Galapagos travel advisor - Lammer Law trimaran reviews
AT THE MOMENT THE LAMMER LAW IS NO LONGER IN OPERATION, IT DOES NOT OFFER GALAPAGOS CRUISES ANYMORE
Below is a description of what the Lammer Law used to offer in the Galapagos Islands:
The Lammer Law, located in the Galapagos Islands is the premier live-aboards for discerning scuba divers. At 93 feet long on deck by 42 feet wide, her size, shallow draft, and the trihull design provide extreme stability, both at anchor and underway.
She is an impressive vessel designed by Duncan Muirhead. The Lammer Law was built in 1980 in Canada and is the world's largest trimaran.
The trimaran design was chosen to provide extreme stability, shallow draft, spacious living quarters, good ventilation and to create a hull that could be easily driven without huge sail area or massive engines. There are eight staterooms that can be configured with either double beds or twins,, she can carry up to 16 passengers. Each cabin has individually controlled air-conditioning, reading lights, windows and vents and private head and shower. The main saloon is massive and contains a wetbar, complimentary soda gun, audio/visual entertainment center and several groupings of chairs and sofas for reading and socializing. All is bright, airy and quite comfortable.
Twin Zodiac inflatables handle the shore excursions and dive expeditions from the vessel. A stable ladder leads down to the twin platforms used to board the inflatables. Tanks are filled on the deck but the compressors are below decks and the noise is well insulated. The tanks are 3,000 psi aluminum 80s. Lammer Law is powered by twin 3208 Caterpillar diesels and features four air compressors, two watermakers, two generators, galley and a large maintenance area complete with the tools necessary to fix the things that might go wrong. The Lammer Law is a totally self-sufficient long range cruiser.