Aria Amazon (ex-Iquitos)

The Aria Amazon, we do recommend booking in advance .. 18 to10 months as preference to guarantee getting in when you want

The Aria Amazon, we do recommend booking in advance .. 18 to10 months as preference to guarantee getting aboard this incredible vessel on the dates that best suit your needs

The Vessel:

Custom built for Aqua Expeditions by leading Peruvian architect Jordi Puig, the Aria Amazon allows her guests to explore the Peruvian Amazon in utmost comfort. The 45 meter (147 foot) Aria Amazon set sail in 2011 following the success of its sister ship, the Aqua Amazon.

Spacious and indulgent, yet intimate enough to feel entirely exclusive, the 16-cabin Aria Amazon incorporates extremely generous dining and lounging areas including an outdoor Jacuzzi overlooking the Amazon’s riverviews. The striking matte black hulled ship can accommodate a maximum of 32 guests plus 24 crew including the paramedic and four English speaking naturalist guides. Aqua Expeditions highly experienced cruise ship captain and crew and the Aqua Expedition’s rigorous cruise ship standards ensure smooth travel and safety on the waters of the Amazon.

Floor to ceiling windows face the Amazon River (with blackout windows for maximum privacy) in each of the Aria Amazon’s 16 Design Suites, four of which can interconnect for families. Handsomely decorated with natural fibers and neutral hues these air-conditioned accommodations with en suite sitting areas and bathrooms each measure 23 square meters (250 square feet).

The Aria Amazon Deck Plan

The Aria Amazon Deck Plan


Aria Amazon: Cruise Ship FACTS

  •     Year Built: 2011
  •     Port of Embarkation: Iquitos, Peru
  •     Vessel’s Registry: Peru
  •     Type of Vessel: River Expedition Vessel
  •     Length: 147 feet / 45 meters
  •     Beam: 29.5 feet / 9 meters
  •     Draft: 5 feet / 1.5 meters
  •     Gross Tonnage: 500 tons
  •     Cruising Speed: 12 knots
  •     Electricity: 220 volts
  •     Engines: 2 Cummins 400 HP Marine Engines
  •     Generators: 2 x 135 KVA Cummins (encapsulated for noise reduction)
  •     Water: 9,000-liter water treatment plant

Safety on board the Aria Amazon: Radio communication with separate battery pack; satellite phone; life jackets,  fire extinguishers and smoke detectors in each cabin; flares and signals; automatic defibrillator on board.

Launch Boats Used for Shore Excursions from the Aria Amazon: Four auxiliary aluminum launch boats equipped with four-stroke low emission engines; constant radio communication with the main vessel. Each boat has a capacity of 8 passengers.

Aria Amazon Crew: 24, including a cruise director, paramedic and 4 English speaking naturalist guides.

Aria Amazon Capacity: Up to 32 passengers with private facilities (Additional accommodation for one child in each cabin)

Accommodations and Cabins: 16 suites (8 Design Suites measuring 23.2 square meters /250 square feet on the first deck and 8 Design Suites measuring 23.2 square meters / 250 square feet on the second deck). All outside-facing with floor to ceiling panoramic windows. All air conditioned with en suite sitting areas. Four interconnecting suites for families.

Unique Cabin Features and Amenities: Amazon river facing panoramic windows; air conditioning; twin beds that convert to a California king-sized bed; en suite sitting area, bathroom with shower, toilet, sink, cabinet, hairdryer, hot water around the clock and a basket of toiletries; internal communications system.

Common Living and Social Areas: Indoor Bar; Lounge; Dining Room; Outside Lounge; Outdoor Jacuzzi; Exercise Room; Observation Deck; Boutique

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