The 16-passenger ship provides 8 individually air-conditioned rooms located on the main and lower decks; each has a private bathrooms, flat screen television and ocean view.
All rooms except rooms 3 & 4 (forward below deck) can be converted to either one queen bed or two twin beds.
The yacht features partially covered sun deck with a jacuzzi and ample seating, salon area with dining, bar and entertainment area.
The dive deck is equipped with a bathroom, individual gear bins, large camera table, recharging station, individual storage areas, air and nitrox filling stations, tank racks, and a separate fresh water rinse tank for underwater camera equipment another for gear. Diving operations are conducted from two large pangas (tenders), easily boarded from the dive deck. The ship is also equipped with a satellite telephone for emergency calls worldwide.
Remember that the crew and guides and of course the Galapagos Whale Shark Project team are there to help you if you need help. Do not hesitate to ask for such a friendly group.
The Sun Deck features a large lounge area, the partially covered sun deck and a jacuzzi with ample seating. Great area for relaxing and doing your early morning yoga
The Main Deck features two guest cabins, 1 & 2, each with private bath and shower, television, ample storage and provides guests with an ocean view; the dining area and large dive deck.
The Lower Deck comprises six cabins, 3-8, each with private bath and shower, television, window and ample storage.
Technical specifications and equipment:
Registry: Pto Baquerizo Moreno, Galapagos Islands
Length overall: 111.5 ft (34 meters)
Beam: 21.3 ft (6.5 meters)
Draft: 8.2 ft (2.5 meters)
Tonnage: 169 ITC
Main engines: Detroit Diesel 6V92, 350 hp
Generators: 2x Perkins 73 kw
Maximum Speed: 10 knots
Fuel Capacity: 5,300 gallons (20,000 liters)
Range: 1,800 nm
Accommodations: 16 passengers in 8 air-conditioned rooms on main and lower decks, all with private bathrooms
and showers. All rooms except rooms 3 & 4 (forward below deck) can be converted to either one queen bed or two twin beds.
Crew: Up to 7 crew and 2 guides in crews' quarters. Two team members from the Galapagos Whale Shark Project
Safety Equipment: Life rafts (2), life rings/strobes, life vests/strobes, emergency position locator, flares, oxygen and first aid equipment
Air Systems: 2 electric Bauer compressors with nitrox membrane, producing 32% nitrox, bank storage
Tenders: Rigid hull inflatables (2), used for passenger transport and diver pickup
Accessories: Diving Equipment
Leads and belts enough.
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