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Max Passengers: 14
Ship Type: Motor Yacht

Built in Holland as a luxurious private yacht, the Samba is a charming 78-foot motor sailer. Locally owned and operated, the Samba is a classic traditional steel hulled motor yacht which maintains a high level of service. Guests will enjoy delicious Ecuadorian cuisine, superbly trained captains, crew and multilingual guides for a memorable Galapagos vacation.

Amenities and Accommodations
The Samba holds to a pristine standard of yacht maintenance and carries safety equipment that meets the highest standards as well as stabilizers for a more comfortable voyage. Guests will find comfortable spacious accommodations, ample open and shaded deck space, delicious Ecuadorian and international cuisine served in the salon or on deck, and personal service on board by a superbly trained crew and guide.

Her 14 passengers are accommodated in seven air-conditioned cabins with en-suite bathrooms. Other on board amenities in include ample dining-room/saloon connected to the outdoor dining facility with large tables, TV with video-system, sound system, mini-library with books and videos and a small bar.

While her spacious cabins, open and shaded observation decks, and professional equipment provide for your enjoyment, her high safety standards assure your safe passage.
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Standard Cabins have upper and lower bunks, the bottom bunk is wider. Private bath facilities.

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