Galapagos Ferry Tickets
- The trip lasts approximately 2 to 3 hours, depending on the sea conditions.
- In the first half of the year, from January to June, the sea conditions are more stable than in the second half, from July to December, when the waves are stronger.
- Small boats (up to 20 passengers) that depart each day from the main dock of Santa Cruz Island port.
Here you will find our interisland Galapagos Ferry Tickets. There is essentially a ship in the beginning of the day and another in the midday for each of the routes.
NOTE: Please note that in Galapagos are public and mandatory schedules for all the boats. This implies that every one of the operators that you may find around the islands will depart at the same time.
|FROM ISABELA||Isabela Island to Santa Cruz Island (6AM GMT-6)
Isabela Island to Santa Cruz Island (3PM GMT-6)
|FROM SANTA CRUZ||Santa Cruz Island to Isabela Island (7AM GMT-6)
Santa Cruz Island to Isabela Island (2PM GMT-6)
Santa Cruz Island to San Cristobal Island (7AM GMT-6)
Santa Cruz Island to San Cristobal Island (2PM GMT-6)
|FROM SAN CRISTOBAL||San Cristobal Island to Santa Cruz Island (7AM GMT-6)
San Cristobal Island to Santa Cruz Island (3PM GMT-6)
|DEPARTURE TIME||You must arrive 30 minutes before departure time.|
|INCLUDED|| 1 seat for each ticket.
Lifesaver for each passenger.
Transfer from Puerto Ayora to Isabela by public speedboat OR Transfer from Isabela to Puerto Ayora by public speedboat.
|NOT INCLUDED|| Isabela Dock Fee – $10.00 US per person.
Transportation Baltra Airport – Itabaca Channel – USD 5 p.p. (subject to change).
Transportation Itabaca Channel – Baltra Airport – USD 5 p.p. (subject to change).
Water taxi from dock to speedboat (depending on the tide) – USD 1 per person per ride.
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