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  • Reina Silvia

Reina Silvia: A spacious and welcoming boat

Days: 8 | From: $4,845/per person

The Reina Silvia has 6 staterooms on the main deck: 2 double staterooms that can be configured with 2 twin beds or 1 king bed, and 4 staterooms that can serve as doubles (twin or king) or triples (with a Pullman-style bed).

All cabins have private bathrooms, individual climate controls and ample storage space for clothing and luggage.

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Vessel Information

Accommodations

The Reina Silvia has 6 staterooms on the main deck: 2 double staterooms that can be configured with 2 twin beds or 1 king bed, and 4 staterooms that can serve as doubles (twin or king) or triples (with a Pullman-style bed).

All cabins have private bathrooms, individual climate controls and ample storage space for clothing and luggage.


Yacht Specifications

Construction: relaunched in 2011
Type: First Class Yacht
Length: 90 ft. / 27.4 mts.
Beam: 22 ft. / 7 mts.
Draft: 6 ft. / 2 mts.
Engines: (2) GM 8V71 N
Speed: 10 knots
Accommodations: 2 double staterooms that can be configured with 2 twin beds or 1 king bed; 4 staterooms that can serve as doubles (twin or king) or triples (with a Pullman-style bed)
Crew: Captain, Bilingual Naturalist Guide, plus 6 crew members

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Itineraries & Pricing

Eastern Route Itinerary (8 days)

Saturday
Arrive to Baltra / Santa Cruz Highland / Charles Darwin Research Station

Sunday
Española: Gardner Bay / Punta Suárez

Monday
Isla Lobos / Kicker Rock / Punta Pitt (San Cristóbal)

Tuesday
Santa Fe / South Plaza

Wednesday
Genovesa: Darwin Bay / El Barranco

Thursday
Sullivan Bay (Santiago) / Bartholome

Friday
Rábida / Sombrero Chino

Saturday
Return to Mainland

Western Route Itinerary (8 days)

Saturday
Arrive to Baltra / Santa Cruz Highland / Charles Darwin Research Station

Sunday
Floreana: Punta Cormorant / Post Office Bay

Monday
Isabela: Punta Moreno / Elizabeth Bay

Tuesday
Urbina Bay (Isabela) / Punta Espinoza (Fernandina)

Wednesday
Isabela: Tagus Cove / Punta Vicente Roca

Thursday
Santiago: Puerto Egas / Espumilla Beach

Friday
Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz) / North Seymour

Saturday
Return to Mainland

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Pricing

Trip length: 8 day itineraries

Max number of passengers: 16, in 8 cabins

Prices 2019:

Included: All meals, guides & activities, soft drinks, juice, coffee and tea, use of snorkeling equipment

Not included: Park fees (about $120 per person), Galapagos airfare (about $520 per person), gratuities, wet suits

8 day cruise: $4,845 per person

Charters: from $53,450

Single Supplement: 70%

Christmas & New Year Supplement: 25%

Children 11 years and under receive a 20% discount

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