Heritage Line Violet

Halong Bay, Quang Ninh, Vietnam

A rare flower in Halong Bay

Like her namesake, the delicate purple-flowered plant that grows on Halong Bay’s rocky slopes, Violet is a small, unique and exquisite ship. With just six luxurious suites, Violet is regarded as Heritage Line’s most private vessel and affords guests unsurpassed exclusively while cruising through UNESCO World Heritage Site Halong Bay and its spectacular seascape. Built to resemble a traditional Vietnamese junk boat and imbued with a French-Indochinese Art-Deco design theme, interiors feature gleaming wooden flooring, opulent silks and velvets and decorative details – all coming together for unrivalled luxury among upscale vessels plying the bay.

While each of the lavish suites are individually designed with a distinguishing theme, all feature private balconies with sun loungers, floor-to-ceiling windows and in-room Jacuzzis. Balancing discreet privacy and relaxed socialising, well-appointed facilities onboard extend to a cosy restaurant with bar, two spa rooms for single’s and couple’s treatments inclusive of a steam bath, as well as an ample-sized sun deck with a sofa-lounge bar. Violet makes an idyllic getaway for couples and especially newlyweds, indulged with exclusive honeymoon privileges.

Suitable For
  • Couples
  • Families
  • Romance
  • Nature lovers
Facilities
  • Restaurant with bar
  • Library Lounge
  • Gym
  • Sauna
  • Sun deck with bar counter
  • Spa room
  • Souvenir shop
Activities
  • Cooking Class
  • Kayaking
  • Tai Chi
  • Swimming
  • Bamboo boat rowing
  • On-shore hiking
  • Cave and pearl farm visits
  • On-board barbecues and presentations

Halong Bay, Vietnam

Cruising 1 and 2-night programmes on UNESCO World Heritage Halong Bay

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