China's first luxury liner cruises into service

Updated: 2013-01-28 17:12

(chinadaily.com.cn)

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China's first luxury liner cruises into service

Henna, the first passenger cruise liner from the Chinese mainland, begins its maiden voyage from Sanya in Hainan province to Halong Bay in Vietnam on Jan 26, 2013. Henna will return to Sanya on Jan 28. The voyage marks the first liner from the Chinese mainland formally entering the cruise tourism market. Henna is 223 meters long, 31 meters wide, has 739 passenger cabins which can accommodate 1,965 people. The ship boasts a restaurant, duty free shop, theater, banquet hall, meeting rooms, bars, swimming pools, spa and fitness center. [Photo by Huang Yiming/Asianewsphoto]

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