Jasmine Cruise

Location: Tuan Chau Halong

Launched in late 2007, the attention to detail and quality of design is apparent in every inch of this newly-built junk, artfully marrying space, rich 1930s Indochina-style wooden decor and exquisite ornamentation throughout its air-conditioned 24 bedrooms, restaurant, bars and communal spaces. Whether you want to throw a party on the terrace, enjoy an intimate candle-lit dinner in the Jasmine restaurant, or just relax and unwind in the Jasmine Spa, Halong Jasmine is the perfect way to enjoy the bay.


Heritage Line’s Jasmine is the gracious, amiable sister of Halong Bay. Visitors looking for both comfort and adventure in Halong Bay will appreciate the Jasmine’s friendly crew and understated elegance. With 23 cabins,  Jasmine is built in the style of a traditional Vietnamese junk, with three tawny sails and dark wood-cladding.

Jasmine’s interiors, like the exterior, are covered in polished wood, lending Jasmine the stately air of an Indochina-era cruising boat. Guests can convene in the formal dining room, enjoy casual barbecues on the terrace and marvel at the bay’s moonlit beauty on Jasmine’s wide Sundeck. After days spent learning Tai Chi, kayaking, and visiting local fishing villages, visitors can enjoy various traditional massage treatments. Heritage Line prides itself on exceptional service and Jasmine is no exception.  Jasmine’s experienced crew does their utmost to showcase the Bay’s indescribable wonders.

Speaking of Halong Bay, Vietnam’s late President Ho Chi Minh said: “It is a wonder that one cannot impart to others.” Home to more than three-thousand islands, this archipelago is the ultimate cruise destination. Allow the stately Jasmine to transport you.

French-Indochina design
23 cabins (3 categories)
Large Restaurant
Lounge with bar
Massage room
Cozy Terrace with wooden, pillow topped seating
and table set-up
Huge Sundeck


Cabin type Max adults


Cruise policy

  •     Entrance fees
  •     English speaking guide
  •     Luxury accommodation with A/C, hot shower, mini bar
  •     Kayaking for the 2nd day (applied for 3 days/ 2 nights package)
  •     Exclusive Cruise through Halong Bay
  •     Welcome Cocktail, Vietnamese Seafood Lunch and Dinner, International Brunch Buffet (as stated in itinerary)
  •     Sunrise Tai Chi Class
  •     Cruise Halong’s gift
  •     Insurance on board
  •   Return transfers from Hanoi to Halong
  •     Beverage and other personal expenses
  •     Kayaking services (for itinerary of 2 days 1 night)
  •     Gratuity on board
  •     All other services not mentioned in Inclusions
  •     Christmas 24/12, New Year 31/12, Lunar New Year’s Eve
  •  01 child maximum per cabin and child reduction applicable only if sharing a cabin with maximum of 2 adults.
  • Free of charge for child under 5 years old, in parents’ room and using existing bedding.
  • For a child from 5-11 years old, if sharing a cabin with a maximum of 2 adults, limiting to one child per cabin, charge of 200 for 2 days/1 night and $325 for 3 days/2 nights
  • Extra bed: charge of $30 applied for children under 12 requiring extra bed, in addition to the charge mentioned above. For adult, the charge is 40% of cabin price.
  • Peak season surcharge: Surcharge of 25% cabin rate applies for travel period on 24 and 31 December
  • Shuttle bus: $45/ adult and $30/ child round trip. Pick up point: at hotel in Hanoi Old Quarter or in front of Hanoi Opera House

Cruise brief

  • Built 2007
  • Length / Width / Height 55 m / 11 m / 10 m
  • Beam / Draft 11 m / 2,8 m
  • Gross tonnage 1800 tons
  • Cruising speed 4.6 nautical knots
  • Electricity 220 Volts
  • Capacity / Cabins 46 passengers / 23 cabins (two categories)

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