Built in 1991 and refurbished annually, this superior first-class yacht accommodates twenty guests and feature three decks of spacious staterooms. Quarters include ten handsomely decoratedTour Details
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Built in 1991 and refurbished annually, this superior first-class yacht accommodates twenty guests and feature three decks of spacious staterooms. Quarters include ten handsomely decorated double cabins; each is furnished with two twin beds or one double bed, a roomy closet and drawers, overhead storage, climate control, an intercom system, and a private bathroom. The boat also features spacious common areas which include a sundeck, dining room, well-stocked bar, conference area and library.
The Letty is an attractive, custom-designed yacht evoking a bygone era of ocean exploration, with polished teak interiors and shiny brass fittings. Special Family departures dates run during school breaks, designed for families with kids or teens.
Up to 20 guests can be accommodated in 10 ocean-facing cabins, with double or twin beds, spread across three decks for maximum privacy. The operator of the Letty cares very deeply about their ecological responsibilities, so uses biodegradable soap & shampoo on their yachts, hold smart voyager certification, & support local Galapagos conservation projects.
Letty social spaces are ample and comfortable, for guests to relax after each day of adventures. There is an open sundeck and a lounge area where guests can pass their free time watching movies or reading in the small library.
- Length: 83 feet / 25 meters
- Beam: 24 feet / 7.5 meters
- Speed: 8 to 10 knots
- Crew: 11 +2 naturalist guides
- Capacity: 20 passengers
- Number of cabins: 10 outside-facing cabins with window or porthole view, one double bed or two twin lower beds.
- Private bathroom
- Air conditioning: central
- Room towels
- Beach towels
- 110v Electricity point in cabin
- Safe deposit box
- Lounge area
- Reading Material
- TV/DVD - Communal
- Wetsuits for hire
- All meals and activities throughout the cruise
- Bilingual national park guide
- All non-alcoholic beverages consumed onboard
- Snorkeling gear (mask, snorkel and fins)
- Kayaks (two doubles and a single), two stand up paddle board
- Fuel Surcharge
- Cabin accommodation
- Captain’s welcome and farewell cocktail
- Purified water
- Transfers in the Islands between the airport and dock
- Flight Ticket
- Travel insurance.
- Purchases on board
- $100 (Subject to change) Galapagos National Park entrance fee
- $20 Transit Control Card
- Alcoholic beverages consumed onboard
- Cancellation/medical insurance
- Wetsuit $25 (special size)
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