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Galapagos Lammer Law

Galapagos cruises, Lammer Law

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Lammer Law was designed by the Muirheads and built in Canada. It offers lots of space and comfort for naturalist and diving cruises.  Attractive and functional, Lammer Law has 8 very spacious cabins for 16 passengers.

The main salon is large, complete with bar, cozy sofas, TV/VCR and stereo. This is where passengers will gather every night to be briefed on the next day's activities, watch a film, enjoy a drink at the bar, or just relax. All meals will be served outside. The dining room is located in the stern of the yacht.

The sun deck on Lammer Law is fantastic and consists of the whole exterior area of the yacht. It has lots of space to sunbath or to read a book, take pictures or to just enjoy the journey to the next island.

Just half of the main deck is the cockpit. If there is good wind the captain might put up the sails and he will be happy to teach some navigation.

The artful combination of stability, grace and speed makes this yacht a perfect partner for a Galapagos discovery adventure

Category : Luxury
Passengers : 16
Speed : 10 knots under power
Length : 93 feet / 28.5 meters
Beam : 42 feet / 12.8 meters
Build : Algan Shipyards, Canada
Crew : 8 plus 1 naturalist guide
Engines : 2  x 210 H.P. Catepillar
Generators : 2 x 75 KVA, 1 x 25 KVA
Safety Equipment : EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon), 2 x 12 person Vicking open sea life rafts, life jackets, flares and signals, fire extinguishing system. All safety equipment on board  meets SOLAS requirements.

Confort Equipment

2 units of 600 gal/day water makers, air-conditioning throughout, icemaker, stereo, TV, VCR
Communication : VHF radio, SSB radio
Electricity : 110 volts AC / 60 Hz.

The cabins are fully air-conditioned, with a thermostat in each. Outside windows and overhead hatches give you the option of natural ventilation. All staterooms have a private bathroom with shower and a toilet. There is a standard 110 outlet, and every bathroom contains an overhead hatch, which helps eliminate the claustrophobic feeling you can get in the bathrooms on some boats.

Fresh towels daily and quality linens add the finishing touch. The stringent requirements of Canadian Department of Transport demand that each room on the ship - even bathrooms - have two escape routes. Thus all the hatches and windows are man-sized. The same requirements result in Lammer Law having several watertight bulkheads and a double bottom. These are safety features found on few other ships of this size.

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