inaccessible to larger ships. The yacht’s distinctive shape features smooth contours and large, arched windows, opening up to the sea and letting in the light. Precious materials in soothing neutral tones are brought to life with splashes of colour to create a discreet elegance reminiscent of a private yacht.

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SPECIAL OFFER - From Vietnam to Myanmar 13 Day Cruise

From £3365.22 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£521.74) Sailing dates October 28th 2017

**Special Offer****Special Offer**The supplement for single usage of a double cabin is waived, according to availability and staterooms categories. Explore Asia on this thirteen day cruise departing from the bustling city of Ho Chi Minh City. Continue to the Mekong, a mythical river on which small, colourful boats throng on market days. L'Austral will then continue onto Singapore. Be seduced by the unique multicultural atmosphere of this city-State on the edges of the Orient, once a British trading settlement. Sail onto Malyasia and Thailand and immerse yourself in fascinating cultures and learn about the history of the region. You can also relax on a number of beautiful beaches and explore local villages.

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Kathaw Pandaw

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The Kathaw Pandaw is a stylish river cruise ship full of character and comfort. The ship offers journeys on the Irrawaddy River between Bagan and Mandalay where life moves at a slower pace but is considered to be one of the most cultured places in the world. On board there are 16 spacious teak cabins with en suite private facilities located on the Main and Upper Decks boasting colonial style décor. The ship has an elegant yet informal dining room and outdoor lounge and bar on the Upper Deck.

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Kindat Pandaw

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The Kathaw Pandaw is a stylish river cruise ship full of character and comfort and named after a small Upper Chindwin town. The ship offers journeys on the Irrawaddy River between Bagan and Mandalay where life moves at a slower pace but is considered to be one of the most cultured places in the world. On board there are 18 spacious teak cabins with en suite private facilities located on the Main and Upper Decks boasting colonial style décor. The ship has an bistro style dining room and outdoor lounge and bar on the Upper Deck where you can relax and socialize with fellow guests.

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Bagan to Mandalay Short Upstream Cruise (3 Days)

From £574.42 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 26 Sep 2017 to 09 Mar 2018

Experience the best of the Ayeyarwady river on this wonderful short cruise between the two ancient capitals of Burma. Immerse yourself in colourful river life with stops in the monastery city of Pakokku and the delightful pottery village of Yandabo with its Pandaw school.

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Mandalay to Bagan Short Downstream Cruise (3 Days)

From £574.42 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 24 Sep 2017 to 04 Mar 2018

Discover the best of the Ayeyarwady river on this wonderful short cruise between the two ancient capitals of Burma. Immerse yourself in colourful river life with stops in the monastery city of Pakokku and the delightful pottery village of Yandabo with its Pandaw school.

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Meta IV

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Discover the quiet magical coastline of the Mergui Archipelago in the remote south of Myanmar on board the luxurious Meta IV designed by the naval architect Thomas E. Colvin, who gave the vessel her beautiful shape and robust hull. The yacht has a generous gallery and saloon dining area mid ship and guests can reside in very comfortable and fully air conditioned cabins with en-suite bathrooms and electric toilets. It's likely that you will be spending most of your time on the sun deck enjoying the glorious weather and spectacular views, here you will find multiple dining and sunbathing spaces fitted with shaded areas. The vessels sheer size and facilities on board will make for a wonderful relaxing holiday as she sails to remote beach destinations where there is little or no tourism. Charter rates are also available please call for more information.

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Orcaella (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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A journey on the newly launched Orcaella will open your eyes to a hidden world of adventure, mystery and delight. This intimate river cruiser offers exceptional journeys of discovery on the mighty Ayeyarwady and through the Chindwin jungle, where every twist and turn will reveal a hidden wonder. The Orcaella accommodates just 50 guests in 25 well-equipped and beautifully decorated suites and cabins, each fully air conditioned and featuring floor-to-ceiling windows. Attentive service from the professional crew and the expert guides will accompany you throughout your journey and the ship’s wealth of amenities, including a swimming pool, massage and onboard cultural activities are sure to keep you entertained between ports of call.

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Orient Pandaw

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The Orient Pandaw is a stylish river cruise ship full of character and comfort. The ship offers journeys on the mighty Irrawaddy River. The river begins at the confluence of two rivers in Kachin State, the N'mai and Mali Rivers, and discharges into the Andaman sea through a vast 10,000-square mile Delta. Cruise itineraries take you from Pagan to Mandalay. On board there are 18 spacious teak cabins with en suite private facilities and a promenade and observation deck boasting colonial style décor. Prices for cruises on this ship vary according to availability so please call to check for the latest prices and offers.

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SPECIAL OFFER - Mandalay Pagan Packet 8 Day Cruise (Upstream)

From £1321.71 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 07 Oct 2017 to 10 Mar 2018

**Special Offer**No Single Supplements added to selected departure dates from October 2017 to March 2018. Please call for more information. Board the Orient Pandaw and discover the mighty Irrawaddy River sailing between the historical capitals of Pagan and Mandalay on this eight day cruise. You will also have the opportunity to explore a number of small towns and villages and enjoy the striking river vistas.

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Pandaw II

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The Pandaw II was designed and built in 2001 to replicate a colonial river steamer. Since then she has delighted her guests with the dramatic riverscapes of Myanmar, in particular the rarely explored delta of the Irrawaddy River. The vessel’s spacious staterooms, finished in teak and brass, accommodate a total of 46 guests in absolute comfort, while modern amenities ensure that the on board experience is exceptional. Prices for cruises on this ship vary according to availability so please call to check for the latest prices and offers.

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Paukan

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Built in Myanmar in 2007, the Paukan is a floating boutique hotel, offering cruises on the fascinating Irrawaddy River between Bagan and Mandalay. With accommodation for just 55 passengers and with a crew of 22, the atmosphere is intimate and the service top class. The Paukan boasts a charming blend of contemporary design with traditional Myanmar touches such as teak fittings, local artwork and Amarapura fabrics. Her public areas include massage rooms, a lecture/movie room and an air-conditioned bar on the top deck. Outside you will find plenty of space to relax - from the outside bar and al fresco lounge to the spacious sun deck - all offering exceptional river views.

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Raja Laut

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Cruise in style and discover the quiet magical coastline of the Mergui Archipelago in the remote south of Myanmar on board the luxurious Raja Laut, a magnificent gaff-topsail schooner built in the tradition of the 19th century Baltic traders. The yacht has six fully air conditioned cabins with en-suite bathrooms and electric toilets and boasts a stylish salon and a very comfortable dining area accommodating up to 12 diners towards the rear of the boat. Out on deck guests can relax and admire the magnificent sea vistas and dine al-fresco with cuisine prepared by your dedicated onboard chef, with a canopy that can quickly be setup for shade. The vessels size and onboard facilities, has all your needs met for a wonderful holiday as she sails to remote beach destinations where there is little or no tourism. Charter rates are also available please call for more information.

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Road To Mandalay

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Following a major refurbishment, the majestic Road To Mandalay has now recommenced her luxury river cruises along the spectacular Irrawaddy River in Burma. On board the Road To Mandalay, guests can expect spacious and stylish accommodation, gourmet cuisine featuring both Eastern and Western delicacies served with Burmese courtesy and charm and beautifully presented public areas which include a piano bar, pool and Fitness and Beauty Area. The Road To Mandalay promises the voyage of a lifetime.

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Road To Mandalay (Cruise and Flight Package)

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Following a major refurbishment, the majestic Road To Mandalay has now recommenced her luxury river cruises along the spectacular Irrawaddy River in Burma. On board the Road To Mandalay, guests can expect spacious and stylish accommodation, gourmet cuisine featuring both Eastern and Western delicacies served with Burmese courtesy and charm and beautifully presented public areas which include a piano bar, pool and Fitness and Beauty Area. The Road To Mandalay promises the voyage of a lifetime.

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