A small luxury, traditional teak-wood riverboat on the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar (Burma).
The Paukan Princess is a beautiful cruise ship; a compact but elegant vessel made of teak with a hull of marine steel. The walls and floors are of timber with each plank carefully chosen to show off the beautiful grain.
The décor is modern chic, with a touch of Myanmar culture through a few traditional motifs, wooden figures, fabrics and paintings. There are 18 cabins, twin and double, with attached bathrooms for a total of 36 guests.
Rv PAUKAN 2015, the fourth new vessel of the Paukan fleet, was launched in September 2015.
She is the first luxury ship able to sail the entire length of the Irrawaddy River up to Bhamo (Kachin State), the uppermost navigable point for a vessel of this size, even during the low water season (December to May) due to her extremely shallow draft.
The 36-guest Paukan 2015 embraces the ambience of modern Asian Design, whilst providing comforts and conveniences found only in the finest hotels of Myanmar. This luxurious vessel is complete with two spa rooms, a gym and solarium. The lounge bar on the upper deck seats 40 indoors, with an open air lounge for those who prefer a more al fresco experience.
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