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Behavior on board RV Jahan

posted Apr 16, 2014, 12:24 AM by Tim Hawards   [ updated Apr 16, 2014, 6:47 PM ]

Bridge policy / No go areas

The Jahan This British-Indian Colonial-themed flagship has all the trappings of a centuries-old marvel. The décor, the colors, the architecture, the carefully chosen paintings and decorative items transport you to a bygone era. The luxury and boutique Jahan owns 26 beautifully appointed cabins on two decks, each with a private balcony. Two 52sqm individually designed suites with private Jacuzzi showcase the pearls of this vessel. On the terrace deck the Jahan combines a large pool, the Spa, an Observatory Lounge, restaurant and the famous East India Club outdoor bar.

Clearly indicated as “crew only”, please do not enter “No go” areas or the bridge without the permission of the cruise director. Jahan Cruises operate an open bridge policy but ask that you be considerate to the ship’s officers’ duties.

More information at http://www.jahancruises.com/River-Blogs/behavioronboardrvjahan

Dress Code

The dress code on board and ashore is informal and relaxed. In the day time, feel free to wear comfortable casual attire. In the evenings, smart casual would be appropriate.

 

Footwear

Flip flops are provided for your comfort. When on-shore, guests should use comfortable non-slippery footwear. During certain seasons, the river banks and paths can be muddy. Thus, Jahan Cruises request that you take off your footwear when returning on board so that we can clean your shoes and return them later.

 

River Disturbance

Due to heavy winds, especially on the Tonle lake, the ship can be a bit rocky. Please remain calm.

The Jahan ship is very secure and the worst that could happen is that you will suffer from seasickness.

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