Статьи раздела ‘Амазонка’

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Fitzcarraldo and Cahuapanas

Fitzcarraldo and Cahuapanas

AmazonEco has also restored two original river launches from the rubber boom period, the “Fitzcarraldo” and “Cahuapanas”, both of which are c. 1890. We believe that the “Fitzcarraldo” was built in South Hampton, England and the “Cahuapanas” in Hamburg, Germany. Both launches are of steel construction, with the “Fitzcarraldo” measuring 8 metres long and the “Cahuapanas” 10 metres. The two launches are used for dolphin and macaw censuses during expeditions, […]

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Aguia do Mar

Aguia do Mar

The “Aguia do Mar” is a typical wooden Brazilian boat of the upper Amazon. She was built in Benjamin Constante at the mouth of the Yavari River. The “Aguia do Mar” is 12m long and sleeps up to 6 people in hammocks. She navigates only along the Yavari River and is used to support the Wildlife Conservation Society’s (WCS) management of the Lago Preto Conservation Concession. She houses the concession’s […]

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Nutria

Nutria

The “Nutria” was the first boat acquired by AmazonEco back in 1990. She is a 14 metre long steeled hull boat that has run over seventy research and student expeditions throughout the Peruvian Amazon of Loreto. In 2007 the “Nutria” took part in University lead research expeditions and student fieldcourses. She often runs alongside the “Lobo de Rio”, providing additional space for larger expeditions. The “Nutria” has eight beds in […]

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Lobo del Rio

Lobo del Rio

The “Lobo de Rio” is a steel hulled student research boat commissioned by AmazonEco in 2001. She is 24 metres long and 5 metres wide. In 2007 the “Lobo de Rio” was used for the BBC Natural History Unit and Animal Planet expeditions to the Lago Preto Conservation Concession. The “Lobo de Rio” was also used for student expeditions of Operation Wallacea (Opwall) and the British Schools Exploring Society (BSES), […]

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Clavero

Clavero

The “Clavero” is a historic naval boat of the Peruvian Amazon. She was built in Paris, France in 1878 and purchased by the Peruvian Navy in 1892 as part of their Amazonian fleet. The “Clavero” was involved in many important exercises during her tenure in the navy. She was used to expel an invading Ecuadorian army in 1903 and was used by the joint Brazilian-Peruvian expedition of discovery to the […]

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Ayapua

Ayapua

The “Ayapua” is the largest of AmazonEco’s fleet, measuring 33 metres long and 6 wide. The “Ayapua” is an original rubber boom boat and she transported rubber from remote rivers of the Brazilian and Peruvian Amazon during the early part of the 20th century. She was built in Hamburg Germany in 1906 and from 2004 to 2006 she was restored to her original splendour by AmazonEco with many original features […]

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