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  • Solaris

Solaris: A comfortable new 16 passenger yacht

Days: 8, 5 & 4 | From: $X,XXX/per person

The Solaris is one of the newest offerings in the Galapagos launching in 2019. Social areas include a lounge, bar, and dining area.

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Vessel Information

Accommodations

The Solaris has 5 Upper Deck Cabins (226-280 sq. ft.) and 5 Main Deck Single Use Cabins (118 sq. ft.).

All cabins have private bathrooms, individual climate controls and ample storage space for clothing and luggage.


Yacht Specifications

Construction: completed in 2019
Type: Power Motor Yacht
Length:
Beam:
Draft:
Engines:
Max speed:
Accommodations: 5 double cabins with private facilities and 5 single cabins with private facilities
Crew: Captain, Bilingual Naturalist Guide, Cruise Manager, plus X crew members

Solaris - Deck Plan - Main DeckSolaris - Deck Plan - Upper Deck

Itineraries & Pricing

Itinerary A (8 days, Central/Western Islands)

Tuesday
Arrive to Baltra / Las Bachas (Santa Cruz)

Wednesday
Isabela: Tintoreras / Wetlands / Wall of Tears / Tortoise Breeding Center

Thursday
Isabela: Punta Moreno / Tagus Cove

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

Saturday
Santiago: Espumilla Beach / Puerto Egas

Sunday
Rabida / Chines Hat

Monday
Santa Cruz: Charles Darwin Research Station / Highlands

Tuesday
North Seymour / Return to Mainland

Itinerary B (8 days, Northern/Southern/Central Islands)

Tuesday
Arrive to Baltra / Mosquera

Wednesday
Genovesa: Darwin Bay / Prince Phillip’s Steps

Thursday
Plazas / Santa Fe

Friday
San Cristobal: Leon Dormido / Interpretation Center

Saturday
Española: Gardner Bay / Punta Suarez

Sunday
Floreana: Gardner / Punta Suarez

Monday
Sullivan Bay (Santiago) / Bartolome

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

Itinerary B5 (5 days,, Southern/Central Islands)

Friday
Arrive to San Cristobal / Interpretation Center

Saturday
Española: Gardner Bay / Punta Suarez

Sunday
Floreana: Gardner / Punta Suarez

Monday
Sullivan Bay (Santiago) / Bartolome

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

Itinerary B4 (4 days, Northern Islands)

Tuesday
Arrive to Baltra / Mosquera

Wednesday
Genovesa: Darwin Bay / Prince Phillip’s Steps

Thursday
Plazas / Santa Fe

Friday
San Cristobal: Leon Dormido / Return to Mainland

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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 10 cabins

Prices 2019:

Included: All meals, guides & activities, soft drinks, juice, coffee and tea, use of snorkeling equipment

Not included: Park fees (about $120 per person), Galapagos airfare (about $530 per person), gratuities

4 day cruise: $X,XXX per person

5 day cruise: $X,XXX per person

6 day cruise: $X,XXX per person

8 day cruise: $X,XXX per person

Children 11 years and under receive a X% discount (1 child per 2 adults, minimum age: 7 years)

Single Supplement: None

Charters: from $XX,XXX

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