Ambassador Cruise II, which debuted in February this year and offers an eight-hour day cruise followed by a four-hour dinner cruise, will toast its first Christmas and New Year’s Eve with special dinner cruises.
Passengers will soak up a sunset show by the Ambassador live band on the vessel’s spacious sundecks across two floors affording 360-degree vistas from 5:45 – 6.30pm on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.
Instead of plying the usual cruise routes within the Halong Bay area, the Ambassador Dinner Cruises will sail along the bay adjacent to the mainland to witness the glittering lights of Halong City and Bai Chay Bridge by night from 6.30 – 10pm.
Lavish Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve feasts featuring Asian and European delicacies ranging from roast meat and fresh seafood to sashimi and sushi will be served at the ship’s two restaurants from 6.30-7.45pm.
Passengers check in at the port and transfer to Ambassador Cruise II from 5.30 – 6.30pm with a welcome drink in hand such as a sparkling wine.
The elegantly designed 45-cabin Ambassador Cruise II is also home to two bars, a large open-air jacuzzi and a five-metre glass bridge jutting from the vessel’s bow that inspires compelling photographs.
The 500-ton five-floor steel craft with a basement measures 90-meters long, 16-meters wide and 19-meters high, making it the largest and most luxurious ship to ever ply Halong Bay’s waters with a total of 10,000sqm of lettable space. Ambassador Cruise is the only Halong Bay cruise line to include an elevator system for the elderly and people with disabilities.
“What better way to mark Ambassador Cruise II’s first Christmas and New Year’s Eve than with great food, great entertainment and great onboard facilities with the city and bay in the backdrop?” said Nguyen Cao Son, chairman of Asia Premier Cruises (APC) Corporation, which owns Ambassador Cruise. “Ambassador Cruise II’s debut year has been spectacular, with the vessel welcoming up to almost 1000 guests per day during peak times on both its day cruise and dinner cruise. We look forward to ushering in an even better and brighter 2024.”
First published at TravelNewsHub.com – Global Travel News