By Kim Kavin Sunlight peeks into the master stateroom, which is on the top deck. The TV in the main saloon encourages guests to leave their cabins. Latitude's entire aft third is for tender stowage and crew operations. Some beaches in the Las Perlas Islands are wide-open sand, while others have rock formations that seem tailor-made for hikes and photo ops. Latitude’s center console is great for rides ashore, or for fishing and diving should the larger power catamaran be in use with other guests. From many of the shoreside spots in the Las Perlas Islands, a visitor is able to look out to the water and see not a thing but pure blue. With plenty of room for hauling Scuba gear, the tender brings guests to one of the area's many interesting dive sites. Don't worry: If you're not a big diver and miss the marine life below the surface, you can always check out the sculptures on shore.