About Your Great Lakes Cruise Ship: the American-registered m.v. Yorktown


Built:
1988 by First Coast Shipbuilding Co, Coral Springs, FL

Registry: USA      Gross Tonnage: 2,354

Dimensions: 257 ft LOA x 43 ft x 8 ft draft (78.3 x 13.1 x 2.4 m)

Passenger decks: 4    Lower berths:  130

Yorktown Deck Plans

Cabin Categories

Category E
Outside cabins,   two lower beds,    two portholes, and private bathroom.
Cabins M11-M17....
Category D
Outside cabins,      two lower beds,       two windows, and private bathroom.
Cabins L43-L48
Category C
Outside cabins,    two lower beds,    two windows, and private bathroom.
Cabins P49-P76
Category B
Outside cabins, two lower beds, two picture windows, and private bathroom.
Cabins M18-M26
Category A
Outside cabins,      two lower beds,    two picture windows, and private bathroom.
Cabins L29-L42
Category AA
Outside cabins, two lower beds convertible to a queen bed, two picture windows, and private bathroom.
Cabins L27, L28, P59, P60
Category S
Superior outside cabins with walk-out balcony, queen bed, and private bathroom.
Cabins S77-S80

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