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            4 & 5 Day Cruises

This Cruise offers Last Minute & Early Bird Cruise Specials

Delfin II Amazon Riverboat

Cruise the Amazon in upscale comfort aboard an elegantly appointed riverboat to visit the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. Excursions to view wildlife, hike in the rainforest and visit riverside villages.

 


This Cruise offers Last Minute & Early Bird Cruise Specials

Delfin Cruise Video

Overview

The Delfin I takes you where comfort and grace combine effortlessly with the wilderness in the most unique vessel ever to cruise the Amazon River. In a setting of understated elegance and world-class hospitality this classic river vessel features 4 spacious air-conditioned Suites, all with private terraces and two of them with a private Jacuzzi. Intimacy and personal attention is key to our service.

This vessel features artwork by the women of the Puerto Miguel community and by buying these beautiful works you will help us provide the children of the community with enough school supplies for the entire school year.

Oversize Suites

DELUXE SUITES: Located on the main deck, these two spacious suites, 360 square feet each, feature a king size bed (or separate twins), with 180° panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows, mini- bar, in-suite seating area with a sofa bed (may be converted in one additional bed), fine Peruvian linens, environmentally friendly amenities, silent a/c units, hot water, hair dryer, safe deposit box and internal communications system. Our new addition is private terraces of 320 square feet with a private Jacuzzi, being the first and only river vessel with this feature.

Deluxe Suite

 

MASTER SUITES: Located on the second deck, these two Master Suites, 340 square feet each and a private deck of 320 square feet, are a little smaller, but still quite spacious. They share the same comforts and amenities as our Deluxe Suites, but without the Jacuzzi.

Master Suite


Dining Room

Located on the second deck, dining on the Delfin I offers an unrivaled level of sophistication and the luxury of enjoying simple and natural meals. Peruvian cuisine is considered one of the world's finest and reflects the country's cultural diversity and with the Amazon's fresh ingredients and the gentle blend of local traditions we have created one of the world´s most unique and delicious cuisines.

Delfin I Dining Room

SPECIAL REQUESTS: Delfin Amazon Cruises will accommodate special requests and dietary requirements (children, vegetarian, allergic). Because we sail in such remote areas, all requests must be made at least 30 days in advance.

Indoor Shopping

In cooperation with the local communities you will have the opportunity to see and purchase the wonderful and special arts & crafts they produce.

Delfin I Vessel Specifications

Built: Fully refurbished by Delfin Amazon Cruises in November 2010
Type of vessel: river vessel
Port of embarkation: City of Nauta
Vessel´s Registry: Peru
Length: 69 feet
Beam: 36 feet
Draft: 5'8''
Capacity: 8 passengers
Cruise ship cabins: 2 Deluxe Suites, 2 Master Suites and 1 Tour Conductor cabin
Generator: Caterpillar 45KW (encapsulated for noise reduction)
Engine: Cummins 250 HP turbo boosted
Cruising Speed: Average 8 knots
Water: Water treatment plant with 5.0 cubic meter capacity
Radio Communications: VHF, UHF and satellite phone onboard and in-suite internal communications system
Launch Boats: 2 aluminum 8 passenger launch boats, with radio communications with main vessel.

 

Delfin I Room

Delfin I Deck

Delfin I Bar

Delfin I Bath

 

 

Destination - Pacaya Samiria National Reserve

The Rio Ucayali and Rio Maranón share a mighty rainforest just before they combine to give birth to the Amazon River. They bound a region known as the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. The largest protected natural area in Peru, with 10,800 square miles, it stands today as one of the largest and most important wildernesses in all the tropics.

The Pacaya-Samiria is home to some of the largest populations of wildlife in all the Amazon. Hordes of pink and gray river dolphins, packs of howler and squirrel monkeys, massive flocks of brilliant macaws, huge lagoons covered in giant lily pads teeming with fish of all sizes and colors....all of these and more mark the region as Another World.