Wonderful experience! The ship is beautiful, the Captain is great We enjoyed a starry sky at the deck, slept on a bunk, private cabin The Captain gave us a tour around the ship, full of history. Built on 1862!
I was given a wonderful tour by a member of the crew. He, and others I spoke to, including the Captain, were passionate about the ship, its history and the restoration. The ship is being lovingly restored and I hope that one day I will be able to return and sail on it across the lake. Built in the same... 更多
The SS Yavari on Lake Titicaca dates from 1870 and was built in Birmingham. It was then dismantled, shipped across the Atlantic & Pacific Oceans to Lima, transported by mule train over the Andes to Puno & re-assembled. It then served as a Gunboat in the Peruvian Navy for many years. It has now been restored as a museum piece... 更多
I do not understand how they transport this big ship to Titicaca but it is a beautiful one. It does not work anymore and it is a atractive here!
We were suffering with the altitude here so went everywhere slowly but the island visit to Sillustani is a must. All the men knit to make a living and its very much subsistnace farming. We had the most delicious lunch and the poeple were winderfully friendly. Look out for something unusual about the sheep! You need a whole day as... 更多
Nice surprise as unknown to this nice piece of shipping glory. As a Chief Marine Engineer and project manager in ship refurbishment as ship new build a beautiful piece of machinery and marine archeology. One of the last Bolinder crude oil engine in full glory
Done the same trek the builders of the boat done over 150 years ago and stayed on the Yavari for a couple of nights and I would highly recommend it to anyone as it was a life changing experience. Captain Carlos and his crew accommodated us and shared their stories over the last 20 years with the Yavari.
Even though we booked the room, the boat was in maitenance. It was not even where it is supposed to be! Wecame to find it in the central habor, where whe were told it nas been in maitenance for six months!!!! We had to go searching for a place to stay,even if we were tired, cold and hungry. Very disapointing.
The ship is wonderful, 1862 old lady, being restored for her second maiden voyage in August. The crew are very, very friendly and really enthusiastic about the ship. It is a unique B&B, and although small with small bunk beds, the cabins are cozy. The facilities are communal, clean, wet room /toilet/washbasin, but again smallish. A really lovely stay.