The Samba is a true European Dutch classic and a stately and comfortable Galapagos sailing vessel. Guests will be pleasantly accommodated in seven double rooms,Tour Details
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The Samba is a true European Dutch classic and a stately and comfortable Galapagos sailing vessel. Guests will be pleasantly accommodated in seven double rooms, six with air-conditioning, and each with private facilities and hot water. An ample dining room/salon connects to an outdoor dining facility with large tables, a TV and video system, sound system, mini library of books and videos, and a small bar. The Samba is a graceful, top-quality craft; she is as environmentally friendly as she is socially responsible. She is locally owned, and the entire crew is devoted to making your journey the trip of a lifetime.
The Samba is owned & operated by a local Galapagos family, with decades of experience showcasing the islands to tourists.
With capacity of just 14 passengers, the Samba provides a more personal & intimate Galapagos cruise experience.
Attractive social areas include: ample dining room/lounge connecting to an al fresco dining area, TV and video, music system, small library, and bar.
The “North & West” itinerary is highly recommended, with visits to Isabela, Fernandina & Genovesa included in 8 days. Or why not join both itineraries into a comprehensive 15-day loop?
The Samba has 3 kayaks available for guest use (1 double, 2 single).
- Length: 78ft, 24m
- Beam: 18ft, 5.5m
- Speed: 8.5 knots cruising
- Crew: 5 + guide
- Capacity: 14 passengers
- Number of cabins: 6 twin cabins with double lower beds and single upper, 1 double cabin upper deck
- Private bathroom
- Air conditioning
- Room towels
- Beach towels
- 110v Electricity point in cabin
- Safe deposit box
- Lounge area
- Reading Material
- TV/DVD - Communal
- Emergency Satellite Phone
- Wetsuits for hire
- Meals: From lunch on Day 1, until breakfast on the final day.
- Accommodation with private bathroom.
- Excursions as listed in the itinerary, with a certified naturalist bilingual guide (Spanish/English).
- Snorkel equipment *Depending on the cruise.
- Drinking water, tea, coffee, snacks.
- Entrance fees Galapagos:
- Galapagos National Park $100 pp (subject to change).
- Galapagos transit control card $20 pp (subject to change).
- Flight: International Flights.
- Quito/Guayaquil – Galapagos – Quito/Guayaquil.
- Airport transfers in Quito or Guayaquil.
- Singles supplement *Depending on the cruise.
- Alcoholic beverages & colas (there is a bar on board).
- Tips for guides and crew.
- Any other personal expenses.
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