Eric, Flamingo, Letty Recommended yacht

Prices per person from US$3,900 (7 nights)

Three boats on the ocean

M/Y Eric, Flamingo &Letty
This signature fleet of thEric, Flamingo, Letty - View of the boatree identical Superior first-class 20-passenger motor-yachts, M/Y Eric, Flamingo I and Letty, were custom-designed for Galapagos excursions. The sister yachts offer tremendous value for superior comfort in spacious accommodations for small groups.

The yachts were built in 1991 and refurbished every year, each yacht features ten double outside facing cabins Eric, Flamingo, Letty - Cabinlocated on three decks with polished teak wood interiors, window view or portholes, fully air conditioned throughout, private bath facilities with fresh, hot-and-cold-water shower, hair dryer, toiletries, roomy closet and drawers, overhead storage, separate climate controls, ionizer (iguana and booby deck only), intercom system, life vests, bottled water and fresh towels.

Public areas
Public areas include a dining room, well-stocked bar and conference area with 29" flat screen Eric, Flamingo, Letty - Living Roomtelevision, DVD player, board games, library of books and DVDs. Stereo cassette/CD equipment is available on the bridge. Picture windows surround the upper two decks and offer a spectacular panoramic view of the ocean and landscape. Enjoy sea breezes, sunshine or a sky full of stars on lounge chairs and recliners located on the sun deck and observation points.

A Captain, eight dedicated crewmembers, and two experienced English-speaking naturalist guides attend to the details of your Galapagos cruise. Each naturalist takes a group of no more than 10 passengers on all shore excursions and shares extensive insights into the Islands diverse wildlife. Small wooden boats, locally called pangas, ferry passengers to shore for Island visits.

Highly sophisticated navigational and mechanical equipment meet the highest safety standards found in the Galapagos. They are self-contained and ecologically sound, equipped for noise-reduction and fuel-efficiency. False keels provide maximum stability.