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M/S Lammer Law Description

The Motor Sailor Lammer Law offers lots of space and comfort for naturalist and diving cruises. She is one of the boats in our fleet that is fully equipped for diving. Attractive and functional, she is perfect for the dedicated diver as well as the naturalist passenger. An ample and stable 28.5 m / 93 ft Motor Sailer Trimaran with a cruising speed of 10 knots. She has 8 very roomy cabins for 16 passengers.

There is plenty of storage room and all beds in cabins can be arranged as double beds or single, separate beds. Each cabin has their private facilities with fresh, hot- and cold-water showers. The main salon is large, complete with bar, cozy sofas, TV/VCR and stereo. This is where passengers will gather every night to be briefed on the next day's activities, watch a film, enjoy a drink at the bar, or just relax. All meals will be served outside; the dinning room is located at the stern of the yacht.

The sun deck on Lammer Law is fantastic, and practically consists of the whole exterior area of the yacht. It has lots of space to sunbathe or read a book, take pictures or just enjoy the journey to the next island. Just aft of the main deck is the cockpit; if there is good wind the captain might put up the sails and he will be happy to teach some navigation. The artful combination of stability, grace and speed make this yacht a perfect partner for a Galapagos discovery adventure.

M/S Lammer Law Specifications

Type: Motor Sailer Trimaran, schooner rigged
Length: 93 feet

Beam: 42 feet

Builder: Algan Shipyards, Canada Showers

Speed: 10 knots (under power)

Cabins: 9 double cabins with private facilities

Crew: 7 plus 2 naturalist guides or dive master guides

Safety: The safety equipment on board either meets or exceeds USA Coast Guard regulations.

Comfort Equipment: 2 units of 600 gal/day water makers, air conditioning throughout, icemaker, stereo, TV, VCR. Electricity: 110 volts AC/60 Hz.

M/S Lammer Law Itinerary

Day 1: Saturday
Morning: Arrival to San Cristobal Island
Afternoon: San Cristobal: Isla Lobos

Day 2: Sunday
Morning: Hood (Española) Island: Gardner Bay
Afternoon: Hood (Española) Island: Punta Suarez

Day 3: Monday
Morning: Floreana Island: Punta Cormorant
Afternoon: Floreana Island: Post Office Bay & Devil's Crown

Day 4: Tuesday
Morning: Santa Cruz (Indefatigable) Island: Charles Darwin Research Station
Afternoon: Santa Cruz Island: Highlands

Day 5: Wednesday
Morning: Tower (Genovesa) Island: Darwin Bay
Afternoon: Tower Prince Phillip's Steps

Day 6: Thursday
Morning: Fernandina (Narborough) Island: Punta Espinosa
Afternoon: Isabela (Albemarle) Island: Punta Vicente Roca

Day 7: Friday
Morning: Bartolome (Bartholomew) Island: Pinnacle Rock & Overlook
Afternoon: North Seymour Island

Day 8: Saturday
Morning: Depart for Mainland Ecuador

* Please contact us to request a detailed itinerary of this trip.

IMPORTANT NOTE ON ITINERARIES: Quasar Expeditions' itineraries are subject to change without prior notice for various factors including, but not limited to: safety, weather, mechanical breakdown, unforeseen emergencies, and the discretion of the Captain, Guide, Dive Master, Quasar Expeditions and the Galapagos National Park.

M/S Lammer Law Flight Information

Quito to Guayaquil AEROGAL Flight 2K36 ETD 9:09AM ETA 10:30AM

Guayaquil to San Cristobal AEROGAL Flight 2K34 ETD 10:30AM ETA 11:15AM

San Cristobal to Guayaquil: AEROGAL Flight 2K37 ETD 12:15PM ETA 15:00PM

Guayaquil to Quito: AEROGAL Flight 2K37 ETD 15:00PM ETA 16:30PM

One checked suitcase (maximum 44 lbs.) and one carry-on are allowed per passenger. Because flight schedules and arrival departure port are always subject to change, please inform your clients to check with our office in Ecuador upon arrival to verify the correct flight times and to reconfirm their flight. If they arrive late at night, they should check at the hotel for a message from EcuadorToursOnline.com regarding any possible change to the schedule shown here. We suggest you avoid making international connections the same day as the flight may be delayed or changed to an alternate flight.

HIGH SEASON AIRFARE:

DATES: JANUARY 1-30 APRIL, JUNE 15 –14 SEP, NOV 1-31 DEC
QUITO/GALAPAGOS/ QUITO $ 395.00
QUITO/ GALAPAGOS/ GUAYAQUIL $ 373.00
GUAYAQUIL/ GALAPAGOS/ GUAYAQUIL $ 348.00
GUAYAQUIL/ GALAPAGOS/ QUITO $ 370.00

LOW SEASON AIRFARE:

DATES: MAY 1 – 14 JUNE, SEPTEMBER 15 – 31 OCTOBER
QUITO/GALAPAGOS/ QUITO $ 339.00
QUITO/ GALAPAGOS/ GUAYAQUIL $ 323.00
GUAYAQUIL/ GALAPAGOS/ GUAYAQUIL $ 302.00
GUAYAQUIL/ GALAPAGOS/ QUITO $ 325.00

Rates

TARIFAS DE BARCOS
M/S LAMMER LAW
PREPAID 2008 RATED
NATURALIST 8 DAYS CRUISE
CABIN GROSS RATE USD         REBATED OFFER USD CHECK AVAILABILITY BOOK IT
Cabins: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 3.600,00 180
  ACTIVE 8 DAYS CRUISE                                                                                 
Cabins: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 3.750,00 188
  DIVING 8 DAYS CRUISE                                                                                           
Cabins: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 3.950,00 198    


PRICES PER PERSON

PRICES INCLUDE:


- Accomodation in dbl share cabin
- All meals on board
- Excursions to the islands with a naturalist bilingual guide english and spanish

PRICES DON'T INCLUDE:

- USD $ 410,00 * Air tickets to and from the Galapagos Islands
- USD $ 100,00 Galapagos National Park Entrance Fee
- USD $ 10,00 Inmigration Card
- Alcoholic or extra drinks on board, tips and personal expenses
- Snorkelling equipment (available for rental on board)

*Fuel surcharge (cost depends on length and date of cruise and on cruiseship)


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