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First Class

Anahi

Built in 2006, this small but elegant first-class yacht manages to comfortably house a bar, library, lounge, Jacuzzi and ample dining room. It can accommodate up to sixteen people, offering 6 twin bed cabins and two suit cabins featuring private bathrooms, lockers and closets, and air conditioning. All meals are included; there is a bilingual guide among the crew. Cruises range from 5-8 days, at $1917-4285 per person.

Angelito 1

Since one of Angelito’s owners always captains the first-class yacht, quality service is ensured. Built in 1992, the boat boasts four sundecks, a dining room and bar, and several social areas. The eight two-person cabins each have air conditioning and private bathrooms. An experienced, bilingual naturalist guide is part of the crew. Cruises go out for 4,5, or 7 days, with prices at $ 2245 and under.

Beluga

This first-class motor Yacht was originally built in Germany in 1968, but has been regularly refurnished ever since. It can accommodate up to sixteen passengers in eight elegantly furnished, air-conditioned staterooms. There are also two separate dining rooms, a comfortable lounge, and library on board, all with panoramic windows. The ship’s naturalist guide is multilingual and tours last from 4-5 days. Rates go from $1799 - $ 3669 per person.

Cachalote

This first class motor sailor can comfortably accommodate 16 passengers in 8 double cabins. Each cabin is fully air-conditioned with a private bathroom. All meals are included in the price and feature a wide range fresh Ecuadorian and international cuisine; the chef is happy to accommodate particular tastes. Trips go for 8 days. Rates are $2709 per person; there is a 20% discount for children under 12.

Coral 1

This spacious, comfortable first class yacht can accommodate up to 36 people in 18 spacious cabins, each featuring 2-4 beds, private bathrooms, and air-conditioning. Adjoining family cabins are also available. There is also a library, lounge area, Jacuzzi, and full bar on board, as well as a full crew and experienced naturalist guide. Trips range from 5-8 days, $1027-3850 per person.

The Coral II

Smaller and more intimate than Coral I, this first-class yacht can accommodate up to 20 passengers in 10 air-conditioned cabins, complete with private bathrooms. The boat is also home to a spacious lounge, dining room, fully stocked bar and three sun decks. There is a bilingual guide on board and all meals are included. Trips go out for 4-8 days, with rates ranging from $ 1027-3410 per person.

Cruz del Sur

This first-class yacht has capacity for 16 passengers in eight spacious, comfortable cabins equipped with private bathrooms and large windows. Onboard you can also find ample sun decks, a well-stocked bar and a spacious dining room and longue. Snorkeling equipment can be checked out for free. A bilingual guide is part of the 7-person crew. Trips go from 5-8 days, prices start at $1250 per person.

Deep Blue

Deep Blue is one of the newest yachts sailing the Galapagos, having been constructed in 2002. A first-class vessel, it can accommodate up to 16 passengers in double cabins with air conditioning and private bathrooms. There is also a large sundeck, salon, dining room, and several social areas on board. Scuba diving equipment rental and instruction is also available. There are also a couple camera tables and rinse takes available for photographers. Trips go out for 8 days, with rates starting at $3595 per person.

Eden

This first-class yacht prides itself on being environmentally friendly. Able to accommodate 16 passengers in 8 comfortable double cabins, the boat also includes an air-conditioned library, lounge area, restaurant, bar, and sundeck. Snorkeling equipment is complimentary, and diving equipment is available for rent. Trips last for 4-8 days; the yacht is also available for diving charters. Check availability for rates.

Eric

Along with sister yachts Flamingo 1 and Letty, first class-yacht Eric can accommodate up to 20 guests and features three decks of one, two or three-person cabins, a dining room, a bar and a conference area. Complimentary kayaks and snorkeling equipment are available. Three meals daily and a bilingual guide are included. Seven-night excursions leave every Sunday from San Cristobal, with rates ranging from $3225-4895.

Estrella del Mar

This first class yacht can accommodate up to sixteen people in eight double cabins, complete with air conditioning and private bathrooms. There is both a sun deck and a shaded back deck, a dining room serving three meals daily, and several spacious social areas. There is also a diving instructor on board in addition to a naturalist guide. Trips range from 4-8 days, rates go from $1305-2590.

Floreana

This first-class yacht can accommodate 16 passengers in eight double cabins. The boat is fully air conditioned and there are several comfortable social areas on board, including a dining room , library and sundeck. For an additional price, diving lessons are available; diving and snorkeling equipment can be rented. The trips range from 4-8 days. Inquire about availability in order to get rates.

Galaxy

This fist-class yacht has been in action since 2002, and has developed a reputation as being very secure and having a friendly crew. It can accommodate up to sixteen passengers in nine cabins that all feature private bathrooms and air-conditioning. The ship also has a bar, lounge, dining room (all meals included in price) a library and a sundeck. Trips last from 4-8 days, with prices per person ranging from USD $1,708- 3,125.

Galapagos Vision

This well respected 1st class Catamaran has the capacity for 10 passengers. Guests stay in rooms with double beds private bathrooms and hot water. There is a dining room, solarium and small library onboard. Snorkeling equipment is provided with no extra charge. The crew consists of two sailors, a chef, and captain.

Mary Ann

This sleek, first-class catamaran houses 16 spacious double cabins with private bathroom and air conditioning. Since it has three decks, you will never have a problem finding a spot in the sun. There is also an open-air dining room, a library, a bar, and several comfortable social areas. Kayaks and snorkeling equipment are available on loan. A multi-lingual naturalist guide is included among the crew. Cruises last from 5-15 days; rates start at $2200 for five-day cruises.

Monserrat

This first-class yacht, with its elegant wooden furnishing, makes it easy to tour the Galapagos in style. On board facilities include a bar, a dining room, a boutique and three sun decks. Eight double cabins can accommodate up to sixteen passengers, and all have air conditioning and private bathrooms. There is a multilingual naturalist guide among the crew. Trips last for five or eight days, with prices starting at $1800 per person.

Samba

This small first-class yacht has capacity for fourteen passengers. You can find aboard this small but sturdy Dutch-made vessel a spacious dining room/salon, a deck with outdoor tables, a mini-library and a small but well-stocked bar. All cabins are air-conditioned and feature private bathrooms. Cruises last for a week. Rates are about $1900 per person.

Tip Top 2, 3, 4

This fleet of first class yachts can each accommodate 16 passengers in eight double and one single cabins. Each cabin is air-conditioned with a private bathroom. On deck facilities include a bar, dining room, sundeck with diving platform, and library. An experienced, bilingual guide is included among the crew. The cruises range from 4 to 8 days. Rates go from $1432 -2506, with prices for the single cabins a little higher.

Xavier 3

This first-class motor sailor has capacity for sixteen passengers in eight spacious double cabins. Each cabin is air-conditioned and has a private bathroom. On board you can find a dining room, several attractive lounge and social areas, a bar, and a deck equipped with comfortable chairs and tables. A knowledgeable naturalist guide is included among the friendly, experienced crew. Cruises generally last a week, with rates at around $2709 per person.

Yolita 2

This first-class yacht includes ten comfortable cabins equipped with private bathrooms, most doubles, with two singles and one with a marriage bed. The boat also includes a dining room, bars, a couple social areas, and a spacious deck (all air-conditioned). An experienced, bilingual naturalist guide is part of the crew. Cruises last a week; rates start at $1884 per person.

Carina

This first-class cruiser can accommodate up to 20 guests in 10 comfortable, air-conditioned cabins, each equipped with private bathroom and an in-room fridge. On board you can also find a coffee shop, restaurant, lounge, fully-equipped bar and two sundecks. All meals are included in the price, and a bilingual guide is part of the crew. Cruises last for 4, 5, or 8 days, typically costing about $200 a day.


Eclipse

A first-class motor yacht, Eclipse has room for up to 48 passengers in double staterooms, all with sea views and private bathrooms. They are cleaned three times a day. The ship also features an indoor bar, outdoor bar and a well-equipped infirmary with a doctor. In addition to three gourmet meals a day, there is a complimentary laundry service. Cruises last for 4, 5, or 8 days, rates vary depending on the season.

Fragata

This spacious, comfortable first-class motor yacht, manned by an experienced crew, is known for being environmentally conscious. Its experienced crew includes a multilingual naturalist guide. Up to 16 passengers can be accommodated in cozy double and single cabins. There is also a dining room, bar, saloon, and library on board. Trips last for 4,5, or 8 days; rates depend on the season.


Galapagos Aggressor I

Up to fourteen passengers can reside in seven double staterooms aboard the spacious first-class Aggressor. Experienced, multi-lingual naturalists guides and divemasters are part of the crew. The lounge and dining areas are comfortably furnished and each stateroom has an individual temperature control and private bathroom. There is also a Jacuzzi on board. Trips last from 5-7 days, rates vary depending on the season.


Lammer Law

This first-class, 16-passenger motor sailor offers a variety of trips, including land only, diving only, and combinations of the two. All double cabins have private bathrooms and air conditioning. There is a large sundeck and spacious dining and lounge areas. Kayaking, snorkeling and diving equipment is available for loan. An experienced diving instructor and naturalist guide are part of the crew. Trips last 4- 8 days, rates depend on the season.

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