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Blue Spirit Galapagos Cruise

First Class Motor Yacht

The Galapagos Blue Spirit is majestic First class motor-yacht that used to sail until 2019 as Tip Top III so it has a background of hundreds of satisfied guests that enjoyed a wonderful experience. This spacious double-deck cruise has a bilingual naturalist knowledgeable guide. The deck, including the public and private areas, is fully furnished and luxurious. Each private cabin has the facility of lockers and drawers. Some key features of the deck are as follows:

  • Lower Deck: It is designed with four cabins that have two lower single berths. This is in cabins 3, 4, 5, and 6.
  • Upper Deck: It is designed with two cabins that have one lower double berth. This is in cabins 7 and 8. It also has two cabins that have two lower single berths. This is in cabins 9 and 10.

This wonderful yacht is fully air-conditioned and offers hot water too, an ample sundeck, lounge, bar, complete snorkeling equipment (included), wet-suits (for rent) and one of its key features is that it offers both naturalist as well as diving cruises in the Archipelago.

  • 16 passengers Renewed Motor Yacht
  • Spacious Upper & Lower Deck Cabins
  • Ample Sundeck & Social Areas
  • Snorkeling Equipment & Sea-Kayaks
  • Amazing Itinerary
  • International and Local Cuisine

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  • 16 passengers Renewed Motor Yacht
  • Spacious Upper & Lower Deck Cabins
  • Snorkeling Equipment & Sea-Kayaks
  • Ample Sundeck & Social Areas
  • Amazing Itinerary
  • International and Local Cuisine

Blue Spirit Galapagos Information

Galapagos Giant Tortoises

Itinerary A
Naturalist Cruise

► DAY 01: Baltra Island / Santa Cruz Island: Highlands
► DAY 02: Santiago Island / Rabida Island: Sullivan Bay
► DAY 03: Isabela Island / Fernandina Island: Vicente Roca Point & Espinosa Point
► DAY 04: Isabela Island: Las Tintoreras & Wet Lands
► DAY 05: Mosquera Island / North Seymour Island
► DAY 06: Floreana Island: Post Office Bay & Cormorant Point
► DAY 07: South Plazas Island / Santa Fe Island
► DAY 08: Santa Cruz / Transfer Out: Bachas Beach

Tintoreras | Isabela Island | Galapagos

Itinerary B
Naturalist Cruise

► DAY 01: Baltra Island / Santa Cruz Island: Highlands
► DAY 02: Santiago Island / Rabida Island: Sullivan Bay
► DAY 03: Isabela Island / Fernandina Island: Vicente Roca Point & Espinosa Point
► DAY 04: Isabela Island: Las Tintoreras & Wet Lands
► DAY 05: Mosquera Island / Transfer Out

Cormorant Point | Florana Island | Galapagos

Itinerary C
Naturalist Cruise

► DAY 01: Baltra Island / North Seymour Island
► DAY 02: Floreana Island: Post Office Bay  & Punta Cormorant
► DAY 03: South Plazas Island / Santa Fe Island
► DAY 04: Santa Cruz Island: Bachas Beach & Highlands
► DAY 05: Santa Cruz Island / Transfer Out: Charles Darwin Station

    • Type: Motor Yacht
    • Passengers: 16, accommodated in 10 cabins
    • Year: 2001
    • Next remodeling: Summer 2019
    • Lenght: 104 feet
    • Beam: 22 feet
    • Draft: 5 feet
    • Cruise Speed: 12 Knots
    • Crew: 10 members: with Multilingual Naturalist Diver guides (1 each 8 passengers)
    • Safety and Communication System:
      (2) 24 miles range Furuno Navnet Radar/Chart Plotter
      (2) Furuno-FCV620 Eco sounder, GPS, Furuno NX300 Navtex, Furuno SCSatellite Fluxgate compass, Furuno HF-MF/DSC Radio
      (2) VHF/DSC Standard radios, ACR Epirb, Sart
      (2) ACR VHF bi directional rescue radios, Ritchie Magnetic Compass,
      hydraulic helm, barometer, clock, thermometer, helm indicator,
      searchlight, horn, fire & smoke detector system.
      (2) You Lung inflatable life rafts for 25 passengers each one
      (50) life jackets
      Twin 17 feet Nautica Inflatable boats with 25 HP four stroke outboard
      motors for 12 passengers each one.
      All safety equipment complies with International Coast Guard
      regulations.
    • Mechanic Equipment:
      Twin DEUTZ BF8M 1015 MC 442 HP engines. Twin 55 KW CUMMINS
      ONAN 6BS.9-D (M) electric generators (M). Village Marine Tec Oil /
      Water Separator, Tidal Wave HMX HEADHUNTER Marine Sanitation
      Device sewage treatment system (MSD)TW. Westphalia Separator
      Mineral oil Systems. WMSQ-2500 Reverse Osmosis desalination system.
    • Upper deck: 2 cabins with one double lower berth (cabins: 7 & 8)
      2 cabins with two single lower berths (cabins 9 & 10)
    • Under deck:
      2 cabins with one double lower berth and one single upper berth
      (cabins: 1 & 2)
      4 cabins with two single lower berths (cabins: 3 to 6)
    • Cabin Facilities Private bathroom (toilet, shower, washbasin and vanity), Locker and drawers, Safety box, Air conditioned
    • Social Areas Bar, Dining room, Lounge, Sun deck
    • Diving Equipment Compressors, Nitrox Membrane System Air

Deck Plan

Sun Deck

Upper Deck

Main Deck

Tip Top 3 | Galapagos Cruise | Main Deck

Lower Deck

Tip Top 3 | Galapagos Cruise | Lower Deck

All rates are referential, please contact us to find the best available offers with this incredible Cruise.

RACK RATE 5D/4N 8D/7N
Upper deck Cabin $5,100 $2,920
Under deck Cabin $4,900 $2,720
Single Cabin – Under deck $7,350 $4.080
Charter – Maximun 16 pax $80,000 $45.120

Inquire with our specialist

Your Galapagos Specialist
Francisco

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November 22, 2017