Zawgyi Pandaw takes her name from a river that flows through eastern Myanmar. She was built in 2014 to join many of Pandaw’s other K Class vessels in sailing along the Irrawaddy River. With a shallow draft, she can reach remote areas of the northern part of the river, going further than Bhamo, where most river ships have to stop.
The capacity of Zawgyi Pandaw has recently been increased from just 12 guests to 20. However, the amount of space afforded to each person is still high and beautiful vistas can be enjoyed from all parts of the wrap-around decks. As you discover untouched areas of Myanmar off the ship, you will be welcomed back with open arms, a refreshing drink and a cold towel.