From top to bottom the Santa Cruz II features ample, indulgent spaces. Modern, generous social areas laid out with choice contemporary materials feature prominently on four of its five decks. With an intelligent layout, including wide hallways and broad stairwells, guests will immediately know their way around. From dining areas indoors and out, the fitness room and Jacuzzis to the elegant bar and lounge, not to forget the well-stocked library, the ship is designed to please with sophisticated simplicity. Luxury ratios of crew and guides to passengers guarantee individual quality attention.
Activities to do: SN: Snorkelling – SW: Swimming – HK: Hiking – DR: Dinghy ride
**Note: internet connections onboard consists in computer stations and wifi in the vessel social areas; due to the Galapagos´remote location, internet connections are intermittent and low band width.
|Accommodation||The ship has 50 cabins for 90 guests, 36 of which can be interconnected, offering flexibility for guests from single travelers to families. |
Explorer cabins are located on the Expedition, Horizon and Panorama Decks. The cabins have air conditioning, picture window, hair dryer, iPod/MP3 docking station, numerous electrical outlets, public address, system, in-room safe, reading lights
Darwin suites: 3 suites on the Panorama Deck. They can be interconnected with an Explorer double cabin to increase space. Amenities: inset tablet in each suite, L`Occitane-en-Provence amenities in bathrooms, bathrobes, deluxe extra pillows, special edition take-home coffee table book, air conditioning, large picture windows, hair dryer, iPode/MP3 docking station, numerous electrical outlets,, public address system, in-room safe, reading lights, free internet access, wetsuit usage included, turn-down service delicacy, in-cabin national & international magazines.
|Crew||52 + 8 guide|
|Length||235 ft / 71.8 m|
|Beam||43 ft / 13.4 m|
Gulliver Expeditions is a local operator that organizes Ecuador Tours to travelers that like to experience Unlimited Adventures like climbing to the closest point on earth to the sun in the Chimborazo Volcano or travel along the deepest landscapes in the Amazon Rainforest to the stunning sceneries of the Galapagos Islands.