RV The Jayavarman Boat – MK02

Inspired by the golden age cruise liner Normandie, “The Jayavarman” is a 20th century boutique style marvel marries avant-garde French colonial design with enchanting Indochine architecture to perfection.

“The Jayavarman” is Indochina’s first of its kind boutique style river cruise liner and offers uncompromising luxury on 800 m² public space including 4 decks.
The guest accommodation consists of 27 expansive and carefully designed staterooms and junior suites with floor to ceiling panoramic sliding glass doors onto a private French balcony offer privacy and matchless luxury.

As the sun slowly sets…Step out on to your private balcony…sip on your drink and become part of the river life unfolding around you.

Cruise Features:
Built: 2009
Vessels Registry:Vietnam
Type of Vessel:River and sea going vessel (20 nautical miles)
Length:58 m
Beam:11 m
Draft:1.6 m
Decks:4 – Main Deck, Upper Deck, Terrace Deck, Sun Deck
Gross tonnage:700 tons
Cruising speed:10 nautical knots
Electricity:220 volts
Engines:2 Mitsubishi 500 HP Marine Engines
Generator:2 x 180 KVA Cummins and 1 x 65 KVA Cummins (encapsulated for noise reduction)
Water:Reverse osmosis and UV water treatment plant
Safety:Radio Comm., Radar, GPS, PA system, satellite phone, life jackets, life rafts, fire hydrants, flares and signals; fire extinguishers, and smoke detectors in each cabin.
Crew:40 (Cambodian hotel staff, Vietnamese crew)
Hull design:Charming replica of the famous 1930s cruise liner “Normandie”
Exterior Design:French colonial / art nouveau
Interior Design:Indochine style / French colonial style with Khmer artifacts
Accommodation: Up to 65 guests
Cabins 2 Suites / 11 Deluxe Staterooms / 14 Superior Staterooms
Cabin Features See Deck Plan

Check in time: 12:00 PM
Check out time: 12:00 NOON
Credit cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express
Foreign languages spoken: English, French


Bassac Boat – MK07

The Bassac is entirely built of wood, from the hull of an 80-foot-long rice barge.

She can accommodate up to 12 passengers in six nicely decorated cabins, each with air-con and a private bathroom, and features a 100 sqft restaurant that opens all around, a large gallery, a small office room and 700 sqft of sundeck.

Main technical facts:
Flag: Vietnam
Class: VR-SI, river cruiser
Displacement: 107 metric tons
Length: 80′ / 24.40m
Beam: 18′ / 5.50m
Draft: 4’10” / 1.50m half-loaded
Propulsion: Caterpillar 14,6 liters, 400 BHP, built to run 5000 hours per year
Navigation: Can operate by night and in bad weather
Autonomy: 7 days cruise

Credit cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express
Foreign languages spoken: English, French


Mekong Eyes Boat – MK09

The Mekong Eyes combines regional boat-building traditions with modern comforts to become the perfect holiday vessel to cruise the Mekong in style.

At 39m long and 8.5m wide, the Mekong Eyes river cruiser was built out of an old, traditional rice barge with the finest quality wood, and artfully decorated by skilled craftsmen of the Mekong Delta.

Technical specifications
Class: River cruiser
Max length: 39m (125 ft.)
Max beam: 8.5m (27 ft.)
Draft: 1.8m
Load: 400 tons
Number of rooms: 15 (9 twins and 6 doubles). All are deluxe standard with hot shower bathrooms attached.
1 dining room, 1 lounge/bar, outside sitting area and 1 sun deck.
Engine: Cummins 450hp.
2 Electric generators: Yanmar 100kVA. 24 hour electricity supply.
Toshiba central-controlled air-conditioning and air ventilation.
Heat and smoke detectors, Fire fighting system, Fire alarm system (Networks Inc., USA)

Credit cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express
Foreign languages spoken: English, French
Cabin Decor
It contains 15 lavishly furnished twin and double rooms and can accommodate up to 30 passengers. Each room has a private bathroom with shower and hot water, wardrobe, air-conditioning and fan. The rooms are well insulated against climate and sound, and all offer a phantastic panoramic view of the river.

There is a large dining room in lower deck, and a stylish upper-deck inside sitting lounge, an open sitting area and sun deck on the top.

Short guide to Mekong river cruises

Mekong river cruisesIf you ever thought about visiting Asia, than here is the right idea for you. Escorts will tell you that cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Mumbai and similar ones are actually not worth the visit. They are nice and interesting, and you should go there, but not plan your whole trip around those few cities. You should more focus on the nature and the different possibilities that this continent offers. First of all, there are hundreds of thousands of attractions, natural wonders and resorts where you can go. But the Mekong river in Vietnam might be one of the most interesting ones.

Why go on a Mekong river cruise?

The Mekong river in Vietnam is the least developed river in whole Asia, it is almost fully in its natural form and there is basically none construction work happening around it. That is the main reason why people like to go on these river cruises, and explore the land, people and culture that way. Escorts from SexeModel are always happy to do something new, so this will surprise them more than anything, if you choose to take them with you. So here are a few things you should know about these cruises on Mekong river, that will make your trip even more amazing.

An escort Paris will always want to rather go during the summertime on a holiday, but for this occasion it should rather be somewhere from November through February. That is the time when it is least hot and the rains last the shortest, so every day will be at least partially a sunny one. You and your escort Paris should choose one of the following cruise lines: AmaWaterways, Aqua Expeditions, Avalon Waterways and Pandaw. To find out more details about cruises on Mekong river, you should visit the website Cruise Critic and read a more detailed review.