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Manohra Song

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Manohra Song has been described as the most luxurious river cruiser on Thailand’s legendary Chao Phraya River connecting Bangkok with the ancient Siamese capital, Ayutthaya. The vessel has been transformed from a 100-year-old solid teak hull rice barge into an exclusive cruiser featuring all the modern comforts of a floating hotel. No more than eight guests are accommodated on board, where the sophisticated Thai decor combined with outstanding service guarantees an unforgettable journey.

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Mekhala

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  • River cruises

The Mekhala is a twenty metre long restored rice barge that has been converted into an elegant floating hotel gliding along the Chao Phraya River between Bangkok and the old Siamese capital, Ayutthaya. This hundred-year-old former work horse is constructed from huge teak planks and combines traditional Thai design with modern amenities, thereby allowing guests to enjoy the region’s ambiance without having to sacrifice Western comforts.

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Mekong Explorer

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Re-live the pioneering experience of the French Mekong-Expedition of 1866 during your cruise aboard the newly-built boutique cruise vessel, Mekong Explorer. Since December 2009, guests of this exclusive ship have enjoyed the unique experience of cruising through some of the lesser explored regions of Laos in comfort and style. In 2011, the Mekong Explorer also introduced a brand new pioneering route through Isaan Province in Northern Thailand. Carrying just 34 passengers in well-appointed air-conditioned cabins, the Mekong Explorer offers personal service in an atmosphere of relaxed elegance.

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Mekong Sun (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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We are pleased to be able to offer an exclusive flight, tour and cruise package on the boutique river cruiser, Mekong Sun. This ship was built in Laos in 2005, is German-Laotian owned and managed and offers cruises on the Upper Mekong through Northern Laos from Luang Prabang. There are no other overnight cruise ships operating on this part of the Mekong so the river will be yours to enjoy in total peace and tranquility. The Mekong Sun offers absolute comfort as accommodation and service are of the highest standards and with just 28 passengers on board, guests can enjoy an exclusive yet casual travelling experience.

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Meltemi

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  • Coastal cruises

The Meltemi is a luxury catamaran launched in 2011. The boat features four spacious cabins, three double cabins and an owners suite, each with kingsize bed, en-suite bathroom and air conditioning. Guests can relax in the well equipped central saloon with ample comfortable seating or out on deck where you will find a stylish dining and seating area. Enjoy alfresco dining and cocktails whilst soaking up the beautiful coastal scenery and stunning sunsets. The catamaran is also equipped with a deck shower, additional seating at rear of boat, kayak, fishing rods, snorkelling gear and a television, VCR, CD player, DVD player.

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River Kwai

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The River Kwai, the first inland cruise ship in Thailand, is a newly built colonial style river cruiser specifically commissioned for sailing on the narrow and curvy Kwai Noi River. Elongated and with a shallow draft, the ship carries a maximum of 20 passengers in 10 comfortable cabins located on the main deck of the ship. Original Burmese teakwood accents that run throughout the vessel’s interiors, including all cabins, lend the River Kwai a special warmth and luxurious air.

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River Kwai Cruise and Tour Packages

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Combine the best of Bankgok, Ayuthaya and Kanchanaburi with a fascinating River Kwai cruise to make a memorable journey to some of Thailand's prime cultural and historic sights. Your cruise will take place on the 'River Kwai', a newly built colonial style river cruiser specifically commissioned for sailing on the narrow Kwai Noi River. Elongated and with a shallow draft, the ship carries a maximum of 20 passengers in 10 comfortable cabins located on the main deck of the ship. Original Burmese teakwood accents that run throughout the vessel’s interiors, including all cabins, lend the River Kwai a special warmth and luxurious air.

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Suwan Macha

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  • Coastal cruises

The Suwan Macha is a junk-rigged luxury schooner sailing the emerald waters of the Andaman Sea around Phuket, Thailand. This elegant vessel is a treasure itself - an authentic junk combining Western comforts with Asian charm. Suwan Macha provides well-appointed accommodation for no more than ten guests on board, which means you will be treated to personalised service by the attentive crew throughout your cruise.

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Twin Palms I

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  • Coastal cruises

The Twinpalms One is a 23-metres fly-bridge yacht with sleek, modern lines and stylish interior. Its 4.2 metre tender, allows sailing into shallow waters and therefore access to more remote beaches and ports of call in full comfort and safety. The Twinpalms One can accommodate up to six guests, offering three en-suite guest staterooms, decorated with teak, stained walnut, light beige leather and exceptional attention to detail. Guests can also enjoy superb catering using the freshest ingredients from the Andaman Sea, accompanied by fine wines and champagnes.

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