Halong Junk Boat
 

Monkey Island Resort-Cat ba bungalow

Legend Junk Halong

Bai Tu Long Junk

Bai Tu Long Cruise Tours - Van Don Homestay

An Nam Junk Halong

Sunrise Junk Halong Bay

Halong Party Cruiser

Asia Boat Halong

Blue Paradise Boat

 

 

 

 

Hanoi Halong Bay Tours

 

Halong Bay Cruise
The Paloma is a brand new Chinese wooden junk crewed by a professional, loyal and dedicated team. Spread over 4 decks she has 16 en-suite fully equipped luxury cabins, a bar with soft seating and plasma TV, gourmet restaurant, outside dining area, sundeck and luxury spa.
 

Discover the splendors of Halong Bay aboard the Halong Ginger, a wooden junk that combines classic beauty with modern comfort. Measuring 38 meters (125 feet) in length, this newly built, custom-designed yacht features three decks that house an elegant restaurant, two bars, a small library, and a massage room—plus ten luxurious sleeping cabins. With so much space, passengers can truly unwind and enjoy the bay’s magnificent scenery.
 

New deluxe junk of the fleet - the Indochina Sails - in service since April 2007. After the success of Ginger Cruise and the high demand of the customers, we have launched this sister boat. With well-appointed design and decor, the junk will together with its twin sister bring guests excellent experience cruising the World Heritage site.
 

With more than 10 years participating in the tourism trade at Ha Long Bay with an experienced group of ships, Indochina is a reliable trademark. Within 2007, 3 more deluxe ships namely Indochina Sails 1, Indochina Sails 2 and Valentine come into use, increasing the number of customers served many times higher then before.
 

The Bhaya is a new boat with an ancient history. A true traveler of his time, the Vietnamese Emperor Khai Dinh (1885-1925) defied the custom of taking thousands of courtiers on a royal trip, and took just twelve of his most trusted followers on a very exceptional trip to Halong Bay.
 

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. Over a period of more than 50 years they found both.
 

 

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