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LA PINTA YACHT

LA PINTA YACHT

Yacht La Pinta can accommodate up to 48 guests, with ample social areas, an observation deck (towards the bow), wrap-around windows, hot tub, cardio gym, kayaks, glass-bottom boat, sun deck, and sun loungers. This is the ideal vessel for travelers looking for a sophisticated, upscale experience of the islands.

La Pinta is considered an ideal vessel for families travelling together, with many connecting cabins. The staff aboard consistently embraces a spirit of adventure, while ensuring safety and comfort at all times.

Accommodations and facilities

Yacht La Pinta boasts some of the largest cabins of any Galápagos expedition vessel, with floor-toceiling windows and plenty of space. The bathrooms are also very ample. The yacht’s straightforward cabin configuration is distributed across the Cabin Deck.


There are 20 Luxury Cabins (Twin/Doubles) and 4 Luxury Plus Cabins (Triples). All of the beds can be separated or joined together, depending on the needs of guests. Four pairs of cabins can be interconnected for friends or families traveling together.

This spacious yacht is divided into the three following decks: boat deck, cabin deck, and main deck.

Safety and navigation

Safety Certificates: SOLAS, STCW, MARPOL, ISM CODE 12




ITINERARY NORTHERN: 5 DAYS - 4 NIGHTS (MONDAY TO FRIDAY)


WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
Monday Baltra Airport Highlands - Santa Cruz Island
Tuesday Santa Cruz Island- Eden Islet Chinese Hat Islet
Wednesday Bartolomé Island Sullivan Bay – Santiago Island
Thursday Darwin Bay Prince Philip’s Steps - Genovesa Island
Friday Baltra Airport)
 
 

ITINERARY EASTERN: 5 DAYS - 4 NIGHTS (THURSDAY TO MONDAY)


WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
Thursday Baltra Airport South Plaza Island
Friday Santa Fé Island Cerro Colorado Tortoise Habitat
Saturday Punta Pitt (San Cristóbal Island) Cerro Brujo
Sunday Punta Suárez (Española Island) Gardner Bay (Española Island)
Monday Santa Cruz & Baltra Islands
 
 

ITINERARY WESTERN: 7 DAYS - 6 NIGHTS (FRIDAY TO THURSDAY)


WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
Friday Baltra Airport North Seymour Island
Saturday Punta Vicente Roca (Isabela Island) Punta Espinoza (Fernandina Island)
Sunday Urbina Bay (Isabela Island) Tagus Cove (Isabela Island)
Monday Rábida Island Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz Island)
Tuesday Puerto Ayora & Charles Darwin Research Station Highlands of Santa Cruz Island
Wednesday Post Office Bay (Floreana Island) Champion Islet & Punta Cormorant (Floreana Island)
Thursday Baltra Airport
 
 

ITINERARY EASTERN AND NORTHERN: 9 DAYS - 8 NIGHTS (THURSDAY TO FRIDAY)


WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
Thursday Baltra Airport South Plaza Island
Friday Santa Fé Island Cerro Colorado & Tortoise Breeding Center (San Cristóbal Island)
Saturday Punta Pitt (San Cristóbal Island) Cerro Brujo
Sunday Punta Suárez (Española Island) Gardner Bay (Española Island)
Monday Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz Island) Highlands of Santa Cruz Island
Tuesday Eden Islet (Santa Cruz Island) Chinese Hat Islet
Wednesday Bartolomé Island Sullivan Bay (Santiago Island)
Thursday Darwin Bay Prince Philip’s Steps - Genovesa Island
Friday Baltra Airport

Included:

  • Accommodation as confirmed.
  • All mentioned meals (full-board); filtered water, coffee and tea.
  • All guided excursions & activities as mentioned in the itinerary by a National Park certified naturalist guide.
  • Beach towels & snorkeling gear (snorkel, mask, fins; optional wet-suits for hire)

Not included:

  • Round flight to Galápagos.

  • Soft and alcoholic drinks.

  • Galápagos National Park entrance fee & Transit Control Card (currently US$120, subject to change).

  • Personal travel insurance.

  • Personal expenses, extras and tip

Technical specification:

• Capacity: 48 guests.

• Length Overall: 63.87m (209.49ft).

• Breadth: 12.50 m (41 ft).

• Maximum Draft: 4.00 m (12 ft).

• Gross Tonnage: 1,438.32 tons.

• Cruising Speed: 10 knots.

• Decks: Three public decks include an ample bar-salon, dining room, natural history library, sky bar and sundeck.

• Wellness: Hot tub, fitness room.

• Type of vessel: Motor yacht.

• Electricity: 110-220 volts 50Hz.

• Life Jackets: In each cabin.

• Inflatable Life Craft: 2 x 50-man and 6 x 25-man.

• Landing Craft: 4 Pumar inflatable craft + glass bottom boat.

• Crew (27): Including officers.

• Naturalist Guides (4): Including Expedition Leader.

• Medical Officer: Permanently on.