Galapagos

Our Fleet

We own and operate:


Santa Cruz II
Santa Cruz II ship
  • Small groups – average just 11 guests per guide
  • 7 naturalist guides + 1 Expedition Leader
  • 99% of visitor sites are not shared with other vessels
  • Glass-bottom boat, kayaks, snorkelling, swimming, panga coastal exploration (all aquatic activities authorised by the National Park)
  • 72% (36) cabins are interconnected
  • No cabins at sea level, near engines or generators
  • 58% increase in passengers space ratio (29.6)
  • A Cordon-Bleu gastronomy Director
  • Doctor on board (24/7), with a fully equipped infirmary, free of charge
  • Sustainable cruise technology, including a waste-water treatment plant
  • 90% of all cabins will include convertible beds
  • Explorer cabins with 163,2 sq ft / 15,2 m2
  • Barbecue and al-fresco dining
  • 31% reduction in fuel consumption compared with its predecesor, resulting in a lower environmental footprint per Guest

Yacht La Pinta
La Pinta Yacht

  • Upscale design throughout, ideal for travellers who are looking for a luxury experience
  • Features some of the largest cabins of any Galapagos expedition vessel
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows in all cabins and panoramic windows in common areas
  • Small groups – average just 12 guests or less per guide
  • 3 naturalist guides + 1 expedition leader
  • Gourmet meals created by a Cordon-Bleu gastronomy director
  • Our vessel size (vs. minimal-scale craft) minimizes the possibility of seasickness, offers ample deck space and features more amenities
  • Sustainable cruise technology, including new engines to cut emissions and a wastewater treatment plant, reducing guests’ environmental footprint
  • Glass-bottom boat, kayaks, snorkelling, swimming, panga coastal exploration (all aquatic activities authorised by the National Park)
  • Al-fresco dining
  • Medical doctor on board for free consultations

Yacht Isabela II
Yacht Isabela II

  • Intimate Galapagos experience (just 20 couples – only 40 guests)
  • Small groups – average just 13 guests or less per guide
  • 2 naturalist guides + 1 expedition leader
  • State-of-the-art technology for multimedia presentations and natural history lectures; onboard library
  • Gourmet meals created by a Cordon-Bleu gastronomy director
  • The vessel size (vs. minimal-scale craft) minimizes the possibility of seasickness, offers ample deck space and features more amenities
  • Sustainable cruise technology, including low emissions and a wastewater treatment plant, reduces guests’ environmental footprint
  • Glass-bottom boat, kayaks, snorkelling, swimming, panga coastal exploration (all aquatic activities authorised by the National Park)
  • Medical doctor on board for free consultations
  • BBQ and al-fresco dining
  • Experienced, tightly-honed crew with an excellent sense of teamwork and dedication, providing a warm welcome for guests

Finch Bay Galapagos Hotel
Finch Bay Hotel
  • Perfect Land & Sea Holiday: Combination of yacht exploration with a land-based stay
  • Puerto Ayora’s sole beachfront property, located in a pedestrian-only zone
  • A perfect combination for families and groups of all ages thanks to numerous activities including hiking, mountain biking, snorkelling, and surfing
  • Recognised as the World’s Leading Green Hotel in 2014 by the World Travel Awards; 4 consecutive years a World Travel Awards winner; Condé Nast 2014 Readers’ Choice Finalist
  • Diving packages available
  • The best way to explore Galapagos for guests concerned about seasickness
  • In walking distance to top Santa Cruz Island attractions including Las Grietas, Tortuga Bay, and the Charles Darwin Research Centre
  • Award-winning green technology including solar panels, the sole water treatment plant of any hotel in Puerto Ayora, and organic produce reduce guests’ environmental footprint
  • Gourmet meals created by a Cordon-Bleu gastronomy director
  • Full renovation of all rooms and common areas slated to be completed by late 2015
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