Galapagos Legend

This magnificent vessel, with a capacity for 100 guests, has the charm of The Enchanted Islands; it is still small enough for a more intimate experience with friends and family. With her three different decks, the Galapagos Legend offers a great variety of comfortable and spacious social areas without losing its sense of intimacy. Its fantastic open decks allow you to admire the islands’ flora and fauna, enjoy a BBQ at night, or take some sun at the pool and bar areas.

The M/V Galapagos Legend has 52 ocean view, air-conditioned cabins plus 3 interior ones, each cabin counts with lower beds and private facilities in which a matrimonial, double, triple or quadruple options are available. We have suited a new cabin configuration to assure enjoyment for families and friends traveling together. Each cabin includes: hair dryer, special bedding, and updated furniture. Internal, local and international satellite telephone service is offered, Internet is accessible when anchoring in main islands. Voltage is set for 110-220 volts/60 Hz.

The Galapagos Legend offers unforgettable experiences, with weekly departures allowing you to experience 3-, 4-, 7-, and up to 14 –nights tours including: full board, two daily guided excursions with optional activities such as snorkeling, kayaking, dinghy rides and our new feature daily diving tours for certified divers.

LEGEND BALCONY SUITE
• 1 cabin located on the Moon Deck.
• Double & Triple options.
• Panoramic windows & private balcony.
• Exclusive & exquisite decoration.
• Complimentary bottle of champagne.
• Top of the line amenities & bathrobe.
• Thermos & iconic postcards as souvenirs.
• Average Area 33 sq m/ 355 sq ft.

BALCONY SUITE PLUS/ BALCONY SUITE
• 9 Balcony Suites on the Moon Deck.
• 8 Balcony Suites on the Sky Deck.
• Double & Triple options.
• Panoramic windows & private balcony.
• Complimentary bottle of champagne.
• Top of the line amenities & bathrobe.
• Thermos & iconic postcards as souvenirs.
• Average Area 22 sq m/ 237 sq ft.

JUNIOR SUITE PLUS/ JUNIOR SUITE
• 24 Junior & 4 Junior Plus Suites on the Earth Deck.
• Double, Triple & Quadruple options.
• 2 Panoramic windows per cabin.
• Interconnected options available.
• Thermos & iconic postcards as souvenirs.
• Average Area 15 sq m/ 161 sq ftin Junior Suites.
• Average Area 20 sq m/ 215 sq ft in Junior Suites Plus.

STANDARD PLUS
• 7 cabins on the Sea & Earth Deck.
• Double options available.
• 2 portholes per cabin.
• Thermos & iconic postcards as souvenirs.
• Average Area 11 sq m/ 119 sq ft.

STANDARD (INTERIOR)
• 3 cabins on the Earth Deck
• Single & Double options
• Interior accommodations.
• Thermos & iconic postcards as souvenirs.
• Average Area 13 sq m/ 140 sq ft.

 


 

 

he perfects vacations start just by the time you arrive on board the Galapagos Legend, exquisitely designed, the staff will be ready to receive all our guests with a refreshing cocktail. Then, there will be time to settle and accommodate all our guest in the 100-guest cruise vessel.

Once all visitors are ready, the first visit beginnings with the great chance to see all the untouched nature the islands have to offer. Guests will offload on board a dinghy (a small zodiac like-vessel) for a short ride to the landing site. After a walk through the marked paths along with the naturalist expert presentations, there is time for visitors to choose among entertaining activities such as snorkeling, swimming, kayaking or to enhance even more the experience, there is always the opportunity to go off to wonderful sites to scuba dive.

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Our guides are very knowledgeable about the history and the natural facts of the islands, so they will be happy to help to clarify any questions. Most of them are bilingual, speaking Spanish and English. However, we can get guides in other languages under previous request. They will join passengers on the inland activities and show them the best places to see the fauna from up close whether you choose to glide on a kayak, swim by the shore or snorkel your way through the Pacific waters, they will make the best out of your Galapagos Experience.

Go Galapagos hiking

Once back on board, our staff will again welcome you with a small snack and a soft drink. Guests will have enough time to change and have fun by playing classic table games or enjoying more sun by the pool, jacuzzi or fitness areas. Lunches are served in the Lonesome George Restaurant, which will have a buffet variety of meats, salads, and desserts. As a special treat, there will be a surprise BBQ by the Moon deck with selections great meats and vegetables amid the warm sunset of the islands or an ice cream festival. Still, on the Moon Deck, an expert guide will have a stargazing presentation where stories about how previous seamen used constellations as navigation coordinates to get to every corner of the seas.

Go Galapagos Dinghy Rides

After dinner, we invite you to join in the optional activities we have on board. They range from karaoke or salsa night where one of our staff members will show our guests to dance this Latin rhythm. In the Charles Darwin Panorama Lounge, there will also be a movie night, or together staff and guests can organize the famous Neptune Party. A theatrical presentation where the king of the oceans comes on board to re-organize his realm and ends up in a fun party. There is also another celebration, depending on the itinerary, where staff and guests celebrate the crossing of the Equatorial Line and guests can get a certificate to commemorate the date.

Go Galapagos Scuba Diving

By the last days of the cruise, there will be a photo contest; you just need to nominate your best shoot with one of our staff members so you can get into the contest. There will be three finalists that will get freebies for the best pictures. To wish you a safe parting, there will also be a farewell cocktail with all people on board. If you choose to extend your trip, we will be happy to help you. Our itineraries have extensions of 3, 4, 6, 10 and 14 nights to discover all about the Galapagos Islands.

 

SEE THE LEGEND SHIP IN ACTION

Cruise aboard this boutique expedition cruise ship for the ultimate Galapagos experience.

 

A – NORTH CENTRAL ITINERARY (4 day/3 night)

Day 1 - Monday

AM – Baltra Airport

Departure from Quito or Guayaquil to Baltra Island (2 ½-hour flight). Arriving in the Galapagos, passengers are picked up at the airport by our natural guides and taken to a ten-minute bus drive to the pier to board the M/V Galapagos Legend.

PM – Highlands Tortoise Reserve (Santa Cruz Island)

Dry landing. In the central highlands of Santa Cruz Island we have our best opportunity to interact at close quarters with totally wild, Galapagos giant tortoises. A short walk among these huge, 600lb, reptiles will also offer the chance for more highland species, especially several species of the famed finches.

Difficulty level: easy

Type of terrain: flat & sometimes muddy

Duration: 45-minute drive / 1 ½-hour walk

OR (For Extended Cruises only)

Pm- Black Turtle Cove (Santa Cruz Island)

Here, we can find four species of mangrove in the extensive tidal lagoon system that stretches for almost a mile inland. During our panga ride through the labyrinth we will spot many turtles, herons of several species, sharks and rays. The experience is otherworldly and seems to transport us back to the beginning of time.

Difficulty level: easy

Type of terrain: water

Duration: 1-hour panga ride

Day 2 – Tuesday

AM – El Barranco, Prince Philip’s Steps (Genovesa Island)

Riding our pangas to the far side of the caldera, red-billed tropicbirds display vociferously overhead while Galapagos fur seals can be seen on the shoreline. Once at the top of the rocky stairway we are immediately met by Nazca boobies, red-footed boobies, mockingbirds and finches that line our way through a palo santo forest until we arrive at an expansive open lava field. Wedge-rumped storm petrels swarm above the lava where we keep our eyes peeled for short-eared owls.

Difficulty level: Moderate

Type of terrain: rocky – lava

Duration: 45-minute walk

PM – Darwin Bay (Genovesa Island)

From within the flooded caldera of Tower Island we set foot onto a sandy beach to be greeted by swallow-tailed gulls often said to be the most beautiful gull in the world. Our short, flat, trail leads us past stands of mangroves and saltbush on which we have our best possible looks at nesting red-footed boobies and great frigatebirds. At the tidal lagoon we may also see the rarest gull in the world, our very own, endemic lava gull.

Difficulty level: Moderate

Type of terrain: Sand & Lava

Duration: 2 ½-hour walk aprox.

Day 3 – Wednesday

AM – Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz Island)

Dry landing. Arriving to a small lava dock our first encounters are with marine iguanas that blend-in perfectly to the dark rock. As we walk past large prickly pear cacti we arrive to one end of a long, sickle-shaped, beach with Dragon Hill standing in the distance. Our walk takes us on a circular path, past a shallow lake where flamingoes frequently come to feed. Waders such as stilts, turnstones and sandpipers work the muddy edges frenetically looking for food as we continue inland to a dry, forested habitat where land iguanas nest and burrow.

Difficulty level: moderate

Type of terrain: rocky

Duration: 2-hour walk

PM – Santa Fe Island

Wet landing. After a fabulous snorkel in the turquoise waters of the protected bay we may have enjoyed time with sea lions, turtles, reef sharks and spotted eagle rays. Landing onto a sandy beach we are immediately distracted by the abundant sea lions there with us. We begin a walk past a forest of island-endemic giant Opuntia cacti. Here we search for another island-endemic the Santa Fe land iguana, paler than its cousins on other islands. Galapagos hawks and even endemic rice rats are also things to look out for.

Difficulty level: moderate

Type of terrain: rocky

Duration: 1 ½-hour walk / 1-hour deep water snorkeling

Day 4 – Thursday

AM – Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz Island)

Wet landing. Named for some wrecked World War II barges whose ribs are still visible in the sand this visitor site offers great swimming, a lovely walk along the shore and a visit to a lagoon behind the high tide line with wading birds, marine iguanas and sometimes even flamingoes. The two beaches are also favorite nesting sites for green turtles which often leave tractor-like tracks in the sand.

Difficulty level: easy

Type of terrain: sandy

Duration: 1-hour walk

PM- Baltra Airport

After the visit, passengers will be transferred to the airport for their return flight to Guayaquil or Quito.

B - WEST ITINERARY (5 days/4 nights)

Day 1 - Thursday

AM – Baltra Airport

Departure from Quito or Guayaquil to Baltra Island (2 1/2  hours flight). Arriving in Galapagos, passengers are picked up at the airport by our natural guides and taken (ten-minute bus drive) to the pier to board the M/V Galapagos Legend.

PM – Mosquera Islet

Wet Landing.  This tiny, low lying islet, covered in coral sand, is set between North and South Seymour Islands. It is home to a group of sea lions that come to laze on the soft white sand. It is a good spot to observe shorebirds as well as herons, lava gulls and boobies. Snorkeling or diving here one can often see sharks, rays and barracudas.

Difficulty level: easy

Type of terrain: sandy

Duration: 1 ½-hour walk & snorkeling

Day 2 – Friday

AM – Egas Port (Santiago Island)

Wet landing. The black volcanic sand sets this landing apart from most. It is best known for the dramatic shoreline where we meet a host of species that chose to live between land and sea. Particular among these are the endemic Galapagos fur seals which maintain a small colony at the end of our walk. Other species of note include American oystercatchers, sea lions, waders, herons, lava lizards and even Galapagos hawks. An optional visit takes us to an abandoned salt mine famous in its day for supplying salt to mainland Ecuador.

Difficulty level: moderate

Type of terrain: flat & semi-rocky

Duration: 1 1/2-hour walk / 1-hour snorkeling

PM – Rabida Island

Wet landing.  Lying at the heart of the archipelago this dramatic island, with its distinctive red-sand beach, is home to sea lions, mockingbirds, finches, endemic Galapagos doves and vermillion flycatchers. A walk takes us through a forest of palo santo and cacti to a beautiful overview of the bay. Snorkeling here can be excellent, often with large schools of black-striped salemas, sea lions and the

ubiquitous turtles.

Difficulty level: easy

Type of terrain: sandy

Duration: 1 1/2-hour walk / 1-hour snorkeling / 1-hour dinghy ride

Day 3 – Saturday

M – Urbina Bay (Isabela Island)

Wet landing.  At the far end of a long, level hike we arrive at a strange phenomenon where large blocks of coral lie completely exposed after a dramatic geological uplift in 1954. Located at the western base of Alcedo Volcano we hope to run into a few very impressive land iguanas as well as some of the volcano’s endemic Galapagos giant tortoises during the wet season.

Difficulty level: moderate

Type of terrain: flat & rocky

Duration: 1 ½-hour walk / 1-hour snorkeling

PM – Tagus Cove (Isabela Island)

Dry landing. A well-known hideout and deep water anchorage in the days of pirates, Tagus Cove was also one of the few sites visited by Charles Darwin and the HMS Beagle in 1835. A beautiful hike leads us past an overview of Darwin Lake and on to a stunning volcanic landscape revealing Isabela island’s dramatic northern volcanoes. Once back at sea level the perfect activity is to snorkel along a submerged wall with turtles, lots of fish, penguins and potentially flightless cormorants. You might even be tempted by a panga ride or kayak!

Difficulty level: moderate/demanding

Type of terrain: steep

Duration: 2-hour walk / 40-minutes panga ride / 1-hour deep water snorkeling

Day 4 – Sunday

AM – Espinosa Point (Fernandina Island)

Dry landing. The youngest island of Galapagos and one of the most pristine in the world. Fernandina is simply the “marine iguana capital of the world”. This desolate volcanic backdrop is home to a huge concentration of these enigmatic reptiles. Incongruously, sharing the same shoreline, we can find the diminutive Galapagos penguins. Here we also have the exciting opportunity to snorkel with marine iguanas feeding underwater, penguins, turtles and the bizarre, endemic, flightless cormorants.

Difficulty level: moderate

Type of terrain: flat/semi rocky

Duration: 1 1/2-hour walk / 1-hour snorkeling

PM – Vicente Roca Point (Isabela Island)

Great deep-water snorkeling at one of the richest marine havens on Earth, the Bolivar Channel. Accessible by water, we take a dinghy ride along the coast to observe a great diversity of sea and coastal birds; Nazca and blue-footed boobies, noddies, brown pelicans, penguins, flightless cormorants. The upwelling of cold water currents in this part of the Galapagos gives rise to an abundance of marine life, a perfect place for deep snorkeling.

Difficulty Level: moderate / demanding

Type of terrain: water

Duration: 1-hour snorkeling / 1-hour dinghy ride

Day 5 – Monday

AM – Highlands Tortoise Reserve (Santa Cruz Island)

Dry landing. In the central highlands of Santa Cruz Island we have our best opportunity to interact at close quarters with totally wild, Galapagos giant tortoises. A short walk among these huge, 600lb reptiles will also offer the chance for more highland species, especially several species of the famed finches.

Difficulty level: easy

Type of terrain: flat & muddy (depending on season)

Duration: 45-minute drive / 1 ½-hour walk

OR (for Extended Cruises only)

Pit Craters (Santa Cruz Island)

A visit to the collapsed, twin sink holes (Gemelos) puts us in a stunning forest of the endemic tree-forming Scalesia. Apart from the dramatic scenery this area is well known for its diversity of passerine

bird species.

Type of Terrain: Flat & muddy

Difficulty level: Easy

Duration: 45-minute drive / 1 ½-hour hike

Baltra Island Airport

After the visit, passengers will be transferred to the airport for their return flight to Guayaquil or Quito.

C – EAST ITINERARY (4 days/3 nights)

Day 1 – Monday

AM – Highlands Tortoise Reserve (Santa Cruz Island)

Dry landing. In the central highlands of Santa Cruz Island we have our best opportunity to interact at close quarters with totally wild, Galapagos giant tortoises. A short walk among these huge, 600lb reptiles will also offer the chance for more highland species, especially several species of the famed finches.

Difficulty level: easy

Type of terrain: flat & muddy (depending on season)

Duration: 45-minute drive / 1 ½-hour walk

OR (for Extended Cruises only)

Pit Craters (Santa Cruz Island)

A visit to the collapsed, twin sink holes (Gemelos) puts us in a stunning forest of the endemic tree-forming Scalesia. Apart from the dramatic scenery this area is well known for its diversity of passerine

bird species.

Type of Terrain: Flat & muddy

Difficulty level: Easy

Duration: 45-minute drive / 1 ½-hour hike

Day 2 – Tuesday

AM –  South Plaza Islet

Dry landing.  Sea lions, swallow-tailed gulls and land iguanas are all present at the landing site. The small island is covered with a carpet of a red succulent studded with Opuntia cacti. At the cliff edge, we spend time watching birds fly past at eye level in the up draught. These include, frigatebirds, flocks of Galapagos shearwaters and of particular note, flights of displaying red-billed tropicbirds. Back at sea level, we once again encounter land iguanas, some of which have hybridized with their resident marine cousins.

Difficulty level: moderate

Type of terrain: rocky

Duration: 2-hour walk

PM –North Seymour Island

Dry landing.   This flat, uplifted, island is an important spot to see both magnificent and great frigatebird males courting the females by clicking, bill-clapping, shuddering and flapping their wings, all while showing off their grossly inflated, bright red, gular pouch. We will also likely see courting blue-footed boobies displaying their unique feet while ‘dancing’ to a prospective mate. Sea lions, swallow-tailed gulls, crashing surf and distant views of the Daphne Islands top off a great visit.

Difficulty level: intermediate

Type of terrain: rocky

Duration: 2-hour walk, 30 minutes snorkeling

Day 3 – Wednesday

AM – Pitt Point &  Islet (San Cristobal Island)

Wet landing.  Sea lions will greet us as we land on the beach and prepare for our climb to a high point on the steep eroded tuff cone. This is the only place in the islands where we will enjoy the chance to see all three of the booby species in the same place. The red-foots will be perched on the Cordia lutea and small trees, the Nazca’s on the ground near the cliff edge while the blue-foots will be a little further inland. Frigatebirds will be all around and the views are breathtaking.

Difficulty level:demanding

Type of terrain: rocky

Duration: 2½-hour walk/ 40-minute snorkeling or kayaking

PM – Cerro Brujo (San Cristobal Island)

Wet landing. From our pangas, as we head to shore, we are first humbled by the immensity of the stunning cliffs of “Sorcerer’s Hill.” We can enjoy simply sharing the beach with sea lions, snorkeling from shore or take a walk to a hidden lagoon where we might spot black-necked stilts, ruddy turnstones, whimbrels and white-cheeked pintails.

Difficulty level: easy

Type of terrain: sandy

Duration: 1-hour walk / 1-hour snorkeling

Day 4 – Thursday

AM – Cerro Colorado Tortoise Reserve (San Cristobal Island)

Dry landing.  In the moist highlands of San Cristobal we will visit the giant tortoise breeding center to witness the most iconic creature of the archipelago in its various life stages. The tortoises wander in a semi-natural habitat which lends itself to good photographic opportunities. The aim of the reserve is to help restore populations of the threatened San Cristobal tortoise back into the wild. In town, there are shops to purchase local handicrafts and souvenirs.

Difficulty level: moderate

Type of Terrain: sandy

Duration: 40-minute bus drive to the Reserve / 1-hour visit

San Cristobal Airport

After the visit you will go to San Cristobal Airport for their return flight to Guayaquil or Quito.

D – SOUTH ITINERARY (5 days/4 nights)

Day 1 – Thursday

AM – San Cristobal Airport

Departure from Quito or Guayaquil to San Cristobal in a 2-hour flight. Upon arrival, passengers are picked up at the airport by our naturalist guides and taken on a ten-minute bus drive to the pier to board the M/V Galapagos Legend.

PM – Interpretation Center & Tijeretas Hill (San Cristobal Island)

Dry landing. The interpretation center is full of interesting information and offers the perfect overview to the formation of Galapagos, its significance in the world, threats and conservation efforts. Followed by a hike to Frigatebird Hill (Cerro Tijeretas) we will have great looks at both species of frigatebird, with the bonus of a beautiful view of the bay below.

Difficulty level: easy /moderate

Type of terrain: flat/stairs/rocky

Duration: 1-hour visit / 1-hour walk

Day 2 – Friday

AM – Gardner Bay, Gardner & Osborn islets (Española Island)

Wet landing.  One of the most stunning beaches in all of Galapagos. The long, white, sandy beach, lapped by turquoise waters is home to a colony of Galapagos sea lions, indifferent to the humans that walk amongst them. The Hood mockingbirds, endemic to this particular island, will be eager to inspect the visitors and satisfy their innate curiosity. Darwin’s finches may also join the throng including the reclusive warbler finch. We can also snorkel here from the beach, in the shallows of

the bay.

Difficulty level: easy

Type of terrain: sandy

Duration: 1-hour walk / 1-hour snorkeling

PM – Suarez Point (Española Island)

Dry landing. One of the highlight visits of the trip. Punta Suarez seems to have everything – a naturalist’s paradise. A slew of marine iguanas and sea lions greet us at the landing site from where our walk continues with close encounters of boobies, endemic lizards, gulls and even a dramatic blow hole. The oldest extant island in the archipelago it is our only opportunity to commune with the endemic waved albatross during their breeding season between April and December. With luck, we can watch their complex courtship display.

Difficulty level: demanding

Type of terrain: rocky

Duration: 2½-hour walk

Day 3 – Saturday

AM – Post Office (Floreana Island)

Wet landing. A very short walk from the beach leads us to the famous Post Office Barrel. Claimed to have been first setup in 1793 by Captain James Colnett it remains the oldest functioning “post office” in the Pacific. The system was that whalers and fur sealers would leave addressed letters in the barrel to be picked up by homeward bound colleagues. In the spirit of maintaining tradition visitors today will often take letters and hand-deliver them in their home countries.

Difficulty level: easy

Type of terrain: sandy

Duration: 30-minute walk / 1-hour snorkeling

PM – Cormorant Point / Devil’s Crown / Champion (Floreana Island)

Wet landing. On arriving, the observant visitor will notice that olivine, a volcanic crystal, has proffered a subtle green hue on the dark beach. Our walk takes us past island-endemic Scalesia plants to a large, shallow, lagoon often inhabited by a variable number of shockingly pink greater flamingoes. We continue through a forest of palo santo trees to arrive at a powdery white beach, a nesting area of green turtles. As we paddle barefoot in the shallow water we will spot diamond stingrays and white-tipped reef sharks.This coral-sand beach marks the end of our trail, and we head back to the olivine beach we landed on, to swim or snorkel amongst sea turtles, reef fish, sea lions and, on a good day, white-tipped reef sharks. A small colony of penguins resides on Floreana and can sometimes be observed as well.

One of the favorite snorkeling sites in the islands. Devil’s Crown, an eroded volcanic cone, is home to an abundance of fish and marine animals. We will swim with big schools of yellow-tailed surgeonfish, salemas and creole fish and with luck may spot turtles, spotted eagle rays, parrotfish, and even hammerhead sharks! The jagged ëcrowní is a roosting area for boobies, noddies, tropicbirds, and frigates.

A truly magical place to snorkel. We would expect to see here green turtles, harmless white-tipped reef

sharks, an impressive diversity and abundance of fish as well as some playful sea lions often approaching very close, itching to show off their prowess in the water. Champion Islet also happens to be the last remaining home of the island-endemic Floreana mockingbird which we may be lucky enough to see from our pangas.

Difficulty level: easy

Type of terrain: sandy & flat

Duration: 1-hour walk / 1-hour snorkeling

Day 4 – Sunday

AM – Charles Darwin Research Station & Fausto Llerena Breeding Center (Santa Cruz Island)

Dry landing. Once home to the famous Lonesome George, the last tortoise of the Pinta race, the breeding and relocation center is named in honour of his long-time guardian. The center is set in the Galapagos National Park Service where various interpretative buildings are available to visit. The grounds, with large stands of native vegetation, are one of the better places to spot some of the seldom seen Darwin’s finches such as the woodpecker, cactus and vegetarian finches.

Difficulty level: easy

Type of terrain: flat

Duration: 1½-hour walk

PM –Ballena Bay / Eden Islet (Santa Cruz)

Wet landing. The perfect spot to enjoy our water activities of snorkeling, kayaking or the glass-bottom boat. Expect to see lots of fish species including king angelfish, surgeonfish, parrotfish, damsels, rays and sharks. From the land portion of the visit there will be sea lions and basking marine iguanas with herons and turtles in the mangrove areas. We might even discover some antique ceramic relics left behind by previous settlements.

Difficulty level: moderate

Type of terrain: rocky

Duration: 1-hour walk / 1-hour snorkeling

Eden Islet is off the western coast of Santa Cruz. It offers opportunities to see Nazca and blue-footed boobies, reef sharks, and banks of endemic bream fish, either from the panga or while snorkeling.

Difficulty level: moderate

Type of terrain: water

Duration: 1-hour snorkeling

Day 5 – Monday

AM – Carrion Point (Santa Cruz Island)

Dinghy ride at the entry of the Itabaca channel in a lagoon with turquoise water, where we can observe sharks, blue footed boobies, and different kinds of fish.

Difficulty level: easy

Type of terrain: none

Duration:  1 hour dinghy ride

Baltra Airport

After the visit, passengers will be transferred to the airport for their return flight to Guayaquil or Quito.

 

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