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278Call now or visit www.naturetrek.co.ukfor your free Trip ItineraryBuilt in 1970, the 29-metre Searcher has 13 small, but comfortable, cabins with bunk-beds, air-conditioning, freshwater sink, AC electricaloutlets, reading lights and a mirror. Each cabin also has shelves and hammocks for storage, whilst the bathrooms are separate on the maindeck. On the stern, upper deck and in the bow, there are wildlife observation decks, and three aluminium skiffs are carried for shoreexcursions. There is also a library and a restaurant where snacks are available 24-hours a day in addition to the three meals provided.SearcherThe 27-metre Spirit of Adventure is a small passenger vessel, complete with full electronic safety and navigational equipment.Accommodation is provided in 14 small, but comfortable, air-conditioned cabins located below the main deck (no portholes), most of themwith upper and lower bunk-beds. There are four bathrooms (heads) on the main deck, three of which have freshwater showers. Thegalley/saloon, which serves excellent meals, will accommodate all passengers at one sitting and is equipped with a TV/VCR and a selectionof natural history books. Outside seating is available on the main and upper decks and the vessel carries three skiffs for shore excursions. Spirit of Adventure131197642141210853GalleySalonCrewCrewCrewHead(toilet)Head(toilet)Head(toilet)Head(toilet)3151311975161410864Lower deckMain deckLower deckGrey WhaleBlue Whale

Book direct on 01962 733051or see page 284 for Booking Information279Island RoamerThe Island Roamer is a 21-metre sailing ketch accommodating 16 people in eight twin/double cabins each with porthole, and shared toilet andshower facilities. She has a large comfortable lounge with an extensive library, a well-equipped galley and three heads with hot showers. Ondeck, the large covered seating area provides protection in all types of weather, and there's plenty of additional deck space for wildlife-viewing. SaloonHeadHeadHeadGalleyCachaloteEngineroomGalleyBarSaloonBuilt in 1971, the Cachalote is a 29-metre, steel-hulled motor-yacht schooner with eight double/twin cabins, each with a private bath andshower. Rebuilt and refurbished in 2002 with comfort in mind, the Cachalote is perfect for cruising the Galápagos, having ample deck spaceacross three wooden decks from which to enjoy the archipelago. She is well known for the excellent service of her 6-man crew, consisting ofthe captain, cook, multi-lingual guide and three sailors. There is a saloon with DVD player and TV, and the Victorian-style dining galley iswhere the crew serve the delicious cuisine for which the vessel is renowned.SaloonDining areaDouble Cabin with shared facilitiesTwin Cabin with shared facilities