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The Tip Top II is a 85 foot steel hulled motor yacht built in Guayaquil, Ecuador. It provides very comfortable accommodation and meals for your natural history tour of the Galapagos Islands. Fully refurbished in December, 1998, it accommodates 16 passengers in 8 double cabins each with private shower and toilet. There is a bar, dining room, library, sundeck and diving platform. All cabins and public areas are fully carpeted and air conditioned.
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APROXIMATE PRICE CATEGORY
I
$ 2.000
II
$ 1.501 - $ 2.000
III
$ 1.001 - $ 1500
IV
$ 500 - $ 1.000

NOTES:

  • All rates are per person in U.S. dollars and subject to change without notice.
  • Send us an email and we will confirm the best price and suitable dates for your tour.
  • Take advantage of last minute prices.
  • Choose the best package for your unforgettable holidays.
  • Our clients are the best guarantee of our service.





ITINERARY
 
REGULAR 8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS ITINERARY
FRIDAY TO FRIDAY
Friday

Baltra / Sail around Daphne / Las Bachas Beach

Saturday

Darwin Bay / Prince Phillip's Steps (Genovesa Island)

Sunday

James Bay (Santiago Island) & Bartolome Island

Monday

Santa Cruz: Highlands and Charles Darwin Research Station

Tuesday

Plazas Island / Santa Fe Island.

Wednesday

Gardner Bay / Punta Suarez (Española Island)

Thursday

Punta Cormorant / Post Office Bay (Floreana Island)

Friday

North Seymour / Baltra

REGULAR 5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS ITINERARY
MONIDAY TO FRIDAY
Monday

Baltra / Puerto Ayora: Charles Darwin Station

Tuesday

Plazas Island / Santa Fe Island.

Wednesday

Gardner Bay / Punta Suarez (Española Island)

Thursday

Punta Cormorant / Post Office Bay (Floreana Island)

Friday

North Seymour Island / Baltra

REGULAR 5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS ITINERARY
FRIDAY TO TUESDAY
Friday

Baltra / Sail around Daphne / Las Bachas Beach

Saturday

Darwin Bay / Prince Phillip's Steps (Genovesa Island)

Sunday

James Bay (Santiago Island) & Bartolome Island

Monday ( * )

Santa Cruz: Highlands and Charles Darwin Research Station

Tuesday

Puerto Ayora / Baltra

( * ) Monday overnight at Puerto Ayora
NOTES: Considering the changes in the flight schedules, weather conditions and National Park Regulations, we have included several alternatives to the visits offered to our passengers in the first and last day of the cruise program. The Guide will provide information about the final program.

We will not be held responsible for any refunds whatsoever for changes to the printed or scheduled itinerary
TECHNICAL
 
SPECIFICATIONS
 
  • Built in Guayaquil / Ecuador (1998)
  • Lenght: 85 feet
  • Beam: 20 feet
  • Draft: 5 feet
  • Twin GM 6-71 Detroit diesel main engines (175 HP each.)
  • Twin Perkins generators (40 kW each.)
  • 110/220 V. AC current
  • Cruising speed: 9 knots

    Navigation & Safety Equipment
  • Twin 24 miles range Furuno radar's; Apelco Loran echosounder; GP-50 Furuno GPS; MC-7000 SSB radio; M125 Icom VHF radio; ACR RLB-23 Epirb; Silva 150 magnetic compass, barometer; clock; thermometer; helm indicator; searchlight; horn, twin Elliot inflatable life rafts for 12 passengers each (Solas 74/83); 50 life jackets; fire & smoke detectors; complete fire system; twin 17 feet tender with 25 HP outboard motor for 12 passengers each. Safety equipment complies with international Coast Guard regulations

    Yacht Equipment
    Freezer; icemaker; refrigerator; electric range with grill & oven; fully air-conditioned (Aqua Air Chill Water System); hot & cold freshwater pressure system; Royal flush electric toilets; TV; VCR; stereo music system. Upon request Bauer Nautilus dive compressor; 50 diving cylinders with harness & weight belts. Snorkeling gear available for rent

Guest Accommodation
16 passengers in 8 double and 1 single cabins. Each cabin with private bathroom (toilet, shower, washbasin and vanity); locker and drawers. Bar , dining room, library, sun deck and diving platform. All cabins and public areas are fully carpeted. Cabins are located as follows:

  • LOWER DECK - 6 cabins with two single lower berths (cabins 1 to 6)
  • UPPER DECK - 2 cabins with two single lower berths (cabins 7-8)
  • UPPER DECK - 1 cabin with one double lower berth (cabin 9




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