Delfin II has fourteen large guest suites include four master suites with 180ª panoramic windows and ten suites –four of which can be interconnected to accommodate families- providing all comforts of world-class suites, yet preserving the spirit of casual and refined elegance. The dining room on the second deck, the observation deck, bar, entertainment center, library, and our special hammock sun deck will be the perfect gathering place for all our guests. This vessel will feature artwork by Peru’s leading contemporary artists. If any artwork strikes your fancy, you may purchase it and we will have it shipped to the comforts of your home.
MASTER SUITES: Our four spacious master suites are at front of our vessel, with 180° panoramic windows, king sized bed, sheets and bedspread 100% 280-threat Peruvian cotton. All cotton towels and bathrobes, the finest organic amenities, the most wonderful view, individual reading lights, will be the epitome of calming luxury and enjoyment.
SUITES: Our 10 suites have extra large windows that enable you the most breathtaking views, four of them interconnected to cater families, are design with casually elegant interiors that creates a welcoming and restful environment for those who wants to get away from it all yet enjoy luxurious comfort.
MV Delphin II: Cruise Ship FACTS
- Type of vessel: river vessel
- Vessel´s Registry: Perú
- Port of embarkation: Nauta City
- Length: 120 feet (40mt)
- Beam: 30 feet (9.30mt)
- Draft: 7’3’’ (2.25mt)
- Capacity: 28 passengers
- Cruise ship cabins: 4 Master Suites (230 Sq. Ft. = 22 m²), 10 Suites (210 Sq. Ft. = 20 m²) and 2 Tour Conductor cabins.
- Generator: 2 Caterpillar 55 (encapsulated for noise reduction)
- Engine: Caterpillar 350 HP turbo boosted
- Cruising Speed: Average 8 to 10 knots.
- Water: Water treatment plant with 7.0 cubic meter capacity
- Radio Communications: VHF, UHF and satellite phone onboard
- Launch boats: 3 aluminum 12 passenger boats equipped with four-stroke low emission engines; radio communication with main vessel, life jackets and flares.
Dining Room: Imagine yourself, coming back from the wilderness and enjoying an ambiance created by glowing candle-lights, sparkling china and cristalware, were whatever your delight is, we are sure to exceed your expectations and satisfy all appetites of refined taste and sophisticated palates. Welcome to our cuisine, were our dedicated staff pride themselves on carefully prepared contemporary Creole cuisine and exceptional service.
Observation Deck: On the third deck, you will find that our casual yet comfortable design will allow you to relax between the wonderful adventures of the morning and night activities. Our goal is to provide you with the highest level of service, so we are sure you will enjoy relaxing in our terraces soft big sofas or on our spectacular hammock sundeck while you just lie down and watch the river go by. Our barman will always be ready with a choice of international and local liquors for a pre- or post- dinner cocktail. Coffee and tea will always be available for you.
Indoors Shopping: You will enjoy our compromise with the local communities and with the wonderful and special arts & craft we have worked together with them, you will find many unique gift items and merchandizing from the Amazon area. Also you will enjoy the art-work of the most renowned young contemporary Peruvian artist. You will find it around the vessel, the very unique art-work, of our best young artist that, we will be able to ship it, to the comforts of your home.
Safety Features: Life jackets are provided for passengers in all cabins. Flares and signals. Fire extinguishing system with fire hoses on each deck supplied by a dedicated water pumping system. Fire extinguishers in engine room, dining room and three decks. Emergency lights on each deck. Three aluminum launch boats with capacity for 12 passengers each plus guide and captain, that can carry double in case of an emergency. Each skiff is provisioned with life jackets for all passengers and can double occupancy as life boats on an emergency. A Crew member is assigned to keep watch around the clock, whether the vessel is sailing or docked. Guides and certain crew members are first-aid trained.