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Pandaw II

The Pandaw II was designed and built in 2001 to replicate a colonial river steamer. Since then she has delighted her guests with the dramatic riverscapes of Myanmar, in particular the rarely explored delta of the Irrawaddy River. The vessel’s spacious staterooms, finished in teak and brass, accommodate a total of 46 guests in absolute comfort, while modern amenities ensure that the on board experience is exceptional. Prices for cruises on this ship vary according to availability so please call to check for the latest prices and offers.



Sun Deck

Cruising on the Pandaw II is essentially an outdoor experience and the ship has a number of promenade decks as well as the extensive Observation Deck at the top of the ship. Here you will find a bar serving complimentary soft drinks, tea, coffee and local beer as well as other beverages that are available to purchase. Afternoon tea and sunset cocktails are served here on occasion, and after dinner there may also be music and dance performances. The Captain runs an 'open bridge' policy and is happy to chat to guests and to introduce them to the intricacies of river navigation.



The Pandaw II's restaurant is designed to open up all along the sides, so that even when you are dining inside, you can enjoy plenty of fresh air. At night, the sides are closed up and the air-conditioning is put on. Dining on the Pandaw II is an informal affair and there is no Captain's table or any of the other rituals associated with big ship cruising. Full board is included on all cruises and features a buffet breakfast, whilst lunch and dinner are served at the table. The Pandaw II's chefs try to source as many local ingredients as possible and will incporporate local flavours into a variety of regional specialities. For those who are not keen on the more spicey dishes, European alternatives are available. Vegtarian dishes can be provided and passengers with special dietary requirements can be catered for, as along as advance notice is given.

Spa Area

Pandaw II - Spa

The Pandaw II has its own spa area and offers a variety of tranquil treatments based on local theraputic traditions, as well as reflexology.

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