A trip down the Irrawaddy, this s a small river ship, 28 cabins and maximum of 56 passengers. We had already sailed on this river ship in Vietnam and Cambodia, so knew the layout and quirks. This cruise is all inclusive, all meals are served in the only dining room at set times, limited menu choices but caters for most tastes.
The sail down the Irrawaddy has stops every day to visit either a village or sights but always returning to the ship for all meals.
Single beds unless you ask for a double, but a double makes storage access difficult as the beds have cupboards built in.
Beautiful polished wood, cabin style beds which can be single or pushed together. Air con efficient and not noisy. Good sized bathroom with excellent shower.