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The Angelito (built in 1992) is almost a floating mini-hotel, with four sundecks that serve as patios, an elegant and well-lit dining deck with bar, and handsome wooden interior. Each cabin has upper and lower berths and is attached to its own full-bath with hot shower. Its superb service is ensured by the fact that one of Angelito's owners always skippers the craft. Fully air-conditioned and meeting all standard safety regulations, this little angel of a yacht tours through the Islands with pleasure. A perfect trip to the Galapagos archipelago is guaranteed!

 

 

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Accommodations

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The Angelito yacht is one of the higher class of the Standard Gringo boats at the Galapagos Islands, reputed for excellent service. An added bonus is the innovative itinerary that the yacht runs: one 8day loop visiting the traditional north and south Galapagos highlights, and another extensively visiting Isabela and Fernandina islands The itineraries can be linked together in various combinations to provide a unique Galapagos cruise experience.

The Angelito yacht has consistently received excellent client feedback and is considered a family boat which does accept young children aboard.

Accommodation

  • Number of cabins: 8 twin cabins (bunk beds)
  • Private bathroom: yes
  • Air conditioning: yes (central)
  • Hot water: yes
  • Sundeck: yes



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Technical Specifications

1992 built in Galápagos. Custom motor Yacht, completely wooden construction.

Length: 22 m (70 feet)

Beam: 6.6m (22 feet)

Speed: 10 Knots

Propulsion: 2 Cummin engines (new Oct. 98) , 300 HP each

Equipment: 2 generators for 110 and 220 V (plug socket 110 V), VHF and SSB marine radios, radar, depth sounder, G.P.S. 2 tenders (dinghies) with outboard motors, life-jackets.
Safety equipment that fulfill the highest standards, complying with international Coast Guard regulations.

Capacity: 16 passengers

Guest Accommodations: 8 double cabins each with toilet and shower. All cabins with air conditioning and fan

Crew: Captain, multilingual naturalist guide, first mate, mechanic, 2 sailors, cook and auxiliary cook

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Itinerary A
DAY PLAN
Sunday Arrival to Baltra Island
North Seymour Island
Monday Chinese Hat
Bartholome Island
Tuesday Genovesa Is: Darwin Bay
Prince Philips Steps
Wednesday Santiago Is: Egas Port
Rabida Island
Thursday Santa Cruz Is: Charles Darwin Station
Highlands
Friday

Española Is: Suarez Point
Gardner Bay

Saturday

Santa Fe Island
South Plaza Island

Sunday Santa Cruz Is: Black Turtle Cove
Baltra Airport

 

Itinerary A5
DAY PLAN
Sunday Arrival to Baltra Island
North Seymour Island
Monday Chinese Hat
Bartholome Island
Tuesday Genovesa Is: Darwin Bay
Prince Philips Steps
Wednesday Santiago Is: Egas Port
Rabida Island
Thursday Santa Cruz Is: Charles Darwin Station
Baltra Airport

 

Itinerary A4
DAY PLAN
Thursday Baltra Airport
Santa Cruz Is: Highlands
Friday Española Is: Suarez Point
Gardner Bay
Saturday Santa Fe Island
South Plaza Island
Sunday Santa Cruz Is: Black Turtle Cove
Baltra Airport

 

Itinerary B 
DAY PLAN
Sunday Arrival to Baltra Island
Santa Cruz Is: Bachas Beach
Monday Mosquera Islet
Santa Cruz Is: Dragon Hill
Tuesday Isabela Is: Tagus Cove
Fernandina Is: Espinoza Point
Wednesday Isabela Is: Urbina Bay
Elizabeth Bay
Thursday Moreno Point
Navigation to Villamil 
Friday Isabela Is: Sierra Negra Volcano
Giant Tortoise Breeding Center
Saturday Floreana Is: Cormorant Point – Devil’s Crown
Post Office Bay
Sunday Daphne Islet (Panoramic)
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 (It depends of the date and 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 service not described above.


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