Explorer: Built in 1990, with an overall length of 89.35 m and
reaching 17 knots, the M/V Galapagos Explorer II is the most elegant
of the vessels cruising the Galapagos' waters.
Designed to provide
both comfort and scientific information to 100 passengers visiting the
Galapagos National Park, this vessel travels up to the remotest
islands of the Archipelago.
Alta: One of the most beautiful yachts in Galapagos, the Alta
is an elegant single hulled sailing vessel. Exuding charm and style,
she has eight tastefully decorated cabins for up to 16 people. Each
cabin is fitted with dark wooden furniture and a private shower room
and there is generous drawer and hanging space.
Beluga: Beluga is a deluxe class, 110 foot, motor vessel. It is
fully air-conditioned throughout and will carries up to 16 passengers
that are accommodated in eight beautifully furnished staterooms. Each
cabin comes equipped with a private bathroom and shower. The
well-trained crew and naturalist guide provide excellent service for
passengers onboard and offshore in the Galapagos Islands.
The Beagle: The Beagle (formerly known as Andando) is a
magnificent 105-foot steel hulled schooner, with teak decks and a
luxurious interior. The Beagle provides comfortable spacious
accommodations for 12 passengers, yacht maintenance and safety
equipment that meet the highest standards, ample open and shaded deck
space, delicious Ecuadorian and international cuisine served in the
salon or on deck, and personal service on board by a superbly trained
crew and guide.
Coral I: The Coral I is a modern and spacious motor yacht to
give a unique Galapagos tour an exclusive touch.
Up to 20 passengers
can be accommodated in 18 spacious cabins decorated with
a marine style taste.
There is plenty of room for storage, and even
better, all beds in all cabins are lower and they can be arranged as
matrimonial, as well as single and twin beds.
Coral II: The Coral II is a fully equipped, spacious yacht with
custom-designed teak and bronze interiors. The yacht has a capacity
for 26 people in a variety of cabin options, all fully air
conditioned. The Coral II offers comfortable lounges, dining rooms and
conference areas with TV and VCR.
Eclipse: The M/V Eclipse provides an exceptional level of
comfort and elegance. This vessel preserves the smaller boat
atmosphere and attention, with features such as an alfresco dining
area for all 48 passengers, a naturalist guide for every 12 passengers
and a library/video room.
Reina Silvia: This is one of the most valuable yachts sailing in Galapagos, once built to host Queen Sylvia of Norway. The yacht also offers Diving cruises or maybe the possibility of having a couple dives in your regular Cruise. Reina Silvia is fully air conditioned, accommodates her guests in eight double cabins, all furnished with oversized upper and lower beds, WC, shower, washbasin and vanity. continues...