Bassac Mekong cruise

Bassac Mekong cruise

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 Built in: 2007
No.Cabins: 12

Bassac Cruises Cabins:

 

The cabins feature soundproofed partitions and double glazing to protect the passengers' sleep from the noises of the river. These partitions are also heat insulated and meant to slow fire in case of an emergency. It’s easy to access with outside. We have air-conditioner in all the cabins, with split systems for a quiet night - indeed the boat's equipment themselves are quiet even though some of them must run all night long.

 

 

Bassac Cruises Layout principles:

 

The tourists can enjoy privacy on board, as the layout allows the crew to be discreet and offers several living areas so that different groups may make the journey their own. Wide access to outside while still retaining the capability to serve even in bad weather guarantee a good experience of the Mekong delta. Their layout and structure make the Bassac Cruises quiet enough for you to sleep while the ship is under way. Safety comes first in the design and operation of the ships. Floatation devices are available for all on board and more, redundant alarm and fire detection as well as redundant fire fighting means are present on all the Bassac Cruises. The handrails all around the ship are sturdy and a mesh of rope prevents any kids from falling. Upon boarding, we will inform you the areas that are open or off-limits to them, and instructed about emergency situations, how to give the alarm and where to meet.

 

 

Bassac Cruise Fact and Figure:

 

 

Bassac I

 

The original Bassac Cruises, built in the hull of a rice transporting barge, is a cozy ship sized right for a family excursion or a group of friends, who will love to appropriate it for the duration of their journey.

 
 

• Number of cabins: 6

 

• Maximum: 12 passengers

 

• Flag: Việt Nam

 

• Class: VR-SI river cruiser

 

• Displacement: 115 metric tons

 

• Length overall: 80' / 24m

 

• Beam: 18' / 5.50m

 

• Draft: 5'4" / 1.80m at half-load

 

• Propulsion: Caterpillar 6L, 14.6l, 400BHP

 

• Navigation: Can operate by night and in bad weather

 

• Autonomy: 7 days cruise

 

 

Bassac Cruise II

 

Bassac Cruise II was designed in-house to meet the demands of river discovery cruises. It harbors redundant propulsion and power generator; river water and waste water treatment, and a professional galley. The Bassac Cruise II is registered to navigate into Cambodia.

 

• Number of cabins: 12

 

• Maximum: 24 passengers

 

• Flag: Việt Nam

 

• Class: VR-SII river cruiser

 

• Displacement: 230 metric tons

 

• Registered tonnage: 237 GRT

 

• Length overall: 105' / 32m

 

• Beam: 25' / 7.80m

 

• Draft: 4'2" / 1.30m at half-load

 

• Propulsion: 2 x Cummins 6L, 12l atmospheric engines, 290BHP, 5000 hours per hour

 

• Navigation: Can operate by night and in bad weather

 

• Autonomy: 7 days cruise

 

 

Bassac Cruise III

 

The Bassac Cruise III was designed in-house and built very similar to the Bassac Cruise II, with its lot of small improvements, of which a bar in the rear upper deck. With a large covered upper deck, a panoramic lounge and wide gangways, it is comfortable and can host a meal for the passengers of two ships. Access on board is broad and steady, and elderly or partly disabled passengers are safe.

 

 

 

• Number of cabins: 12

 

• Maximum: 24 passengers

 

• Flag: Việt Nam

 

• Class: VR-SI river cruiser

 

• Displacement: 230 metric tons

 

• Length overall: 108' / 33m

 

• Beam: 25' / 7.80m

 

• Draft: 4'2" / 1.20m at half-load

 

• Propulsion: 2 x Cummins 6L, 12l turbocharged engines, 290BHP, 5000 hours per hour

 

• Navigation: Can operate by night and in bad weather

 

• Autonomy: 7 days cruise

 

 

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