Tip Top III
- Ship Highlights
- Passengers : 16
- Includes Isabela & Fernandina Islands
- Kayaking available
- Child discounts
The first class yacht Tip Top III was designed and constructed to offer the highest level of security and comfort to our guests. The Tip Top III is a First Class Steel-hulled Motor Yacht, built to impeccably high standard in Guayauil/Ecuador. With 104 feet in length, 22 feet in beam and 5 feet in draft, the Tip Top III is a very comfortable, well known yacht in the Galapagos Islands.
Amenities on board the Tip Top III
The comfortable rooms include a bar, dining room, saloon and sun deck. All cabins and public areas are fully carpeted. A beautiful teak floored sun deck creates a delightful place for resting and relaxing on board. Guests will enjoy the use of snorkeling equipment and kayaks free of charge.
With the highly trained professional crew on board, twin main engines, twin electric generators, twin radars, Eco-sounders and GPS, Reverse Osmosis Water Maker, all the coastguard required safety equipment and 12 knot cruising speed, the Tip Top III ensures safe cruising around the Galapagos Islands.
Her 16 guests are accommodated in 10 comfortable cabins. Each cabin has a private bathroom (toilet, shower, washbasin and vanity); locker and drawers. Cabins are fully carpeted for passengers comfort.
Lower Deck Cabins
Four of the cabins in the lower deck have 2 single lower berths. Two of the cabins have one double lower berth and one single upper berth.
Upper Deck Cabins
Located on the upper deck are two caibns with one double lower berth, and two cabins with two single lower berths.
- Length: 98 feet
- Beam: 22 feet
- Draft: 5 feet
- Built: 2001 (Guayaquil)
- Cruising speed: 12 knots
- Engines: Twin N-14M TA Cummins main engines(525 HP each.)
- Electricity: Twin 55 MCGGA Cummins-Onan generators (55 kW each.) 110/220 V. AC current
- Navigation & Safety Equipment: Twin 1761, 36 miles range Furuno radars; 667 Furuno echosounder; GP-50 Furuno GPS; twin 1502 Furuno SSB radios; 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 18 feet tender with 25 HP outboard motor for 16 passengers each. Safety equipment complies with international Coast Guard regulations.
|Southern Islands||5||contact us||Galapagos: Espanola, Floreana, North Seymour, San Cristobal, Santa Cruz Island|
|Western Islands||8||contact us||Galapagos: Bartolome, Fernandina, Genovesa, Isabela, Santa Cruz Island, Santiago|
|Central Islands||4||contact us||Galapagos: Chinese Hat, Rabida, Santa Cruz Island, Santa Fe, South Plaza Island|
|Eastern Islands||8||contact us||Galapagos: Chinese Hat, Espanola, Floreana, North Seymour, Rabida, San Cristobal, Santa Cruz Island, Santa Fe, South Plaza Island|
|Islands Circumnavigation||15||contact us||Galapagos: Bartolome, Chinese Hat, Espanola, Fernandina, Floreana, Genovesa, Isabela, North Seymour, Rabida, San Cristobal, Santa Cruz Island, Santa Fe, Santiago, South Plaza Island|
Lower deck cabins. Cabins 1-2 with double lower berth and single upper berth. Cabins 3-6 with single and double lower berths.
|Cabins 7 & 8 - Single Cabins|
2 upper deck cabins with one double lower berth
|Cabins 9 & 10|
2 upper deck cabins with two single lower berths