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Samba Sailor, Galapagos Tourist Superior Class

 

 

Tourist Superior Class - Yachts Galapagos

SAMBA YACHT

 

Description:
M/Y Samba Description: Dutch built with teak decks in 1966 as a luxury private yacht, the Samba is now a perfectly well converted cruise boat specialized for Galapagos Islands vacations. The SAMBA accommodates 14 guests, a perfect number to enjoy the magic of the Islands with privacy and flexibility. Its professional, experienced and friendly crew and naturalist guide are devoted to go the extra mile to make your journey a trip of a life time. The upper deck with an outside dinning area and sun protection is ideal for bird and marine life watching. On the main deck, an outside area with reading, resting and also eating space; and inside, there is a dining salon with library with TV/VCR and Stereo. Here is where briefings and conference-talks are given and planning about next day activities. Foredeck has enough space for sun bathing, dolphin watching or just to relax and observe marine life and the beautiful landscape of the islands. The ample and comfortable space on deck makes this boat ideal for nature and photography cruises.

Technical description:

Category:

Tourist Superior Class

Capacity

14 Passengers

Type:

steel-hulled motor yacht with stabilizing sail

LOA:

78 ft. / 23.77 m.

Beam:

18 ft. / 5.48 m.

Displacement:

134 tons

Engines:

Very efficient Twin DAV diesel engines 280 HP-CUMMINS that only use a remarkable 6 gallons of diesel every hour!

Generators:

Two of 21 & 12.5 kW for 110v & 220v A/C and 12v & 24v D/C

Range:

2.500 miles

 Speed:

8.5 knots cruising

Sail:

Steadying sails

Water capacity:

1.500 gallons and water maker

Accommodations:

6 air-conditioned double cabins and 1 exterior double bed cabin, all with private bathrooms and hot water. An ample dining-room/salon connects to an outdoor dining facility with large tables, 32" High Definition LCD TV, DVD video equipment, sound-system, mini-library with books and videos and a small bar.

Crew:

6 + licensed Naturalist Guide

Navigation:

Furuno Navnet Radar, Plotter and Sonar, GPS, VHF & SSB radios, two tenders with outboard motors.

Safety:

One self-contained 20-passenger life raft, EPIRB, two bi-directional VHF emergency-radios, one VHF (Motorola) wide-range radio, VHF and HF radios and one cell-phone communication system, life jackets, fire extinguishers, safety smoke and fire detectors and overhead sprinkler systems, A.B.C fire-control system and CO2 bank for the engine room.

Pristine and Born of Fire (NW Islands)
8 Days – 7 Nights

Tuesday:

Arrive to Baltra airport
Las Bachas - Santa Cruz Island

Wednesday:

Darwin Bay - Genovesa Island
Price Philip’s Steps (El Barranco) - Genovesa Island

Thursday:

Punta Mejía - Marchena Island
Black beach - Marchena Island

Friday:

Punta Albemarle - Isabela Island
Punta Vicente Roca - Isabela Island

Saturday:

Punta Espinoza - Fernandina Island
Urbina Bay -  Isabela Island

Sunday:

Elizabeth Bay - Isabela Island
Punta Moreno - Isabela Island

Monday:

Asilo de La Paz and Cerro Alleri - Floreana Island
La Lobería - Floreana Island

Tuesday:

Highlands - Santa Cruz Island
Baltra - Flight back to Quito or Guayaquil

Oceanic Forces and Enchanted Land (CE Islands)
8 Days – 7 nights

Tuesday:

Arrive to Baltra airport
Charles Darwin Research St - Santa Cruz Island

Wednesday:

Punta Cormorant and Champion Rock -Floreana Is
Post Office Bay & La Baronesa lookout -Floreana Is

Thursday:

Punta Suárez - Española Island
Gardner Bay and Gardner Rock - Española Island

Friday:

Isla Lobos and Kicker Rock - San Cristóbal Island
Punta Pitt - San Cristóbal Island

Saturday:

Barrington Bay - Santa Fe Island
South Plaza Island and Punta Carrión

Sunday:

Sullivan Bay -  Santiago Island
Bartolome Island

Monday:

James Bay -  Santiago Island
Rabida Island

Tuesday:

North Seymour Island
Baltra - Flight back to Quito or Guayaquil

 

Rate includes:
• All meals, Buffet (breakfast - lunch - dinner) water with meals.
• Accommodation in double cabins.
• Transfers from the airport to the yacht and vice versa in Galapagos.
• Excursions in the islands with English Speaking Naturalist Guide.
Air ticket

Rate does not include:
• Galapagos National Park Entrance Fee: USD 100.00 per person
• Migratory Control Card: USD 10.00 per person
• Soft drinks and alcoholics beverages.
• Snorkelling equipment for rent on board.
• Tips.

Note:
• Rates per person in U.S. Dollars
• Single occupancy supplement 50%

• The route of the ship and the itinerary are subject to change and can vary depending on the regulations and policies of the Galapagos National Park, weather, seasonal changes, safety, etc.
 

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Samba Sailor yacht tourist superior class

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Samba Sailor yacht tourist superior class

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Samba Sailor yacht tourist superior class

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Samba Sailor yacht tourist superior class

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Samba Sailor yacht tourist superior class

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Samba Sailor yacht tourist superior class

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Samba Sailor Yacht Tourist Superior Class

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Samba Sailor Yacht Tourist Superior Class

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Samba Sailor Yacht Tourist Superior Class

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Samba Sailor Yacht Tourist Superior Class

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Samba Sailor Yacht Tourist Superior Class

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Samba Sailor Yacht Tourist Superior Class