Mahabaahu

1 reviews | 274° place out of 585
86.82
Details
  • Shipyard Kolkata (India)
  • Year 2011
  • Length 55.00 m
  • Beam 10.00 m
  • Tons 675 gt
  • Decks 5
  • Cabins 23
  • Passengers 46
  • Crew 30
  • Crew/Pax ratio 1 : 1.53
  • Currency INR
  • Language English
  • Flag India
Description

The Mahabaahu is an Indian river cruise ship that sails along the banks of the Brahmaputra River, more than 2,000 miles long, which rises in southwestern Tibet and flows east along the northern slopes of the Himalayas into Chinese territory. The vessel has 23 cabins: two suites, two luxury cabins, seven deluxe cabins with balconies, and 12 superior cabins without balconies. Each unit is air-conditioned and equipped with spacious bathrooms. The staterooms are equipped with flat-screen televisions and satellite connections, minibars, telephones and safes. The staterooms have large panoramic windows that take advantage of the natural light during the day and also provide breathtaking views of the sunset and sunrise over the river, not to mention the moonrise, which is an even richer experience seen from a river cruise ship.
The MV Mahabaahu offers ample common areas on the open-air sun deck with shade canopy, the second deck with pool is equipped with loungers to relax and enjoy drinks while admiring the sandbars, villages and their people, fishermen and the countryside rich in flora and fauna.
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Sandra L @SandraL New Contributor (1) 05/11/2022
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Gorgeous river cruise!

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Great experience on this small river boat, discovering a completely new region for us. Perfect service, cleanliness and really good dining! We had unforgettable excursions and our children had a great time too, with comfortable spaces and everything they needed.


Cruising area
Asia
Experience
Cruised (7 days)
Language
English
Period
Sep 2022
Who cruised?
Couple
Nationality
Australia

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