• Endemic

Endemic: A new 16 passenger luxury catamaran

Days: 8, 6, 5 & 4 | From: $4,250/per person

One of the newest luxury offerings in the Galapagos, this catamaran offers spacious cabins that provide maximum comfort and elegance. Onboard amenities include an al fresco dining area, sky lounge, bar, and Jacuzzi. Excursion options include hiking, snorkeling, kayaking and Stand Up Paddleboarding, and all excursions are led by a top-quality bilingual naturalist guide.

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

Accommodations

  • 8 Golden Staterooms: 344 sq. ft., located on the Main Deck and Upper Deck
  • 1 Single Stateroom: 151 sq, ft., located on the Upper Deck. Please note the single stateroom accommodates additional travelers who are part of an odd-numbered group. This cabin is not available to solo travelers.
  • All cabins have private bathrooms, private balconies, 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

  • Construction: completed in 2018
  • Type: Power luxury catamaran
  • Length: 115 ft (35 mt)
  • Beam: 45 ft (14 mt)
  • Draft: 6.1 ft (1.85 mt)
  • Speed: 12 knots
  • Engines: 2 x High Power Engines – 500 HP
  • Crew: 10 members + Cruise Service Officer + Naturalist Guide

Itineraries & Pricing

Itinerary A (8 days)

Sunday
Arrive to Baltra / Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz)

Monday
Genovesa: Darwin Bay / El Barranco

Tuesday
Los Gemelos (Santa Cruz) / Sullivan Bay (Santiago)

Wednesday
Isabela: Sierra Negra Volcano / Humedales / Wall of Tears / Breeding Center

Thursday
Isabela: Elizabeth Bay / Urbina Bay

Friday
Tagus Cove (Isabela) / Punta Espinoza (Fernandina)

Saturday
Buccaneer Cove & Espumilla Beach (Santiago) / Rabida

Sunday
Mosquera Islet / Return to Mainland

Itinerary B (8 days)

Sunday
Arrive to Baltra / Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz)

Monday
San Cristobal: Kicker Rock / Cerro Brujo / Isla Lobos

Tuesday
Española: Gardner Bay / Osborne Islet / Suarez Point

Wednesday
Santa Fe / Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz)

Thursday
South Plaza / Bartholomew

Friday
Floreana: Punta Cormorant / Devil’s Crown / Post Office Bay

Saturday
Sombrero Chino / North Seymour

Sunday
Black Turtle Cove (Santa Cruz) / Return to Mainland

Itinerary C (5 days)

Sunday
Arrive to Baltra / Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz)

Monday
San Cristobal: Kicker Rock / Cerro Brujo / Isla Lobos

Tuesday
Española: Gardner Bay / Osborne Islet / Suarez Point

Wednesday
Santa Fe / Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz)

Thursday
South Plaza / Return to Mainland

Itinerary D (4 days)

Thursday
Arrive to Baltra / Bartholomew

Friday
Floreana: Punta Cormorant / Devil’s Crown / Post Office Bay

Saturday
Sombrero Chino / North Seymour

Sunday
Black Turtle Cove (Santa Cruz) / Return to Mainland

Itinerary E (6 days)

Thursday
Arrive to Baltra / Bartholomew

Friday
Floreana: Punta Cormorant / Devil’s Crown / Post Office Bay

Saturday
Sombrero Chino / North Seymour

Sunday
Santa Cruz: Black Turtle Cove / Bachas Beach

Monday
Genovesa: Darwin Bay / El Barranco

Tuesday
Los Gemelos (Santa Cruz) / Return to Mainland

Itinerary F (6 days)

Tuesday
Arrive to Baltra / Sullivan Bay (Santiago)

Wednesday
Isabela: Sierra Negra Volcano / Humedales / Wall of Tears / Breeding Center

Thursday
Isabela: Elizabeth Bay / Urbina Bay

Friday
Tagus Cove (Isabela) / Punta Espinoza (Fernandina)

Saturday
Buccaneer Cove & Espumilla Beach (Santiago) / Rabida

Sunday
Mosquera Islet / Return to Mainland

Questions?

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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.

Pricing

Trip length: 8, 6, 5, and 4 day itineraries

Max number of passengers: 16, in 9 cabins

Prices 2022:

Included: All meals, guides & activities, soft drinks, juice, coffee and tea, use of snorkeling equipment, wet suits, & kayaks, and SUP boards

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

4 day cruise: $4,250 per person

5 day cruise: $5,390 per person

6 day cruise: $6,390 per person

8 day cruise: $8,590 per person

Children 11 years and under receive a 25% discount (1 child per 2 adults)

Single Supplement 50% (100% for Christmas & New Year departures)

Christmas & New Year Departures: 10% surcharge

Charters: from $63,590 (4 day), $80,390 (5 day), $95,390 (6 day), $128,190 (8 day)

Reviews from this trip

5 stars
  • The Endemic was the best of the best. Great food, great staff, great boat.
    Angela Biever
  • Our guide and all the support staff were amazing. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. The Endemic crew was the best.
    Gregg Sessler
  • ENDEMIC boat was perfect and that staff there was absolutely amazing. Made our trip really fun and memorable.
    Bob Miller

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