The two sister yachts—Eric & Letty—were exclusively designed in the early nineties to provide a customized cruise service to a small group of people. The twins are almost identical and exclusively entertain 20 guests each.
The yachts feature three decks with exquisite staterooms and richly inlaid interiors, a dining room where you can enjoy the Ecuadorian as well as international delicacies, a well-stuffed bar with various types of liquor, and a conference lounge with a TV and panoramic windows to entertain the travelers with a picturesque kaleidoscope of images.
There are 10 staterooms, with a private bathroom each. You can opt for a single stateroom with double beds or the one with two twin lower beds. The rooms are fully air conditioned and have all the basic amenities required. And above all, you can always find serenity in the open sun deck, where you can spend your days or nights looking at the sky or the ripples in the shallow waters of this vast Pacific archipelago of fire.
These yachts follow the same itinerary, making a round trip from San Cristobal Island. Traveling in one of these sister yachts is a luxury that you would relish to the core. It is not just about comfort, but there is also an enthralling adventure associated with this Natural History tour. These yachts include snorkeling and kayaking as part of the cruise, and to your delight, there is also the provision of snorkeling equipment and kayaks.