Dragon Pearl Cruise
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Cruise name: Dragon Pearl

No. of cabins: 11

Launch: May 2010

Design concept: Traditional Vietnamese Style

Cabin: 11 M2

Operating area: Bai Tu Long Bay

Guide: English-speaking guide is available on board

Port location: Hon Gai

The boat features 11 cabins and 3 decks with both outside and inside dining areas. Each cabin is beautifully decorated in a traditional style and equipped with modern amenities for a comfortable stay. Large sea view windows allow you to enjoy the fantastic landscape outside, from the comfort of your room. The sundeck on top will be a great place to view the bay at sunset and have an enjoyable time with your friends.

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Deluxe Cabin

Number of Cabins: 11 cabin(s)
Bed Type: Twin/Double bed 
Area: 11 M2 
Location: 1st, 2nd 

Features +

  • Sea-view window 

Common facilities

  • Individually controlled air-conditioning
  • Slippers, hair dryer
  • Wardrobe
  • Bathroom amenities
  • 24 hour room service
  • Bottle of water on available


Check-in: 12:00 - 12:30 PM
Check-out: 10:00 - 10:30 AM
Shuttle bus: Pick up/Drop off from/to hotel in Hanoi Old Quarter
Estimated time return Hanoi: 4:30 - 5:00 PM
Guide: English guide on board

Cancellation policy

More than 15 days prior to the cruise date: No charge 
10 to 15 days prior to the cruise date: 25% of the total rate.
7 to 10 prior to the cruise date: 50 % of the total rate.
Less than 7 days prior to the cruise date: 100%
No show: 100%

Sue G
United States
Room was spacious and it was very quiet and peaceful at night. Food was excellent at all meals and staff was very pleasant and accomodating. We spent the night near Bai Tu Long Bay outside the more crowded tourist area. Highlight, besides the limestone formations, was the peaceful tour of a floating fishing village.
We took the 3 day/2 night Halong and Bai Tu Long Bays on the Dragon's Pearl. Great way to experience this unique geological and beautiful area, especially if you are still adjusting to the time change, as I was at the time of this trip. Touring Bai Tu Long Bay takes you away from the very busy Halong Bay. The staff were all very helpful. Our tour guide was informative and entertaining. And best of all, the food was just fabulous! Each meal contained many courses all deliciously prepared. It was a great way to sample many flavours without feeling overly stuffed. We enjoyed the kayaking, exploring the caves and the beach bbq was another excellent experience. So glad we chose to spend the extra on this cruise. I think you get what you pay for in regards to Halong Bay!
What an amazing cruise on the Dragon Pearl junk in Halong Bay! 11 cabins on this beautiful wooden boat which has a very colonial feel about it. Our cabin and beds were very comfortable with an en- suite bathroom with shower. We sailed to Bai Tu Long Bay where we went kayaking around limestone karsts in various shapes and forms . Fabulous Vietnamese meals on deck surrounded by stunning scenery. A must!
We thoroughly enjoyed our one night cruise aboard the Dragon Pearl 3. The setting and boat were beautiful. We enjoyed exploring a cave, kayaking and a rowboat trip to a fishing village. It was so peaceful! The staff was exceptional. Our guide, Kim Bay, was organized and funny. The food was beyond our expectations. Mr Bamboo also created lovely food displays. I would highly recommend adding this to your visit to Vietnam.
Rosemary H
We stay one night on Dragon Pearl 3 - a beautiful junk with a fantastic crew. Bui Van Uyen otherwise known as JD was our host on the junk and was very informative and friendly. It was so relaxing and the food was delicious. You certainly wouldn't go hungry. We visited a cave and a pearl farm and the scenery was stunning. If you ever go to Halong Bay and have a dive in the sea, can you look out for my son's expensive glasses as he dived in with them on and now there is probably a fish swimming around with very good eyesight.
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