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RV Yandabo Review

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Primitive, shabby but a nice experience

Review for RV Yandabo to Asia River
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6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Jan 2016
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The RV Yandabon is a tiny ship, just 4 cabins 1 up and 3 on the main deck. Reportedly used to train crew members for the line's other ships. You go up from the main deck (galley location, and 3 cabins, and cabins for the crew?) to the partially-open top deck where there are lots of loungers, a dining room/bar, and another cabin (ours).

That's it! Small intimate is the way to put it. As a result, embarkation and disembarkation were very fast.

Our cabin sandwiched between the bar/dining room and bridge - was the big one though still small, open on both sides (or at least windowed) with the bathroom behind. It's put together like - someone just put it together. Solid. Nice enough.

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Our cabin sandwiched between the bar/dining room and bridge - was the big one though still small, open on both sides (or at least windowed) with the bathroom behind. It's put together like - someone just put it together. Solid. Nice enough.

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