OVERVIEW

The Seaman Journey Galapagos catamaran is an expeditionary first class catamaran that began sailing the Galapagos Islands in January 2008. It is an expeditionary catamaran, offering superior comfort, size, style, and stability.
This vessel, with a maximum capacity of 16 passengers, provides areas to relax for everyone. If you want to kick back, there is a great bar and lounge area where you are served by a bartender who will be happy to attend to all your needs and desires during your stay on the cruise boat.
A Seaman Journey Galapagos cruise offers the perfect combination of adventure, comfort, service and excellence!

TOUR FACTORS

Difficulty 55%
Adventure 60%
Comfort 70%
Family friendly 90%

ITINERARY EXAMPLE: 4N/5D

Click to see every day in detail

AM: Arrival at San Cristobal Airport, bus ride to the port and motorized panga boat ride to Seaman Journey Catamaran.

PM: Visit to the Interpretation Center and learn about history, geology and conservation on the Galapagos Islands.

Meals: Lunch and dinner on board

AM: Visit to the Galapaguera and observe the Galapagos Giant Tortoise and species that are endemic to San Cristobal: Mockingbird Nesomimus melanotis, lava lizard and Chatham Leaf-toed Gecko. The beach is nesting area for marine turtles.

PM: Visit to Cerro Brujo with its white coral sand beach. Observe seabirds like blue-footed boobies, Nazca boobies, herons, frigate birds and shore birds. You can swim and snorkel with sea lions. Behind the beach there exist salt water pools that were formerly used as salt mines.

Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner on board

AM: Visit to Gardener Bay, an important nesting area for sea turtles. The white sandy beach is perfect for relaxing and swimming. In the water you may observe even sharks. Three different finch species live here: lager-billed cactus finch, small-beaked ground finch and singing finch.

PM: Visit to Suarez Point where you can spot blue-footed boobies, albatrosses and Nazca boobies. There is a blow hole that spurts water high into the air.

Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner on board

AM: Visit to Cormorant Point with the largest flamingo lagoon in the islands. Observe as well other shore species such as common stilts, white-checked pintail ducks, etc. Enjoy the two different beaches: the “green beach” and the “flour sand beach”

PM: Visit to Post Office Bay and Baroness Lookout. Here you can find a barrel that was once used as a post box for the whaling ships. In the north of the island you can enjoy stunning views from the Baroness Lookout over the surrounding landscape, the coastline and the Palo Santo forest.

Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner on board

AM: Visit to Charles Darwin Station where you can learn about the protection and conservation of the Islands.

Afterwards, transfer to the airport for your national flight to the continent.

Meals: Breakfast on board

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

  • All meals throughout cruise
  • Water, coffee and tea station
  • Transfers in the islands
  • All excursions
  • Bilingual national park guide
  • Use of snorkeling equipment and kayaks

starting from

$ 1949,- p.p.

in US DOLLAR

*Please contact us for special offers and child discounts. Prices are subject to change.

*Price based on double occupancy.

Deck plans of the Seaman Journey Yacht

Consider as you reserve:

My own cabin: 

Single supplement fee: 75%

Not Included:

International airfare to and from destination; Galapagos National park entrance fee US$100,- per Person (to be paid in cash at arrival at the airport in Galapagos); Transit Control Card US$20,- per Person (to be paid in cash at the airport in Quito or Guayaquil); wet-suits for snorkeling (available for rental); meals not described; cost of medical immunizations as needed; trip cancellation insurance or any other travel insurance; cost of optional activities; excess baggage charges; airport taxes (if any); alcoholic beverages or soft drinks; optional gratuities to your guides; items of personal nature.

Travel Insurance:

To protect your travel investment, we highly recommend the purchase of travel insurance. Travel insurance is intended to cover medical expenses, trip interruption and cancellation, theft and other losses incurred while traveling domestically or internationally.

Visa and Entry Requirements

Ecuador requires a valid passport (with a minimum 6 months validity). Contact your local embassy or consulate for the most up-to-date visa requirements.