AmaPura Overview

The custom-built AmaPura takes its name from the former royal capital of Amarapura (Sanskrit for “City of Immortality”). Designed to provide an ultra-comfortable experience along Myanmar’s Ayeyarwady River, this vessel is beautifully furnished with a combination of modern and traditional motifs and its shallow draft allows it to navigate the river nearly year-round. The AmaPura has 28 suites featuring either a French Balcony, an Outside Balcony or Twin Balconies, as well as a well-appointed en suite bathroom. The ship’s elegant public areas include a restaurant and main lounge and bar. There’s also a gift shop, spa, and a Sun Deck perfect for lounging, enjoying a cocktail, or simply gazing out at the ever-changing scenery. The AmaPura was designed to provide you with a serene home away from home for the duration of your Myanmar voyage. After a full day of sightseeing, there is no greater luxury than to return to a peaceful, comfortable ship and be welcomed aboard with a cool drink and chilled towel. The friendly and resourceful staff will be at your service throughout your entire Ayeyarwady river cruise.
  2. Built2014
  3. Built inMyanmar
  4. Length188 ft.
  5. Width40 ft.
  6. Crew36
  7. Suites28
  8. RegistryMyanmar

Life On Board At A Glance



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Stateroom Categories


Category SAUpper DeckOutside Balcony, 290 sq. ft.
Category SBUpper DeckTwin Balcony, 420 sq. ft.
Category SCUpper DeckOutside Balcony, 285 sq. ft.
Category SDMain DeckFrench Balcony, 285 sq. ft.
Category SEMain DeckFrench Balcony, 285 sq. ft.
Category SFMain DeckFrench Balcony, 285 sq. ft.
Category SGMain DeckFrench Balcony, 285 sq. ft.
  • In-room temperature control
  • Deluxe hotel-style bedding
  • Spacious bathrooms with amenities from L'Occitane
  • Flat-screen TV
  • In-house telephone, in-room safe and USB jack
  • Complimentary bottled water replenished daily
  • Desk and chair

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