She is a cruise ship that accommodates half the number of passengers of vessels her size in the Galapagos. This vessel preserves the smaller boat atmosphere and the attention to detail we pride ourselves in having on all our boats. Her features include an alfresco dining area for all 48 passengers, a naturalist guide for every 12 passengers, and a library/video room. She is equipped with such amenities as air conditioning, a 20 ft. (6m) pool, observation deck, al fresco dining area, and an entertainment center with library, stereo, VCR & TV, and on-board shop for all those things you might have forgotten.
Extremely comfortable and attractive, with sober decoration, rich paneling, and furnishings in Seike (a beautiful local hardwood), writing desks, large closets, ocean view windows, or portholes, the Eclipse’s cabins and staterooms are among the largest of any vessel in the Galapagos. Her suites are located on the highest boat deck and have convertible sofa-beds and a bathtub. Staterooms include a guest chair and have either one queen-sized or two twin sized beds. Doubles and singles are located on the main deck and have either two-twin or queen bed arrangements.