The Delfin II is a luxurious and sophisticated way to to experience the best of the Amazon Region. Built in 2009, the boat features 14 cabins, 4 of which are Master Suites, encorporating impressive 180° panoramic windows to watch the best of the unique Amazonian flora and fauna which is passing by your window. The remaining 10 suites, including two which can be interconnected to accommodate families, have movie screen sized windows and first-rate design. A vast array of common areas, including the dining room, an observation deck, lounge, bar, an entertainment centre and a lecture centre provide ample spaces for all guests to enjoy their unforgettable journey.
Located at the front of the vessel, Master Suites have 180° panoramic windows to ensure that you are rewarded with the most impressive of views. A king-sized bed with exquisite sheets and bedspreads provide a comfortable nights rest along with all-cotton towels and bathrobes, the finest organic amenities along with individual reading lights and climate control. The sitting area provides a great spot to watch the Amazonian world pass you by. The daily maid service along with a nightly turn-down service keeps your room as comfortable as the day you enter it for the duration of your cruise. The room also features a hairdryer, an in-room safe and a large mirror in the bathroom.
Located on the Main Deck, the 10 Suites on the Delfin II are designed with comfort and luxury in mind. 4 suites interconnect to cater for families with enough space for all of the family members. Your choice of deluxe bed configuration with fine peruvian linens and organic bath amenities ensure your comfort during the duration of your cruise. The Suites also feature a large mirror in the private bathroom, daily maid service, nightly turn-down service, a hairdryer, an in-room safe, elegant, contemporary design and a seating area to watch the world pass you by.
Rooftop Observation Deck Lounge
2 aluminum 10 passenger skiffs equipped with four stroke low emission engines with life jackets
All meals while on board (arrival day: lunchbox and dinner; cruise days: all meals; departure day: breakfast)
All excursions and equipment – including rubber boots and rain ponchos
Transfers to/from vessel when arriving on recommended flights to/from Iquitos (Lima-Iquitos: 10:00am; Iquitos-Lima: 1:00pm)
Entrance fee to Pacaya Samiria National Reserve Natural
Natural juices, soda, coffee, tea, water, beer
Year Built: 2009
Type of vessel: River vessel
Port of Embarkation: City of Nauta
Vessel’s Registry: Peru
Capacity: 30 passengers
Generator: 2 x Caterpillars, 55KW each (encapsulated)
Engine: Caterpillar C12 385HP eco-electronic
Cruising Speed: Average 8.2 knots
Water: Water treatment plant with 7.0 cubic meter capacity
Sewage Waters: Sewage Treatment Plant
Radio Communication: VHF, UHF and satellite phone on board
Launch Boats: 3 aluminum 10 passenger skiffs (plus 1 for emergencies with four-stroke low emission Mercury 15HP engine) equipped with four-stroke low emission Mercury 60HP engines plus radio communications with the main vessel, life jackets and flares
Life Jackets: one per passenger, available in each suite