The RV Charaidew was built in Guwahati in 1973, as a passenger ship for long distance voyages for the wealthy including the President of India. In 2003 she was completely rebuilt and refurbished to her current form, retaining original features such as her polished brass engine room telegraph. With 12 elegantly appointed cabins, the Charaidew is well-suited to the challenging conditions of the River Brahmaputra for which she was designed. Extensive use has been made of eco-friendly laminated bamboo panelling, while most fabrics are hand-woven by tribal people in remote villages.
Lounge/bar; dining room; semi-shaded sundeck with seating and sun loungers.
12 double or twin outside cabins with windows, private facilities and air-conditioning
If you have any queries about this accommodation please feel free to call me directly on +44 (0)1803 866965 or...