Ecoventura - Eric / Letty
Family owned and operated since 1990, Ecoventura currently operates the Eric & Letty, two identical first class expedition vessels, each for a maximum of 20 passengers. Two unique and comprehensive 7 night itineraries start in San Cristobal on Sundays and include the most important islands and wildlife in the archipelago.
Refurbished annually, the identical Eric and Letty feature 10 outside-facing, comfortable and spacious cabins (2 can be converted into triples) over 3 decks, with teak interiors. There are two expert guides for a maximum of 20 guests ensure a very personalized experience, and the crew offers very high levels of service. The varied menus are gourmet-style and produce is locally sourced. Adventure gear is provided (at no charge) and includes kayaks, stand-up paddle boards, wet suits, masks, fins, snorkels and beach towels. Ecoventura offer regular and very popular family departures on Eric and Letty during school holidays, with age-appropriate activities and discounted fares for children and teenagers aged 7-17.
Ecoventura maintains the highest environmental and social sustainability standards, partnering with the Charles Darwin Foundation and WWF to create funding that support marine conservation and provide scholarships to local students.
Ecoventura also own and operate the Origin launched in February 2016, the newest and most comfortable luxury yacht operating in Galapagos and the M/Y Galapagos Sky, a dedicated dive liveaboard vessel. In 2019, the M/Y Theory will join Origin as the second luxury vessel in the fleet!
Hosted departures in 2018.
Ecoventura is delighted to announce that renowned marine biologist Jack Grove will be hosting exclusive departures on the MV Origin in 2018. Jack is an expedition leader, photographer, author and all round expert on the Galapagos Islands. He will escort guests on all land and sea excursions, and give evening lectures on board.
September 23-30 2018 – Itinerary B Northern/Western
September 30-07 Oct 2018 – Itinerary A Southern/Central
New for 2017 – Telescopes on Board.
There's zero artificial light pollution in the Galapagos, so it is the perfect place to see spectacular starry skies. All Ecoventura ships now have a Celestron PowerSeeker 70EQ telescope on board, so passengers can enjoy a stargazing experience at sea
See all special offers on Eric & Letty at http://www.ecoventura.com/galapagos-yachts/special-offers/.