GreenTracks Clavero

OCG Class
Expedition
Clavero
Year Built1878
Year Last Refurbished2009
Capacity8 passengers
RegistryPeru

Overview

The Clavero is a historic naval boat of the Peruvian Amazon. The ship was built in 1878 and its original name was the Cahuapanas. The Peruvian Navy bought her in 1892 to be used on the Amazon. She was completely rebuilt in 2009 and now operates a program of wildlife expedition cruises.

Clavero Ship Profile & Stats

  • Cruise Line: GreenTracks
  • Ship Type: River Cruiser/Canal Boat
  • Line Class: Expedition
  • Former Name: Cahuapanas
  • Registry: Peru
  • Year Built: 1878
  • Year Last Refurbished: 2009
  • Capacity: 8 passengers
  • Length: 28 m
  • Beam: 5 m

Clavero On-Board Recreation

  • Spa: No
  • Casino: No

Clavero Dining Choices

  • Dining Room