M/Y Tip Top IV First Class
Our First Class Yacht Tip Top IV was designed and constructed to offer the highest level of security and comfort to our guests. The Tip Top IV is a First Class Steel-hulled Motor Yacht, built to impeccably high standard in Guayaquil/Ecuador in 2006.
The Tip Top IV is specially designed and built to accommodate 16 guests in comfortable cabins. With 130 feet of length, 25 feet of beam and a 6 feet Draft, the Tip Top IV is the flagship of the Tip Top Fleet in the Galapagos Islands and among the best ships available in its category.
Length: 85 ft / 25 m
Speed: 9 knots
Cabins: 8 double cabins and 1 single cab
Crew: 6 + 1 naturalist guide
Year of construction: 2006
Upper Deck: 4 cabins with two single lower berths (cabins: 7 to 10)
Upon request, all the cabins can be used as king size berths (01 double bed).
Social Areas (main deck) bar, dining room, lounge, sun deck.
8 Day Itinerary (A)
Friday AM Arrival in Baltra and transfer to boat
PM Santa Cruz: Bachas Beach
Saturday AM Santiago: Sullivan Bay
Sunday AM Genovesa: Prince Phillip's Steps
PM Genovesa: Darwin Bay
Monnday AM Santiago: James Bay
PM Santiago: Buccaneer Cove / Salt Mines
Tuesday AM Isabela: Vicente Roca Point
PM Fernandina: Espinoza Point
Wednesday AM Isabela: Urbina Bay
PM Isabela: Elizabeth Bay
Thurday AM Isabela: Tintoreras / Sierra Negra Volcano / Highlands
PM Isabela: Arnaldo Tupiza Breeding Center / Wall of tears / Wetlands
Friday AM Santa Cruz: Twin Craters
Baltra: Transfer to the airport
All transfers, in double accommodation with all facilities, all meals during the cruise, multilingual naturalist guide, purified water free to drink, coffee or tea.
Snorkel equipment, Kayaks, International and Ecuadorian food. Cruise departs and returns to Baltra Airport
Rate does not Include:
Air ticket Quito - Galapagos - Quito, entrance fee to Galapagos National Park USD 100.- per person, migration card USD 10.- per person, beverages, tips, personal items, insurance.
*NB Itinerary is subject to change without previous notice, due to weather conditions, operational matters, National Park Authorities advice, or Captain's decision for passengers' security.