Cruise Experience

A once in a lifetime naturalist cruise

Enjoy amazing and unexpected encounters with the unique Galapagos wildlife. Meet different types of animals that will open your eyes to species you have never seen before and will never see again!

 

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Relax and soak up the inviting private ambience

Unlike massive cruise ships that navigate the seven seas and large vessels in Galapagos, our yachts like to run on a small scale, with everything you need for a pleasant and unforgettable stay.

 

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All the comfort you need within easy reach

Feel the refreshing sea breeze and the tropical sun on your skin while lounging in a deckchair on the spacious sun deck, and dream away with panoramic views or read a book.

 

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Mouthwatering

cuisine

Our professional cook and kitchen staff will treat you to a substantial breakfast, and mouthwatering warm lunches and dinners, all served in abundant buffet style.

 

 

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A yacht may be comfortably designed and furbished, but it’s the operating staff who make the difference to your stay on-board, in terms of safety, care and maintenance. Our welcoming staff members are understanding, helpful and dedicated to being at your beck and call, which is possible thanks to our superb passenger-crew rate of 16:9 (including naturalist guide). All are Ecuadorian and speak mostly Spanish, but your naturalist guide, barman, and the dedicated cruise director also speak English.

Crew Members

San Jose Crew

Our staff usually consists of eight experienced trained and IMO-certified crew-members (captain, 2 sailors, machinist, cook, kitchen help, bartender and housekeeper) and last but not least your naturalist guide. Though all of them have their specific tasks, each may assist you, or help out on-board.

 

It is hard work, but our crew are always smiling. To keep our staff motivated and to keep safety, service and quality levels high, our crews work in 6 week stints, before being replaced by a fresh team.

About the Yacht

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