Henna, the first luxury cruise ship from the Chinese mainland, will be homeported in Haikou to offer itineraries to Halong Bay and Da Nang in Vietnam starting November 18th 2013, and a total of over 26 voyages will be provided for local residents and tourists.

On 18th November 2013, Henna will set off on its first voyage from Xiuying port in Haikou, and she is expected to arrive at Halong Bay in Vietnam on the following day. On the evening of 19th November, she will set sail for Da Nang Vietnam from Halong Bay.

Passengers on Henna will be able to stay the night on November 20th in Da Nang, and the ship will leave from Da Nang to Haikou at noon of November 21st.

Henna is 223 meters long, 31 meters wide, and has 739 passenger cabins which can accommodate 1,965 passengers. The ship boasts a complete range of facilities for living and entertainment, including a restaurant, duty free shop, theater, banquet hall, meeting rooms, bars, swimming pools, spa and a fitness center.


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