Bed & Breakfast on Lake Titicaca
(Our Bed & Breakfast service is temporarily closed until July 2018)
The only place to spend the night afloat Lake Titicaca in Peru is on a 150-year-old British gunboat, now a B&B, with a remarkable history.
Our Bed & Breakfast service is temporarily closed until July 2018
Bed and Breakfast on Lake Titicaca – For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer you the unique experience of sleeping on board this historical ship, anchored in Puno Bay. Bunks in four cabins can accommodate seven guests, who we welcome to enjoy wonderful sunsets and a generous Andean breakfast. The adventure and unique experience will be a highlight of your travels in Peru.
Finalists in the category “International Impact” and “Recreational Tourism” Creatividad Empresarial Contest 2012.
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Celebrations were held on board for the 150th anniversary of the arrival at the Pacific coast port of Arica (which belong to Peru then), of the disassembled pieces of the Yavari and the Yapura. This year, several important maintenance tasks were completed, including...
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Built in England
The number of pieces transported
The Bolinder Engine
The Yavari discovered
After nearly 100 years of faithful service, she was found slipping rapidly into decay. Now she has been saved, all her original features restored, her engine repaired, and she is getting ready to be fitted out to comply with today’s standards of safety in order to sail again.
The YAVARI, a State Registered Museum, is now berthed in Puno Bay, behind the Sonesta Posadas del Inca Hotel, between the town and Isla Esteves (Hotel Libertador). It can be reached by taxi or by launch.
Open daily: 9.00am – 5.00pm and other times by arrangement.
The Bolinder Engine
For the enthusiast, and with advanced notice, the mighty 1914 Bolinder engine can be fired up – an unforgettable experience!
The YAVARI has a future as well as a past. By applying the same vision and ingenuity as got her there in the first place, the YAVARI is preparing to be reborn to serve again. Today the restoration programme has reached its most critical stage.