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A naturalist’s paradise

Galápagos Cruises

The Galápagos’ incredible natural diversity is the crucible from which Charles Darwin’s earth-shattering theory of evolution sprang. There are species of bird, animal, and plant life here that you simply won’t find anywhere else. Blue-footed boobies, giant tortoises, sea lions, marine iguanas – it’s like a nature documentary you can walk through. Get off the couch and come see it for yourself.

Popular Galápagos tours

Learn about our fleet of yachts

Why the Yolita?

Go west, Galápagos traveler

If you're keen to explore Isabela and Fernandina on the Galápagos' western edge, the Yolita is your ship. Her spacious cabins give you more room to spread out and relax after heading ashore to hike or snorkel.

  • Cabin washroom
  • Cabin washroom
  • Indoor lounge
  • Indoor bar
  • Meal aboard the Yolita
  • Double cabin
  • Dining room
  • Twin cabin

Yolita tours

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Why the Monserrat?

Get deeper into the islands

The Monserrat sails eight different Galápagos itineraries, making it super easy for you to find the adventure that’s just for you. Tours aboard this ship also feature two CEOs, providing the highest passenger-to-staff ratio in our Galápagos program.

  • Indoor bar
  • Upper double cabin
  • Lower twin cabin
  • Cabin washroom
  • Dining room
  • Meal aboard the Monserrat
  • Indoor lounge
  • Upper deck

Monserrat tours

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Why the Estrella del Mar?

Low price, high value

The Estrella del Mar opens the wonders of the Galápagos up to price-conscious travellers. Focused primarily on Fernandina and Isabela (the archipelago’s more remote western islands), itineraries aboard this ship match up seamlessly with adventures elsewhere in the islands, too.

  • Upper sun deck
  • Interior bar
  • Lower deck cabin
  • Dining room
  • Meal aboard the Estrella
  • Interior lounge
  • Interior lounge
  • Interior lounge

Estrella del Mar tours

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Why the Xavier III?

Roomy yet affordable

For high value, look no further than the Xavier III. This ship takes you through Galápagos National Park in search of the best possible views from the ship’s top deck, and allows plenty of time to snorkel underwater to get a different view of the islands.

  • Upper deck
  • Lounge
  • Interior cabin
  • Interior cabin two single
  • Interior cabin washroom
  • Meal aboard the Xavier
  • Dining area
  • Interior lounge

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Why the Eden?

Room to relax

The Eden boasts a variety of cabin types to host you on your excursion through the Galápagos. Add in two top-deck lounge areas, and you’re ready to explore the islands well-rested and ready to go.

  • Interior bar
  • Interior cabin bunk beds
  • Interior cabin washroom
  • Meal aboard the Eden
  • Dining area
  • Interior lounge
  • Lower deck twin cabin
  • Sun deck

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Why the Reina Silvia Voyager?

As evolved as all the species you’ll encounter

16 passengers can cruise together and let the CEO Naturalist Guide introduce you to all the wonders of these islands. Enjoy the view from a spacious sun deck, a private balcony (available with most cabins), or from the Jacuzzi.

  • Reina Silvia Voyager - rendering
  • Interior washroom - rendering
  • Twin cabin - rendering
  • Twin cabin - rendering
  • Interior cabin - rendering
  • Interior cabin - rendering
  • Dining area - rendering
  • Lounge - rendering

Reina Silva Voyager tours

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Boats Comparison

Xavier III

Monserrat

Yolita

Estrella del Mar

Eden

Reina Silva Voyager

Standard

Standard

Upgraded

Standard

Standard

Upgraded

16 passengers

20 passengers

16 passengers

16 passengers

16 passengers

16 passengers

1 expert CEO Naturalist Guide, 7 crew

2 expert CEO Naturalist Guides & 9 crew

1 expert CEO Naturalist Guide, 7 crew

1 expert CEO Naturalist Guide, 7 crew

1 expert CEO Naturalist Guide, 8 crew

1 expert CEO Naturalist Guide, 8 crew

4 lower deck double-occupancy cabins with port hole.
4 upper deck double-occupancy cabins with window

4 lower deck double-occupancy cabinswith port hole.
4 upper deck double-occupancy cabins with window

4 modern cabins on the main deck with twin side-by-side beds.
4 modern cabins on the upper deck with twin side-by-side beds.

6 upper deck twin-share (bunks) cabins.
4 lower deck twin-share (bunks) cabins.

3 upper deck twin-share (bunks) cabins.
1 main deck double bed cabin.
4 lower deck twin-share (lower berths) cabins.

4 main deck twin cabins (twin side-by-side beds) with balcony,
1 double cabin (double bed) no balcony,
2 upper deck twin cabins (twin side-by-side beds) with balcony,
2 upper deck single cabin (single bed each) with balcony.

All twin lower berths

Double or twin lower berths

Twin lower berths

All upper and lower berths (bunks)

Upper and lower berths (bunks), double, and twin lower berths

All double, twin or single lower berths. All twin berths can be joined

Air conditioning, private facilities, TV & DVD player in lounge area

Air conditioning, private facilities, TV & DVD player in lounge area.

Air conditioning, private facilities, TV in lounge area.

Air conditioning, private facilities, TV & DVD player in lounge area.

Air conditioning, private facilities, TV & DVD player in lounge area.

Air conditioning, private facilities, TV & DVD player in lounge area, jacuzzi.

Included snorkelling equipment, wetsuits, and all meals on board. Beach towels provided.

Included snorkelling equipment, wetsuits, and all meals on board. Beach towels provided. Hairdryers provided in all cabins.

Included snorkelling equipment, wetsuits, and all meals on board. Basic toiletries in all cabins, large closet spaces for storage and beach towels provided.

Included snorkelling equipment, wetsuits, and all meals on board. Beach towels provided.

Included snorkelling equipment, wetsuits, and all meals on board. Beach towels provided.

Included snorkelling equipment, wetsuits, and all meals on board. Beach towels provided. Basic toiletries in each cabin, individually controlled air conditioning, wash basin and shower. Comfortable full size mattresses and beds. Closet storage and safe, chairs and desk. Space under bed for suitcases.

Very spacious indoor-outdoor seating areas and sun chairs. Interior dining room with coffee, tea and water service on the main deck. Large lounge and bar area with TV and DVD player for daily briefings.

Spacious main deck. Lounge, bar and dining room. Large forward sundeck with lounge chairs. Observation deck with out door bar.

Large aft porch with couches and lounge chairs. Wraparound decks and sizeable common areas. An elegant dining room, lounge and bar for meals and briefings. Observation deck boasts outstanding sightlines.

Two-level wraparound deck with outdoor seating area on main deck and top level sundeck. Interior dining room on main deck with TV & DVD player for entertainment use

Two-level wraparound deck with outdoor lounge area and sundeck on the top deck. Interior dining room and living room on main deck with TV & DVD player for entertainment use.

All cabins on the main and upper decks. Spacious indoor dining area and lounge with TV and DVD player for briefings. There is a covered bar and seating area on the upper deck as well as a spacious sundeck with a covered area, seats and lounge chairs as well as a BBQ area and jacuzzi.

110V with North American flat plugs

110V with North American flat plugs

110V with North American flat plugs

110V with North American flat plugs

110V / 220V with North American flat plugs

110V / 220V with North American flat plugs

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Learn about the Galápagos Islands

The Western Islands

ISABELA & FERNANDINA

The largest and youngest of the Galápagos Islands, the less-visited western islands contain some of the archipelago’s largest colonies of birds and marine iguanas and boundless snorkelling opportunities. If you’re looking for wildlife, come here first.

Things to do

  • Hike to the caldera of Sierra Negra, a 1,124m (3,687 ft.) shield volcano
  • Visit massive colonies of seabirds and marine iguanas
  • Hike through lava fields and over black lava flows
  • See the five largest volcanoes in the Galápagos
The Southern Islands

FLOREANA & ESPA?OLA

The southern Galápagos islands are home to top-notch snorkelling and quirky tradition. Volcanic bays and unusual land formations provide shelter for a dazzling array of birds and fish, and the charming simplicity of Post Office Bay always raises a grin or two.

Things to do

  • Relax on white-sand beaches on Gardiner Bay or scale the volcanic landforms
  • Post a letter and take one home from Post Office Bay, the visitor-supported hand-delivery mail system
  • Discover exotic marine life at Isolte Champion, a snorkeller’s paradise
The Central Islands

SANTIAGO, SANTA CRUZ & SURROUNDING ISLANDS

The Galápagos’ central islands are perhaps the best spot from which to witness the full scope of the archipelago’s incredible natural diversity on the land and (with a snorkel) under the sea. While close together, each of these small islands has developed in isolation from its neighbours, spawning an amazing collection of plants and animals.

Things to do

  • Come face-to-face with 100-year-old Galápagos tortoises in Santa Cruz.
  • Enjoy the view from Pinnacle Rock on Bartolomé Island
  • Explore hidden snorkelling spots and white- sand beaches on Santiago
  • Swim with sea lions in the waters off North Seymour
The Northern island

GENOVESA

It’s hard to tear your eyes away from the water in the Galápagos, but you’ll want to look skyward on Genovesa. Home to an amazing concentration of bird life, this tiny rock is no slouch under the waves either, boasting a rich variety of aquatic animals that rival their winged neighbours.

Things to do

  • Snorkel the sunken crater of a volcano while keeping an eye out for sea turtles and reef sharks
  • Hike the trail that leads to El Barranco for a top-notch vantage point, passing massive colonies of seabirds along the way
  • Explore the largest nesting colonies of red-footed boobies and frigatebirds
The East Island

SAN CRISTóBAL

An aquatic haven of biodiversity, you’ll find just about every kind of creature (including snorkellers and scuba divers) imaginable off San Cristóbal’s clear waters. The land and sky are equally amazing, too, playing host to colonies of boobies, frigatebirds and volcanic landscapes.

Things to do

  • Sail through mysterious Kicker Rock and dive
  • Hike at Punta Pitt in search of three distinct species of booby
  • Relax on the white-sand beaches of Cerro Brujo
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