• Treasure of Galapagos

Treasure of Galapagos: A stable and wide 16 passenger catamaran

Days: 7 & 5 | From: $3,695/per person

The Treasure of the Galapagos is a 16 passenger first class catamaran. Its cabins are ample and bright and include a seaside door and balcony. Amenities include an outdoor whirlpool for up to 6 people, deck chairs, bbq, TV/DVD, a small library, and board games.

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


There are 8 passengers cabins (20 m²/ 215 ft²) with private balcony and 1 double-sized master suite (40 m²/ 430 ft²) with 2 balconies. On the Main Deck there are 4 double junior suites & 1 master suite (king size bed; optionally convertible in triple cabin). On the Upper Deck there are 4 double junior suites.

All cabins have private bathrooms, individual climate controls, panoramic windows, and ample storage space for clothing and luggage. The sun deck has a Jacuzzi and lounge chairs.

Yacht Specifications

Construction: 2009
Type: Power Motor Catamaran
Length: 104 feet / 31.6 meters
Beam: 37 feet / 11.2 meters
Draft: 8.5 feet / 2.6 meters
Gross Tonnage: 343 tons
Engines: 2 motors 385 HP Caterpillar, 2 Generators 75KW
Max speed: 12 knots
Capacity: 16 passengers + 10 staff/crew members
Crew: Captain, Bilingual Galapagos National Park Naturalist Guide & 8 crew members (First Mate, Chef, Sous Chef, Engineer, Assistant Engineer, Sailor, Barman, Housekeeper)

Itineraries & Pricing

Itinerary A (5 days)

Arrive to Baltra / Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz)

Sullivan Bay (Santiago) / Bartolome

North Seymour / Mosquera

South Plaza / Cerro Brujo (San Cristobal)

Interpretation Center (San Cristobal) / Return to Mainland

Itinerary B (5 days)

Arrive to San Cristobal / Cerro Colorado (San Cristobal)

Española: Gardner Bay / Suarez Point

Floreana: Post Office Bay / Punta Cormorant

Santa Fe / Turtle Bay (Santa Cruz)

El Chato Tortoise Reserve (Santa Cruz) / Return to Mainland

Itinerary C (7 days)

Arrive to Baltra / Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz)

Santa Cruz: Eden Islet / Dragon Hill

Isabela: Sierra Negra & Tintoreras / Wetlands & Wall of Tears

Isabela: Moreno Point / Urbina Bay

Espinoza Point (Fernandina) / Tagus Cove (Isabela)

Puerto Egas (Santiago) / Rabida

Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz) / 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.


Trip length: 7 and 5 day itineraries

Max number of passengers: 16, in 9 cabins

Prices 2021:

Included: All meals, water, guides & activities, coffee and tea, use of snorkeling equipment

Not included: Park fees (about $120 per person), Galapagos airfare (about $530 per person), soft and alcoholic drinks, gratuities, wet suit rental

Prices in parenthesis are for peak season (Dec 18-Jan 7)

Balcony Stateroom

5 day cruise: $3,695 ($4,295) per person

7 day cruise: $5,395 ($6,195) per person

Master Suite

5 day cruise: $4,619 ($5,369) per person

7 day cruise: $6,744 ($7,744) per person

Children 11 years and under receive a 20% discount (1 child per 2 adults, standard cabin)

Single Supplement 25% (main deck)

Charters: from $59,120 (5 days), $86,320 (7 days)

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