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Halong Bay Cruise Center
No. 08, 09, 10, Tuan Chau International Port, Halong, Quang Ninh, Vietnam
Launching its first cruise back in the summer of 2007, Bhaya Classic Cruises is a member of what is now Halong Bay’s largest fleet of cruise boats & ships. The 4 Bhaya Classic boats are constructed in a classic, oriental style, while incorporating modern facilities catering to every aspect of passenger comfort.
Each Bhaya Classic boat has between 15 and 20 cabins, the relatively small design creating informal, warm spaces promoting a convivial feel on board. A refurbishment programme carried out in August 2015 has given the boats a fresh new look.
The Bhaya Classic boats are wooden boats constructed in the traditional oriental style long favored by shipbuilders in this area. The construction material and style of the boats give them a classic feel which sets them apart from most cruise vessels around the world. On board, you will find atmospheric spaces which speak of the heritage design, and the small boat concept encourages a cozy feel which makes a Bhaya Classic cruise a pleasantly social affair. The color scheme on board is a fusion of the rich browns of hardwood, white, and turquoise blue trim with red highlights. The wooden furniture on board only heightens the sense of timeless elegance which seems a natural extension of Halong Bay itself.
All 20 cabins feature panoramic window, natural floor and handmade wooden furniture, mini bar, hot and cold water, shower cabin, individually controlled air-conditioning , smoke detector, sprinkler systems, fire extinguishers, life vests and bathroom amenities.
Other facilities include restaurant, bar, sundeck, safety box at reception, tender boat service and spa.
Activities include excursion to a cave and a floating fishing village for the 1 night cruise; excursions to a cave, a floating fishing village, a karst tunnel, a biking promenade through the rain forest of Cat Ba National Park for the 2 night cruise; Vietnamese cooking demonstration, spa & massage, swimming, kayaking, Tai Chi and wooden games.