On a cruise ship
La Pinta: See the Galapagos on an intimate expedition ship
La Pinta was designed to keep the magnificent surroundings of the Galapagos Islands in the spotlight. Three spacious decks, an outdoor Sky Bar and an Observation Lounge with floor-to-ceiling windows provide vantage points to absorb and witness the scenery around you. La Pinta, owned by Metropolitan Touring, is sometimes chartered by Un-Cruise Adventures.
The ship is outfitted with modern, nautical décor while maintaining a relaxed atmosphere. Head to the Natural History Library to share new findings with like-minded adventurers and spend time in the intimate dining room to share a meal with your shipmates.
In addition to an exercise room and outdoor Jacuzzi, onboard adventure equipment includes snorkeling equipment, wetsuits, sea kayaks and a glass-bottom boat. The Sun Deck includes fitness equipment, and for a soak with a view, there's a hot tub on the aft of the deck.
Where La Pinta sails
La Pinta's home is the Galapagos, with destinations including Punta Espinoza, Rabinda and Punta Cormorant.
Plan to relax in comfort aboard La Pinta while exploring the Galapagos. Her 24 cabins are located mid-ship with double beds that can be converted to one queen bed with private bathroom and air conditioning. Six cabins are connected, for the convenience of families traveling together, and there are also four triple cabins. Bedding consists of fine cotton, down duvets and a soft pillows. Bathrooms have all the amenities, a hair dryer and lots of plush towels.
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