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.
Space available for Christmas 2015!
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
A new first class motor yacht
One of the newest boats in the island, offering ample social areas and friendly service.
4, 5 & 8 day options From $2,545 per person
An intimate first class yacht
The Beluga is comfortable and welcoming, with spacious social areas and a great sun deck.
15, 8, 5 & 4 day options From $2,455 per person
First class cruising yachts, a top choice for short cruises
These two ships are a great option for those looking for a mid size, steel hulled motor yacht. The Coral I takes a maximum of 36 passengers; the Coral II a maximum of 20.
8, 5 or 4 day options From $1,662 per person
A 16 passenger first class schooner that our travelers have loved
The Mary Anne is a first class Barquentine schooner, and has a lot of character. It is a beautiful ship and offers a great way to see the Islands.
8 days minimum From $4,980 per person