Upper Deck

The UPPER DECK features a large shaded and enclosed lounge and bar. Sliding windows allow warm air through yet keep the cold air out. The circular seating takes advantage of the almost 360 degree views. Drinks are served at the bar during sunsets and Equator crossings. The cushioned lounge area is a great place to catch up on reading, daydreaming, and napping.

Main Deck

At the aft of the main deck is the boarding and swim platform. Forward is an extended bow pulpit for whale and dolphin watching. From the well-equipped galley excellent cuisine is served in the DINING SALON. The dining and salon area has an LCD projector used for informative presentations by the naturalist guide. Drinks are served at the bar and the library offers a selection of books and nature films.

Lower Deck

From the salon/dining area, staircases lead down to the STATEROOMS . Each has twin beds that can be moved together to make a king-bed. Hidden in the bulkhead of each lower deck stateroom is a Pullman-style berth that can be made up when the stateroom is reserved for three persons. The ensuite bathroom facility extends across the entire width of each stateroom and features a full size shower.

*Deckplans not to scale

Specifications

Length over allĀ 
  • 90 feet / 28 meters
Length waterline
  • 75 feet / 23 meters
Beam
  • 22 feet / 7 meters
Draft
  • 6 feet / 2 meters
Cruising speed
  • 10 knots
Main engines
  • 2 GM 8V71 N
Generators
  • 2 ISUZU 60 KW 110/220 V AC, 60 Hz
Accommodation
  • Six staterooms. Two staterooms are doubles which can be configured with either two lower twin beds or one king-sized bed. The four additional cabins are furnished with two lower twin beds, which can be configured as doubles or king, and one Pullman-style bed. They will be considered doubles and used as triples only upon request. All staterooms have en suite facilities.
  • Fully air-conditioned
  • TV and DVD player
  • Flush toilets (freshwater, compressed air assisted)
  • Dining room, salon and bar area 500 sq ft
  • Top deck lounge area 280 sq ft
Equipment
  • Reverse Osmosis sea water desalination plantĀ  (8 metric tons/day) UV water treatment filter
  • Washer and dryer
  • Oil water separator with Tekma OMD.
  • Snorkeling gear
  • Two tenders: PUMAR (with 25 hp four stroke outboards)
  • Kayaks
  • Stereo system: (speakers throughout with individual controls)
  • Inmarsat SATCOM (for Outer Island communication) and cellular telephone system
  • Facsimile
  • Intercom
Navigation equipment
  • Radar
  • GPS
  • Depth sounders
  • SSB HF radio
  • VHF radio
  • Digital-Selective-Calling radio
  • Horizontal Scanning Sonar
Safety
  • Two life rafts (25 persons each)
  • Smoke and fire alarms throughout
  • 406 MHz EPIRB
  • 9 GHz Radar Responder
  • Automatic fire extinguishing system in engine room.
  • "Affordable, luxurios, intimate, The Reina Silvia is an ideal choice for your Galapagos adventure"

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  • "A rewarding adventure for discerning travelers in one of the last unspoited wildlife sanctuaries"