Style: First Class Guests: 16
The Alya offers 9 comfortable cabins for a maximum of 16 guests, as well as many comfortable social areas. The itineraries combine hiking, snorkeling, kayaking with beach time while the Certified Guides will take you to interesting and wildlife filled sites.
After the day’s excursions, relax in the library viewing a movie from the DVD collection, or on the sundeck while enjoying a drink from one of the catamaran’s two bars. Retire to one of the nine pleasant cabins, eight of which have private balconies. All are equipped with private bathrooms, cold/hot water, air conditioning, safe box and other amenities. Throughout, the Alya is elegantly and tastefully decorated.
The Alya’s eight crew members and bilingual, certified naturalist guide will assure you a safe and informative journey through the Galapagos Islands.
The five Main Deck Suites onboard the Alya are located on the main deck and are a spacious 20 square metres. Each suite has the option of a twin bed or double bed configuration. Enjoy a balcony with a small chair and table, panoramic windows, a private en-suite with hot water. The rooms all have air conditioning.
The four Upper Deck Suites are 16 square metres and are located on the Upper Deck and can be twin share or double bed configuration. Enjoy a private balcony and panoramic windows. The suite also has a private en-suite with hot water and air-conditioning.
Alfresco bar and dining area
Sundeck with lounges
All meals throughout the cruise
Transfers in the islands
Bilingual National Park Guide
Use of snorkeling equipment and wetsuit
Use of kayak
Free airport assistance
1 hotel night in Quito or Guayaquil (the day before the cruise)
Free airport transfers for Galapagos flights (on specific flights)
Year Built: 2017
Type: Luxury Motor Catamaran
Length: 32 metres
Beam: 13 metres
Draft: 5.6 metres
Speed: 12 knots
Capacity: 16 passengers, 9 Crew Members, 1 Cruise Director, 1 Bilingual Guide
Main Engines: 2x Cummins Motors 350 HP
Electric Power: 110v and 220v
Safety & Navigation: All equipment meets / exceeds the international safety standards: life vests, GPS, Sonar, Naval Radars, Fire detection & prevention systems