Angelito: The best in its class, a very good value
Days: 8, 5 & 4 | From: $1,500/per person
The Angelito is a steel hulled motor yacht with ample sundecks and shadow decks. Refurbished in 2013, the Angelito has 8 main deck cabins, all with picture windows that open, a great feature in the Galapagos. Activities on Angelito cruises include hiking and snorkeling, and all excursions are done with a bilingual naturalist guide.Inquire about this trip
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The Angelito can accommodate 16 passengers in 8 double cabins on the main deck. All include a large picture window, private bathrooms, individual air conditioning, safety box, and hair dryers in each bathroom. There are 4 decks including the sun deck, upper deck, main deck, and lower deck.
Construction: completed in 1992 and refurbished in 2013
Type: Motor Yacht
Length: 70 ft. / 22 mts.
Beam: 22 ft. / 7 mts.
Engines: 2 CUMMINS (Marine Diesel), 405 HP each and 2100 RPM
Max speed: 12 knots
Accommodations: 8 double cabins with private facilities and balconies; 1 single cabin with private facilities and balcony
Crew: 8 - captain, first mate, machinist, 2 sailors, cook, auxiliary cook, & multilingual naturalist guide
Electricity: 110 Volts in the cabins and in the bathrooms and 220 Volt sockets available in the social area
Itineraries & Pricing
Itinerary A (8 days)
Arrive to Baltra / North Seymour
Sombrero Chino (Chinese Hat) / Bartolome
Tower Island: Darwin Bay / Prince Philip’s Steps
Santiago: Puerto Egas / Rabida
Santa Cruz: Charles Darwin Research Center / Highlands
Espanola (Hood): Gardner Bay/ Punta Suarez
Santa Fe / South Plaza
Black Turtle Cove / Return to mainland Ecuador
Itinerary B (8 days)
Arrive to Baltra / Bachas
Mosquera / Cerro Dragon (Dragon Hill)
Isabela: Tagus Cove / Fernandina: Punta Espinosa
Isabela: Urbina Bay / Elizabeth Bay
Isabela: Punta Moreno
Puerto Villamil / Sierra Negra
Floreana: Cormorant Point / Devil’s Crown / Post Office
Daphne / Return to mainland Ecuador
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, 5, and 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 $520 per person) & fuel surcharge ($145 for 8 day cruises, $100 for 5 day cruises, and $65 for 4 day cruises), gratuities, wet suit rental
8 day cruise: $3,400 per person
5 day cruise: $2,300 per person
4 day cruise: $1,500 per person
Children 11 years old and under receive a 20% discount
Charters: from $54,400 (8 days)
Reviews from this trip
Maya was terrific. She runs a tight ship, is a fun character, and is so knowledgeable and passionate about the islands. We would highly recommend the Angelito - every day was an amazing adventure.Janice and John Baldwin
Maya our guide on the Angelito was a superb guide and naturalist. Both her knowledge of the natural world and ability to read the group set the stage for an incredible trip full of life long memories.Celese and Patrick Spencer
I can’t say enough about the AMAZING time we had aboard our ship, The Angelito.... our Guide, Maja, was extremely knowledgeable about everything there is to know about the Galapagos... We just simply had an amazing time aboard The Angelito and will remember it for the rest of our lives!William Mantani & Allison Gordon
What can I say about the Angelito except that I would highly recommend this to everyone! The meals were simple but well prepared. The staff was extremely happy to help with all needs and the size of the boat is perfect. What a special time!Diane Saber, Scott Schwartz and family
Maya was wonderful. She combined the best of being Swiss German (very well organized and punctual) with having spent the last 27 years in the Galapagos which perhaps has contributed to her being relaxed and flexible. She has extensive knowledge of the Galapagos from 27 years of first-hand experience.Susan Braaatz
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