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Named in honor of one to the original vessels navigating the winding aquatic highways between the limestone islets between 1906 and 1937, the Emeraude aspires to uphold the traditions of the junk boats of old, to imitate the feeling of wonder and amazement experienced by the first explorers of the bay.
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12:00 - 12:15 Register/Check-in at Emeraude Café
12:15 - 12:20 Embarkation
12:20 - 12:25 Captain Raises Anchor
12:25 - 14:30 Cruising Halong Bay
12:45 - 14:00 Vietnamese & International Buffet Lunch
14:00 - 15:00 Free & Easy
15:00 - 16:30 Guided Shore Excursion to Sung Sot Grotto and Floating Village
16:30 - 17:00 Crepe Station on Sundeck
17:00 - 18:00 Kayaks* or Swims
18:00 - 18:30 Vietnamese Fresh Spring Roll Cooking Class (Sundeck)
18:30 - 19:30 Complimentary Canapes on Sundeck
19:30 - 21:00 Vietnamese & European dinner buffet served (Dress Code: Smart)
21:00 - 22:00 Bills Settlement (Optional)
20:00 - 22:00 Squid Fishing (Seasonal)
20:30 - 23:00 Silver Screen "Indochine"
06:00 - 07:00 Complimentary cafe gourmand served on the Sundeck
06:30 - 07:00 Learn ancient art of Tai Chi on Sundeck
07:00 - 08:00 Leave Luggage/Bags Outside Cabins
07:30 - 09:30 Cruising Halong Bay
07:00 - 08:30 Energizing breakfast served
08:30 - 09:00 Check-Out
09:30 - 10:00 Disembarkation
10:00 - 10:15 Drop Off Point: Emeraude Café
- Times of activities may vary slightly. Itinerary and Program subject to change when necessary.
- Advanced reservation is required with full passenger details, including Full Name, Date of Birth, Nationality, Passport Number, Visa Expiry Date etc.
- A valid passport is required upon check-in onboard.
- 25% surcharges applies for cruises on Christmas, New Year and Tet Holidays
- Free of Charge for children < 5 years old, sharing fully-paid cabin, limited to one child per cabin
- Major credit cards are accepted onboard
The following policies are by Eumeraude Cruise
Unique to the Emeraude is an attention to detail, using colonial style décor and polished hardwood floors to evoke an era long past. Subtly entwined with this design are concessions to modern luxury, with air conditioning and all expected amenities meeting the standards of a high class hotel suite.
The Captain's Suite
Those inhabiting the Captain’s suite will enjoy the unrivalled perspective of the bay afforded by its position on the sundeck. Spacious and comfortable, and like all cabins onboard, equipped with the softest beds in Halong bay. Décor includes colonial-era bamboo matting and antique maps so you can follow the cruise’s trajectory through the bay at will
The Suite Emeraude
A favorite with families due to its spacious interior, including queen-sized bed, generous sofa and entertainment space. A cream and avocado color scheme compliments the dark wooden paneling, the suite enjoying an overall atmosphere of warmth and sophistication. The best of views is gifted by the amply fitted windows and an adjacent sitting area enables occupants to immerse themselves in the stunning scenery in serene seclusion.
The Paul Roque Suite
Named in honor of the first owner of the Emeraude cruise, this suite enjoys an unrivalled popularity due its long held possession of a private deck, featuring sun loungers and chairs to fully maximize the outdoor space. With relaxed and tranquil ambience, panoramic windows offering all-encompassing views of the bay, and the unique décor, guests of the Paul Roque suite are sure to enjoy their own personal ‘golden age’ experience
The Deluxe and Superior cabins are fitted with panoramic windows to provide guests with the best of Halong bay’s incredible views from their location on the upper and lower decks. Accentuated with fine design décor reminiscent of the early 20th century, the cabins share a sense of nostalgic elegance in common with all of Au Co’s compartments. Each room is fully equipped with the newest of modern facilities to ensure your utmost comfort and ease throughout your journey through the World Heritage listed Ha Long bay.
While enjoying the classic aesthetics of the wood-panelled dining area, guests will be served a selection of delectable dishes, all meticulously prepared and decorated by the cruise chef. Reflecting the ambitions and aspirations at the heart of the cruise, the cuisine on board reflects the delicate flavours of traditional Vietnamese food, creating a culinary experience unmatched in all of Halong bay. At the boat’s bar can be found a selection of local and international beverages, both alcholic and otherwise. Quaint and full of character, the bar will present you with your favourite drink and a view of the beautiful scenery.
Designed with outdoor terraces, the Emeraude Café on the mainland can provide for up to 70 diners, and with cozy interior, two internet terminals, a boutique sporting a range of souvenirs of your stay, a visit to the café is the perfect way to launch your discoveries of Halong bay. With free wireless internet, you can check in at home or just relax and browse while waiting to embark upon your cruise. The café offers a variety of Western foods, including pizza, Panini breads and made to order sandwiches. In terms of refreshments there is a wide variety of teas, coffees and fresh juices available, as well as an internationally sourced wine list.
- Theme party on request
- Excursion to caves, grottoes, beaches & fishing village
- Spa & Massage
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