The lessons learned from Tom Harper’s closure

When a company suddenly shuts its doors, a lot of different factions are often left picking up the pieces, which has certainly been the case in the aftermath of river cruise reseller Tom Harper River Journeys abruptly closing its doors in early May. There still isn’t any clear course of action for the now cruise-lessContinue reading “The lessons learned from Tom Harper’s closure”

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Pandaw: Proven ships, new waters

It’s been 20 years since Scotsman Paul Strachan started taking people up and down the Irrawaddy River on a single chartered vessel in Myanmar. Since 1995, the founder of Singapore-based Pandaw River Expeditions has grown his enterprise in Southeast Asia into a fleet of 12 ships (and counting) and is now once again looking forContinue reading “Pandaw: Proven ships, new waters”

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Luxury on the rise on Southeast Asia’s rivers

By Michelle Baran After Europe’s busy ship-christening season this spring, the river cruise spotlight is shifting to Southeast Asia for the fall, where the latest lineup of river ship launches is showcasing an ever-escalating level of luxury, service and amenities. So much so that it begs the question of whether this new crop of vesselsContinue reading “Luxury on the rise on Southeast Asia’s rivers”

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