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Letty Yacht

Along with its sister ship (Eric), the Letty was custom-designed for cruising the Galapagos Islands. Built in 1991, and refurbished annually, each of this first-class yacht accommodates no more than 20 guests and features three decks with spacious staterooms boasting polished teak interiors trimmed with shiny brass fittings.

 

Both motor yachts have 10 double outside-facing cabins, all with a window or porthole, and guest quarter each furnished with two twin beds or one double bed. In these two ships, you will also find roomy closets, drawers, overhead storage plus climate controls, an intercom system and private baths in all cabins.

 

The two boats also feature spacious common areas such as a sundeck, a dining room, a well-stocked bar, a conference area with a flat-screen TV and a VCR, stereo cassette/CD equipment, and a book- and video-library for escaping the midday heat.

 

In addition, for those who worship the equatorial sun, twinkling stars and cool ocean breezes, you’re welcome to relax and kick back on the sundeck. However, if you prefer to stay out of the sun, you can enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the island landscapes and sea through the picture windows that surround the two upper decks.

 

Low guide-to-passenger ratios on board the Letty ensure highly personalized service and intimate experiences during your on-shore excursions, snorkeling tours or panga-boat trips. The yacht’s two experienced English-speaking naturalist guides will attend to you during your entire Galapagos cruise. Every day, each of these guides takes a group of no more than 10 passengers on shore excursions and shares their extensive knowledge about the island’s diverse wildlife. These excursions include hikes where you will encounter prehistoric reptiles such as the iconic giant Galapagos tortoises, as well as endemic land and marine iguanas. Witness the courtship dance of Blue-footed boobies, and observe tiny Galapagos penguins, Flightless cormorants and sprawling Waved albatrosses – just to name a few of the Galapagos’ amazing seabird species.

 

All of this and more can be experienced on a cruise on board Letty. Just call or drop Surtrek a line and we will begin designing your customized Galapagos journey on board either of these first-class yachts.

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Technical Specifications:

  • Length: 25 meters/83 feet
  • Speed: 8 knots
  • Engines: (2) 402 HP Caterpillar, 8-cylinder turbo diesel
  • Crew and Staff: 11 including the captain and 2 naturalist guides
  • Languages: English and Spanish

 

Accommodations:

  • Capacity: 20 passengers in 10 double cabins
  • Cabins: 10 cozy and tastefully decorated outside-facing cabins. The 4 cabins on the lower deck have portholes and bunk beds (cabins average 110 square feet / 10.2 square meters); the 4 cabins on the upper deck (cabins average 95 square feet / 8.8 square meters) have either twin or double lower beds, as well as picture windows with ocean views. The 2 cabins on mid-deck (cabins average 90 square reef / 8.4 square meters), each with a double bed and picture windows with ocean views.
  • Features: All cabins have individual climate controls, private bathroom with hot and cold water shower and biodegradable soap/shampoo dispensers, hairdryer, storage space, and intercom.

 

Safety and Navigation:

The navigational equipment meets the highest safety standards found in Galapagos, including 24-mile Furuno radar and Furuno GPS, satellite navigator, electric compass, and magnetic compass. The safety equipment on board meets SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) and ISM standards, including VIKING 25-person inflatable capsule lifeboat (SOLAS certified) , 40 life vests (Type I approved with whistles and lights), 6 circular buoys with emergency lights, fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, SART (radar transponder), EPIRB (emergency position indicator radio beacon)

  • Communications: VHF-DSC CH70 and MF/HF with DSC radios
  • Green: Smart Voyager Certification since 2000
  • Decks: 3

 

Facilities:

  • Dining room, lounge, bar, conference room with TV, DVD player, and a small library, two spacious observation decks, open sun deck, free use of snorkeling equipment, wetsuits and sea kayaks.
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