Overview: This 14-passenger vessel is named after named after HMS Beagle in which Charles Darwin made his famous voyage, the Beagle is a magnificent 105-foot steel-hulled schooner with teak decks and a charming interior. Family run, the owners have been working in the islands since the early 1980s, so passengers enjoy a long tradition of quality hospitality. The Beagle has good food and excellent guides. The accommodations are comfortable and clean. There are nice decks for sunning and outdoor dining. She is the ideal vessel for people who enjoy sailing and traveling with a small group. Recreational equipment: kayaks, limited wet suits and snorkeling gear.
Day 1 AM Baltra Island - PM North Seymour Island.
Day 2 AM South Plaza Island - PM Santa Fe Island
Day 3 AM Punta Suarez – Española Island - PM Gardner Bay – Española Island
Day 4 AM Charles Darwin Station – Santa Cruz Island
PM Highlands – Santa Cruz Island
Day 5 AM Punta Cormorant – Floreana Island - PM Post Office Bay – Floreana Island
Day 6 AM Puerto Egas – Santiago Island - PM Bartolome Island
Day 7 AM Prince Philip´s Steps – Genovesa Island
PM Darwin Bay – Genovesa Island
Day 8 AM Black Turtle Cove – Santa Cruz Island / Baltra Island - Return
• Length: 105 feet / 32 meters.
• Beam. 22 feet / 6.7 meters.
• Accommodations: 6 double cabins and 1 smaller double with private
bathrooms & A/C
• Propulsion: Twin John Deere 235 HP (2004).
• Generators: Twin 23 kw.
• Generator output: 110 V-220 V /A/C) and 12V – 24 V (D/C).
• Equipment: Radar, GPS, magnetic compass, satellite EPRIB, 1 dingy / 1 zodiac with outboards, 2 double kayaks, desalination plant, 1 inflatable life raft (20 people) cell phone / fax and portable satellite phone.
• Crew. Captain, helmsman, steward, cook, engineer and naturalist guide.
• Cruising Speed. 9 knots.
Facilities: Teak Deck, Comfortable Salon, Ample Deck Space
Equipment: Color TV, VCR and Cell Phone/Fax,
2 Double Kayaks, Pangas, Snorkeling Equipment
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