Starting this fall, passengers will be able to get the AMAWATERWAYS river cruise experience on the Mekong.
On Sept. 1, the 92-passenger La Marguerite will launch, offering sailings along the Mekong River through Vietnam and Cambodia.
AMAWATERWAYS is offering a 15-day itinerary that includes land tours in Hanoi, Vietnam, and Siem Reap, Cambodia, as well as a seven-day cruise onboard La Marguerite, from Tonle Sap Lake and Phnom Penh in Cambodia, to Vietnam’s Sa Dec and Ho Chi Minh City.
There are five scheduled departures this year on La Marguerite, starting on Sept. 21, and seven scheduled 2010 departures between January and April.
The 92-passenger ship is 235 feet in length with four decks. It has two suite (443 square feet each), six junior suites (284 square feet each), and 38 staterooms (226 square feet each).
Each cabin will be equipped with air conditioning, a sofa, minibar, safe-deposit box, in-house telephone, television, bathroom with shower and hair dryer.
The ship will have one restaurant, two lounge areas, a business center, fitness center, beauty salon and spa, whirlpool and sun deck lounge.
AMAWATERWAYS’ 15-day Mekong River cruise starts at $3,999 per person, including the land portion and round-trip air from Los Angeles or San Francisco.