Pandaw Cruises anchored until 2021

PHNOM PENH, 17 September 2020: Pandaw Cruises that operates
a fleet of luxury boats on rivers in Southeast Asia and India has postponed all
sailings through to May 2021.

In a message to members, the luxury river cruise operator said: “It is becoming clearer that the likelihood of our operations resuming in the near future is now very slim.”

Noting there have been second and third Covid-19 waves
raging across the world and even reappearing in Vietnam where there were no
reported cases for three months, the consensus is that borders will now remain
closed well into 2021.

“Given this, we felt it only right to proactively postpone
all sailings for the 2020/21 season through to May 2021, the cruise founder and
CEO Paul Strachan stated in his message to members. “We hope that by making the
decision now we can provide some certainty and remove any concern about
upcoming travel or payments.”

The company is now making preparations for a return from summer 2021 with sailings in India, Myanmar and on the Mekong River exploring Vietnam and Cambodia.

Given the continued uncertainty, the company’s USD100
deposit offer that secures berths on sailings starting summer 2021 has been
extended to a 31 December cut-off date. Members can make a new booking with
just USD100 per person deposit until 31 December, ensuring that your preferred
cabin is secured without the need for a full 20% deposit.

When river cruise return summer 2021  short cruise on the Mekong River, and Tonle Sap that feature Phnom Penh and Siem Reap are likely to be the most popular.

Cruise options

Classic Mekong
Ho Chi Minh City – Siem Reap
Seven nights from USD3,029.25
Members’ price from USD2,423.40

Phnom Penh – Siem Reap
Three nights from USD1,285
Members’ price from USD1,028

Ho Chi Minh City – Phnom Penh short cruise
Four nights from USD1,285
Members’ price from USD1,028

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