Galapagos Tourist Class Boats

Small Tourist Superior Boats

We have selected the below tourist-superior class boats as they provide comfortable on-board experience with frequent excursions onto the islands escorted by expert naturalist guides.

Coral I

Overview:

The Coral I and Coral II are sister vessels, although at 40 metres in length the Coral I is the larger of the two. Both vessels offer the same levels of comfort and the same itineraries. Custom-designed, Coral I offers an excellent blend of form and function, the interiors decorated throughout with dark teak and brass fittings and the layout carefully planned to maximise the views. The lounge and adjacent dining room are surrounded by windows so you won’t miss anything outside, while the observation and sun decks are great places to relax and enjoy the scenery. Three categories of cabins, all exterior across 3 decks, are well appointed and comfortable with windows or portholes – some interconnect to accommodate a family or group of friends. (Note: guests may be placed on either Coral I or Coral II and will be assigned on the day of departure).

Capacity: 36 Guests
Accommodation: Standard, Standard Plus and Junior Cabins
Cruise Durations: 4, 5, 8 and 15 day itineraries.

Coral II

Overview:

The Coral I and Coral II are sister vessels, although at 24 metres in length the Coral II is the smaller of the two. Both vessels offer the same levels of comfort and the same itineraries. Custom-designed, Coral II offers an excellent blend of form and function, the interiors decorated throughout with dark teak and brass fittings and the layout carefully planned to maximise the views. The lounge and adjacent dining room are surrounded by windows so you won’t miss anything outside, while the observation and sun decks are great places to relax and enjoy the scenery.
Three categories of cabins, all exterior across 3 decks, are well appointed and comfortable with windows or portholes – some interconnect to accommodate a family or group of friends. (Note: guests may be placed on either Coral I or Coral II and will be assigned on the day of departure).

Capacity: 20 Guests
Accommodation: Standard, Standard Plus and Junior Cabins
Cruise Durations: 4, 5, 8 and 15 day itineraries.

Galapagos Seaman Journey

Overview:

The catamaran Galapagos Seaman Journey is a well-designed and comfortable boat of almost 28 metres, with a bright and pleasant décor. It offers 8 light and airy exterior cabins – 6 twin on the main deck and 2 double-bed suites on the upper deck – with private bathrooms, air-conditioning and opening picture windows.
After an active day’s snorkelling, kayaking, swimming, or exploring the islands, there is a very large sundeck with massive day beds and sun-loungers where you can laze and chat or share a sunset with your shipmates. Or perhaps you’ll kick back in the well-stocked bar and lounge and talk about tomorrow’s adventures.

Capacity: 16 Guests
Accommodation: 6 Main Deck and 2 Upper Deck cabins
Cruise Durations: 4, 5, 8, 11, 12 and 15 days

Eric and Letty

Overview:

Eric and Letty are two identical sister yachts. They display a traditional maritime interior of polished teak, shiny brass and blue-&-white soft furnishings and are refurbished annually. At 25.3 metres, they each accommodate 10 outside-facing cabins located over three decks, each with a window or porthole, twin or double beds, an en-suite bathroom, and individual climate controls. There are generous communal areas, a large dining room, a bar and a lounge with flat-screen TV, while wide windows surround the top two decks, ensuring panoramic views of sea, sky and islands. Enjoy ocean breezes from the topside open or shaded sun deck, or lay back in the lounge chairs and gaze at a night sky full of stars.

Capacity: 20 Guests
Accommodation: 10 Cabins over 3 decks – Double, Twin and Triple
Cruise Durations: 8 day itineraries

Galaven

Overview:

The refurbished mid-range Galaven offers surprisingly generous space within its 27 metres and accommodates guests in 7 twin or triple cabins with portholes on the Main deck, 2 larger double suites with panoramic windows on the Upper deck, and an additional 2 twin cabins with windows on the Sun deck. All sport a simple and colourful décor, are air-conditioned and have private facilities.
There are excellent social areas, surrounded by windows – a roomy dining area, indoor bar, a lounge that easily accommodates the nightly briefings and presentations – as well as a top sun deck in front of the bridge where you can relax in comfortable sun-loungers.

Category: Tourist Class
Capacity: 20 Guests
Accommodation: 9 cabins and 2 suites
Cruise Durations: 4, 5, 8 and 15 days

Archipel I

Overview:

This 16 passenger motor catamaran was refurbished in 2018 and offers wide decks, large social areas, 8 cabins above the waterline with large windows and air conditioning. Accommodating 16 passengers the Archipel I is 27 metres long with a main deck and sun deck with comfortable sun-loungers and shaded outside dining area, indoor lounge, bar and dining area.

Category: Tourist Class
Capacity: 16 Guests
Accommodation: 8 cabins
Cruise Durations: 4 and 5 day itineraries

San Jose

Overview:

This 16 passenger motor yacht has comfortable cabins and 3 passenger guests which include a sundeck with loungers, a shaded outside area and internal lounge, dining area and bar.

Category: Tourist Class
Capacity: 16 Guests
Accommodation: 8 cabins
Cruise Durations: 4, 5 and 8 day itineraries

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