Hannah, we are back from our fabulous vacation, and I am so very thankful to you for setting it all up. Please provide me with your supervisor's name and email address so I can give you proper credit! Dilger couple, Custom Galapagos Land Based, March 2012
The luxury Cruises like lapinta, Isabela, and santa cruz cruise are ultimate luxurious ships. these cruises will make your journey a pleasant one.
Alan and I had a truly wonderful experience in Ecuador. Santiago and the rest of staff were excellent hosts, as was the La Pinta and its staff. We had an amazing trip.
THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING!! The trip was outstanding; all the arrangements were perfect – from the time we were met at the airport in Quito – to the time we were returned to the airport in Guayaquil.

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First Class Galapagos Yachts

These boats, while offering guests simpler accommodations and on board amenities, do still work with top guides and have strong itineraries, ensuring an interesting, memorable Galapagos experience. First Class yachts can also offer amenities like outdoor Jacuzzi, a la carte dinners, al fresco dining areas, ample deck space, and adherence to safety and environmental standards. Cabins are generally smaller, and often have upper and lower berths, twin beds, and portholes. First Class Galapagos yachts range in size from 13 to 100 passengers. Feedback on First Class boats is strong, particularly with regards to guide services and itineraries.

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Evolution Yacht

Evolution gives travelers the sensation of stepping back into a time when travel was less about getting there and more about the journey.

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Treasure of Galapagos Yacht

This first class catamaran has small private balconies for every cabin, and offers a spacious Master Suite for families with children.

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Tip Top III Yacht

This yacht is part of one of the most sustainable fleets in the Galapagos Islands, and sister to the Tip Top IV and II.

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Tip Top IV Yacht

This first class vessel offers room for 16 passengers in 10 cabins, each with private facilities.

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Santa Cruz Vessel

The Santa Cruz has gained worldwide recognition for its excellent standards, including superb service, expert crew, knowledgeable naturalist guides and more.

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The Beagle Sailboat

This 13-passenger steel-hulled schooner has undeniable charm, and is lovely under sail.

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Legend Vessel

This is one of the finest first class deluxe expedition ships in the Galapagos. Built for 100 passengers, the Legend’s welcoming atmosphere is perfect for families with children or small groups.

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Reina Silvia Yacht

The recently remodeled Reina Silvia is ideal for family charter groups. With larger, more stylish staterooms, the yacht accommodates up to 16 passengers in comfort. It is one of the finest yachts of the Galapagos

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Beluga Yacht

This deluxe steel-hulled motor vessel accommodates 16 passengers in double staterooms, each with private bathroom and shower.

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Isabela II Vessel

This 40 person mid size yacht offers an elegant yet relaxed atmosphere for experiencing the adventure of the Galapagos Islands.

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Coral I & II Yachts

These sister yachts are cozy boats with high class service, the amenities of a larger boat, and the exclusivity of a smaller vessel.

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Eric, Flamingo & Letty Yachts

These identical yachts were custom designed for adventurous Galapagos trips. They offer superior comfort in spacious accommodations and are great for small groups.

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