On board, eight suites – two on the first deck, four on the second deck and a further two on top – feature lavishly appointed bedrooms, spacious, en-suite bathrooms and a private dining area. It's even possible to arrange an in-suite massage or treatment accompanied by private views of the bay's stunning limestone peaks.
Elsewhere, the ship's restaurant pairs six-course fine dining with an extensive wine list, selected by the ship's resident sommelier. Expect a blend of Vietnamese and international cuisine, all cooked to delicious perfection and meticulously presented. There's a spa, too, where guests can relax between excursions with a full spread of treatments, along with a fitness room and a library, stocked with a wide range of books for lazy hours on the sun deck.
And, in between all that relaxation, guests are treated to a programme of excursions that truly make the most of the spectacular surrounds; head out on tender-boat tours to explore hidden caves dating back thousands of years , visit remote fishing communities and, for a small fee, paddle your own kayak out to a hidden villages seemingly untouched by time.