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Top-end Overnight Cruises Planned for Halong Bay

November 10, 2010 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , , ,

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The Life Heritage Resort in Halong Bay, Vietnam, is to launch deluxe junk-yachts for overnight cruises around the spectacular karst scenery of Halong Bay, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage site.

Each yacht, very tastefully designed with plenty of hardwood surfaces, features a 32 sqm cabin, an upper deck, a 10 sqm covered dining terrace and an 18 sqm sun deck with sun loungers. Cabin facilities feature panoramic windows, en suite bathroom and shower, comfortable queen-sized beds, air conditioning, DVD player and LCD TV. Once you set sail, it is just you and your own crew of the duration of your itinerary.

All boats are built and operated to international certified marine standards. Each yacht comes fully equipped with modern maritime safety features and equipment.

Life Resort’s philosophy is to combine heritage and culture with international resort standards at sea. Eventually, Life Resorts plan to operate 22 such vessels.

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