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Category: Tourist Superior Class
Departures: Tuesdays
Capacity: 14
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2018 rates per person from (Subject to change):*

Description 8 days USD
Double 3799
Single 5,315
Charter (12 passengers)
Charter (13 passengers)
Charter (14 passengers) 53,200

Rate includes: all transfers in Galapagos Islands, meals on board, accommodation in double cabin, excursions to the islands, bilingual naturalist guide – English & Spanish, briefings and lectures

Does not include: Galapagos National Park $ 100, Galapagos transit card $ 10, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages, tips and personal expenses, Galapagos air ticket, fuel surcharges, 12% Taxes.

Specifications

Facilities and Accommodation. – This is a 14 passenger, 78-foot solid, steel-hulled motor yacht (with stabilizing sail) built in Holland. Is comfortable and well laid-out, offers good cabin and public-area accommodations and has all the basic features that characterize our yachts.Sturdy, stately and very comfortable, the motor-vessel SAMBA is a true Dutch European classic and best in her class. A great ocean vessel with a specially designed high bow, she provides safe crossings and boasts a special stabilizing sail.

  • SPECIFICATIONS
  • L.O.A.: 78 feet
  • Beam: 18 feet
  • Capacity: 14 passengers and 6 crew
  • Equipment: Twin DAF diesel engines 220 HP, twin generators 21 KW for 110 & 220 AC, 12 & 24 volt DC, Furuno radar, depth sounder,GPS, EPIRB, Life raft, VHS & SSB radios, 2 tenders & outboards, color TV, video equipment
  • Speed: 9 knots
  • Range: 2,500 miles
  • Sails: steadying sails
  • Water: 1500 gallons plus water maker
  • Crew: Licensed High Seas Captain, mate, cook, mechanic, 1 sailor, Multilingual National Park licensed naturalist guide II or III

Please note that sailors use the motor engines to navigate. Sails are only used barely and are mainly a decorative item.

 

Itinerary

Itineraries are always subject to change without previous notice due to operational purposes, weather conditions or policies of the Galapagos National Park.

Cruise “A” Cruise “B”
Tuesday Baltra – Bachas Baltra – E.C.C.D
Wednesday Genovesa Floreana
Thursday Marchena Española
Friday Isabela San Cristobal
Saturday Fernandina & Isabela Santa Fe – Plazas
Sunday Isabela Santiago & Bartolome
Monday Isabela Rabida – James Bay
Tuesday Sta Cruz – Baltra North Seymurt – Baltra