- The M/Y Cachalote Galapagos Cruise is a comfortable Galapagos Yatch.
- Two comprehensive itineraries to choose from, western islands loop (travelers’ favorite)
- The M/Y Cachalote has gained great reviews and great popularity among travelers.
- Awarded wih Smart Voyager Certificate for its significant conservation practices
- Famous for its tasty food and knowledgeable naturalist guides.
M/Y Cachalote Galapagos Cruise Description:
Navigate across the Galapagos aboard the first-class schooner rigged motor M/Y Cachalote. Cruising aboard the Cachalote offers a relax and intimate experience. Enjoy the Galapagos sun on any of her three wooden decks or perhaps just soak into a book with the wind in your hair and salt in the air.
Accommodation & Distribution:
-8 Double cabins each with private bath. -Hot / cold water showers.
This is a beautifully decorated motor was recently re-built in 2002 to meet all security standards according to international marine safety regulations. Cachalote I accommodates 16 passengers in her 8 cabins: upper/lower berths and one matrimonial cabin all with private baths with hot/cold water showers, fully air conditioned with independent air conditioning units in each cabin. There is plenty of deck space on 3 different wooden decks with seats and cushions to relax in the shade or sunbathe during the cruise, but don’t forget that sunscreen! Enjoy beautiful cruising through the islands…spot dolphins and whales…snorkel with the sea lions…see birds with blue feet, red feet or big red ‘balloons’ on their necks…enjoy the scenery and volcanoes…and marvel at the colorful beaches. Come, relax with style aboard this new vessel. The M/Y Cachalote holds the “Smart Voyager Certificate” for sound conservation and socially responsible.
|Type:||Motor vessel / Steel hull|
|Beam:||24 ft 6 in|
|Speed:||8 knots cruising|
|Crew:||All crew are fully trained and certified. Captain, multilingual naturalist guide, cook, engineers, barman, and 4 sailors.|
|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.|