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Galapagos Seaman Catamaran

The incredible Seaman Journey Catamaran is equipped with the newest technology and the most modern facilities.

Equiped with beautiful and comfortable double cabins with maximum capacity of 16 passengers, all with windows to the outside, allows for both intimacy and camaraderie at the same time. This ship is another jewel from the well known Galapagos Journey Fleet with the perfect combination of adventure, comfort, service and excellence!

 

 

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Accommodations Galapagos Seaman Catamaran

M.C. Seaman Journey is a first class catamaran that began sailing the Galapagos Islands in January 2008. She is a luxurious catamaran offering superior comfort, size, style, and stability. The Seaman Journey makes it possible to enjoy several cruises in the Galapagos with different itineraries that include amazing land tours on most of the Galapagos Islands. During these Galapagos cruises our guests will encounter many endemic species like Galapagos Giant Tortoises, Penguins, Land and Marine Iguana’s, Frigate Birds, Blue Footed Boobies, and much more!

During one of the cruises each guest can enjoy the well-furnished areas offering comfort and privacy. Seaman Journey has a maximum capacity of 16 passengers allowing both intimacy and camaraderie at the same time.

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Technical Specifications

Type: Motor Catamaran

Category: Boutique Yacht First Class Naturalist Liveaboard

Year: 2007

Capacity: 16 passengers

Length: 90 feet / 27.6 m

Beam: 36.08 feet / 11 m

Draft: 4.75 feet / 1.45 m

Cruising Speed: 10 knots

Gross Tonnage: 260 tons

Main Engines: 2 Cunmins of 35 hp each (IMO)

Generators: 2 55 KW each (IMO)

Electric power: 110v and 220v AC/DC.

Water Capacity: 3000 gallons plus water maker with 2000 gal/day capacity

Diesel Capacity: 2500 gallons

Material Construction: Fiberglas

Crew: 9 members

Facilities:

• 8 large, beautiful and comfortable double cabins with outside views, private bathroom, cold/hot water, locker and closet, comfortable dining room, two bars and a lounge, library, centralized full air conditioning, first aid, water purifier, observation deck and spacious sundeck with chairs for sleeping and relaxing.
• All the equipment necessary for sailing in fulfilment with International Coast Guard regulations.

Accommodation:

• 6 cabins on the main deck with twin beds and window (2.80m x 4.90 m.)
• 2 cabins on the upper deck with double beds and window (4.30 m x 3.50 m)

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Itinerary A
DAY PLAN
Friday Arrival to Baltra Island
North Seymour Island
Saturday Genovesa Is: El Barranco
Darwin Bay 
Sunday South Plazas Island
Santa Fe Island
Monday San Cristobal Is: Tortoise Breeding Center – Junco Lagoon 
San Cristobal Airport

 

Itinerary B
DAY PLAN
Monday San Cristobal Airport
Interpretation Center
Tuesday San Cristobal Is: Natural Galapaguera
Witch Hill
Wednesday Española Is: Gardner Bay – Gardner Islet
Osborn Islet – Suarez Point
Thursday Floreana Is: Cormorant Point – Champion Islet
Post Office Bay 
Friday Santa Cruz Is: Charles Darwin Station – Twin Craters 
Baltra Airport

 

Itinerary C
DAY PLAN
Friday Arrival to Baltra Island
Santa Cruz Is: Highlands
Saturday Fernandina Is: Mangle Point
Isabela Is: Moreno Point 
Sunday Isabela Is: Urbina Bay
Tagus Cove
Monday Fernandina Is: Espinoza Point
Isabela Is: Vicente Roca Point
Tuesday Santiago Is.: Espumilla Beach – Buccaneer Cove
Egas Port
Wednesday Rabida Island 
Chinese Hat   
Thursday Santiago Is: Sullivan Bay
Bartholome Island  
Friday North Seymour Island
Baltra Airport

 

 

Itinerary C1
DAY PLAN
Friday Arrival to Baltra Island
North Seymour Island
Saturday

Genovesa Is: El Barranco
Darwin Bay

Sunday South Plazas Island
Santa Fe Island
Monday San Cristobal Is: Tortoise Breeding Center – Junco Lagoon 
Interpretation Center
Tuesday San Cristobal Is: Natural Galapaguera
Witch Hill
Wednesday Española Is: Gardner Bay – Gardner Islet
Osborn Islet – Suarez Point
Thursday

Floreana Is: Cormorant Point – Champion Islet
Post Office Bay

Friday Santa Cruz Is: Charles Darwin Station – Twin Craters
Baltra Airport

 

These prices include:

• All Transfers Airport – Yacht – Airport in Galapagos
• Cruise on board the yacht of your choice
• Three complete meals per day
• Excursions to the Islands
• English speaking naturalist guide

The price does not include:

• Round trip airfare to Galapagos approximately of US $500.00 (Price depends on the date of your trip)
• Galapagos National Park fee US $100.00 (To be paid in cash in Galapagos)
• Galapagos Transit card of US $20.00 (To be paid in cash in the airport in Quito)
• Tips
• Alcoholic beverages.
• Special services not described above.

 


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