Heritage Cruises, the latest brand from Vietnam based Lux Group, and the sister concern of Luxury Travel Vietnam is getting decked up for its first expedition in the next month. The shipyard at Hai Phong near Halong Bay is adding the final touches to its iconic project, Dragon, the first vessel of Heritage Cruises. Vietnam will behold the first-ever heritage and boutique cruise on the Red River and Gulf of Tonkin as Heritage Cruises will set sail for its maiden voyage through Cat Ba Archipelago in May 2019.
Reinvigorating the lost heritage and culture of Vietnam’s maritime prosperity, almost after a century, Vietnam is to experience the first of its kind heritage boutique ship navigating through the Gulf of Tonkin and Red River. Giving shape to his childhood dream, the Founder CEO of Lux Group, Mr. Pham Ha has scheduled the launch of his new fleet brand, Heritage Cruises on May 19, 2019. The first vessel of Heritage Cruises is Dragon which has been designed following the style of inspirational patriotic entrepreneur Bach Thai Buoi, who added a new identity to the maritime transportation in Tonkin in North Vietnam in the early 20th century.
Heritage Cruises is completely focused on simplicity through elegance that redefines the taste of artful cruising experience. The ship accommodates 20 suites, designed and manifested in a vintage style with historic collections collected from every corner of Tonkin region. The ship also introduces sundeck swimming pool. This project is an effort to reconnect to the richness of heritage and culture of Vietnam. Every aspect of Heritage Cruises has a story from the past to narrate and hence the guests will be delighted and surprised to unveil many secrets of Vietnam as they cruise through one of the most appealing destinations in Gulf of Tonkin, Cat Ba Archipelago.
On the launch of Heritage Cruises, Luxury Travel Vietnam will be introducing some new short cruise tours along with long haul tour across the Gulf of Tonkin and Red River to allow the discerning guests to explore many unexplored destinations in North Vietnam that had contributed the most to develop today’s Vietnam.