Uniworld launches 2017 Asia programme with new ship

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Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection has released its 2017 Asia programme with the launch of a boutique cruise ship in Vietnam and Cambodia, the Mekong Navigator.

The new brochure features five itineraries in India, China, Cambodia and Vietnam.

The company‘s new 68-passenger, all-suite Mekong Navigator will take guests on the Timeless Wonders of Vietnam, Cambodia & the Mekong cruise itinerary in 2017.

Uniworld said guests can enjoy sunset views from the luxurious Observation Lounge, indulge in a colourful display of culinary delights each day in Le Marché Restaurant and embark on a journey of wellness and rejuvenation in La Vie Spa.

Kathryn Beadle, managing director of Uniworld UK, said: “With the launch of the new Mekong Navigator in Vietnam and Cambodia in 2017, Uniworld will now offer all-suite ships across the entire Asia collection.

“Guests will experience the highest standards of excellence in the regions with magnificent suite accommodation and exclusive VIP benefits available on all ships.

“Intimate cultural encounters combined with unsurpassed luxury makes Uniworld the ultimate way to experience Asia.”

Uniworld’s 13-day India’s Golden Triangle & the Sacred Ganges includes seven nights on board the newly launched 56-passenger all-suite ship Ganges Voyager II and five nights onshore at three award-winning Oberoi Hotels & Resorts in Agra, Jaipur and New Delhi.

Uniworld offers three separate itineraries along the Yangtze; the 11-day Highlights of China & the Yangtze; 14-day China, Tibet & the Yangtze; and 18-day Grand China & the Yangtze.

The lead-in price for Uniworld’s 2017 Asia brochure is £3,429 per person, twin share for the 11-day Highlights of China & the Yangtze river cruise itinerary.

Anthony Pearce

Anthony Pearce is the co-publisher of CRUISE ADVISER. He can be contacted on anthony@cruise-adviser.com 

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