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La Pinta

Vessel Type:  Small Ship

Length:  63 metres

Passenger Capacity:  48 (in 24 cabins)

Built:  1983 / refurbished 2007

After intense days of wildlife exploration, yacht La Pinta provides a haven of relaxation and tranquility with tastefully appointed accommodations and all the facilities for a stylish yet informal ambiance

A full week discovery trip to the Galapagos Islands aboard La Pinta allows encounters with unique fauna, like the famous giant Galapagos tortoises in the wild, land and marine iguanas, flamingos, penguins, blue-footed boobies and the famous Darwin’s finches.


 

La Pinta guests will cover all aspects of the Galapagos: discovery, adventure, environmental interpretation, aquatic activities, relaxation, superb service and great dining. Naturalist Guides enhance their interpretative skills with the use of state-of-the-art-expedition equipment.  Our staff embraces a spirit of adventure, while at the same time ensures that you always travel in comfort and safety.

 

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