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M/V Santa Cruz Luxury Vessel

M/V Santa Cruz Luxury Vessel

On the M/V Santa Cruz Boat Deck, there are two master suites with double beds (plus a sofa bed for a child) and a private balcony, and two junior suites with twin beds (plus a sofa bed for a child). Six Superior-Class cabins have twin or double beds, that together with the remaining Standard Cabins on the Upper and Main decks offer a variety of accommodations, all meeting the same high standard for comfort and style. Family guests have ample choice among single, double and triple accommodations.

CHARACTERISTICS

  • Construction : Bilbao, Spain, 1979 Reconstruction : Talcahuano, Chile, 1998
  • Last Dry Dock : Ecuador, September 2011
  • Category : First Class
  • Gross Tonnage : 1675
  • Capacity : 90 guests
  • Length : 72.35 meters (237.3 feet) Beam : 11.85 meters (38.86 feet)
  • Speed : 13 knots
  • Electricity : 110 Volts in the cabins with 220 Volt sockets available in Reception and Dining area.
  • Engines : 2 Sulzer engines, 1620 BHP each
  • Navigation : Gyrocompass, auto pilot, radar, echo-sounders,
  • Equipment : GPS and Radio Director Finder
  • Safety Classification : ABS classification +A1E + AMS #7907 853 SOLAS (safety of life at sea) ISM certificate Complying with the IMO resolution A.788(19) Automatic fire controls
  • Life Jackets : In each cabin Lifeboats : Two 66-man, two 25-man, Life Rafts : Two 16-man, two 10-man
  • Zodiacs : 5 for ship to shore transportation
  • Boston Whaler : 1 with glass-bottom with for underwater observation
  • Decks : 4 (Sun deck, Boat deck, Upper deck, Main deck)
  • Crew : 52 Naturalist : 6 multilingual (includes Chief Naturalist) Medical Officer : Permanently on board.

CABINS

On the M/V Santa Cruz Boat Deck, there are two master suites with double beds (plus a sofa bed for a child) and a private balcony, and two junior suites with twin beds (plus a sofa bed for a child). Six Superior-Class cabins have twin or double beds, that together with the remaining Standard Cabins on the Upper and Main decks offer a variety of accommodations, all meeting the same high standard for comfort and style. Family guests have ample choice among single, double and triple accommodations.

ITINERARIES:

4 nights Eastern Galápagos, Saturday to Wednesday

Explore San Cristóbal Island’s wildlife, Santa Fe, South Plaza, the Charles Darwin Research Station and activities plus Española’s wonderful sites. Price from: 3,402.00 USD /

  • Saturday : Puerto Baquerizo Moreno (San Cristóbal Island) , Punta Pitt
  • Sunday: Santa fe island , South Plazas Island
  • Monday : Puerto Ayora
  • Tuesday: Española
  • Wednesday: Baltra island

5 nights Western Galápagos, Wednesday to Monday

Discover North Seymour, Isabela, Fernandina, Post Office Bay, Floreana and the Charles Darwin Research Station on Santa Cruz. Price from: 4,253.00 USD /

  • Wed: Baltra island
  • Thurs: Punta vicente roca , Punta Espinoza
  • Fri: Tagus cove , Urbina Bay
  • Sat: Puerto Ayora and the Charles Darwin Station
  • Sun: Post office bay , Baroness cove , champion islet and Punta Cormorant
  • Mon:Baltra

4 nights Northern Galápagos, Monday to Friday

Enjoy the wonders of Buccaneer Cove, Santiago Island, Rábida’s Red Beach, amazing Bartolomé and the beauty of wild Genovesa Island. Price from: 3,402.00 USD /

  • Mon: Baltra , Bachas
  • Tues:Bucaneer cove , Puerto Egas
  • Wed:Rabida island , Bartolome island
  • Thu: Prince phillip steps , Darwin Bay
  • Fri: Puerto baquerizo moreno


Rates include:

  • All meals
  • Transfers in the islands
  • All shore excursions with an English speaking naturalist guide

Not included:

  • US$100 Galapagos National Park entrance fee
  • US$10 Transit Control Card
  • US$ 20 Isabela island landing tax
  • Airfare from mainland Ecuador
  • Bottled beverages
  • Gratuities
  • Cancellation/medical insurance