Type: River Cruise Ship
Length: 106 ft.
For 20 years, Amazon Clipper has been the leader in cruises along the Brazilian Amazon. Now its Premium line combines that proven track record with a state-of-the-art vessel to offer a true luxury experience. With its shallow draught and outboard-powered canoes, the Amazon Clipper Premium can penetrate lagoons and channels inaccessible to other boats, allowing you to see the river up close like never before.
The 106-foot Amazon Clipper Premium was designed exclusively for cruising on the Amazon, and incorporates numerous innovations to afford a perfect interaction with nature. Its four decks house a total of 16 cabins, plus a complete array of amenities. Together they make for a sumptuous voyage into one of the planet’s most enchanted places.
The Amazon Clipper Premium’s cabins are a model of comfort and style. Outfitted with one queen or two twin beds, they feature spacious bathrooms with plentiful hot water, individual air-conditioning, wicker furniture, and safety-deposit boxes for storing valuables. Combine all this with the picture windows for jungle viewing, and the soft cotton sheets, and you have a perfect refuge after a long foray into the exotic wildlife on shore.
The crown jewel of the Amazon Clipper Premium is its sun deck, which offers 360-degree views of Brazil’s rainforest. Here you can bask in the jungle rays with a drink made from tropical fruits, or, after a hot expedition in one of the dugouts, refresh yourself in the Jacuzzi while catching the evening breeze.
Just under the sun deck is the entertainment level, with its lounge for watching TV or informative videos about the Amazon, plus a fully stocked bar. There’s also a reading room and library, as well as another outdoor deck with showers and Jacuzzis.
Finally, three levels down, you’ll find the Clipper Premium’s restaurant. All meals are served buffet-style, and the internationally trained kitchen staff makes every effort to accommodate special requests or vegetarian diets. A full stock of liquors and mineral water rounds out the dining service.
|Port of Embarkation||Manaus, Brazil|
|Type of Vessel||River Expedition Vessel|
|Length||106 Feet / 32 Meters|
|Beam||30 Feet / 9 Meters|
|Draft||3 Feet / 1 Meter|
|Crew||11 (Captain, 5 sailors, 3 cooks, and 2 English-speaking
|Engines||2: 250 HP Engines|
|Generators||2: 80 kwa each (110V / 60Hz)|