This K Class ship is specifically built with a smaller draft so that it can navigate the most northern parts of the Irrawaddy River. This takes guests through Myanmar and as far north as Bhamo, which is located close to the north-east border with China.
All the cabins are identical and offer plenty of space to relax and store your belongings. As you would expect from a ship with a capacity of just 36 guests, there’s also an abundance of space on deck. The two wrap-around promenades give you a chance to admire the passing scenery, but you can also take a seat in the open-air lounge with a drink in hand. Four-course dinners can be enjoyed inside or in al fresco surroundings and buffet breakfasts are sure to fuel you for the adventures ahead.
When you return from exploring the shore, you will be welcomed back on board by cold drinks and towels and the option to have your shoes cleaned by the dedicated drew.