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Our slightly larger comfort-class boat has the space to accommodate 20 passengers, which is still considered a small group in the Galapagos. Sharing the same amenities as our original tour yachts, this air-conditioned vessel enjoys slightly larger common areas, both outdoors and indoors, as well as 2 spacious suites.

 

 

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Galapagos Galaven Yacht Accommodations

The Galaven is an 88 ft. expedition vessel for 20 passengers. There are 11 double cabins, all with private bathrooms, air-conditioning and ocean views.

The Galaven offers spacious outdoor seating areas with sun chairs, a large interior dining room and a library equipped with a TV & DVD player for daily briefings and presentations.

Bilingual Galapagos National Park guides accompany you to all visitor sites.

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Technical Specifications

Year o f construction: 2000
Type: Mid-Range Expedition Vessel
Length: 88 feet (27 m)
Beam: 22 feet (7 m)
Draft: 6 feet (2 m)
Gross tonnage: 171 tons
Capacity: 20 passengers

Accommodation:

  • Main Deck:
  • 4 Double cabins (twin beds) (78ft² / 7m²) / 3 Double cabins (1 double + 1 bunk beds) (7m² / 75ft²)
  • Upper Deck:
  • 2 Suites (double bed) (100ft² / 9m²)
  • Sun Deck:
  • 2 Double cabins (twin beds) (74 ft² / 7m²)
  • All cabins with private bathrooms, hot water and air-conditioning

Crew:

  • Captain
  • 2 Bilingual naturalist Galapagos National Park guides
  • 8 other crew

Safety & Navigation:

  • All equipment meets / exceeds the international safety standards
  • Life vests
  • GPS
  • Sonar
  • Naval radars
  • Fire detection and prevention systems.



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Itinerary A
DAY PLAN
Tuesday Arrival Baltra
Santa Cruz Is: Black Turtle Cove
Wednesday Genovesa Is: The Barranco
Darwin Bay
Thursday Santiago Is: Sullivan Bay
Rabida Island
Friday Santa Cruz Is: Charles Darwin Station
El Chato
Saturday Santa Cruz Is: Dragon Hill
Bachas Beach
Sunday Floreana Is: Post Office Bay
Cormorant Point or Devil’s Crown
Monday Española Is: Suarez Point
Gardner Bay
Tuesday San Cristobal Is: Interpretation Center
San Cristobal Airport

 

Itinerary A (5D/4N)
DAY PLAN
Friday Arrival Baltra
Santa Cruz Is: El Chato
Saturday Santa Cruz Is: Dragon Hill
Bachas Beach
Sunday Floreana Is: Post Office Bay
Cormorant Point or Devil’s Crown
Monday Española Is: Suarez Point
Gardner Bay
Tuesday San Cristobal Is: Interpretation Center
San Cristobal Airport

 

Itinerary A (4D/3N)
DAY PLAN
Tuesday Arrival Baltra
Santa Cruz Is: Black Turtle Cove
Wednesday Genovesa Is: The Barranco
Darwin Bay
Thursday Santiago Is: Sullivan Bay
Rabida Island
Friday Santa Cruz Is: Charles Darwin Station
Baltra Airport

 

Itinerary B  
DAY PLAN
Tuesday San Cristobal Airport
Jacinto Gordillo Breeding Center or Puerto Chino 
Wednesday Santa Fe Island
South Plazas Island
Thursday Santa Cruz Is.: Charles Darwin Station 
Twin Craters
Friday Isabela Is: Sierra Negra Volcano
Wetlands – Wall of Tears – Tortoise Breeding Center
Saturday Isabela Is.: Moreno Point
Tagus Cove
Sunday Fernandina Is.: Espinoza point
Isabela Is.: Vicente Roca Point
Monday Santiago Is: Espumilla beach or Buccaneer Cove
Bartholome Island
Tuesday North Seymour Island
Baltra Airport

Rate includes:

  • All meals throughout cruise
  • Transfers in the islands
  • All excursions
  • Bilingual National Park Guide
  • Use of snorkeling equipment
  • Fuel surcharge
  • Free airport assistance*
  • Free transfers*

Not included:

  • Ecuador-Galapagos-Ecuador airfare
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • $100 Galapagos National Park fee
  • $20 Transit Control Card
  • Use of wetsuit
  • Travel / medical insurance
  • Tips

 

 


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