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Jasmine Cruise

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The second of the “Three Sisters” operated by Heritage Line in Halong Bay is the gracious middle-child, Jasmine. With 23 cabins, the Jasmine is built in the style of a traditional Vietnamese junk, with three tawny sails and dark wood-cladding.


Rate from 195 per person
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Visitors looking for both comfort and adventure in Halong Bay will appreciate the Jasmine’s friendly crew and understated elegance. Jasmine’s interiors, like the exterior, are covered in polished wood, lending the Jasmine the stately air of an Indochina-era cruising boat. Guests can convene in the formal dining room, enjoy casual barbecues on the terrace and marvel at the bay’s moonlit beauty on the Jasmine’s wide Sundeck. After days spent learning Tai Chi, kayaking, and visiting local fishing villages, visitors can enjoy various traditional massage treatments. Heritage Line prides itself on exceptional service and the Jasmine is no exception. The Jasmine’s experienced crew does their utmost to showcase the bay’s indescribable wonders.

FACTSHEET
 
Built 2007
Length / Width / Height 55 m / 11 m / 10 m
Beam / Draft 11 m / 2,8 m
Gross tonnage 1800 tons
Cruising speed 4.6 nautical knots
Electricity 220 Volts
Capacity / Cabins 46 passengers / 23 cabins (two categories)
Safety Radio Comm., Radar, GPS, monitoring camera system, shipwreck alarm system, life jackets, life rafts, tender, first aid kits, fire hydrants, fire extinguishers, smoke detectors and shipwreck alarm system in each cabin.
Particulars:
French-Indochina design
23 cabins (3 categories)
Large Restaurant
Lounge with bar
Massage room
Cozy Terrace with wooden, pillow topped seating
and table set-up
Huge Sundeck
 
 

 

DAY 1: HANOI - HALONG BAY (L,D)

Morning bus pick up from hotel at round 7:30 - 8am. Around 12:15 Welcome aboard and sail through Halong Bay. Allow your eyes to swim across the azure waters of this magical place, where thousands of sculpted limestone islands rise from the water like gigantic teeth of dragons.
A delectable lunch is served shortly after boarding and you find yourself getting acquainted with the facilities of the boat. The boat starts to cruise into the Bay and within the first hour you can enjoy this World Heritage Site.
A first visit will take our guests by tender to the Tien Ong Cave. The Cave is very large - about 1000 sq and is peppered with beautiful stalactites and stalagmites, formed out of ancient limestone karsts about 700,000 years ago. The cave is five meters above sea level. This visit will last approximately 20 minutes (we strongly recommend that you do not wear high heel shoes for this excursion).
The voyage continues with the arrival at the Cua Van Fishing Village, the biggest and oldest floating fishing village in Halong Bay. The village is explored via a pleasant boat ride (a maximum of four persons per boat). You will pass through this ancient village which comprises fishing boats and floating houses - simply irresistible.
After returning to the boat in the late afternoon guests can sharpen their culinary skills at our cooking class performance conducted by our energetic chef. Surely you can give him a helping hand any time and try your skills in preparing special Vietnamese dishes. The boat cruises slowly with the evening sun to its mooring point. If not now, when then is it time to enjoy a massage or at least to quaff a drink - in the miraculous descending sun - on our sun deck.
At 07:30pm another delicious meal - dinner is served. After dinner the night is yours; kick back on a comfy pillowed chair or watch the stars from the sun deck and inhale the surreal beauty whilst sipping a glass of wine.
Not many places in the world offer those special feelings. The mooring place is a fantastic overnight spot with glittering lights from the other boats and a calm sea, perfect for your first dream in the middle of the Bay where once Dragons played amid sparkling jewels.
 
DAY 2: HALONG BAY - HANOI (B)
For early risers complimentary tea, coffee and pastries are served in the restaurant followed by-if you so desire – a Tai Chi Class on the sun deck (07:00am). A great morning activity is for every one with this natural wonder.
Then it is time for an early morning swim - in the Bay. By tender boat we bring the guests to a natural white sandy stretch of a beach. Sporty ones can also climb up to a hill top to have a last view from above over Halong Bay before we return to the boat and cruise slowly back to Halong City, passing picturesque areas like the Tam Cung Cave and Poem Mountain.
During our trundle breakfast is served before we arrive at the shore at around 11:00am. The crew will bid you
farewell and you disembark with our tender boat to Tuan Chau Marina.
Get on bus driving back Hanoi. Tour ends at around 15:00-16:00
 
 

DAY 1: HANOI - HALONG BAY (L,D)

Morning bus pick up from hotel at round 7:30 - 8am. Around 12:15 Welcome aboard and sail through Halong Bay. Allow your eyes to swim across the azure waters of this magical place, where thousands of sculpted limestone islands rise from the water like gigantic teeth of dragons.
A delectable lunch is served shortly after boarding and you find yourself getting acquainted with the facilities of the boat. The boat starts to cruise into the Bay and within the first hour you can enjoy this World Heritage Site.
A first visit will take our guests by tender to the Tien Ong Cave. The Cave is very large - about 1000 sq and is peppered with beautiful stalactites and stalagmites, formed out of ancient limestone karsts about 700,000 years ago. The cave is five meters above sea level. This visit will last approximately 20 minutes (we strongly recommend that you do not wear high heel shoes for this excursion).
The voyage continues with the arrival at the Cua Van Fishing Village, the biggest and oldest floating fishing village in Halong Bay. The village is explored via a pleasant boat ride (a maximum of four persons per boat). You will pass through this ancient village which comprises fishing boats and floating houses - simply irresistible.
After returning to the boat in the late afternoon guests can sharpen their culinary skills at our cooking class performance conducted by our energetic chef. Surely you can give him a helping hand any time and try your skills in preparing special Vietnamese dishes. The boat cruises slowly with the evening sun to its mooring point. If not now, when then is it time to enjoy a massage or at least to quaff a drink - in the miraculous descending sun - on our sun deck.
At 07:30pm another delicious meal - dinner is served. After dinner the night is yours; kick back on a comfy pillowed chair or watch the stars from the sun deck and inhale the surreal beauty whilst sipping a glass of wine.
Not many places in the world offer those special feelings. The mooring place is a fantastic overnight spot with glittering lights from the other boats and a calm sea, perfect for your first dream in the middle of the Bay where once Dragons played amid sparkling jewels.
 
DAY 2: HALONG BAY KAYAKING (B,L,D)
Today, all guests will embark on our day boat - the Sunset. You will cruise to the Bay’s more untouched areas, deep in Surprise Cave. Take a tour to the Pearl Farm Village and visit Pearl Factory. Join the kayaking excursion to the Bat Cave and surrounding waters-a fantastic way to get in touch with the nature in Halong Bay.
In the morning, the Sunset crew welcomes all guests from Ginger, Jasmine and Violet. Breakfast is served in the cozy restaurant while the Sunset moves deeper into Halong Bay straight to Surprise Cave. The nature is simply marvelous in this area of the Bay.
Arrive at the Surprise cave, the biggest cave in Ha Long Bay with 10,000 square meters, when you visit the cave like our Vietnamese house with three chambers as lobby, dining room and bedroom with most beautiful stalagmites and stalactites.
The cruise continues unhurried to the Pearl Village. During this slow trundle, lunch is served.
At the Pearl Village there are fish farms for viewing and an operating pearl farm and pearl processing factory. The guests will be guided through the process which results in the final product. There is also a pearl jewelry showroom.
After that, set sail for the Bat Cave. At the Bat Cave, guests can join in kayaking excursion through water tunnels and close to stunning rocks and islets. There will also be time for relaxing on board and swimming while here.
Depart form the Bat Cave area and sail to rejoin the main boat.
After the tour, our Chef will demonstrate the preparation of a particular Vietnamese cuisine in the dining room. Our guide will let you know what item will be prepared and will explain the process during the demonstration. Dinner and overnight in cosy cabin.
 
DAY 3: HALONG BAY - HANOI (B)
For early risers complimentary tea, coffee and pastries are served in the restaurant followed by-if you so desire – a Tai Chi Class on the sun deck (07:00am). A great morning activity is for every one with this natural wonder.
Then it is time for an early morning swim - in the Bay. By tender boat we bring the guests to a natural white sandy stretch of a beach. Sporty ones can also climb up to a hill top to have a last view from above over Halong Bay before we return to the boat and cruise slowly back to Halong City, passing picturesque areas like the Tam Cung Cave and Poem Mountain.
During our trundle breakfast is served before we arrive at the shore at around 11:00am. The crew will bid you
farewell and you disembark with our tender boat to Tuan Chau Marina.
Get on bus driving back Hanoi. Tour ends at around 15:00-16:00
 
 

Inclusions

  • Welcome drink, juice, tea and coffee in the morning.
  • Entrance and sightseeing fees
  • English/French speaking guide onboard
  • Luxury cabin with Air-conditioner, private bathroom, hot water, shower.
  • All meals mentioned above 
  • Insurance onboard.
  • Tax and service charges

Exclusions

  • Airport Transfers & hotels
  • Kayaking fee for 2D1N
  • Optional requested services: such as massages, beauty services, music performances, kayaking, diving..)
  • Drinks, tips and personal expenses.
  • Beverages
  • All service non-clearly mentioned in the inclusions list.
  • Shuttle bus round trip (Hanoi - Halong - Hanoi)

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WHAT TO BRING?

  • Sun Glasses
  • Sun Block
  • Wide Brim Hat
  • Insect Repellent
  • Swim Suits
  • Camera
  • Warm Clothes (in winter from November to April)
  • Original valid passport is required upon check-in on-board

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • This itinerary is subject to change without prior notice if adverse weather or tide conditions occur.
  • Day boat is a sharing boat, used for outdoor activities on the second day only.
  • Advanced reservationsare required with complete passenger details, including Full Name, Gender, Date of Birth, Nationality, Passport Number, Visa Expiry Date.
  • Please inform us of special requests on food (diet or vegetarian) before departure.
  • Cat Ba Island may not be accessible on some days and shall be replaced by another attraction.
  • At times, day boats might be used for transfer on the second day of the trip for operation matters. 

 


Single cabin (1 person), Double cabin (2 people), surcharges for Holidays are not included. For Family/Group booking request, please contact us for best arrangement sales.halongbaysails@gmail.com

Cabin Type 01st Oct 2017 to 30th Apr 2018 01st May to 30th Sep 2018
Single Cabin Double Cabin Single Cabin Double Cabin
Superior $ 359 $ 452 $ 294 $ 378 Book
Deluxe $ 410 $ 526 $ 340 $ 430 Book
Junior Suite $ 522 $ 650 $ 425 $ 536 Book
Cabin Type 01st Oct 2017 to 30th Apr 2018 01st May to 30th Sep 2018
Single Cabin Double Cabin Single Cabin Double Cabin
Superior $ 685 $ 800 $ 565 $ 668 Book
Deluxe $ 739 $ 860 $ 610 $ 714 Book
Junior Suite $ 880 $ 980 $ 719 $ 812 Book


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