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Pandaw deploys new ship to Borneo
London, December 14, 2016
 

Luxury river cruise expedition Pandaw has recently acquired a new ship, the Kapuas Pandaw, which will be deployed on its new West Kalimantan, Borneo itinerary starting in February 2017.

 

Originally christened the L’Amant, this 12-cabin river ship was built in Saigon in 2006 and was plying the Mekong Delta offering deluxe cruises before being bought over by Pandaw.

 


Kapuas Pandaw

 

Sailing on board the Kapuas Pandaw, the one-week full-board expedition will cover the upper part of Indonesia’s Kapuas River system between Sanggau and Lanjak, a voyage of over 500km passing through ancient rainforest and mountain ranges.

 

Prices start at US$2,327 per person for seven nights, based on a twin-share main deck stateroom.

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