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Bhaya Classic & Premium Cruises

Tuan Chau Island, Vietnam
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About Bhaya Classic & Premium Cruises
Launching its first cruise back in the summer of 2007, Bhaya Classic Cruises is a member of what is now Halong Bay's largest fleet of cruise boats & ships. The 4 Bhaya Classic boats are constructed in a classic, oriental style, while incorporating modern facilities catering to every aspect of passenger comfort. Each Bhaya Classic boat has between 15 and 20 cabins, the relatively small design creating informal, warm spaces promoting a convivial feel on board. Beginning operations in April 2015, the Bhaya Classic Premium Line features smaller boats that deliver a boutique experience emphasizing privacy, while maintaining the classic oriental design found on all Bhaya boats. Large passenger cabins accommodate up to three adults in full comfort, with just 3 to 7 cabins on each boat. Bhaya Classic Premium Line boats provide a uniquely personal space to appreciate the magnificent scenery of Halong Bay.
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Bhaya 2-Day Halong Bay Tour with Optional Hanoi Transfer by Bus

One day to explore Halong Bay is simply not enough. Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site at leisure during a 2-day cruise from Ha Long. Staying on board overnight means you’ll see the sun set and rise over the bay. Partake in activities such as squid fishing or a cooking class, and stop off at caves and traditional villages throughout the cruise. Accommodation, refreshments, and select meals are included. Upgrade to include hotel pickup and drop-off.
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2 days
from $175.00

The Au Co 3-Day Halong Bay and Gulf of Tonkin Cruise From Hanoi

Spend a memorable three days cruising around Halong Bay, Bai Tu Long Bay and Lan Ha Bay on this luxury cruise, including round-trip transfers by bus or seaplane from Hanoi (depending on option selected). Hop off to visit Tien Ong Cave and its ancient stalactites and stalagmites; enjoy swimming at Ho Ba Ham; take a bamboo boat cruise through the Cua Van floating fish village, or learn about pearl making at the Tung Sua Pearl Farm. Make the most of on-board activities too, like Tai Chi classes, squid fishing, a Vietnamese cooking class, and a traditional tea ceremony.
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3 days
from $515.00
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Martin wrote a review Aug 2020
Da Nang, Vietnam1 contribution
This 3 days 2 nights cruise was idyllic and the tour was well organised. (Cave, fishing village, kayaking.) The facilities on board were excellent. The food and service was of an extremely high quality. Top marks to the chef! First class customer service - from booking to disembarking. The team on board were very helpful and professional. Our guide was experienced, knowledgeable and friendly - and spoke English to a strong level. (Helped me kayak too!) Highly recommended and thank you to everyone at Bhaya Cruises!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Yann P wrote a review Jul 2020
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam77 contributions83 helpful votes
We went to Long Bay by private transportation (organised by the company) from Hanoi We have chosen the package 2 days/1 night Organisation was perfect & cruise staff gave us a fantastic service Food on board, local & very good BBQ diner of the boat roof under stars, amazing souvenir & dream Everything was perfect A lot of things to do on board Reservation team provided us details for the event (very professional) I recommend this company to make fantastic & unforgettable cruise Continue the prestation & service for guests Thank you a lot
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Jamtraveltips wrote a review Jul 2020
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida156 contributions11 helpful votes
There are tons of cruise companies on Halong Bay to choose from, but Bhaya Cruises is fabulous. We had a 3 night cruise with them in February and it was one of the best experiences ever! Bhaya is one of the largest cruise companies on Halong Bay, and their traditional “junk” was anything but junk! It’s sort of a boutique cruise with good size cabins for two, with comfy beds and amazing views. The staff and crew on their ship are very professional and entertaining, and the food is phenomenal!! Bhaya’s wooden junks have 15-20 classic cabins, and 3-7 premium cabins... all of them air-conditioned! The price of the cruise includes your cabin, all of your amazing meals (7-8 dishes each meal!), a cooking class, morning tai chi or yoga, happy hour, and all of your onboard and off-board activities (kayaking, cave exploring, fishing village). The only thing you have to pay for onboard is your cocktails, and a massage if you need one. Our through the Bay took us to Trinh Nu Cave, swimming and kayaking at Trinh Nu Cave, and to the largest cave in Halong Bay, Sung Sot Cave. We also got the opportunity to visit the Cua Van fishing villages, and kayak at Ho Ba Ham where there's a lot less tourists and boats. I highly recommend this company, and would sail with them again in a heartbeat!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Ragiini wrote a review Jul 2020
Auckland Central, New Zealand2 contributions1 helpful vote
Me and my husband went in February 2020 this year to travel Vietnam for our honeymoon straight after our wedding. Best choice we had done is arranged with our travel agent to have booked few tours and packages which one of them included a 1 night cruise on the bhaya classic cruise. This was a beautiful relaxing cruise. We arrived on port where we were provided a nice drink and introduced to the manager of the cruise boat, we were then taken on deck to our cruise boat and introduced to the lovely team who were going to be taking us on along the Harlong bay cruise. We arrived around lunch time so lunch was served on the cruise, since we were vegetarian, they were very mindful of our dietary requirements and brought us a variety from entree to desert to our table. The food was delicious. Throughout the day/night we were able to enjoy the view in getting use to the rooms and sitting on deck and ordering drinks, snacks and mingling with other guest on board. Entertainment in the evening included a spring roll challenge with the chef and other guest and then a enjoyable vegetarian dinner again catered for our needs. With a surprise arrangement that was made with the manager as it was our honeymoon, a special dessert drinks we provided to us which as lovely. Even tho the cabin room was a little small, with own private en-suite, it was decorated beautifully with decoration and appears boutique looking. Following day arrangement was to view the cave, however the weather was not helpful to go inside therefore, we were unable to go and arrived back to port earlier.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Jelly Thuong wrote a review May 2020
Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam5 contributions1 helpful vote
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This isn't the first time I experience cruise in Halong Bay. However, this is the best cruise I have ever experienced. Western and Eastern cuisine are perfectly combined during 3 meals and 1 brunch. The ingredients are all fresh and carefully selected with premium brands. The view from every single rooms in the cruise are all amazing. Beside, I would like to say that it is pleasant to enjoy this tour with those staffs who are reliable, and intelligent people with good sense of humor. Their delicacy did surprised me and my parents in law a lot. Personally, I would like to thank Mr. Hưởng (waiter) who was extremely concentrating on taking care of my family during main dining; Mr. Tuấn (tuorist guide) who supported us warmly during our 2-day-journey; and Mr. Nam (bartender) who open-handedly gave my 4-year-old daughter one more dish of mango when she was upset because of running out of mango in the buffet. The Cruise Manager is such a talented and professional manager. I admire the way he controled every elements and balanced different tourist's interests. I can feel the love he gave to our Halong Bay when he helped us to fish some plastic bottles out of the Bay in the kayaking-time. Finally, I will recommend Bhaya Cruise in general and Au Co 2 Cuise in particular for my friends who are interested in Cruise in Halong bay. I'm looking forward to the day I can see Au Co 2 crew again and experience 3-day-tour with you guys.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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