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MV Anakonda

MV Anakonda, Amazon, Ecuador

Our rating: First Class

The MV Anakonda accommodates 40 guests in 18 suites. Each suite has an area of between 215-248 feet, and is equipped with air-conditioning, 24 hour electricity and a private bathroom with hot water. The suites all offer seating areas, large comfortable beds and panoramic windows. The ship has an observation deck with two outdoor Jacuzzis and an al fresco lounge, which is perfect for viewing the jungle. There is an on board paramedic, 4 skilled nature guides and 4 local guides.

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