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  • Angelito

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.

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Vessel Information

Accommodations

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.


Yacht Specifications

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

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Itineraries & Pricing

Itinerary A (8 days)

Sunday
Arrive to Baltra / North Seymour

Monday
Sombrero Chino (Chinese Hat) / Bartolome

Tuesday
Tower Island:  Darwin Bay / Prince Philip’s Steps

Wednesday
Santiago:  Puerto Egas / Rabida

Thursday
Santa Cruz:  Charles Darwin Research Center / Highlands

Friday
Espanola (Hood):  Gardner Bay/ Punta Suarez

Saturday
Santa Fe / South Plaza

Sunday
Black Turtle Cove / Return to mainland Ecuador

Itinerary B (8 days)

Sunday
Arrive to Baltra / Bachas

Monday
Mosquera / Cerro Dragon (Dragon Hill)

Tuesday
Isabela:  Tagus Cove / Fernandina:  Punta Espinosa

Wednesday
Isabela:  Urbina Bay / Elizabeth Bay

Thursday
Isabela:  Punta Moreno

Friday
Puerto Villamil / Sierra Negra

Saturday
Floreana:  Cormorant Point / Devil’s Crown / Post Office

Sunday
Daphne / Return to mainland Ecuador

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Displayed itineraries are just summaries. Our travel specialists will help you select the best cruise based on your interests, timing and budget.

Pricing

Trip length: 8, 5, and 4 day itineraries

Max number of passengers: 16, in 8 cabins

Prices 2017:

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

Charters: from $54,400 (8 days)

Children 11 years old and under receive a 20% discount

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