ABOUT SANTA CRUZ

  • Capacity: 90 guests / 43 cabins

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Construction: Bilbao, Spain, 1979
  • Reconstruction: Talcahuano, Chile, 1998
  • Category: First Class
  • Gross: Tonnage: 1675
  • Capacity: 90 guests
  • Length: 72.35 metres (237.3 feet)
  • Beam: 11.85 metres (38.86 feet)
  • Speed: 13 knots
  • Electricity: 110 Volts in the cabins with 220 Volt.
  • Electricity: Sockets available in Reception and Dining area.
  • Engines: 2 Sulzer engines, 1620 BHP each
  • Engines: Navigation Gyrocompass, auto pilot, radar
  • Equipment: echo-sounders, GPS & Radio Director
  • Equipment: Finder Safety ABS classification + A1E + AMS
  • Classification: #7907 853 SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea),
  • Classification: ISM certificate complying with the IMO resolution A.788 (19)
  • Classification: Automatic fire controls
  • Life Jackets: In each cabin
  • Life Boats: Two 66-man, two 25-man
  • Life Rafts: Two 16-man, two 10-man
  • Landing Crafts: 6 for ship to shore transportation
  • Boston Whaler: 1 with glass-bottom for underwater observation
  • Owner: ETICA / Metropolitan Touring
  • Decks: 4 (Sun Deck, Boat Deck, Upper Deck, Main Deck)
  • Crew: 52
  • Naturalist Guides: 8 multilingual (includes Expedition Manager)
  • Medical Officer: Permanently on board