International Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship docks at Chan May port

An international Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship carrying 600 passengers docked at Chan May port in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue yesterday, February 20.

The 700-guest Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship, the world's second all balcony-suite vessel, is a sister ship to, but not an identical twin of, the Seven Seas Mariner. Every guest enjoys a minimum of 301 square feet of living space plus balcony, for an exceptionally high space ratio.

Four main dining venues include the 110-seat Le Cordon Bleu-directed Signatures. The Seven Seas Voyager also features some of the more popular elements of the celebrated design including ultra-spacious marble bathrooms with separate showers and full bathtubs

During their stay, the tourists are scheduled to visit two ancient relics in Hue and Hoi An cities, and experienced traditional and cultural performances and foods.

Passengers on board said they were very happy to  visit Vietnam, especially the old imperial city which is very beautiful and friendly. The next destination of the cruise will be Ha Long Bay in the northern part of Vietnam..

The 46,000-ton ship, which is 203 meters length and has more than 700 luxury rooms, belongs to Prespige Cruise Holdingh.

Chan May port has also received 2,100 passengers from the Celebrity Millennium cruise ship which is famous for its grand design and impeccable service such as the shopping centre, dancing club, restaurant, martini bar, and swimming pools.

Nguyen Huu Tho, Chairman of Chan May Port Company Limited which manages the Chan May port said that as many as 33 international cruise ships plan to visit Chan May port with a total of 38,000 passengers on board this year-a positive sign for the local tourism sector.

Translated by MT

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