• Bonita

Bonita: A tourist superior cruising yacht

Days: 5 & 7 | From: $2,343/per person

The Bonita is a tourist superior yacht that has been sailing the Galapagos for years (previously known as the Eric). Today, the yacht is an economical choice for cruising the archipelago and it includes such social areas as a dining room, lounge, and sundeck. With your bilingual naturalist guide, your guided excursion options include hiking, snorkeling, and Stand Up Paddleboarding.

  • Regular departures throughout the year
  • Available for private charter
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Vessel Information


Cabin Information 

  • 3 Lower Deck Cabins, 110 sq. ft., 2 cabins feature 1 bunk bed plus 1 single bed for optional triple-occupancy (subject to availability), 1 cabin features twin beds, porthole windows
  • 2 Main Deck Cabins, 90 sq. ft., matrimonial or twin beds, picture windows
  • 4 Upper Deck Cabins, 95 sq. ft., matrimonial or twin beds, picture windows
  • All cabins have private bathrooms, individual climate controls and ample storage space for clothing and luggage.

Groups & Charters: This yacht is also available for private charter or for small groups of friends or family. Its 9 cabins can accommodate up to 16 people. Inquire for more details.

Available Activities (Depending On Itinerary)

  • Hiking
  • Snorkeling
  • Zodiac Rides
  • Kayaking
  • Stand Up Paddleboarding

Yacht Specifications

  • Type: Power Motor Yacht
  • Length: 83 ft. / 25 mts.
  • Beam: 22 ft. / 6 mts.
  • Cruising Speed: 9 knots
  • Motor: 2 Caterpillar 8 cylinder motors
  • Electric power: 110V and 220V
  • Crew: 8 crew members plus 1 bilingual guide

Itineraries & Pricing

Itinerary A (7 days)

Arrive to Baltra / Dragon Hill (Santiago)

Santiago: Bucaneer Cove / Egas Port

Punta Vicente Roca (Isabela) / Espinosa Point (Fernandina)

Isabela: Urbina Bay / Tagus Cove

Isabela: Elizabeth Bay / Moreno Point

Isabela: Tintoreras / Humedales / Breeding Center

Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz) / Return to Mainland

Itinerary B (5 days)

Arrive to Baltra / Santa Cruz Highlands

Foreana: Cormorant Point / Post Office Bay

Española: Punta Suarez / Gardner Bay

San Cristobal: Interpretation Center / Kicker Rock / Lobos Island

Daphne or Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz) / Return to Mainland

Itinerary C (5 days)

Arrive to Baltra / Plazas

Santa Cruz: Black Turtle Cove / Highlands

Genovesa: Darwin Bay / El Barranco

Sullivan Bay (Santiago) / Bartolome

Seymour / Return to Mainland


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The itineraries displayed here are only summaries. Our travel specialists will help you select the best cruise based on your interests, timing, and budget.


Trip length: 5 or 7 days

Max number of passengers: 16, in 9 cabins

Prices for 2022:

Included: All meals, guides & activities, water, coffee and tea, wetsuits, use of snorkeling equipment, kayaks and Stand Up Paddleboards

Not included: Park fees (about $120 per person), Galapagos airfare (about $600 per person),  gratuities

5 Days: $2,343 per person

7 Days: $3,514 per person

Christmas & New Year Supplement: 50%

Children under 12 years old receive a 10% discount

Single Supplement: 50%

Charters: from $37,488 (5 days), $56,244 (7 days)

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