On a Boat Trips

General Information

Although the Galapagos Islands are a beautiful once -in- a -lifetime experience no matter which boat you are on, remember that you’ll still spend a considerable amount of your holiday on board. Snorkeling is possible on nearly every boat but SCUBA diving is available on only a limited number of boats.

 

Charter a Galapagos Boat:

Are those used by a group of students, a corporation, a club or any group of people who wants a private experience.

 

When to go to the Galapagos Islands?

Both the availability of space and the weather in the Galapagos may affect when you choose to go to the Islands. Most boats fill up months, or even years ahead of time for July, August, December and early January. Other times of the year availability is greater.

For those that want the extra safety, social feel, amenities, stability, and spaciousness that cruise ships provide, larger ships may be the ideal way to visit the Galapagos. If you are looking for the “Love Boat” or similar gigantic cruise ship, you will have to look elsewhere. The Galapagos National Park sets a wise limit on ships to 100 passengers and on-land tours to 20 people per group.

The most of the cruises have a buffet style breakfast and lunch, with dinner served in a more formal atmosphere.

 

The cruises’s itinerary will be announcing the in advance.

The cabins are spacious and the size of the boat provides for less rocking for those that have a difficult time travelling on the sea.

For those who prefer a more intimate experience onboard and on the islands, we recommend choosing a small yacht. The small yachts that we offer are typically handmade romantic sailboats or swift modern motor yachts that offer high quality personal service. With fewer people you are more likely to get to know your shipmates, develop a relationship with your guide, be able to ask him or her more detailed questions, and have less people to compete with when taking photos.

Likewise, a small group generally has less impact on the fragile Galapagos environment. Another advantage to small yachts is the fact that often, large ships cannot anchor or disembark at some visitor sites due to their size or a high number of passengers. We have divided the small yachts we offer into cruise ships, high-end yachts, first class, mid-range and low priced Galapagos tours.

 

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General Information

Although the Galapagos Islands are a beautiful once -in- a -lifetime experience no matter which boat you are on, remember that you’ll still spend a considerable amount of your holiday on board. Snorkeling is possible on nearly every boat but SCUBA diving is available on only a limited number of boats.

 

Charter a Galapagos Boat:

Are those used by a group of students, a corporation, a club or any group of people who wants a private experience.

 

When to go to the Galapagos Islands?

Both the availability of space and the weather in the Galapagos may affect when you choose to go to the Islands. Most boats fill up months, or even years ahead of time for July, August, December and early January. Other times of the year availability is greater.

For those that want the extra safety, social feel, amenities, stability, and spaciousness that cruise ships provide, larger ships may be the ideal way to visit the Galapagos. If you are looking for the “Love Boat” or similar gigantic cruise ship, you will have to look elsewhere. The Galapagos National Park sets a wise limit on ships to 100 passengers and on-land tours to 20 people per group.

The most of the cruises have a buffet style breakfast and lunch, with dinner served in a more formal atmosphere.

 

The cruises’s itinerary will be announcing the in advance.

The cabins are spacious and the size of the boat provides for less rocking for those that have a difficult time travelling on the sea.

For those who prefer a more intimate experience onboard and on the islands, we recommend choosing a small yacht. The small yachts that we offer are typically handmade romantic sailboats or swift modern motor yachts that offer high quality personal service. With fewer people you are more likely to get to know your shipmates, develop a relationship with your guide, be able to ask him or her more detailed questions, and have less people to compete with when taking photos.

Likewise, a small group generally has less impact on the fragile Galapagos environment. Another advantage to small yachts is the fact that often, large ships cannot anchor or disembark at some visitor sites due to their size or a high number of passengers. We have divided the small yachts we offer into cruise ships, high-end yachts, first class, mid-range and low priced Galapagos tours.

 

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