[Excerpts from Adventure Guide to Ecuador & the Galapagos Islands, by Peter D. Krahenbuhl] Set far off the coast of northwestern South America in the Pacific Ocean, the Galápagos Islands are ofte...
Our fleet of small-group Galapagos cruise ships have been carefully chosen for their overall comfort and optimal structure for viewing the islands. Each ship has its own unique character and charm, but all three are known for their exceptional service and environmentally friendly practices.
Accommodations Crew Amenities
The MY Letty
Our flagship charter vessel, the M/Y Letty is one of the finest private ships cruising the Galapagos and a leader in environmentally sustainable operations. With picture windows surrounding the upper two decks, and open floor plan with a lounge area and library, a bar, a comfortable dining room and one of the most spacious sundecks of all the small yachts in the islands, the Letty allows guests to enjoy the impressive sights of the Galapagos at all times. Accommodations include 10 air-conditioned cabins on three decks, each with private bathroom and hot/cold-water shower. A Galapagos expedition aboard the Letty offers a highly personalized way to explore the islands that is available on very few other boats.
7 cabins with twin beds (two cabins can accommodate triples)
3 cabins with double beds
All with private bathrooms
Nine, plus two naturalist guides (NHA Expedition Leaders on scheduled departures)
Air-conditioned cabins, relaxing public spaces, dining room, full bar, conference room with television, VCR, stereo cassette/CD equipment, and library equipped with books and videos
This sleek, modern luxury motor catamaran was designed specifically for cruising the Galapagos Islands in stylish, stable comfort. Offering an intimate and well-appointed small-yacht ambiance, the Xploration accommodates a maximum of 16 guests. The eight roomy, air-conditioned en suite double staterooms are appointed with beautiful polished wood décor and two large picture windows offering expansive views. Some cabins also have private balconies. The primary dining room is augmented by an outdoor dining area and the large sun deck allows ample room for watching wildlife like whales and dolphins, sunbathing, or unwinding in the Jacuzzi.
8 cabins with twin/double beds
All with private bathrooms
Nine, plus two naturalist guides
Air-conditioned cabins, comfortable public spaces, al fresco dining room, full bar, lounge with televisions, library, Jacuzzi, exercise equipment, sundeck with lounge chairs
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