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- The Cachalote Explorer
Special offer - save up to £750 per person on following departures:
2022 - 4 January, 31 January, 7 March, 25 April, 16 May, 6 June, 4 July, 22 August, 5 September, 17 October, 21 November and 5 December.
A former fishing boat built in Vancouver, Canada that was converted to a passenger yacht in 2000. The rugged structure of the ship ensures a smooth and comfortable passage around the Galapagos Islands - she is very stable.
For a small yacht, the decks are a good size, offering good opportunities for al fresco dining and lots of space to relax on a sun lounger or deck chair.
The Cachalote Explorer offers excellent value for a choice of two 7 night itineraries.
- Transfers from Baltra Airport to/from the ship
- All meals
- Purified water throughout
- Daily excursions with your on board naturalist guide
- Evening talks and briefings from your naturalist guide
- Use of kayaks, wet suits and snorkelling equipment
Length - 88ft
Beam - 24ft
Salon size - 17.5ft x 35ft
Type - motor vessel, Steel hull
Cruising speed - 8 knots
Mechanical Equipment - 1 main Caterpillar Engine, 3 Generators (110v), 2 reverse osmosis water makers, sewage treatment plant
Safety Equipment - VHF (DSC) & HF (DSC) radios. EPIRB, SART, Hunter satellite tracking device, 2 GPS’s, 2 radars, depth sounder, flares, basic first aid kits, 2 tenders with outboards, fin keels for extra stability, flotation rings, life rafts with surplus capacity for all passengers and crew, fire alarm system.
Guest Accommodation - 8 cabins each with private bathroom. Hot and cold water showers. Combination of Queen, double and twin sized mattresses.
Crew - All crew are fully trained and certified. Captain, multilingual naturalist guide, cook, engineers, barman, and 4 sailors.
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