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The Regal China Cruise
Regal China Cruises’ three ships:the Princess Sheena, the Princess Elaine, the Princess Jeannie

Builders : Built in Germany in 1993 by Elbewerft Boizenberg GMBH

Building Standard:5 stars
Entered Service : May 1994
Length : 424 feet each vessel
Breadth : 52 feet each vessel
Speed : Upstream -- 22 knots
Downstream -- 30 knots
Tonnage : 5,963
Auxiliary Power : Three independent engines; 3 x 1,000 BHP
Passenger Capacity : 268 each vessel
Passenger Decks : 4 and one sun deck
Staff : 150 each vessel

Features Of Vessel:

Fully stabilized; quiet operation; highest safety; standard Lateral-docking ability w/360-degree-turn bow thrusters Furnished full outer decks (3.4. & 5); German-standard water purification and sterilization Central Air Conditioning; Most advanced navigation equipment on the Yangtze.


Room: Radio,Satellite phone,Color TV-set,Mini Refrigerator,Internet Port,Mini Bar,Safe box,Shower,Hairdryer.;
First Floor(Upper Deck):Gym Room,Sauna,Massage Room;
Second Floor(Promenade Deck): Reception Desk,Business Center,Clinic,Card Room;
Third Floor(Bridge Deck): Dinning Room,Souvenir Shop;
Fourth Floor(Recreation Deck):Dinning Room,Cafe,Reading Room;
Fifth Floor(View Deck):Sun Deck,Ballroom,Card Room;

Onboard Services:

Radio/Television: Located in all rooms
Telephone: In-house.

Air-Conditioning/Heating: All rooms are air-conditioned and heated.

Room Service: 24-hours

Laundry Service: Laundry and pressing - same day service

Dining Facilities: Emperor's Dining Room: Located on the Emperor Deck, this restaurant offers both provincial gourmet dishes from the various regions of China and Western cuisine in an elegant dining setting. Single seating for 80. Also used as a multi-function room for lectures, movies, private parties, meetings and groups.

Golden Pavillion Restaurant: Located on the Princess Deck, this restaurant offers buffet style Western cuisine and Chinese fare. Single seating for 180.

Lounges/Bars: Jade Ballroom: Located on the Sun Deck, this lounge offers nightly entertainment with live music, karaoke and dancing. Traditional Chinese performers and crew present opera, dances and acrobatics. Also used for briefings, cultural programs and parties. Accommodates 100 people.

Lotus Bar: Located on the Emperor Deck, this comfortable lounge offers a full-equipped premium bar with panoramic views. A favorite observation lounge. Seats 60 people.

Misty Lounge: Located on the Princess Deck, this area serves as a relaxing tea room, library and games room. Seats 40 people.

Sun Deck: This outdoor deck offers a suntanning and relaxation area with spectacular views.

Recreation Rooms: Private Rooms: Two individual Mah-Johng rooms offer private seating for eight and include tea service. Mah-Johng lessons available. The rooms can also be used for other board or card games.

Entertainment: Movies, special in-house TV videos, programs on Chinese culture and displays of Chinese classical dress and costume shows provide additional entertainment during the trip.

Chinese Lessons: Lessons in Chinese language, shadow boxing, Tai-chi, Mah-Johng, card games and calligraphy are available to passengers.

Medical: Doctors trained in Chinese and Western medicine are on board each ship.
Bilingual Staff: Each ship has an English-speaking cruise director from the United States who is fluent in Mandarin.

Special Health Services: Chinese medical practices such as acupuncture, acupressure and massage are available by appointment.

Beauty Services: Tanning salon, in-room massage, beauty salon, sauna, spa and fitness center.

Business Center: Complete with copy service, satellite telecommunications, telephone, and fax.

Additional Services: Gift shops and postal facilities.


·Twin Cabin: a,amount:122 b,structure:one bedroom with private bathroom c,Area:10sqm
·Single Cabin: a,amount:14b,structure:one bedroom with private bathroom c,Area:8sqm
·Deluxe Suite: a,amount:10 b,structure:one bedroom,one sitting with private bathroom c,Area:20sqm.

Cabin Facities:

Active Window,TV,Mini Bar,Weight Balance,Life Jacket,Memo Pad,Mineral Water,Tea Bags,Bath Foam,Bath Towel,Face Towel,Comb,Toothpaste,Tooth Mug,Shoe Sponge,Telephone Directory,Mini Refrigerator,Hair Dryer,Cloth Line,Ball-Pen, Coffee Bags,Shampoo,Shower Cap,Bath Robe,Hand Towel, Soap,Toothbrush,Slippers,Laundry Bag.

Wuhan-Chongqing (Upstream)
Peak Season:April,May,September,October
Shoulder Season:Other Months

Above itinerary is to subject to change for the river condition,navigation channel,weather condition, government reason etc. .
D 1
Embarkation at Wuhan(dinner is not included)
Departing Wuhan Pier
D 2
Whole day sailing on the yangtze river
Passing Three Gorges Dam 5-stage Shiplocks
Three Gorges Dam Project - Shore Excursion
Passing Xiling Gorge - West Part
Shennong Stream - Shore Excursion
Passing Wu Gorge
Passing Qutang Gorge
Shore excursion to Wanxian
Arrive Chongqing Port and disembark the cruise.
Chongqing-Wuhan (Downstream)
The cruise ship set sail from Chongqing city
Shore excursion to the ghost city at Fengdu
Passing through the first--Qutang gorge
Passing through the second--Wu gorge
Shore excursion to the shennong stream
Passing through the third-Xiling gorge
Passing through the ship-lock of the new three gorges dam
Shore excursion—the new three gorges dam
Disembarkation at Wuhan city