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Metropolitan Touring's 48-passenger La Pinta is a year-round Galapagos-based island hopper. The cruise yacht -- considered mid-size among the 100 or so 12- to 100-passenger vessels cruising the region -- ...
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Organistlibrarian
Member Since 2015
2 reviews
0 forum posts
1 helpful vote
Sailed October 2015
La Pinta is a good ship with a friendly captain and crew eager to please. The food is good but not as good as Delfin on the Amazon which preceeded our trip. Day 1 flight good from Guaquil old bus panga to ship, lunch, drill, very long ... Read more
Nelf
Member Since 2013
1 review
0 forum posts
0 helpful votes
Sailed May 2013
I researched 7 different agencies that cruised the Galapagos. I narrowed it down to four, and went with La Pinta. We chose the La Pinta because it gave us 7 nights of cruising and we could have a couple of days before embarkation to ... Read more
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Samina
Member Since 2013
1 review
5 forum posts
3 helpful votes
Sailed February 2013
We did the 8 day trip on La Pinta – western itinerary. We researched a ton of boats and opted for a large one. A couple of pluses of a big boat…space! My husband is 6’5” and it sure was nice having a large bed and ... Read more
ging466
Member Since 2007
10 reviews
1,738 forum post
3 helpful votes
I sailed on Yacht La Pinta in April 2012. I had always wanted to go to the Galapagos but the high single supplement made it impossible. By chance, an Australian travel agent had chartered the boat as part of a longer, more in depth trip ... Read more

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