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Heritage Lines unveils The Jayavarman 2009 Mekong Cruise Program

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With construction of its 58-metre luxury flagship The Jayavarman now well underway in the Ho Chi Minh City shipyards, Heritage Lines has released details and pricing for the Mekong Delta cruise itineraries the vessel will operate following its launch in September 2009.

The company has based its overall cruise program on a series of in-depth, hands-on experience-oriented Mekong River itineraries structured over three, four, five and eight days.

These include the eight-day ‘The Lost Civilisation’ itinerary cruising between Ho Chi Minh City to Siem Reap, a five day ‘Serenity Cruise’ linking Phnom Penh with Siem Reap and a four-day ‘Pearl of the Orient’ program offering passage between Ho Chi Minh City and Phnom Penh.

Prices start from US$743 per cabin in a superior stateroom for the three-day ‘Deep in the Delta’ program based on passage between Ho Chi Minh City and the bustling river township of Chau Doc - and vice versa.

At the top of the range, the eight-day ‘The Lost Civilisation’ itinerary is priced from US$2675 per cabin in a superior stateroom.

All prices include accommodation, full board and all cruise activities including excursions ashore. Pricing does not include international airfares or beverages.

On shore activities will include visits to floating markets, bicycle rides to remote villages and fishing communities and getting involved with local humanitarian projects. Passengers can even attend a cooking school run by a Vietnamese family.

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