This boat has features not found on other yachts of its class. On the main deck’s aft is the boarding and swim platform, and the extended bow pulpit is excellent for scouting whales and dolphins. The upper deck features a large, sheltered lounge and bar, with unusual circular seating that assures you a 360-degree view of the Islands while having a drink at sunset and equator crossings.

You’ll cruise the Galapagos in comfort, enjoying tasteful cuisine, informative lectures by the certified bilingual naturalist guide, and curling up in the library to read or watch nature films. The six staterooms have twin or king-sized beds, and four rooms include a hidden berth for the third member of your party. All accommodations have air conditioning and a large, en-suite bathroom with full-size shower.

Snorkeling gear and kayaks will help you in your explorations of the islands.


Days  Description:
Saturday AM Arrival in Baltra Airport and Transfer to the boat
PM  Santa Cruz: Breeding Center Fausto Llerena
Sunday AM  Española: Gardner Bay / Gardner Islet / Osborn Islet
PM  Española: Suarez Point
Monday AM  San Cristobal: Lobos Island, Kicker Rock
PM San Cristobal: Pitt Point
Tuesday AM Santa Fe Island
PM South Plaza Island
Wednesday AM Genovesa: Darwin Bay
PM Genovesa: El Barranco
Thursday AM Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay
PM Bartholomew Island
Friday AM Rabida Island: Rabida
PM Chinese Hat Islet
Saturday AM Transfer to Baltra Airport
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Days Description:
Saturday AM Arrival to Baltra Airport and Transfer to the boat
PM Santa Cruz: Twin Craters
Sunday AM Floreana Island: Cormorant Point, Champion Islet
PM Floreana Island: Post Office Bay
Monday AM Isabela: Moreno Point
PM Isabela: Elizabeth Bay
Tuesday AM Isabela: Urbina Bay
PM Fernandina: Espinosa Point
Wednesday AM Isabela: Tagus Cove
PM Isabela: Vicente Roca Point
Thursday AM Santiago Island: Espumilla Beach or Buccaneer Cove
PM Santiago Island: Egas Port
Friday AM Santa Cruz Island: Bachas Beach
PM North Seymour Island
Saturday AM Transfer to Baltra Airport
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Ecuador Travel Online reserves the right of making any change without previous notification, to the itinerary according to circunstances, this could be Galapagos National Park regulations notifications, weather conditions, availability, safety concerns or any other demanded condition which matters may cause your guide or captain to change the time or nature of visits.





All meals and excursions

Transfers in the islands

Bilingual National Park Guide

Use of snorkeling equipment

Free airport Assistance*

Free airport Transfers*

1 Hotel night in Quito or Guayaquil
(the day before the cruise)*

2 Free transfers to Galapagos Flights*

*Applies when purcharsing airfare from Royal Galapagos.

Roundtrip Airfare to / from Galapagos

Alcoholic drinks

$100 Galapagos National Park fee

$20 Transit Control Card

Use of wetsuit

Travel / medical insurance


Personal Expenses


Deck Plan






Technical Specifications
Category First Class
Capacity 16 passengers
Length over all 90 feet / 28 meters
Length waterline 75 feet / 23 meters
Beam 22 feet / 7 meters
Draft 6 feet / 2 meters
Cruising speed 10 knots
Main engines 2 GM 8V71 N
Generators 2 ISUZU 60 KW 110/220 V AC, 60 Hz
Accommodation Six staterooms.

Two staterooms are doubles which can be configured with either two lower twin beds or one king-sized bed.

The four additional cabins are furnished with two lower twin beds.

which can be configured as doubles or king, and one Pullman-style bed.

They will be considered doubles and used as triples only upon request.

All staterooms have en suite facilities.

Fully air-conditioned
TV and DVD player
Flush toilets (freshwater, compressed air assisted)
Dining room, salon and bar area 500 sq ft
Top deck lounge area 280 sq ft
Equipment Reverse Osmosis sea water desalination plant  (8 metric tons/day) UV water treatment filter
Washer and dryer
Oil water separator with Tekma OMD.
Snorkeling gear
Two tenders: PUMAR (with 25 hp four stroke outboards)
Stereo system: (speakers throughout with individual controls)
Inmarsat SATCOM (for Outer Island communication) and cellular telephone system
Navigation equipment Radar
Depth sounders
SSB HF radio
VHF radio
Digital-Selective-Calling radio
Horizontal Scanning Sonar
Safety Two life rafts (25 persons each)
Smoke and fire alarms throughout
9 GHz Radar Responder
Automatic fire extinguishing system in engine room.

Terms & Conditions

Cancellations made up from the confirmation date to 120 days or more prior to the cruise departure date, have a cancellation fee of $500 per passenger.
Cancellations made between 119 and 71 days before the cruise departure date have a cancellation fee of 40% of the total tour cost.
Cancellations made between 70 and 41 days before the cruise departure date have a cancellation fee of 80% of the total tour cost.
Cancellations made between 40 and 0 days before the cruise departure date have a cancellation fee of 100% of the total tour cost.
In case of cancellations, they must be requested formally through email.

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