The latest ship from Delfin Amazon Cruises —the luxurious Delfin III—is now cruising to the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve in Peru. “We’re excited to introduce our newest vessel, the Delfin III, to the Delfin Amazon Cruises fleet as we continue to provide our guests with authentic memories and meaningful experiences to one of the most sought-after destinations in the world,” said Aldo Macchiavello, Founder and CEO of Delfin Amazon Cruises, in a press release.
“Delfin III sets a new standard of luxury river cruising that can only be found on Delfin Amazon Cruises, and we can’t wait for our guests to experience her.” The Delfin III may be the biggest in the fleet, but she remains intimate carrying only 42 guests in a combination of 22 private Suites, Upper Suites, Corner Suites and an Owner’s Suite—complete with 180-degree panoramic vistas.
The Delfin III takes guests to the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, one of the biggest protected flooded forests in the world. They arrive on foot and via boat into the Peruvian Amazon thanks to the ship’s skiffs. Each carries 15 guests, a captain and naturalist guide.