This is a 73-foot solid, steel-hulled motor yacht (with stabilizing sail) built in Holland. She is comfortable and well laid-out, offers good cabin and public-area accommodations and has all the basic features that characterize the yachts we market. Accommodations consist in six air-conditioned cabins with ensuite bathrooms and one air-conditioned cabin with separate bathroom. Ample dining-room / saloon, connected with outdoor dining facility with large tables, TV with video-system, sound-system, mini-library with books and videos and a small bar.
To experience the mystical isolation that shaped the life of the Galapagos, this sturdy, stately and very comfortable motor-vessel is your best choice. The SAMBA is a true European Dutch classic and the best in her class. A great ocean-going vessel with her specially designed high bow, she provides safe crossings and boasts a special stabilizing sail.
Her main salon and aft dining facilities make her socially versatile while top-side settees and a flush and ample forward deck provide great getaways or extra space for group activities such as stargazing, whale watching or simply sunbathing.
The SAMBA accommodates 14 guests, a perfect number to enjoy the magic of the Islands with privacy and flexibility. Its professional, experienced and friendly crew and naturalist guide are devoted to go the extra mile to make your journey a trip of a life time.
She is a graceful, top-quality craft and very environmentally friendly as well as socially responsible. She is locally owned and all the crew members are from the Galapagos. We are committed to redefine your idea of quality of experience and excellence of service.
Category: Tourist Superior Class
Capacity: 14 Guests
Type: Steel-hull Motor Yacht with steadying sails
LOA: 78 feet / 23,77 meters
Beam: 18 feet / 5.48 meters
Displacement: 134 tons
Motors: Very efficient Twin DAV diesel 280 HP-CUMMINS that only use a remarkable 6 gallons of diesel every hour
Generators: Two generators 21 & 12.5 kW for 110 V & 220V A/C and 12V & 24V D/C
Range: 2.500 miles
Speed: 8.5 knots
Water: 1.500 gallons and water maker
Accommodations: Six air-conditioned double cabins and 1 exterior double bed cabin, all with A/C, private bathrooms and hot water. Ample main salon and aft dining facilities, 32’ High Definition LCD TV, DVD video equipment, stereo equipment, mini-library, bar.
Crew: 6 + Naturalist guide
Navigation equipment: Furuno Navnet Radar, Plotter and Sonar, GPS, VHF & SSB radios, two tenders with 4-cycle outboard motors.
Safety equipment: One self-contained 20-passenger life raft, EPIRB (Emergency Positioning Indicating Radio Beacon), two bi-directional VHF emergency-radios, one VHF (Motorola) wide-range radio, VHF and HF radios and one cell-phone communication system, life jackets, fire extinguishers, safety smoke and fire detectors and overhead sprinkler systems, A.B.C fire-control system and CO2 bank for the engine room.
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|Tuesday||Arrive to Baltra Island
Santa Cruz Is: Bachas Beach
|Wednesday||Genovesa Is: Darwin Bay
Prince Philips Steps
|Thursday||Marchena Is: Mejia Point
|Friday||Isabela Is: Albemarle Point
Vicente Roca Point
|Saturday||Fernandina Is: Espinoza Point
Isabela Is: Urbina Bay
|Sunday||Isabela Is: Elizabeth Bay
|Monday||Floreana Is: Asilo de La Paz – Alleri Hill
|Tuesday||Santa Cruz Is: Highlands
|Tuesday||Arrive to Baltra Island
Santa Cruz Is: Highlands – Charles Darwin Station
|Wednesday||Floreana Is: Cormorant Point – Champion Islet
Post Office Bay – Baroness Lookout
|Thursday||Española Is: Suarez Point
Gardner Bay – Gardner Islet
|Friday||San Cristobal Is: Lobos Islet – Kicker Rock
|Saturday||Santa Fe Island
South Plazas Is – Santa Cruz Is: Carrion Point
|Sunday||Santiago Is: Sullivan Bay
Santiago Is: James bay
|Tuesday||North Seymour Island