Luxury Vietnam cruises can be rather expensive, but most veteran cruisers will agree that this unique itinerary is well worth it. For starters, Vietnam main ports of call include: Cai Lan in Halong, Chan May in Hue, Tien Sa in Danang, Nhatrang, Phu My in Vung Tau, and Lotus in Saigon. Each port of call has its own unique activities and attractions. Major attractions include the Hue Citadel from Chan May port, Hoain Town from Tien Sa port. Nhatrang from Nhatrang port.
Some Vietnam cruises may be part of a short cruise of say 8-days, while others may be part of a larger cruise that can last up to 77 nights or more. A good example is Regent Seven Seas 40 nights Anchorage to Bangkok aboard Seven Seas Navigator. Regent Seven Seas also features 22-nights Beijing to Bangkok, 43 nights Beijing to Sydney, 58 nights Beijing to Auckland, and a whopping 77 nights Beijing to San Francisco.
The 77 night RSS cruise starts in Tianjin with stops in Dalian, Shanghai, Naha, Keelung, Hong Kong, Halong Bay/Hong Gai, Da Nang, Saigon, Laem Chabang, Ko Samui, Singapore, Semarang, Benoa, Komodo, Darwin, Thursday Island, Cairns, Whitsunday Island, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Cruise Milford Sound, Dunedin, Lyttelton, Wellington, Napier, Tauranga, Auckland, Bay of Islands, Lautoka, Suva, Date Line Going East, Apia, Honolulu, Hilo, and San Francisco.
Other luxury Vietnam cruises include Princess Cruises’ 16-nights Southeast Asia & China Beijing to Singapore and 31 nights Alaska & Far East & China Anchorage/Singapore. Holland America
features a 34-day Grand Asia Voyage, 69-day Asia & Australia, and Grand Asia & Australia Segment. And Costa Cruises
features a 14-night Vietnam cruises with stops in Hong Kong, Manila, Kotakinabuku/Borneo, Bandar Seri Begawan, Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), Da Nang, and Sanya.
While luxury Vietnam Cruise ships may be expensive, you might score a deal by booking online. Many cruise line websites offer anywhere from 10 percent up to 35 percent off when you book online. Savings are also possible if you book far in advance or at the last minute. In some cases, last minute bookings can help you save anywhere from 55 up to 75 percent. For example, right now, Costa Cruises is offering starting prices of $1,299 for booking a 14-day Vietnam cruise in September with an October departure date. This is roughly 35 percent off the regular price.
The cruise lines listed in this article are not the only lines that currently travel to Vietnam. Visit any of the websites listed below to review other offerings.
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