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  • Eric/Letty

Eric/Letty: Two identical first class cruising yachts

Days: 8 & 7 | From: $4,700/per person

The Eric and Letty are first class cruising yachts with identical characteristics, each taking a maximum of 20 passengers. These vessels have an excellent and well-earned reputation for offering top-quality service, food, and guides, and have been pioneers in operating in an environmentally sustainable manner. With two bilingual naturalist guides per yacht, guests also enjoy one of the best guide-to-guest ratios available; guided excursion options include hiking, snorkeling, kayaking, and stand-up paddle boarding. There are some departures designed specifically for families if you are traveling with children.

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Vessel Information


Accommodations include ten cabins located on three decks, each with a large private bathroom, fresh, hot-and-cold-water shower, either two twin lower beds or one double bed, a roomy closet, overhead storage, separate climate controls, intercom system, bottled water, toiletries, and fresh towels.

Dolphin deck: Cabins D1, D3 & D4 have two twin lower beds or one double bed and picture windows. Cabin D2 has one double bed and picture window. Cabins average 95 square feet / 8.8 square meters.

Booby deck: Cabins B5 & B6 cabins have one double bed and picture windows. Cabins average 90 square reef / 8.4 square meters.

Iguana deck: Cabins I7 & I8 have two twin lower beds and port lights. Cabins I9 & I10 have two twin lower beds and one upper berth with port lights and can be sold as triples. Cabins average 110 square feet / 10.2 square meters.

Yacht Specifications

Construction: 1991-1994
Type: Power Motor catamaran
Length: 83 ft. / 25 mts.
Beam: 24 ft. / 7.5 mts.
Draft: 6 ft. / 1.8 mts.
Engines: (2) 402 HP Caterpillar, 8-cylinder turbo diesel
Cruising speed: 8 knots
Accommodations: 20 guests in 10 double cabins
Crew: 11 including your Captain and two naturalist guides

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Itineraries & Pricing

Itinerary A (8 days)

Arrive to San Cristobal / Cerro Tijeretas / Leon Dormido (Kicker Rock)

San Cristobal: Cerro Brujo / Punta Pitt

Espanola:  Punta Suarez / Gardner Bay

Floreana:  Punta Cormorant / Post Office

Santa Cruz: Highlands / Charles Darwin Research Station

Bartolome / Las Bachas (Santa Cruz) / Sombrero Chino

South Plaza Island / North Seymour

San Cristobal: Interpretation Center / Return to Mainland

Itinerary B (8 days)

Arrive to San Cristobal / La Galapaguera

Genovesa:   Darwin Bay / Prince Philip´s Steps

Santa Cruz:  Las Bachas / Black Turtle Cove / Cerro Dragon

Punta Espinoza (Fernandina) / Isabel: Urbina Bay / Punta Vicente Roca

Isabela: Elizabeth Bay / Tagus Cove

Puerto Egas (Santiago) / Rabida Island

Santa Cruz: Highlands / Charles Darwin Research Station

San Cristobal Interpretation Center / Cruise Ends


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Trip length: 7 – 8 days, departing every Sunday

Max number of passengers: 20, in 10 cabins

Prices for 2019:

Included: All meals, guides & activities, soft drinks, juice, coffee and tea, select alcoholic beverages, use of snorkeling equipment, wet suits, stand up paddle boards, & kayaks

Not included: Park fees (about $120 per person), Galapagos airfare (about $530 per person), Holiday departure surcharge ($235 per person), gratuities

Iguana Deck Double:        $4,700 per person
Iguana Deck Triple:        $4,500 per person
Iguana Deck Single:       $8,225 per person
Booby Deck Double:        $5,100 per person
Dolphin Deck Double:      $5,600 per person

Passengers can disembark on Saturday for a shorter, 6 night cruise. On seasonal departure dates, there is a 10% discount off the 7 night cruise rate and this cannot be combined with any other promotional or child discounts.  The discount does not apply for peak or holiday departures.

Children 7 – 11 years old receive a 25% discount and children 12 – 17 years old receive a 15% discount during family departure dates

Single Supplement: 100%

Charters: from $98,100

Reviews from this trip

5 stars
  • The trip was amazing. Everyone was very accommodating, the food was great, and I loved the small boat environment and all the people on board.
    Leslie Rondon
  • The rooms were comfortable, clean and well designed so that our belongings could be stored away and out of our way. The food on the boat was terrific. Great chef and great crew....everyone of them. They made our trip a complete pleasure and spoiled us plenty. I highly recommend Ecoventura's Eric, Flamingo and Letty!
    Claudia Lubin
  • The crew on the Letty were there professional and did everything they could to make our experience memorable.
    Wendy & Tom Lincoln

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