Monserrat Yacht Description
Named after the patroness of Catalonia, Spain, the protector of journeys, this cruise ship carries the same name, as well as a commitment of service and attention. The cruise accommodates up to 20 passengers, staffed with a crew of 11. Guests can enjoy spacious social areas, 3 sun decks, bar, and a pleasing dining area. The lounge hosts a large TV and there is also a small boutique for guests.
In total there are 10 double cabins. There are 6 on the upper deck and 4 on the lower deck. All cabins provide air conditioning and a private bathroom with hair dryers and other amenities.
Monserrat Cruise Prices
2017 prices per person
Prices are subject to change without prior notice.
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Jun 15- Aug 14/ Dec 15-31
Mar 1-Jun 14/ Nov 01-30
Jan 1-Feb 29 / Aug 15-Oct 31 / Dec 1-14
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* Single Supplement 60%
* Charter rates don't apply for Christmas and New Year.
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Upper Deck Twin Cabin
Upper Deck Matrimonial Cabin
Lower Deck Matrimonial Cabin
Monserrat Deck Plans & Specs
Type: Motor Yacht
Capacity: 20 passengers
LOA: 30m / 91ft
Beam: 6.6m / 22 ft
Depth: 4.2 m / 14 ft
Draft: 2.22 m / 7ft
Engines & Generator: 2 Detroit Diesel engines with 250 and 330 HP, 2 Perkins generators.
Equipment: Water desalination system, water treatment systems.
Navigation Equipment: VHF, UHF marine radios, magnetic compass, Furuno radar, and GPS.
Safety Equipment: Fire alarms, smoke detectors, fire fighting systems, 2 lifeboats, EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon).
Cruising speed: 12 kt
Assembly year: 2004, refurbished in 2009, 2011.
Staff & Crew: 8 crewmembers, 2 guides*, 1 cruise director.
*2 guides only when there are more than 16 guests.
Decks: 4 Lower Deck, Main Deck, Upper Deck, and Solarium.
Cabins: 4 Lower Deck cabins (2 twin cabins, 2 matrimonial cabins), 6 Upper Deck cabins (5 twin cabins, 1 matrimonial cabin).
Cabin equipment: All cabins have twin or matrimonial beds (no bunk beds), air conditioning, closets, and private bathrooms with showers and hot water. All cabins have amenities and goodies such as: soap, shampoo, hair conditioner, hair dryer, towels, clothes hangers and 110V / 60Hz outlets.
Services on board: The main deck offers a comfortable lounge with a big screen TV, DVD player, a library and board games. The main deck also offers a bar, a boutique, and an ample dining room. The solarium offers great area for you to enjoy some sun and a cocktail.
Comments and recommendations received on this Galapagos cruise:
I wanted to let you know that we were all extremely pleased with the service you and Columbus travel offered! It was very comforting to be met at the airport both on our first day and on the day of our departure to Galapagos. Everything went very smoothly.
The Monserrat was a wonderful boat with a welcoming and knowledgeable crew. The accommodations and food were great. Our guide Fabio was terrific. He was so friendly, interesting and fun. In addition to the naturalist information, he also shared lots of info about Ecuador, its government and healthcare.
I want to heartily thank you for all the time you put into our trip. It was successful and everyone had a grand time!! Is it alright if I reference your agency on the tripadvisor.com website??
I only wish I could have met you in person! Perhaps on a return visit.
USA, January 2008