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|Jul 08 – 12||5||C||$ 4255 USD|
|Jul 26 – 30||5||S||$ 4255 USD|
|Aug 05 – 09||5||C||$ 4255 USD|
|Aug 19 – 23||5||C||$ 4255 USD|
|Aug 23 – 27||5||S||$ 4255 USD|
|Sep 16 – 20||5||C||$ 4255 USD|
|Sep 20 – 24||5||S||$ 4255 USD|
|Sep 30 – Oct 04||5||C||$ 4255 USD|
|Oct 14 – 18||5||C||$ 4255 USD|
|Nov 11 – 15||5||C||$ 4255 USD|
|Nov 15 – 19||5||S||$ 4255 USD|
|Nov 19 – 25||7||N||$ 6155 USD|
|Nov 25 – 29||5||C||$ 4255 USD|
|Nov 29 – Dec 03||5||S||$ 4255 USD|
|Dec 09 – 13||5||C||$ 4255 USD|
|Dec 13 – 17||5||S||$ 4255 USD|
|Dec 17 – 11||7||N||$ 6155 USD|
- The M/V Isabela II Galapagos Cruise is a ship among our Galapagos luxury travel selection
- Galapagos islands cruising with an ideal 40-passenger capacity.
- Travel plan includes daily activities like hikes in land, snorkeling and rides.
- Level III passionate, dedicated and expert naturalist guides in Galapagos Islands will lead all excursions.
- WiFi and internet access (intermittent and low-bandwidth)
M/V Isabela II Galapagos cruise ship Description:
The 16 classic cabin and 2 clasisc doble M/V Isabela II, built for cruising the Galapagos Islands, was completely renovated in 2000, having been redesigned and refurbished inside and out. The Isabela II has excellent standards, including super services, an expert crew, the most knowledgeable multilingual nature guides and menus that feature the very best international cuisine and celebrated Ecuadorian dishes. Its capacity is for forty guests.
• 16 Classic Twin cabins
• 2 Classic Double cabins, as well as the 1 Standard Cabin, arrayed around outer corridors.
• On the Main Deck, you find the one Owner’s Cabin, perfectly located to the yacht’s social areas.
• 2 master suites (double bed + sofa bed)
• 2 junior suites (twin beds + sofa bed)
• 4 superior cabins (twin beds)
• 2 superior cabins (double bed)
• 7 standard cabins (twin beds)
• 1 standard cabin (double bed)
• 1 standard (single cabin).
|Length LOA:||55.94 meters (183 feet)|
|Beam:||11.58 meters (38 feet)|
|Engines:||2 GM Detroit Diesel 900 BHP each|
|Crew:||26; 3 multilingual nature guides and Medical Officer permanently on board|
|Rebuilt:||Pensacola, Florida, 1988|
|Electricity:||110 Volts 60 Hz. / 220 Volts 60 Hz|
|Security equipment:||Gyrocompass, Automatic Pilot, radar. Safety Certificates: SOLAS 74 – ISM and ISPS – MARPOL. Fire Detector: Automatic with control from the bridge. Life Jackets: In each cabin Lifeboats: 2 units semi enclosed/capacity for 27 piers each. Life Rafts: Two 20-man, one 25-man|
5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS – SOUTHERN
|FRIDAY||Am: Arrival to Baltra Airpot
Pm: Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station
|SATURDAY||Am: Floreana Island: Post Office Bay & Baroness Cove
Pm: Floreana Island: Cormorant Point
|SUNDAY||Am. Española Island: Punta Suárez
Pm: Española Island: Gardner Bay
|MONDAY||Am: San Cristóbal Island: Punta Pitt
Pm: San Cristóbal Island: Cerro Brujo
|TUESDAY||Am. San Cristóbal Island: Puerto Baquerizo Moreno
Transfer to the airport to take the flight back to the mainland.
5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS – CENTRAL
|MONDAY – FRIDAY|
|MONDAY||Am: Am: Baltra Island Airport
Pm: Santa Cruz Island: Puerto Ayora and the Charles Darwin Research Station.
|TUESDAY||Am: Santa Fe Island
Pm: South Plaza Island
|WEDNESDAY||Am. North Seymour Island
Pm: Santa Cruz Island: Las Bachas
|THURSDAY||Am: Bartolome Island
Pm: Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay
|FRIDAY||Am. On our last day, we disembark at Baltra Island and transfer to the airport to take the flight back to the continent.|
7 DAYS / 6 NIGHTS – NORTHERN
|TUESDAY – MONDAY|
|TUESDAY||Am: Arrival to San Cristobal Airport
Pm: Puerto Baquerizo Moreno/Cerro Colorado
|WEDNESDAY||Am: Genovela Island: Prince Phillip Steps
Pm: Darwin Bay (Genovesa Island)
|THURSDAY||Am: Santiago Island: Buccaneer Cove
Pm: Santiago Island: Puerto Egas
|FRIDAY||Am: Fernandina Island: Punta Espinoza
Pm: Isabela Island: Tagus Cove
|SATURDAY||Am: Isabela Island: Urbina Bay
Pm: Isabela Island: Punta Vicente Roca
|SUNDAY||Am: Rábida Island: Red Beacj
Pm: Santa Cruz Island: Dragon Hill
|MONDAY||Am. On our last day, we disembark at Baltra Island and transfer to the airport to take the flight back to the mainland.|
NOTE: Cruise Itinerary is subject to change due to Galapagos National Park dispositions or to circumstances beyond our control (force majeure).
Above prices include:
Shore excursions led by Expedition Team
Fleet of zodiacs for adventures ashore
Bilingual naturalist guides
Conferences and lectures
Visits to the islands mentioned in the itinerary
Transportation to / from the airport in Galápagos
Internet and WiFi
Above prices do not include:
Air ticket to/from Galápagos, subject to change.
Galapagos National Park Entrance Fee US$ 100.00
Immigration control card US$ 20.00 (subject to change).
Alcoholic beverages and tips
2 mm “shorty” wet suit rental
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