Kindat Pandaw and her sister, Kalaw Pandaw, were both built in 2014 and are therefore two of the newest vessels sailing on the Irrawaddy. The ship is beautifully built in Colonial style and finished with teak and brass in the cabins and the public areas. She has 18 cabins, spread over two decks, and plenty of space for a capacity of just 36 guests.
Your time onboard can be spent relaxing in the open-air lounge or losing yourself in a book from the library. You will always be aware of the stunning scenery that you are sailing through, though, thanks to two wrap-around promenades that allow you to soak up the views wherever you are on the ship.
Exciting shore excursions will help you discover the hidden treasures of Myanmar and you will be thoroughly looked after when you return. Refreshing drinks and a cold towel are part of the standard service as you are welcomed back on board the ship, as is the shoe cleaning service that the crew also offer.