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The Galapagos islands…… a unique archipelago……a unique experience. It is dramatic yet beautiful world of volcanic landscapes and fearless animals: Giant tortoises, fur seals, sea lions, marine iguanas, frigate birds, blue-footed boobies and much more. A visit to this national park and world heritage site will be an unforgettable, and unparalleled experience.


Located in the Pacific Ocean, roughly 1000km off the coast of Ecuador, straddling the equator. The isolation of these islands has permitted life forms to evolve into species found only in Galapagos. Famously observed by Charles Darwin, his research contributed to the fame of the islands.


The archipelago encompasses over 50 islands of volcanic origin that are spread out over an area of about 4500 sq. kms. The oldest of these is not more than 2.4 million years old, a baby in geological terms. The islands are among the most volcanically active group of islands in the world.


The Galapagos gained fame with the publication of Darwin’s Voyage Of The Beagle and Origin Of The Species, but also with various scientific expeditions, notably, The California Academy of Sciences in 1906. The Galapagos National Park was established in 1959 to protect the unique and therefore precious flora and fauna of the islands. In that same year the Charles Darwin Research Station was founded in Academy Bay on Isla Santa Cruz. Both of these help to create the well managed and protected national park we have today.


Galapagos - Up Close and Personal


Traveling aboard a yacht ensures the visitor receives the most intimate Galapagos experience.


Truly ‘up close and personal’ with nature and the rugged beauty of the islands: Leaning over the bow watching the dolphins riding the bow wave inches away; spotting that whale in the distance; anchoring in a quiet and secluded cove; strolling the beach amongst the sea lions and watching the boobies dive into the surf; it truly is a unique opportunity.


All the vessels run weekly cruises, following fixed itineraries that are approved by the Galapagos National Park. Each boat has a full crew including a multilingual naturalist guide who has been trained and licensed by the Galapagos National Park Service and the Charles Darwin Research Station.


Participants do not need boating experience but should be prepared for life on board. For those who want a sense of adventure, yacht travel will be exhilarating.


M/Y Beluga

The Beluga is a premium motor yacht that accommodates 16 passengers in 8 double cabins.
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Superior First Class Motor Yacht

M/Y Cachalote Explorer

The Cachalote Explorer is a premium motor yacht that accommodates 16 passengers in 8 double cabins
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First Class Motor Yacht

M/Y Cachalote Explorer

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