Alya catamaran

Alya Catamaran 

Embark on an unparalleled voyage with Alya Catamaran, a luxurious cruise meticulously crafted in Ecuador's Guayaquil in 2017. With a generous capacity for 16 passengers and a dedicated team of 9 crew members along with 1 Naturalist Guide, the Alya promises an intimate and personalized experience.

Indulge in the allure of our unique and exclusive design, evident in every facet of the cruise, from the well-appointed cabins to the inviting social areas. Immerse yourself in the artistic decoration, featuring molten glass creations inspired by the natural harmony and vibrant hues of the sky, sea, and earth. Join us on Alya Catamaran, where luxury meets artistry, and every detail is a testament to the extraordinary journey that awaits you.

Specifications

FACILITIES: Lounge, dinning room, bar, solarium, al fresco, double matrimonial, twin cabines, private balcony, bathroom, wifi

CAPACITY: 16 Passengers, 1 Cruise Director +  9 crew members + 1 Bilingual- Naturalist Guide.

DIMENSIONS: 31.50 m length and 12.50 m width.

SPEED:  12 knots

YEARS: Built on 2017

 

 

ITINERARY  A 5  DAYS

Thursday

AM  Baltra Island Airport: Arrival and Transfer to the boat
PM   Black Turtle Cove


 

Friday

AM  Darwin Bay                        (Genovesa)
PM   El Barranco


Saturday

AM Sullivan Bay

PM  Bartolome


Sunday

AM  Chinese Hut                      (Genovesa)

PM   Mosquera - Baltra Airport.

 

Itinerary B 6 Days 

Monday
AM Baltra Island Airport: Arrival and Transfer to the boat
PM Highlands (Santa Cruz)


Tuesday
AM Moreno Point (Isabela)
PM Eizabeth Bay


Wednesday
AM Urbina Bay
PM Espinoza Point (Fernandina)


Thursday
AM Tagus Cove (Isabela)
PM Vicente Roca Fuerte Point


Friday
AM Espumilla Beach (Santiago)
PM Egas Port


Saturday
AM Bachas (Santa Cruz)
PM Trasfer to Baltra Airport

 

 

 

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