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MV Origin

Type: Superior first class motor yacht

Year Built: 2015


Capacity: 20
 
Cruising Speed: 10-12 knots

When the MV ORIGIN makes her appearance in Galapagos January 2016, she will be the newest and most comfortable 20 passenger yacht operating in Galapagos. The vessel will be owned by Ecoventura, a leader in social and environmental responsibility with over two decades of experience in sustainable tourism.  Origin will combine modern sophistication and a high level of comfort and service, with quality guided land excursions in small groups, gastronomical experiences, exciting physical activities and a dose of intellectual science providing guests a life enriching experience.

For guests with a highly evolved lifestyle, MV ORIGIN features: Experienced crew and high level Captain, Two expert naturalist guides and a Concierge to attend to your every need Gourmet style meals, indoor and al-fresco dining, Open bar policy, Sun deck with Jacuzzi, wet bar, BBQ, Spacious social areas, satellite TV, ten cabins with panoramic windows located all on one deck Fitness center with cardio equipment, Masseuse (on charters only for an additional charge) Multiple kayaks and stand up paddle boards (pending park approval), Wet suits and snorkeling equipment cabin cleaned twice daily, laundry service available.


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