The most luxurious cruise liner on inland river set sail

15:20, May 23, 2011      

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Yesterday, Yangtze River Gold No. 1, the most luxurious cruise liner on an inland river, set sail. (CQNEWS Photo/ Zhang Luqiao)

Yangtze River Gold No. 1, equipped with a helipad, charges 3,000 to 72,000 yuan for a 4-day journey. On the cruise, passengers can enjoy beautiful views of the Three Gorges during the day, then throw parties, cook barbeque and watch movies at night.

Yesterday, the cruise, sponsored by Chongqing Travel and Tourism Group, set sail and its maiden voyage was presided over by Huang Qifan, mayor of Chongqing City. Tang Guanjun, director of the Yangtze River Navigation Fairs Bureau of the Ministry of Communications, and Tan Qiwei, deputy mayor of Chongqing City, attended the inaugural ceremony.

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