Come face-to-face with the Galapagos’ iconic wildlife onboard the custom-designed Letty, a superior first-class yacht that caters to up to 20 guests. Spread over three decks, the ten spacious staterooms feature polished teak interiors and brass fittings, together with windows or portholes.
Relax in the cozy lounge area that’s complete with a flatscreen TV and library while soaking up the Galapagos views through the panoramic picture windows. The Letty also features a spacious sun deck where you can kick back in a lounger, as well as a stylish dining room and a well-stocked bar.
Technical Specifications M/Y Letty
Type: Superior first class motor yachts
Year Built: 1991-1994 specifically for Galapagos Islands cruising
Capacity: 20 exclusive guests in ten double cabins
Crew: 11 including your Captain and two naturalist guides
Cruising Speed: 8 knots
L.O.A.: 83 feet / 25 meters
Beam: 24 feet / 7 ½ meters
Draft: 6 feet / 1.8 meters
Gross Tons: 240
Engines: (2) 402 HP Caterpillar, 8-cylinder turbo diesel
Generators: (1) Perkins 90 KW and (1) John Deere 65KW
Water Capacity: 5,000 gallons / 18,921 liters
Watermaker Production: 1,200 gallons per day/ 4536 liters per day
Fuel Capacity: 5,400 gallons / 20,435 liters
Navigational Equipment: 24 mile Furuno radar, Furuno GPS, Electronic compass, magnetic compass, barometer
Communication: VHF-DSC CH70 and MF/HF with DSC radios
Safety Equipment: Viking 25-person inflatable capsule lifeboat (SOLAS certified)
40 life vests Type I approved with whistles and lights, 6 circular buoys with emergency lights,
Portable fire extinguishers, CO2 fix station, smoke detectors, SART (radar transponder)
EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicator Radio Beacon)
Classification: IRS (International Register of Shipping)
Certification: Passenger Ship Safety Certificate (Ecuadorean authority under SOLAS 1974 modified by protocol 1988) Safety Management Certificate (Under SOLAS 1974 as amended).
Cabins #1,3 & 4 have two twin lower beds or one double bed and picture windows.
Cabin # 2 has one double bed and picture window.
(Cabins average 95 square feet / 8.8 square meters)
Cabins # 5 & 6 cabins have one double bed and picture windows.
(Cabins average 90 square reef / 8.4 square meters)
Cabins #7 & 8 have two twin lower beds and port lights.
Cabins # 9 & 10 have two twin lower beds and one upper berth with port lights and can be sold as triples.
(Cabins average 110 square feet / 10.2 square meters)