Anahi: A comfortable 16 passenger catamaran
Days: 8, 5 & 4 | From: $2,590/per person
The Anahi is a first class power catamaran with high comfort standards, and as a catamaran it offers slightly more stability than a single-hulled vessel. The ship accommodates 16 passengers in 8 cabins, all with private facilities and climate controls. The yacht offers cozy common areas, a library, movie room, dining room and lounge, as well as a bar, lounge area, and Jacuzzi on the upper sundeck. All excursions are led by a bilingual naturalist guide, and include hiking, snorkeling, and kayaking.Inquire about this trip
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We tailor itineraries to your dates and interests, adjusting hotels, excursions and length as desired.
The Anahi has 6 twin bed cabins (14 square meters) on the main deck and 2 suites (25 square meters) on the upper deck.
All cabins have private bathrooms, individual climate controls and ample storage space for clothing and luggage.
Construction: completed in 2006
Type: Motor catamaran
Length: 90.5 ft. / 27.6 mts.
Beam: 36 ft. / 11 mts.
Engines: 2 John Deere IMO 300 HP
Speed: 10 knots
Accommodations: 6 twin bed cabins on main deck; 2 suites on upper deck
Crew: Captain, Bilingual Naturalist Guide, plus 8 crew members
Itineraries & Pricing
Itinerary A1 (4 days)
Arrive to San Cristóbal / Interpretation Center & Tijeretas Hill
Española: Punta Suarez / Gardner Bay
Floreana: Punta Cormorant / Corona del Diablo / Post Office Bay
Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz) / Return to Mainland
Itinerary A2 (5 days)
Arrive to Baltra / Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz)
Genovesa: Darwin Bay / El Barranco
South Plaza / Santa Fe
Punta Pitt (San Cristóbal) / Leon Dormido / Lobos Island
San Cristóbal: Cerro Colorado / Return to Mainland
Itinerary B1 (8 days)
Arrive to Baltra / Twin Craters and Highlands (Santa Cruz)
Isabela: Tintoreras / Wall of Tears / Sierra Negra Volcano
Isabela: Punta Moreno / Elizabeth Bay
Isabela: Urbina Bay / Tagus Cove
Espinoza Point (Fernandina) / Vicente Roca Point (Isabela)
Puerto Egas (Santiago) / Rabida
Chinese Hat / Bartolome
North Seymour / Return to Mainland
Itinerary B2 (8 days)
Arrive to Baltra / Bachas Beach
Genovesa: Darwin Bay / El Barranco
South Plaza Island / Santa Fe Island
San Cristobal: Punta Pitt / Leon Dormido / Lobos Island
San Cristobal: Cerro Colorado / Interpretation Center
Española: Punta Suarez / Gardner Bay / Osborn Islet
Floreana: Punta Cormorant / Post Office Bay
Charles Darwin Research Center (Santa Cruz) / Return to Mainland
Displayed itineraries are just summaries. Our travel specialists will help you select the best cruise based on your interests, timing and budget.
Trip length: 8 day, 5 day & 4 day itineraries
Max number of passengers: 16, in 8 cabins
Included: All meals, guides & activities, water, coffee and tea, snorkeling equipment
Not included: Park fees (about $120 per person), Galapagos airfare (about $530 per person), gratuities, wet suit rental
Prices are for standard cabins and per person. Suite prices are in parenthesis and are per person.
4 day cruise: $2,590 ($2,710) per person
5 day cruise: $3,190 ($3,380) per person
8 day cruise: $5,095 ($5,395) per person
Children 11 years old and under receive a 20% discount
Single supplement 70%
Charters: from $39,080 (4 days), $48,850 (5 days), $78,150 (8 days)
Reviews from this trip
Roberto (on Anahi)- absolutely excellent. limitless knowledge, great sense of humor, and always smiling.Jeanne Pittari
We were particularly pleased with the selection of the Anahi. It was perfect for us with a great guide and a very compatible and interesting group of fellow passengers.Tom and Carolyn Liesy
The Anahi experience was terrific! The crew were excellent. The tours of the Galapagos Islands were exciting and very interesting. We were able to get close to the wildlife, both flora and fauna and I was able to take a gazillion pictures.Elaine Brandt
The crew on the Anahi (Octavio, Adid, William, Tony, Daniel, Coco the chef, and our guide Roberto) were phenomenal and super attentive.Amanda Napolitano
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