The Reverie Saigon to Offer Yacht Day Trips

After acquiring a 60-foot Monte Carlo 6, The Reverie Saigon announced it will begin offering day excursions along the Saigon River. The new options range from a two-and-a-half-hour sunset cruise to an eight-hour golf and picnic sailing.

The shortest of the three cruising options, Saigon Intermezzo, departs in the late afternoon so that passengers can watch the city transition to nighttime.  The excursion includes a champagne picnic with a bottle of Louis Roederer and five prix-fixe menus to choose from. Guests receive roundtrip transfers from the hotel in a Mercedes-Benz S-Class or a BMW 7 Series.

The next option, the five-hour Saigon Avventura, offers a trip to the Can Gio UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, an 80,000-hectacre reserve is blanketed with a rich mangrove forest full of wildlife. It also includes all the elements from the Saigon Intermezzo sailing.

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Saigon Spettacolare, the final, eight-hour tier, includes a visit to Taekwang Jeongsan Country Club for a round of golf and the champagne picnic. Guests may also arrange for full lunch and dinner service.

The new yacht accommodates up to 10 guests comfortably. It operates with a crew of three and a private butler. The 32-ton yacht features electronically controlled sun loungers on the foredeck, a spacious master bedroom below deck and a built-in outdoor barbecue on the back deck.

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