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Galapagos Islands cruises, Eric luzury cruise

M/Y Eric, Flamingo I, and Letty are yachts with identical characteristics. A captain, 8 crewmembers, and 2 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. Outfitted in 1990, the fleet of three 20-passenger first class motor-yachts ERIC, FLAMINGO I, and LETTY are 83' long with 24' beams each and exclusively custom-designed for Galapagos excursions, with spacious accommodations for small groups.

Accommodations include ten double cabins located on three decks, each furnished with two twin beds or one double bed, a roomy closet, drawers, overhead storage plus climate controls, an intercom system, and private bath. Cabins on Iguana Deck are located at sea level, while the Booby and Dolphin Decks have larger windows and are located on or above the main deck. The boats' interior is designed in polished teak wood and features air condition throughout, ample-sized common areas including a dining room, a well-stocked bar, a conference area with TV and VCR, stereo cassette/CD equipment, and a book- and video library to escape the strong midday heat.

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