Galapagos cruises are an extraordinary opportunity to see one of the most unique and fascinating wilderness areas on the planet. These are nature cruises, designed for travelers who want a trip focused on wildlife, outdoor experiences, and ecotourism. A variety of hiking and snorkeling activities are available on all boats. Review our carefully selected list of outstanding small vessels below, then give us a call to discuss your travel plans and interests with one of our knowledgeable Galapagos Specialists. We are leaders in Galapagos cruising and are actively involved in Galapagos conservation efforts.
Galapagos Luxury yachts are different from normal luxury cruises. These are still expedition ships, but they offer premium service and tend to be sleek, elegant, and modern. Luxury boats may offer larger cabin sizes, or amenities such as a Jacuzzi or private balconies.
A 16 passenger luxury catamaran with top-quality service
This ship is an ideal option for those looking for the intimacy of a small vessel without forgoing amenities. Spacious cabins with private balconies and a beautiful sun deck. One of the very best vessels in the islands.
8, 6, 5 & 4 day options From $3,090 per person
A sleek and stable 16 passenger catamaran
The Cormorant is one of the most modern and comfortable vessels cruising the Galapagos Islands; options for triple cabins for families with kids, and also a rare single cabin.
8, 5 and 4 day options From $3,090 per person
A classic and historic yacht, one of the most beautiful in the islands
A 16 passenger deluxe vessel with exceptional service. This yacht has a storied history around the world and now offers one of the finest options in Galapagos.
8 days minimum From $5,200 per person
A 48 passenger luxury motor vessel, a perennial favorite
An outstanding vessel with great service; a great option if you are looking for some additional space onboard.
8 & 6 day options From $5,400 per person
First class Galapagos boats are mid-range options. They likely won’t offer the amenities of the luxury boats, but they are beautiful and comfortable. First class boats are a great option for travelers who want a nice cruise that is not extravagant.
A comfortable 16 passenger first class catamaran
A spacious yet intimate catamaran with several sundecks. All cabins have ocean-view windows that open.
8, 5, & 4 day options From $2,450 per person
A 14 passenger first class sailing yacht
The Beagle offers a personalized experience in the Islands, on a beautiful motor schooner. A great option for those looking for a boat with as few passengers as possible.
8 days minimum From $3,990 per person
20 passenger first class motor yachts, with great service
With two naturalist guides to lead excursions, the Eric and Letty offer one of the lowest guide to passenger ratios in the Galapagos.
7 days minimum From $4,100 per person
A comfortable 16 passenger catamaran
A solid choice for Galapagos exploration, this ship is a stable, comfortable first class catamaran.
8, 5 & 4 day options From $2,420 per person
The tourist class Galapagos boats offer the most economical cruise options. They won’t have the sleek amenities of the luxury boats, and the cabins may be slightly smaller, but they are clean and comfortable, and often offer intimate, family-like service.
The Angelito is spacious, comfortable and economical
A 16 passenger steel hulled motor yacht, offering a more economical way to see the islands while still preserving high quality service and guiding. The best value in its class.
8, 5 or 4 days From $1,445 per person
A stately Dutch sailing vessel
This classic 14 passenger ship offers a unique cruise experience with friendly, personalized service.
8 days From $3,500 per person