Mandalay/Bagan, scheduled cruise
ShweKeinnery Vessel,the journey inthe Irrawaddy river will give you a memorable travel experiences. The journey provides opportunity to see one of the interesting areas in Myanmar onboard in a modern and comfortable style. ShweKeinneryvessel has a capacity of 130 passengers furnished reclining seat at main deck. Observation deck and dinning hall are at upper deck. Between two ancient capitals, it stops at Myinmu and Pakkoku respectively able to join passenger on en-route. The ShweKeinnery Cruise is operating along the Ayeyarwaddy River between Mandalay &Bagan. It will start operating in 16 November, 2012. ShweKeinnery Cruise is departure from Bagan at 06:00 am & arrives to Mandalay at 18:00 or 18:15. It is departure from Mandalay at 07:00 am & arrives to Bagan at 16:00.
Mandalay/Bagan, scheduled cruise
Malikha will provide a comfortable way to escape the stress of your daily life. The Malikha cruises are designed with a variety of features and intimate amenities to make you feel as convenient as home, while experiencing locals' routine and lives.Joining our Malikha”, set offfrom Mandalay, the famous historic city of Myanmar, and carried by Irrawaddy, the longest river in Myanmar. Take in the natural beauty of Irrawaddy, and explore the fascinating scene of Mt.Sagaing, Pakokku, Myaingyan, Bagan and other well-known cities. Travel from one exciting destination to the next in the comfort of exquisitely upholstered chairs and sofas, while you enjoy expansive views of the ever-changing scenery and while sipping your favorite beer or cold drinks. Malikha river cruises are departure from Mandalay at 07:00 am & arrives to Bagan at 15:30 and from Bagan at 06:00 am & arrives to Mandalay at 16:30. Malikha river cruise arrange chartered cruise upon request for Bhamo, Katha, Mingun and others.
Mandalay/Bagan, Mandalay/Bhamo, scheduled cruise
The Amara River Cruise is a traditional Myanmar riverboat travelling along the Ayeyarwaddyand Chindwin River. Amara Cruises operates two ships which are made of teak wood. Amara Cruise I was completely refurbished by local craftsmen in 2003. It is 30 meters / 100 feet long and with a shallow draft of 1 meter / 3 feet and two Japan made 180hp Hino engines it can go as far north as Bhamo. The Amara River Cruise has a total of seven cabins, each with their own bathroom with hot and cold shower. Communal areas, bar and canopied sun deck. Electricity is provided by a generator and battery 24 hours a day. Amara Cruise ll was built in 2009.It is 115 ft (35m) in length ,23ft (7 m) in width and has 2.5ft(0.85 m) draft. It has 2x220KW diesel Engine made from Japan, and 5 cabins for 10 passengers with own shower (hot/cold), WC, screened windows and mosquito nets. The boat amenities include on-board Laundry and massage, fully equipped kitchen and refrigerators. All bed linen and towels as well as dining service and bar are provided.
Mandalay/Bagan, Chindwin Cruise &Bhamo Cruise, scheduled cruise
RV Paukan comes after “Paukan Rarma”, the city founded in the 846 AD by KingPyinbyaat to replace the former capital called Thanpawaddy. Paukan Rarma then became Bagan, the capital of the First Burmese Empire founded by King Anawrahta in the 11th Century. Ayravata Cruises operates three ships. RV Paukan 2007 is a newly built Charming Cruising Boutique Hotel with the length 183ft (955.78m), 38ft (11.58m) beam and 3.09ft (1.14m) draft. She has 29 cabins with private bathroom and shower where 55 passengers can stay. RV Paukan1947 (an original Scottish made Colonial Steamer formerly known as RV Pandaw 1947), has 150ft (45.72 Mt) in length, 34ft (11.5 Mt) beam, 2.6ft (0.8 Mt) draft and 16 deluxe cabins with own shower/wc (Berths 32). The third ship RV Paukan 2012 is completed in the 2012 and is operating now. She has the length 138 ft (42 Mt), 32.8 ft (10 Mt) beam and 2.5 ft (0.76 Mt) Design Draft with 17 cabins with Private Bathrooms where 32 passengers can stay. Their boutique cruises on the Irrawaddy and Chindwin Rivers will unveil you the Myanmar cultural heritage, the ex Royal capitals, the lifestyle and traditions of the people living along their banks.
Yangon/Mandalay/Bagan, scheduled cruise
Cruising gently along the Ayeyarwady River, Road To Mandalay accesses the unique sights, scents and sounds of Myanmar in Orient-Express style and luxury. Since 1995 this totally refurbished ship sails a variety of exciting cruises, steering guests to all of the country's most amazing sights during the day, then providing a relaxing base for the evening a dip in the pool, an excellent meal and blissful slumber in a luxurious cabin with windows looking out over the river. The Road to Mandalay can accommodate a maximum of 110 passengers in 3 different cabin types. There is a boutique on board with a full range of gifts designed exclusively for the Road to Mandalay. The atmosphere everywhere on board is informal and friendly.
Yangon/Pathien & Yangon/Twante, chartered cruise
MAHAYTHI offering two cruises traveling into the network of Ayeyarwady Delta Region and both vessels are serving the day trips to Twante, sunset and dinner cruises along Yangon River, trip between Yangon and capital of Ayarwaddy Delta - Pathein (NgweSaung Beach) and MeinmahlaKyun(Island) wild life Sanctuary. RV Mahaythi I is almost totally constructed from Thingan wood and furbished with Golden Teaks. Upper deck includes an air-conditioned lounge and dining area that is inspired by turn of the century colonial architecture. It can accommodate up to 20 clients for dinning. Below deck could also accommodate 4 to 10 passengers in the relaxation style. RV Mahaythi II is almost totally constructed with Golden Teaks. Upper Deck includes dining lounge area for 70-90 passengers’day trips and dinner cruises that is inspired by turn of the century traditional architecture. Below deck will have 5 bed rooms to accommodate 10 passengers for overnight trips which consist of 1 Double bed room with air-con and bath room attached and 4 Twin bed rooms with air-con & bath room attached.