The Lammer Law departs on Saturdays.
The newly refurbished Lammer Law offers space and comfort for naturalist and diving cruises. She is one of two boats in a fleet that is fully equipped for diving. Attractive and functional, she is perfect for the dedicated diver as well as the naturalist passenger.
The Lammer Law, built by Algan Shipyards, measures 28.5 m (93 ft) and has a beam-length of 12.8 m (42 ft). Her two Caterpillar engines with 210 H.P. each allow for cruising speeds of 10 knots.
The M/S Lammer Law is furnished with 9 spacious cabins that include private bathrooms with hot water. The boat also offers its guests the use of the dining room and salon with bar. The large main salon is where passengers gather every night to be briefed on the next day's activities, watch a film, enjoy a drink at the bar, or just relax.
Lammer Law's fantastic sun deck consists of almost the entire exterior area of the yacht. All meals will be served outside; the dining room is located on the stern of the yacht. Just aft of the main deck is the cockpit; if there is good wind the captain might put up the sails and instruct passengers in navigation.
From $3,300, per person based on double occupancy. Does not include Galapagos entrance tax.