Encantada: Encantada is a sleek, steel-hulled schooner. It has
a capacity for 10 passengers in double berth cabins. Facilities
include two bathrooms on the cabin deck and one bathroom the upper
deck. Public areas offer generous deck space, dining room and bar.
Darwin: Darwin was built in 1995 in Puerto Ayora, Galapagos and
is ideal for people who like lots of space on a yacht. It has eight
big double cabins with air conditioning, private bathroom and hot
water. There is a nice dining room a comfortable living room and bar.
Poseidon: Rebuilt in 2001. This small yacht is equipped with
all the facilities for your comfort and safety; its capacity: 10
passengers in 5 double cabins with upper and lower beds, and private
Anahi: The Anahi is a brand-new yacht for Galapagos travel. The catamaran styling makes this a very stable boat in the water. 16 passengers can be accommodated in 8 nice double cabins with outside views, air-conditioning , private bathroom, hot water, locker and closet, Jacuzzi, and observation deck/sundeck with chairs to sleep or relax.
Yolita: Yolita is a rather small Galapagos motor yacht,
carrying only 12 passengers. All cabins have upper/lower berths and
shared bathrooms. On deck, there is a large sun deck and open roof
deck for the star-gazers among you. Outside, it has a large front sun
deck and open roof deck.
The Valkiria is a top of the line french catamaran. This beautiful
yacht accommodates 10 guests in 5 large double cabins with full size
beds each with toilets and showers. The S/C Valkiria is the perfect
choice for a luxurious trip in the Galapagos.
Maverick: The Maverick takes groups of up to 16 people from
port to port, it's cruising speed is 15 knots and has 2 cabins one
with a full size bed and a smaller cabin with bunk beds if anybody
wants to sleep during the navigation, a full bathroom with shower,
A/C, full galley for cooking and nice saloon, snorkelling gear for 16
people, 3 crew members Captain, mechanic, guide.
Rumba: The Rumba a motorized yacht, is a tourist-class vessel which was set to sea in 2001, accommodates ten guests in five double occupancy cabins, each equipped with private facilities. Spacious yet cozy.
Galapagos Aggressor I & II: The 100-foot Galapagos Aggressor I and Galapagos Aggressor II are sister ships custom built and designed particularly for cruising the Archipelago of Galapagos. Both are beautifully decorated inside with teak wood creating a rich, nautical atmosphere. Built by Varadero Mena Ship Yard in Guayaquil, Ecuador, these 14-passenger vessels comply with all international safety standards.
Monserrat: The M/Y Monserrat is a naval steel boat totally refurbished at Guayaquil in 2004. Is equipped with all navigation and security standards, required by the National Park. Is the newest one operating on the Islands to serve 16 passengers with private facilities for a comfortable cruise. continues...