A truly graceful clipper ship, Star Clipper combines traditional sailing and modern comforts to provide a wonderfully authentic experience for those who relish the romance of sailing ships. Offering surprisingly spacious accommodation and an excellent standard of amenities, this is sailing at its very best.
The RV River Kwai, the first inland cruise ship in Thailand, is a newly built colonial style river cruiser based on designs used by the original Irrawaddy Flotilla which was founded in Burma in 1865 and by the 1920s was the largest privately owned fleet of ships in the world. See full stats/details on RV River Kwai below. During the journey, guest will explore the historic sites along the river, from Bangkok (Kanchanaburi) to Daowadung.
Offering a Chao Phraya river cruise between Bangkok and Ayutthaya, the Mekhala is a collection of three elegantly restored, beautifully crafted rice barges. The barges provide the setting for an overnight relaxing river cruise between Bangkok and the UNESCO world heritage city of Ayutthaya. The cruise gives you an opportunity to revisit the ‘old Siam’ and see a charming way of life of local people along the Chao Phraya River.
The Anantara Dream is a private 17-metre rice barge that has been lovingly restored, and lavishly converted into a deluxe river cruise. It is designed for up to four couples to explore Thailand's famous Mae Nam Chao Praya, 'The River of Kings', in unmatched luxury and comfort.
The Silolona is truly classic, luxury yacht where no expense has been spared to ensure that discerning travellers can discover and admire the stunning scenery and underwater wonders of South East Asia on a private cruise.
Enjoy a one in a lifetime journey across Indonesia on Lamima, the world's largest wooden sailing yacht. At 65m, this charming sailboat can take up to fourteen guests on an incredible private charter through Raja Ampat or the islands of Komodo and Flores.
Mekong Sun Cruise built in 2006 with 14 cabins will provide you a relatively exclusive experience when passing through World Heritage Sites - Luang Prabang and aboriginal villages. Beside that, there are many interesting offshore excursions making the Laos and <a href="https://asiasenses.com/destination/thailand/trip-ideas" target="_blank">Thailand trip</a> an fantastic holiday.
Laos Pandaw was launched in November 2015 and is currently the only ship sailing on the Upper Mekong River and visiting the three countries of the Golden Triangle (Laos, Thailand and Myanmar (Burma) and China. The 131-foot long ship can accommodate 20 passengers, provides an intimate experience with personalised service to match.