This spanking new 32-passenger Galapagos cruise boat recently entered service for the first time. She is small in comparison to the other large cruise ships of our fleet. On one hand, the Evolution provides personalized service and a familiar atmosphere on board, on the other hand she offers all the equipments you would expect of a cruise ship. The 18 dedicated crew members are always at your service and will anticipate your every wish, making this Galapagos trip better than you ever dreamed of.
M/V Evolution looks as boats did in the 1920's but brings a level of comfort and safety of today. Our clients will live an experience of close contact with nature on land and in the water.... The most important issue for us is to show our clients the Islands at their best. Our Nature is Galapagos...
She is a 192 ft / 58.5 m. L.O.A. Cruise Ship that accommodates up to 32 passengers in 16 cabins, single or twin. Outfitted for individual passengers or charters, family departures and departures for the more active groups, she offers a mix of beautifully furnished salons, open decks and private areas for those looking for a close experience with the surrounding environment.
This vessel preserves the smaller boat atmosphere and attention to detail we pride ourselves in having on all our boats, with features such as an al-fresco dining area for all 32 passengers, a library/video room. Additionally, the yacht has such amenities as a small hot pool & bar, sunning deck, outside social/observation under a canopied roof deck & bar, air renewal system, boutique and infirmary with a MD on board at all times.
Type: Cruise Ship / Expedition Vessel
L.O.A.: 192 feet / 58.5 meters
Accommodations: 16 cabins for up to 32 passengers with private facilities
Beam: 29 feet / 8.9 meters
Draft: 10.5 feet/ 3.2 meters
Engines: Caterpillar 3512 T1TA 1300hp
Generators: Northern Lights 150 KVA
Electricity: 110 volts AC / 60 Hz
Cabins: 3 Cabins on the Bride / Albatros deck 9 Cabins on the Main / Cormorant deck / 4 Cabins on the Lower / Dolphin deck
Crew: 18 plus up to 2 naturalists guides & 1 Cruise Director
- 16 Cabins.
- All cabins have premium accommodation with ample spaces to hang and store clothing.
- 3 Jr. Suites on Bridge- A deck.
- 9 Cabins on Main – C deck.
- 4 Cabins on Lower – D deck.
- Private bathroom per cabin.
- Hot water.
- Air conditioning.
- Inside dinning room and Al-Fresco dinning room.
- Hot tub.
- Ample outside deck.
- Kids-club “ Fun activities, Play Station, kids expedition journal, learning activities”
- Snorkel and kayak included, water suit (optional-30$ for the use during the entire voyage).
- One kid “6-11” years old per family 30% off.
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|Itinerary (San Cristobal)|
|Saturday||San Cristobal Airport
|Sunday||South Plazas Island
Santa Cruz Island: Carrion Point / Mosquera Islet
|Monday||Chinese Hat Islet
Santiago Island: James Bay
|Tuesday||Genovesa Island: Darwin Bay
Prince Phillip's Steps
|Wednesday||North Seymour Island
Santa Fe Island
Post Office Bay - Baroness Lockout Commorant Point - Devil's Crown
|Friday||Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station
|Saturday||Santa Cruz Island: Black Turtle Cove
Daphne Major Islet
|Sunday||Isabela Island: Vicente Roca Point
Fernandina Island: Espinoza Point
|Monday||Isabela Island: Urbina Bay
Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay
|Wednesday||Santa Cruz Island: Bachas Beach
|Thursday||Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station
|Friday||Española Island: Suarez Point
Gardner Bay - Gardner & Osborn Islet
|Saturday||San Cristobal Island: Interpretation Center
San Cristobal Airport