Style: First Class Guests: 16
At 42 metres, Galapagos Sea Star Journey is larger than most in its category and, while maintaining a small-yacht feel, is able to provide very spacious cabins – including one larger Sea Star Suite. The air-conditioned cabins are located on the main and upper decks and each is equipped with opening windows and over-sized twin or queen beds. Common areas include a generous dining room, lounge and bar, a small library, and children’s play zone. The large sundeck at the top of the boat has both shaded and uncovered areas with two Jacuzzi’s, and, in addition, there is an onboard mini-spa with a sauna/steam room where therapies and massages are available.
There are 7 spacious Galapagos Suites onboard the Sea Star Journey. 2 are located on the Main Deck and 3 on the Upper Deck. They are 25 square metres with queen or twin bed configuration. The Suites on the Main Deck have a balcony and on the Upper Deck the suites are interconnected so they are ideal for families. All suites have a private bathroom and air conditioning.
The Sea Star Suite is located on the Upper Deck. This suites is the size of an apartment with a king size bed, panoramic windows, a large sitting area, a couch that is also a fold out sofa which can be used for triple accommodation. The Sea Star Suite has a private bathroom and air conditioning.
Sundeck with lounges and 2 Jacuzzi’s
All meals throughout the cruise
Transfers in the islands
Bilingual National Park Guide
Use of snorkeling equipment and kayaks
Water, tea and coffee
Year Built: 2011
Type: First Class Motor Yacht
Length: 42 metres
Beam: 13 metres
Speed: 12 knots
Capacity: 16 passengers, 1 bilingual naturalist guide, 1 host, 9 other crew members
Main Engines: 2x Caterpillar 340 HP
Safety & Navigation: 1 Satellite Compass, 2 magnetic Compasses, Tracking equipment. Communication system: Satellite telephone Radio: Several consoles HF-VHF-UHF, Nactex, Distrex and handheld units.