Indochine Junk’s new cruise ship ready in Sept
HCMC - Indochine Junk Services Company Limited will put into operation the Indochina Queen Cruise vessel in September at Nha Rong Wharf in HCMC.
The boat will be able to serve 600 guests at a time and host a meeting for up to 300 participants.
An Son Lam, director of Indochine Junk, said the three-storey Queen Indochina is 69 meters long and 13.8 meters wide and that besides restaurant and entertainment services, guests could organize a meeting on board the ship.
The cost of the vessel is more than US$1 million. Guests will board the boat at the Nha Rong Wharf and enjoy a cruise along the Saigon River, with stops in District 9 and Can Gio District.
The company now has three restaurant boats in service at the Nha Rong Wharf, with the largest able to accommodate around 200 passengers.