Cachalote Explorer Yacht

Cachalote Explorer Yacht Cruise

From $2,970.00

Originally built as a fishing boat in 1988 in Vancouver-Canada, this large and spacious motor vessel was converted into a passenger vessel in the early 2000’s.  This charming and comfortable small Yacht has 8 spacious cabins (16 guest capacity) each with their own private bathroom equipped with Hot/Cold-water shower, air-conditioned throughout; it also offers a large dining area plus ample deck areas for relaxing, al-fresco dinning, stargazing and mingling with your travel companions.

This picturesque Midrange class Yacht was built tough to sail the rough waters of the Canadian West Coast, which means that it provides great stability for smooth and relaxing sailing while enjoying its marvelous itineraries around the Enchanted Galapagos Paradise! 

Under the exerienced helm of Judy Carvajal and with help of the top naturalist guides the Cachalote has planned 3 specialized cruise routes in 6 and 8 days loops visiting the most important Galapagos visitor sites. 

Itineraries

Tower Itinerary

8 Days

Isabela Itinerary

6 Days

Fernandina Itinerary

8 Days

Technical Specifications

  • Category: Standard First-Class Motor Vessel
  • Capacity: 16 passengers
  • L.O.A: 88ft
  • Beam: 24ft
  • Salon Dimensions: 17.5ft x 35ft
  • Type: Motor Vessel, Steel hull
  • Mechanical Equipment: 1 main Caterpillar Engine, 3 Generators (110v), 2 reverse osmosis water makers, sewage treatment plant
  • Safety Equipment: VHF (DSC) & HF (DSC) radios. EPIRB, SART, Hunter satellite tracking device, 2 GPS’s, 2 radars, depth sounder, flares, basic first aid kits, 2 tenders with outboards, fin keels for extra stability, flotation rings, life rafts with surplus capacity for all passengers and crew, fire alarm system.
  • Guest Accommodation: 8 cabins each with private bath. Hot / cold water showers. Combination of Queen, Double and Twin sized mattresses.
  • Crew: All crew are fully trained and certified. Captain, multilingual naturalist guide, cook, engineers, barman, and 4 sailors.
  • Cruising speed: 8 knots (appx.)