Avalon Waterways Debuts Third Asia Ship

Avalon Waterways added a third ship to its Asia fleet with the debut of the Avalon Saigon, which inaugurated service on 13-day “Fascinating Vietnam, Cambodia” Mekong River” itinerary.

The ship’s itinerary roster also includes a brand-new 18-day “Heart of Cambodia & Vietnam” Mekong River journey.

“Featuring Avalon Waterways’ signature spacious Panorama Suites, one-of-a-kind open-air balconies and beds that face the views for which river cruising is famous, the Avalon Saigon takes travelers beyond expectation,” said Avalon Waterways Managing Director Pam Hoffee. “With a maximum capacity of just 36 guests, this Mekong ship – like its sister ship, the Avalon Siem Reap – invites travelers to see the world differently.”

Avalon’s third Asia ship, the Avalon Myanmar, operates on itineraries that ply Myanmar’s Irrawaddy River.
The Avalon Siem Reap is equipped with 18 suites measuring 245 square feet, floor-to-ceiling open-air balconies; panoramic wall-to-wall windows with retractable screen system and doors that slide open; and private sitting areas with love seat, chair and table.

Public areas include an open-seating dining room, Panorama Lounge, open-air ovation lounge, and bar.
Next year, Avalon will introduce its 13th vessel in Europe and 16th Suite Ship, the Avalon Envision, which will sail on 10-day “Danube Dreams,” 10-day “Legendary Danube” and 12-day “Blue Danube Discovery” itineraries.

For more information on Avalon Waterways, visit www.avalonwaterways.com.

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