ANAHI FIRST CLASS CATAMARAN

General Description
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M/C Anahi is a Power Catamaran Yacht, built in Guayaquil, Ecuador, launched by the end of 2006 with high comfort standards. With unparalleled stability, your cruise is guaranteed to be a restful and relaxed with high standard level of comfort. She offers accommodations in 6 twin (2 can be transformed in a double bed) cabins (14m2 each) located in the main deck and 2 suit cabins (25m2 each) located in the upper deck. As a Catamaran, the Anahi has great stability and is a good choice for passengers who have little or no experience at sea.

The Anahi has an environmental and social friendly operation, ensuring a responsible and sustainable tourism.The accommodation for sixteen voyagers is distributed amongst six 14m2 twin cabins on the main deck (2 transformable to double bed), and two 25m2 suite cabins on the upper deck. Every cabin includes large windows - portrait type - looking to the ocean, beautiful wooden floor and cozy private facilities with hot/cold water shower, besides to a locker, closet and air conditioning. Additionally, on the main deck, the yacht offers ample resting areas, library, TV-DVD room, comfortable dining room and lounge. On the upper deck, the yacht features a charming bar and an excellent area for relaxation, together with a Jacuzzi for six people. On top of the bar area we find the ample sundeck with resting chairs for eight people.

Technical Characteristics:anahi doublcab
Category: First Class
Year: 2006
Length: 90.50 ft. / 27.60 m
Beam: 36.08 ft. / 11 m
Capacity: 18 passengers (Authorization navigation: 16 passengers)
Main Engines: 2 x John Deere IMO 300 HP each
Electric System: 2 x 50 kW generators (IMO) (110v and 220v. AC)
Speed: 10 knots
Water Capacity: 3000 gal. Plus water maker with capacity of 1000 gal/ day
Diesel Capacity: 200 gallons
Material Construction: Glass fiber
Interiors: wooden flooring
Exterior: Teakwood flooring
Crew: 9 + 1 naturalist bilingual guideanah sund
Navigation & Safety Equipment: One 48 miles Radar; Echo sounder; GPS; One VHF radio; Epirb; Magnetic compass; 2 Rigid life rafts for 15 passengers each; 30 SOLAS life jackets; fire & smoke detectors; complete fire system; 2 Zodiac rafts for 10 persons each. Safety equipment complies with international Coast Guard regulations.
Accommodation: 16 passengers in 6 twin bed cabins on main deck and 2 suits on upper deck.

Itinerary B1 8 Days Friday - Friday
Friday:  Am. Arrival to Baltra Island. Visit the town of Puerto Ayora and transfer to the boat.
Pm: Santa Cruz Island: Visit to the Galapagos Turtle Wildlife Reserve.
Saturday:  Am: Isabela Island: Visit to the Tintoreras / Wall of tears / Galapagos turtle observation center.
Pm: Isla Isabela: Excursion to the Sierra Negra volcano.
Sunday:  Am: Isla Isabela: Visit Punta Moreno.
Pm: Isabela Island: Visit Elizabeth Bay.anah rest ar
Monday:  Am: Isla Isabela: Visit Urbina Bay.
Pm: Isla Isabela: Visit Tagus Cove.
Tuesday:  Am: Fernandina Island: Visit Punta Espinoza
Pm: Isla Isabela: Visit Punta Vicente Roca
Wednesday:  Am: Isla Santiago: Visit Puerto Egas
Pm: Visit Rábida Island
Thursday:  Am: Visit Chinese Hat
Pm: Visit Bartolomé Island
Friday:  Am: Visit North Seymour Island
Baltra Island: Transfer to the airport for a return flight.

Rates Include:
All the foods, Snacks after the visits, Galapagos National Park bilingual naturalist guide, Non-carbonated drinks (water, coffee and tea), Fuel surcharge. 

Rates Do Not Include:anah sunde
Entrance to the Galapagos National Park ($ 100), Galapagos Immigration Control Card ($ 20), Airfare to and from Galapagos, Carbonated and alcoholic beverages, Travel or medical insurance, Tips, Wetsuit.

Important notes:
- All prices are in US dollars.
- Individual Supplement: 70% 

Children Policy: Children under 12 sharing a cabin with their parents: 20% less (subject to change).

Note*: These itineraries are subject to variations due to weather conditions or the Galapagos National Park Regulations.

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