Irrawaddy Princess II is a traditional Myanmar cruiser running along the mysterious Irrawaddy River. Built in 1998 and measure 134′ x 34′ x 6’6” molded depth with three decks, the ship is really a lavish Irawaddy Cruises‘ hotel floating on the Burma’s river. Board the Irrawaddy Princess on any of her weekly adventure in two famous attractions in Myanmar which are Mandalay and Bagan, and enjoy the most astonishing travel experiences on the legendary Irrawaddy River.
|Length||131 Feet 5 inches (40) Meter|
|Beam||34 Feet 10 inches (10.62) Meter|
|Design Draft||3 Feet 6 inches (1) Meter|
|Diesel Engine||2x 178 HP, Mitsubishi ? 8 DC 9|
|178 HP Mitsubishi ? 6 D 22|
|Design Speed||10 Knots|
|Max Upriver Speed||6 Nautical Miles Per Hour (Dry Season)|
|Max Downriver Speed||10 Nautical Miles Per Hour (Dry Season)|
|Navigation||Navigation Lights, Ship Horn|
|Communication||CDMA Phone, VHF Radio|
|Generators||2×45 Kva + 2×20 Kva for emergency|
|Fire Protections||Fire Extinguishers, Fire Hose Cabinets, Fire Hydrant, Fire Pump|
|Safety||Life Jackets, Life Raft, Life Boat|
|Cabins||20 With Private Bathroom and shower|
|– 2 Suite (Sun Deck): 30 SQ.MT / 320 SQ.FT|
|– Upper Deck : 10 Superior (Twins) * 19 SQ MT / 205 SQ FT & 18 SQ MT / 200 SQ FT|
|– Main Deck: 8 Standard (Twins) * 20 SQ MT / 215 SQ FT & 18 SQ MT / 200 SQ FT|
|Lounge & Bar on the Sundeck/ Solarium (Capacity: 16 Seats)|
Embarkation time is 10:00 at Shwe Kyat Yet Jetty (Mandalay), Welcome Drink and briefing. Sail upstream for two and half hour and we will arrive at the MINGUN Pagoda Complex. Short trip to see the unfinished pagoda, the Mingun Bell (weighting 90 tones), the biggest hanging undamaged bell in the world, and the "Home For The Aged". Back to the board and sail continues downstream to Sagaing. Visit to Sagaing (the most important Buddhist Religion site) for about two & half hours excursion. Enjoy the sunset over Sagaing Hill. Moor overnight at a sandbank mid-stream. After dinner guests can enjoy a Traditional Dance on the sundeck (if available). Lunch and Dinner on board.
In the morning, cruising downstream to Yandabo Village. Sightseeing Yandabo Village, dependant on the base economy is famous for the production of terracotta from the riverbank clay. Yandabo, historically recognized for the signing of the Yandabo Treaty which took place under a tree on the riverbank in 1826 between the British and Burma. Shore excursion time is 1 hour. Back to board and cast off. Continue sailing downstream and moor overnight at near Chindwin confluence.
Cast off early morning, continue sailing downstream and approximately arrive to Bagan about 09:00 am. Disembark from board.
Remarks: Sightseeing may be changed due to the water level and weather condition.
All reservation and confirmation of availability by Yangon office.
Infants below the age of 4 years may sleep in their parent’s cabin without extra but the company cannot guarantee the availability of a cot. Children up to 12 years must occupy a berth and pay 50% of the adult rate if sharing the same cabins. Full rate applied if staying in a different cabin.
For booking of 8 + cabins: FOC accommodation in the officer accommodation on certain ships and according to availability.
We provide English Speaking Guide on boat. Guide is subject to availability.
Local guide will be charged USD 70 per person for Booking up to 4 cabins.
For booking of 4 + cabins, FOC accommodation in Half twin shared room provided according to availability.
We can hold your request of cabins. To confirm the booking we require the payment of a deposit within the option expiration date.
Final balances must be paid 31 days before departure or the booking may be cancelled and the deposit forfeited.
For cancellations of bookings, the following charges will apply: