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Eric, Letty Yachts

Eric, Letty Yachts, Galapagos Islands Ecuador, Galapagos Cruises, Tours, Last Minute Deals , Honeymoons. These identical Superior first-class 20-passenger motor-yachts, the M/Y Eric, Flamingo I and Letty, offer superior comfort in spacious accommodations. Picture windows surround the upper two decks and offer a spectacular panoramic view of the ocean and landscape. Enjoy sea breezes, sunshine or a sky full of stars on lounge chairs and recliners located on the sun deck.

Each yacht features ten double cabins, fully air conditioned throughout, private bath facilities with fresh, hot-and-cold-water shower, hair dryer, toiletries, roomy closet and drawers, overhead storage, separate climate controls, intercom system, dining room, bar and conference area, TV, DVD player, board games, library , sun deck and observation points.

  • Length: 83 feet (25 m)
  • Beam: 24 feet (7 m)
  • Capacity: 20 Passengers
  • Accommodation: 10 double outside cabins with 2 twin lower beds or 1 double bed, each with private bath & hot shower
  • On Board: sun deck, ample-sized common areas including dining room, conference room, bar, stereo cassette/CD equipment, book- and video library
  • Speed: 12 knots

8-day Southern Route

Sunday-Sunday:
SUNAmSan Cristobal Island Arrival to airport where your trip will begin. San Cristobal is the first island in the Galapagos that Charles Darwin visited.
PmSan Cristobal Island: La Galapaguera Learn about the giant tortoise breeding programme established by the National Park
San Cristobal Island: Cerro Colorado Amazing views of La Galapaguera as well as the south and eastern coasts of the island
MONAmSan Cristobal Island: Cerro Brujo A beautiful white-sand beach full of pelicans, blue-footed boobies, sea lions and marine iguanas.
PmSan Cristobal Island: Pitt Point Here there are endemic species such as lava lizards and red-footed boobies.
TUEAmEspañola Island: Suárez Point Suárez Point is one of the most outstanding wildlife areas of the archipelago.
PmEspañola Island: Gardner Bay Gardner Bay has a magnificent beach with turquoise waters. The bay is home of a large colony of sea lions.
WEDAmFloreana Island: Cormorant Point Cormorant Point offers a trail overlooking a saltwater lagoon that is a favourite of flamingos.
Floreana Island: Devil’s Crown Arguably the best snorkeling site in the islands, Devil’s Crown boasts an amazing variety of fish.
PmFloreana Island: Post Office Bay A white-sand beach where in the past sailors used to leave and receive their letters in a barrel.
THUAmIsabela Island: The Wall of Tears Isabela was a penal colony. Prisoners were made build a wall with huge blocks of lava as punishment.
PmIsabela Island: Sierra Negra Volcano On the way up you can see lush vegetation and the summit offers a spectacular view of the lowlands.
FRIAmSanta Cruz Island: Black Turtle Cove This shallow inlet is surrounded by mangroves and provides natural protection for a variety of marine life.
PmBartholomew Island Visit the Pinnacle Rock and the white-sand beach: the best area to get photos of Galápagos penguins.
SATAmSouth Plaza Island South Plaza has one of the largest populations of land iguanas in the Galápagos.
PmSanta Cruz Island: Highlands The highlands are located in the northern part of the island and can reach elevations up to 1500 mt.
SUNAmSan Cristobal Island: Interpretation Center A series of interactive exhibits providing information about the history and biodiversity of the Galápagos.
 San Cristobal Airport

8-day Western Route

Sunday-Sunday:
SUNAmSan Cristobal Island Arrival to airport where your trip will begin. San Cristobal is the first island in the Galapagos that Charles Darwin visited.
PmSan Cristobal Island: Playa Ochoa This small Island just an hour from San Cristobal Island is a subtle introduction to the Galápagos Islands.
San Cristobal Island: Leon Dormido This island comprises two rocks which jut out of the ocean and is home to a large colony of sea birds.
MONAmGenovesa Island: Prince Phillip’s Steps An extraordinary, steep path leads through a seabird colony full of life, up to cliffs that are 25m high.
PmGenovesa Island: Darwin Bay A coral beach where a 750 mt. trail takes you through more seabird colonies.
TUEAmSanta Cruz Island: Bachas Beach A swimming beach and one of the few remnants of the U.S. World War II presence in the Galápagos.
PmNorth Seymour Island Explore the rocky coast, passing colonies of blue-footed boobies and magnificent frigatebirds.
WEDAmFernandina Island: Espinosa Point A narrow stretch of land where hundreds of marine iguanas gather largely on black lava rocks.
PmIsabela Island: Tagus Cove An opportunity to see penguins as well as marine iguanas, Sally Lightfoot crabs and sea lions.
THUAmIsabela Island: Elizabeth Bay As enter you the bay, hawks can soar overhear and schools of fish can be seen swimming underneath.
PmIsabela Island: Urbina Bay Its waters are a good place to see turtles and rays. Ashore you’ll find a short trail leading to a coral reef.
FRIAmSantiago Island: Puerto Egas Puerto Egas, with its black sand beaches, was the site of small salt mining industry in the 1960s.
PmRábida Island A bird-watcher’s delight. Species includes Flycatchers, Galapagos Hawks and Brown Pelicans.
SATAmSanta Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station An organisation that provides scientific assistance to ensure the proper preservation of the Galápagos.
PmSanta Fe Island A volcanic uplift that hosts a forest of Opuntia and palo santo. Endemic land iguanas are often seen
SUNAmSan Cristobal Island: Interpretation Center A series of interactive exhibits providing information about the history and biodiversity of the Galápagos.
PmSan Cristobal Airports

15-day Galapagos Itinerary

Sunday-Sunday:
SUNAmSan Cristobal Island Arrival to airport where your trip will begin. San Cristobal is the first island in the Galapagos that Charles Darwin visited.
PmSan Cristobal Island: La Galapaguera Learn about the giant tortoise breeding programme established by the National Park
San Cristobal Island: Cerro Colorado Amazing views of La Galapaguera as well as the south and eastern coasts of the island
MONAmSan Cristobal Island: Cerro Brujo A beautiful white-sand beach full of pelicans, blue-footed boobies, sea lions and marine iguanas.
PmSan Cristobal Island: Pitt Point Here there are endemic species such as lava lizards and red-footed boobies.
TUEAmEspañola Island: Suárez Point Suárez Point is one of the most outstanding wildlife areas of the archipelago.
PmEspañola Island: Gardner Bay Gardner Bay has a magnificent beach with turquoise waters. The bay is home of a large colony of sea lions.
WEDAmFloreana Island: Cormorant Point Cormorant Point offers a trail overlooking a saltwater lagoon that is a favourite of flamingos.
Floreana Island: Devil’s Crown Arguably the best snorkeling site in the islands, Devil’s Crown boasts an amazing variety of fish.
PmFloreana Island: Post Office Bay A white-sand beach where in the past sailors used to leave and receive their letters in a barrel.
THUAmIsabela Island: The Wall of Tears Isabela was a penal colony. Prisoners were made build a wall with huge blocks of lava as punishment.
PmIsabela Island: Sierra Negra Volcano On the way up you can see lush vegetation and the summit offers a spectacular view of the lowlands.
FRIAmSanta Cruz Island: Black Turtle Cove This shallow inlet is surrounded by mangroves and provides natural protection for a variety of marine life.
PmBartholomew Island Visit the Pinnacle Rock and the white-sand beach: the best area to get photos of Galápagos penguins.
SATAmSouth Plaza Island South Plaza has one of the largest populations of land iguanas in the Galápagos.
PmSanta Cruz Island: Highlands The highlands are located in the northern part of the island and can reach elevations up to 1500 mt.
SUNAmSan Cristobal Island: Interpretation Center A series of interactive exhibits providing information about the history and biodiversity of the Galápagos.
PmSan Cristobal Island: Playa Ochoa This small Island just an hour from San Cristobal Island is a subtle introduction to the Galápagos Islands.
San Cristobal Island: Leon Dormido This island comprises two rocks which jut out of the ocean and is home to a large colony of sea birds.
MONAmGenovesa Island: Prince Phillip’s Steps An extraordinary, steep path leads through a seabird colony full of life, up to cliffs that are 25m high.
PmGenovesa Island: Darwin Bay A coral beach where a 750 mt. trail takes you through more seabird colonies.
TUEAmSanta Cruz Island: Bachas Beach A swimming beach and one of the few remnants of the U.S. World War II presence in the Galápagos.
PmNorth Seymour Island Explore the rocky coast, passing colonies of blue-footed boobies and magnificent frigatebirds.
WEDAmFernandina Island: Espinosa Point A narrow stretch of land where hundreds of marine iguanas gather largely on black lava rocks.
PmIsabela Island: Tagus Cove An opportunity to see penguins as well as marine iguanas, Sally Lightfoot crabs and sea lions.
THUAmIsabela Island: Elizabeth Bay As enter you the bay, hawks can soar overhear and schools of fish can be seen swimming underneath.
PmIsabela Island: Urbina Bay Its waters are a good place to see turtles and rays. Ashore you’ll find a short trail leading to a coral reef.
FRIAmSantiago Island: Puerto Egas Puerto Egas, with its black sand beaches, was the site of small salt mining industry in the 1960s.
PmRábida Island A bird-watcher’s delight. Species includes Flycatchers, Galapagos Hawks and Brown Pelicans.
SATAmSanta Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station An organisation that provides scientific assistance to ensure the proper preservation of the Galápagos.
PmSanta Fe Island A volcanic uplift that hosts a forest of Opuntia and palo santo. Endemic land iguanas are often seen
SUNAmSan Cristobal Island: Interpretation Center A series of interactive exhibits providing information about the history and biodiversity of the Galápagos.
 San Cristobal Airport

cabin categories

deck-plans

dolphin deck

Cabins #1,3 & 4 have two twin lower beds or one double bed and picture windows.
Cabin # 2 has one double bed and picture window.
(Cabins average 95 square feet / 8.8 square meters)

booby deck

Cabins # 5 & 6 cabins have one double bed and picture windows.
(Cabins average 90 square reef / 8.4 square meters)

iguana deck

Cabins #7 & 8 have two twin lower beds and port lights.
Cabins # 9 & 10 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)

SINGLE cabins are limited and assigned by Ecoventura to the best cabin available at the time of sailing.