Belmond’s Orcaella accommodated just 50 guests across 25 cabins and offers itineraries between Yangon and Bhamo, close to the border with China, and cruising on the Chindwin River, a tributary of the Irrawaddy, passing mountain ranges through western Myanmar, and close to the Indian border. The ship has 2 Balcony Suites, 1 Junior Suite, 13 State and 9 Deluxe Cabins (all ensuite) with floor-to-ceiling glass doors that provide the perfect frame to the river and its banks.
The Road to Mandalay has 43 cabins, all ensuite, fully air conditioned and luxuriously decorated in bright and airy fabrics. The ship has 8 superior, 16 Deluxe, 18 state cabins and 1 Governors’ suite. Features include a personal safe, telephone, satellite television, en-suite bathroom and shower amenities. It operates 3 to 11 night cruises on the Irrawaddy River.
12-passenger Napoleon sails the Rhone River. Cruises include all meals with wine, all shore excursions, an open bar and bikes for passenger use. Public spaces include a saloon with piano keyboard, Bose iPod docking station and a small DVD Player, dining area and a sun deck with sun loungers and hot tub.