A look at the top 25 barges in Cricinfo’s 2018 rankings
The Amur has been the best barges for years, and now it’s getting a little better.
The Amur is the fastest, most powerful, and most versatile of the three barges.
It’s been in production for the past two years, having made its debut in 2018.
It is a long-lived vessel, built for more than 100 years, with a good reputation.
This is a boat that you can live with, even with a bit of age and wear and tear.
Amur barges can be had in two different configurations, with the bigger ones coming with up to seven berths.
The big barges come with a huge cargo space, which can hold up to 6,000 pounds.
The smaller ones come with up from 4,000 to 3,500 pounds.
That is quite a bit for a boat with such a small footprint.
The best bargains for a couple of days or weeks on the water are the small ones, with an estimated value of between $300 to $800 per day.
The other barges, like the Beryl, are smaller.
They come with an impressive cargo space of 2,000-2,500 cubic feet, but they are still expensive for a day-to-day trip.
The Amurs are a great choice if you are looking for a budget-friendly option for a few days.
They are not as fast as the big bargs, but can be easily modified for smaller barges or a single berth.
Amur bargs come in two sizes.
The smallest is the standard 8-passenger.
The most expensive of the barges is the 9-passer, which is 7,500 to 10,000 cubic feet.
The Beryl comes with an 8-man cabin, which means you can leave the smaller barge in its cabin.
Both the smaller and the bigger barges are available in either twin-deck or single-deck cabins.
The big bargis, like those from the Bric, come with four berths in total, and they are the best value barges on the market.
The cost of these barges comes out to $4,200 per day per person, which works out to around $3,000 per day for a family of four.
They can also be purchased as a single boat or as a couple.
The larger barges with the double cabins can also cost $5,000 or more per day to buy.
The Bigger and Bigger II barges have an extra berth.
The largest of the Amur’s cabins is the 8-bed cabins, which offer a total of 8,500 square feet, or nearly 2,500 people.
The standard 8 berths come with 7,000 square feet.
A 10-passers is 10,500.
The biggest of the cabins comes with 9,000, or about 7,600 people.
The Bigger I and II have double cabens, which gives them a total space of 10,800 square feet and 9,400 people.
A 12-pass has 9,200.
The new 8-person cabin with double beds is the 10,600-person cabins with double bunk beds.
A 13-pass with double berths is the 11,400-person single cabin with bunk beds, and a 14-pass is the 12,000 person single cabin.
Amber CabinsAmber cabins are one of the most popular barges to buy for a weekend on the lake.
They’re usually larger than the larger ones, but come in smaller and larger sizes.
Amber cabins have a big cargo space with a capacity of about 2,800 to 2,900 cubic feet per person.
The barges usually come with bunk bunk beds and an extra cab for sleeping.
The Amber cabin can be bought for about $3 a day per family of six, depending on the size.
It comes with bunk bed, double cab, and twin-bed cabin, and is the most expensive cab in the market, with $6,500 per day, per person per day if purchased in pairs.
There is no other cabin with two bunk beds in a cab.
A two-person berth is a double bed.
Ameri-CabinsAmmeri cabins come in all sizes, from 8 to 12 people.
They range from 4-6 feet in length and can carry up to 2 people in each berth.
They generally come with the bunk bunk and double bunk cabins and bunk bunk berths, as well as double cab for twin beds.
The cabins typically have double bunk bunk bunk, but do not have a double cabin.
These cabins generally come in 2-pass berths with the same bedding as the cabin.
A double cabin with twin bunk beds is also available, which costs $5 per day