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Avalon Waterways - Myanmar - Part IX (The Ship: Avalon Myanmar)

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Avalon Waterways - Myanmar - Part IX (The Ship: Avalon Myanmar)

Avalon MyanmarAvalon Waterways? Myanmar (Burma) river cruise is, in my opinion, the best overall Irrawaddy River cruise product today.  There is no question, as the only river cruise that sails north of Mandalay, that its itinerary ? especially if you are truly interested in seeing what Myanmar is truly like ? is the strongest.  And its ship, Avalon Myanmar, launched in 2015, is extremely well designed and clearly purpose built.  Add to that extremely knowledgeable guides and cruise director, a diverse and well executed culinary experience, along with a warm, friendly, and competent crew, and you have an excellent experience waiting for you.  (And, folks, let?s face it, you know I would never say it if I didn?t believe it.)
While I will back up the foregoing in my last article, this article is focused on Avalon Waterways? ship:  The Avalon Myanmar.
Avalon MyanmarThe Avalon Myanmar is an 18 ?all suite? ship.  The ship is designed with an extremely shallow draft and shorter length and height (so that it can go places the other river cruise ships cannot).  That is not to say the ship?s design compromises in other ways, because it really does not (unless you want multiple dining and indoor lounge venues). 
Avalon Myanmar with sampansThe Avalon Myanmar has a large, very comfortable aptly named Panorama Lounge on Deck 2 that is a study in bringing the outside in ? with full window walls forward, port and starboard.  Filled with extreme...
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