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Archipell II Galapagos Cruise


  •  The M/C Archiepll II Galapagos Cruise is a comfortable tourist-superior eco-catamaran
  • Plenty of common areas to relax and observe nature
  • Delicious international and Ecuadorian cuisine
  • Bilingual naturalist guide and nearly a 1-1 employee to passenger ratio
  • All cabins feature large windows

The M/C Archipell II is a comfortable Galapagos eco-catamaran cruise with a 16 passenger capacity. Its unique design provides stability for a safe and comfortable Galapagos cruise. 

In addition to the comfort and convenience on board the Eco-Catamaran Archipell II, this yacht has all the sophisticated navigation and safety equipment necessary for meeting the international regulations required by the Merchant Marine. Bottled water and fresh towels are supplied, and rooms are attended daily to provide the utmost comfort and service providing passengers with all they need to enjoy their time in the Galapagos.

Facilities:  There is a lounge with a complete library, TV, VHS and stereo equipment. There is also a large sundeck with reclining chairs, a large dining room, an inside bar, an outside bar, a diving platform, arrival and departure facilities, and an observation platform. Passengers can relax in the spacious common areas or enjoy cocktails from the boat’s well-supplied bar. The observation platform is also a great way for travelers to enjoy the sea breeze and landscape of the Galapagos Islands. Accommodations: The spacious Ecological Catamaran Archipell II has 9 beautiful cabins, each with low double and single beds, private bath with hot and cold water, air conditioning, closet and dresser. All the cabins are exterior and located on the main deck with a view of the ocean.


Technical Specifications 
Type  Motor Catamaran
Category  First Class
Year  2005
Capacity  16 passengers
Length  88.58 ft / 26.80 m
Beam  36.08 ft / 10.80 m
Draft  4.75 ft / 1.45 m
Speed  10 knots
Gross Tonnage  260 tons
Main Engines  2 Cummins IMO 250 hp each
Electric System  2 auxiliary generators (IMO)
Electric power  110v and 220v AC/DC
Water Capacity  3,000 gallons plus watermaker with 1000 gal/day capacity
Diesel Capacity  2,000 gallons
Construction Material  Fiberglass
Crew  8 members plus 1 bilingual nature guide II/III
Diving platform  3m x 11m



Itinerary A – 8 Days / 7 Nights
Monday AM San Cristobal Island: Arrival in San Cristobal Airport and Tranfer to the boat.
PM San Cristobal Island: Galapaguera
Tuesday AM South Plazas Islands
PM Santa Fe Island
Wednesday AM Santiago Island: Chinese Hat 
PM Santa Cruz Island: Dragon Hill
Thursday AM Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin St. / Tortoise Breeding Center
PM Santa Cruz Island: Highlands
Friday AM Isabela Island: Tintoreras
PM Isabela Island: Wetlands
Saturday AM Isabela Island: Moreno Point
PM Isabela Island: Elizabeth Bay
Sunday AM Isabela Island: Tagus Cove
PM Fernandina Island: Espinosa Point
Monday AM Santa Cruz Island: Bachas Beach
PM Baltra: Transfer to the Baltra Airport




Itinerary B – 8 Days / 7 Nights
Monday AM Baltra: Arrival in Baltra Airport and Transfer to the boat
PM North Seymour Island
Tuesday AM Bartholomew Island
PM Santiago Island:  Espumilla Island
Santiago Island: Buccaneer Cover
Wednesday AM Santiago Island: Egas Port
PM Rabida Island
Thursday AM Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin St. / Tortoise Breeding Center
PM Santa Cruz Island: Highlands
Friday AM Floreana Island: Champion Islet
Floreana Island: Cormorant Point
PM Floreana Island: Post Office Bay
Floreana Island:
Baroness Viewing Point
Saturday AM Española Island: Gardner Bay / OsbornIslet
PM Española Island: Suarez Point
Sunday AM San Cristobal Island: Pitt Point
PM San Cristobal Island: Witch Hill
Monday AM San Cristobal Island: Lobos Islands
PM San Cristobal Island: Transfer to the San Cristobal Airport


NOTE: Cruise Itinerary is subject to change due to Galapagos National Park dispositions or to circumstances  beyond our control (force majeure).

Above prices include:

Accommodation  in double cabins with private bathroom, hot water, and air conditioning
3 meals per day starting aboard the vessel
Tea, coffee and water – no bottle items – (soft drinks)
Naturalist bilingual guide (English – Spanish)
Snorkel equipment
Assistance at Quito Airport
Snacks after each visit

Above prices do not include:

 Flight to/from Galapagos Islands
 Galapagos National Park entrance fee US$ 100,00 Foreigners, $US 50,00 Andean Community)
 Transit Control Card US$ 20,00
 Wet suite (available for rent on board)
 Tips, personal expenses and extra beverages

Archipell II Galapagos Cruise
Archipell I - Bar
Archipell I - Relax Area
Archipell I - Dinning Room
Archipell I
Archipell I
Archipell I

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