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Kaladan Pandaw

As more and more river cruise ships are announced, mainly for the now congested Pagan to Mandalay sector, Pandaw are maintaining their edge going further and deeper into the real Burma. As other ships get bigger and bigger Pandaw ships get smaller and smaller! Pandaw is going back to how they started nearly twenty years, offering real river recces, utterly pioneering experiences into areas that have never seen tourists before. In order to keep weight down there are just two decks with only 10 staterooms, a choice of indoor or outdoor bistro-style dining and all the traditional touches that make the Pandaw experience special.

Kalaw Pandaw

Pandaw are delighted to announce the launch of one of their latest ships. As more and more river cruise ships are announced, mainly for the now congested Pagan to Mandalay sector, Pandaw are maintaining their edge going further and deeper into the real Burma. As other ships get bigger and bigger Pandaw ships get smaller and smaller! Pandaw is going back to how they started nearly twenty years, offering real river recces, utterly pioneering experiences into areas that have never seen tourists before. In order to keep weight down there are just two decks with only twenty deluxe staterooms, a choice of indoor or outdoor bistro-style dining and all the traditional touches that make the Pandaw experience special.

Kalaw Pandaw

Kalaw Pandaw: Amenities on board: outdoor and indoor restaurant, bar, laundry service, sun deck, fair trade shop, reading room and library. Activities on board: many guided visits, cultural shows, cookery lessons.

Kalay Pandaw

The RY Kalay Pandaw. Paul Strachan's colonial luxury yacht, based in Mandalay, Myanmar. The RY Kalay Pandaw with one Owner's Suite and four guest state rooms is available as a charter on a weekly basis out of Mandalay. Enjoy personalized service, adventure and cruise in style and reach areas no one else can go. Our ship was new and designed and finished as replicas of colonial river steamers. This "River Yacht" have the highest space to passenger ratio of any Yachts afloat – our much loved staterooms are 180 square feet and finished in teak and brass. Today, Pandaw operates a fleet of 13 beautifully designed ships, each with their own classic ambiance and colonial styling — but not lacking in modern amenities. Staterooms have beautiful accents, such as raised nautical-style beds and accent lighting, and rich wood panelling is found throughout.

Kapitan Khlebnikov

NOTE: Please note that while Kapitan Khlebnikov icebreaker expeditions are not offered for 2017, authentic icebreaker expeditions are currently available on the 50 Years of Victory icebreaker The Kapitan Khlebnikov is a polar-class icebreaker combing power and technology with comfort. No passenger ship has transited the Northwest Passage more often than the renowned Kapitan Khlebnikov. Originally designed to take on the rigors of northern Siberia, the 24,000 horsepower engine and advanced ice-breaking technology take you places no other ship can. The ship offers 51 outside cabins and suites, all featuring private facilities, large windows, desk, hair dryer, robes and large closets.

Kapuas Pandaw

Pandaw are delighted to announce the acquisition of a new ship to be deployed to West Kalimantan, Borneo. This charming ten cabin river ship, originally called the L'Amant, was built in Saigon in 2006 and since then has plied the Mekong Delta offering deluxe cruises. To be renamed the KAPUAS PANDAW the ship will be refitted in the Pandaw style and be delivered to Borneo in good time for the inaugural river expedition on the Kapuas starting in February 2017.

Katha Pandaw

Our beautifully crafted Pandaw ships were built locally in Saigon. Each ship, hand finished in brass and teak by traditional craftsmen are in themselves objects of great beauty. The secret of our success is that on our ships, whilst luxury and comfort are discreetly present, it is the colonial character and friendly atmosphere that predominate. All our Pandaws have ultra shallow drafts and can travel to remote areas, which would be unreachable by other vessels, let alone overland.

Kha Byoo Pandaw

As more and more river cruise ships are announced, mainly for the now congested Pagan to Mandalay sector, Pandaw are maintaining their edge going further and deeper into the real Burma. As other ships get bigger and bigger Pandaw ships get smaller and smaller! Pandaw is going back to how they started nearly twenty years, offering real river recces, utterly pioneering experiences into areas that have never seen tourists before. In order to keep weight down there are just two decks with only 10 staterooms, a choice of indoor or outdoor bistro-style dining and all the traditional touches that make the Pandaw experience special.

Kimberley Quest II

The Kimberley Quest II has been designed for relaxing and exploring the Kimberley coastline in complete comfort and style. Our custom-built vessel is fully air-conditioned, equipped with a helipad, spa, large en-suited cabins and offers indoor and outdoor alfresco areas so there will always be plenty of room to take in the panoramic scenery and breathtaking sunsets. Whilst on board take advantage of the extensive library, including a fantastic array of Kimberley reference books and general interest novels, otherwise sit with the Captain in the wheelhouse and learn more about the Kimberley outback. Accommodating just 18 passengers and 7 crew, your holiday of a lifetime can be enjoyed with fellow travellers in luxurious and intimate surrounds. You have the choice of 9 cabins from deluxe double, superior and the exclusive flybridge. All cabins feature private ensuites, individual air-conditioning, viewing windows, mini-refrigerators and are serviced daily by your hostess. Carrying three excursion tenders, days are filled with a myriad of activities both on and off land, exploring the spectacular region with your very own local guide who has extensive knowledge of the Kimberley coastline. During your cruise you are free to do as much or as little as you wish and can be sure that your Kimberley cruise with us will exceed your expectations!

Kindat Pandaw

Pandaw are delighted to announce the launch of one of their latest ships. As more and more river cruise ships are announced, mainly for the now congested Pagan to Mandalay sector, Pandaw are maintaining their edge going further and deeper into the real Burma. As other ships get bigger and bigger Pandaw ships get smaller and smaller! Pandaw is going back to how they started nearly twenty years, offering real river recces, utterly pioneering experiences into areas that have never seen tourists before. In order to keep weight down there are just two decks with only twenty deluxe staterooms, a choice of indoor or outdoor bistro-style dining and all the traditional touches that make the Pandaw experience special.

Kong Harald

Although this ship is formally named after the King of Norway, you’ll also find other famous Norwegians on board: The bar is named after Fridtjof Nansen; the café after Roald Amundsen. True to tradition, many well-known artists have put their own individual stamps on this exquisite ship. The Kong Harald is stabilized and has elevators and cabins that are wheelchair accessible. The spacious public areas are filled with works by Norwegian artists. She features a large, glass-enclosed panorama lounge that is perfect for viewing the passing scenery, as well as smoking and non-smoking lounges.

Koningsdam

When Holland America Line welcomes ms Koningsdam to the fleet in February 2016, the ship will debut a new era in design approach for the line. As the first ship in the Pinnacle class, the 2,650-guest ship will have an interior that blends a fresh, contemporary styling in perfect harmony with the line’s renowned classic elegance.