The Treasure is a one of a kind vessel in the whole Halong archipelago. Based on a solid structure and re-designed in a wooden junk style. It is stable, able to navigate in any seabed of the region and can easily face the rough if needed.
Its giant sails may come as a support to the engine if the winds are with us, they are part of the folklore and give a nice sensation of embracing the big outdoors [editor’s note: absolutely no boat in Halong bay can sail only without the engine running]
The Treasure is a large vessel, very spacious and comfortable. You will find yourself particularly cozy on it.
On all of its itineraries, the Treasure offers some kayaking. Real expeditions to lagoons, creeks and floating houses, around the huge standing karsts formations, always away from any other boat. We use Necky kayaks, high quality equipment, imported from Canada and carefully maintained.
To entertain your cruise, vegetable carving and cocktails classes are available. Sometimes upon request as it depends on the number of people on board. Nice wooden board games are also available.
The Treasure features a very large sundeck that you may enjoy anytime of the day. With a cup of coffee witnessing the transient serenity of the bay early morning; relaxing in the sun with a privileged view at the limestone labyrinth; celebrating with a drink this once of a lifetime moment when the moon rises over the karsts.
The Treasure offers a long drink list featuring softs, beers, spirits, wines, cocktails, mocktails, smoothies... to slake your thirst and set the aperitif up or accompany a romantic dinner.
Our chef and his team are devoted to offering you some of the most reputed cuisine of the region. The selection is wide and ingredients always local and fresh. Seafood-based, but not only, the menus are well balanced. Vegetarian and kids can be catered for. We strive to make each meal a colorful event for both eyes and papillae.
Now for you to contribute in a better tourism, here are few tips to keep in mind when you go for a cruise.
Bring from home some mineral/bio sunscreen. Coral and maritime biosphere suffer from chemical creams.
Consciously use freshwater on board. A short shower uses less water than a longer one; scientists proved it.
When using air-conditioner, set the temperature to 25 degrees minimum and set the fan on automatic.
Turn off lights and air-conditioner when you do not use them. Check the bathroom’s light twice, it is a tricky one.
Do not leave used batteries or any plastic packaging on the boat. Bring all that back to the land, and if possible to the main city and if possible to your home country where rubbish is better processed.
While kayaking, ask your guide for some equipment to collect floating garbage on the way (mostly plastic bags and polystyrene blocks). You’ll raise awareness around you.
Spread the word about responsible cruises and help us promoting different practices.