Welcome to your home in the Galapagos Islands! Letty is a yacht that can accommodate up to twenty guests, the yacht has three main deck with spacious staterooms. The ten cabins on board the Letty are furnished with either twin beds or one double bed. In the cabins there is a roomy closet and drawers, overhead storage, climate control, an intercom system, and a private bathroom. Next to that, the Letty also has spacious social areas which include a sundeck, dining room, bar, conference area and a library. To ensure the best experience during the tours there will be one guide available per group of 10 

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

 Class  Luxe Boat 
Capacity 20 passengers
Construction year 1991
Type Motor Yacht 
Guide level Galapagos Naturalist guide level I
Length 25 m
Width 7 m  
Cabins Dolphin Deck: 1 Double bed and picture window & 3 two Twin lower beds and picture windows
Booby Deck: 2 Double bed and picture windows
Iguana Deck: 2 Twin lower beds and port lights & 2 twin lower beds and one upper berth with port light
(These two cabins can be used as triples)
Airco Yes
Snorkel equipment & wetsuits The snorkeling equipment (mask, tube, fins) and wetsuits are included in the rate

 

There is Air conditioning, Media Center,  Lounge, Bar and Boutique, Library and Sunbathing Area.

 

ITINERARIES

When visiting the Galapagos Islands for one week there are tradeoffs regarding the landing sites you can and can’t see, in a place where one can encounter as great a variation crossing from one side of a bay or island to another, as traversing the entire archipelago. This has always been the case. Recently the Galapagos National Park decided to reduce the environmental impact on its 40 + visitor landing sites by requiring that yachts wait 14 days before returning to a given National Park visitor site. As a result of this ruling each of our yachts will operate different itineraries. 

If you only have a week to spend in the Galapagos you will be happy to know that there is no better or worse itinerary, just different. 

Galapagos adventure

ITINERARY A
8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS 

Sunday:           AM: Flight to San Cristobal Airport

                          PM: Tijeretas Hill & Kicker Rock

Monday:          AM: Witch Hill

                          PM: Pitt Point

Tuesday:          AM: Suarez Point

                          PM: Gardner Bay & Gardner Islet

Wednesday:     AM: Cormorant Point, Devil’s Crown OR Champion Islet

                           PM: Post Office Bay

Thursday:         AM: Highlands of Santa Cruz

                           PM: Charles Darwin Station & Fausto Llerena Breeding Center

Friday:               AM: Bartolomé Island

                           PM: Bachas Beach OR Black Turtle Cove & Chinese Hat

Saturday:          AM: South Plaza Island

                           PM: North Seymour Island

  

Sunday:            AM: Interpretation Center

                           PM: Tour ends. Transfer to San Cristobal Airport

 

ITINERARY B
8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS 

Sunday:           AM: Flight to San Cristobal Airport

                          PM: Galapaguera & Colorado Hill

Monday:          AM: Darwin Bay

                          PM: Prince Philip’s Steps

Tuesday:         AM: Bachas Beach OR Black Turtle Cove

                          PM: Dragon Hill

Wednesday:    AM: Espinosa Point

                          PM: Urbina Bay OR Vicente Roca Point

Thursday:        AM: Elizabeth Bay 

                          PM: Tagus Cove

Friday:              AM: Egas Port 

                          PM: Rábida Island

Saturday:         AM: Highlands of Santa Cruz

                          PM: Charles Darwin Station & Fausto Llerena Breeding Center

  

Sunday:            AM: Interpretation Center

                           PM: Tour ends. Transfer to San Cristobal Airport

 

INCLUDED
All meals on board of the cruise from lunch on day 1 to breakfast on last cruise day
All activities as described with a bilingual naturalist guide
Water, tea, coffee unlimited
Snorkeling equipment and Wetsuits
Kayaks

Accommodation in a double room with a private bathroom
Transportation in Galapagos
Airport transfers in Galapagos (when your flights arrive on the same day as start date of the cruise and when your flight leaves the same day as the end date of your cruise)
24/7 Dutch, English & Spanish assistance


NOT INCLUDED

Flights from/to Galapagos (we can also arrange the flights for you)
Galapagos National Park entrance fee: $100 p.p.
Migratory Control Card: $20 p.p.
Isabela dock fee $5 p.p. (if the itinerary includes Isabela island)
Water taxis (from and to the shore)
Alcoholic drinks
Wetsuits (Special size)
Personal expenses
Optional tips for the guide
Personal travel insurance

PRICE
Please contact us for the up to date pricing.
It is possible that during high season the prices increase or that some time before departure the prices decreases and that it become a last minute deal. 

ADVANTAGES OF BOOKING WITH REBECCA ADVENTURE TRAVEL

  • 0% Credit card fee for Last Minute Cruises: for customers who book a cruise with Rebecca Adventure Travel, the quoted price is the final one. There is no extra charge for the credit card payment.
  • Personal attention: the team would like to get to know the customers so they can create the perfect holiday;
  • The staff: the staff use their passion and own travel experiences to create tours of high quality;
  • Authenticity: the tours are personally selected by Rebecca and are a unique and authentic experience;
  • Tailor made: tell the team your preferences and they will create an unforgettable experience;
  • 24/7 assistance: our team can be contacted 24/7 by phone in case of emergencies or unexpected situations (they speak English, Spanish and Dutch!);
  • Insurances: customers will be traveling safely with Rebecca Adventure Travel because they are insured by Dutch guarantee funds (GGTO & VvKR).

*It is important that you will have current travel insurance including personal medical insurance. Please inform us of any known medical conditions you have.
*The operator reserves the right to change the itinerary without previous notice due to weather, National Park regulations or notifications and unforeseeable circumstances.