...  are probably the most famous wildlife-watching destination in the world.  And no wonder - it's almost impossible to exaggerate the sheer spectacle of the place that provided inspiration for Charles Darwin's groundbreaking theory of natural selection

Mark Carwardine, Zoologist, BBC TV Presenter, Environmentalist

The Galapagos Islands

Galapagos Cruise Vacations

Intimate Experiences with 12-16 Passenger Yachts

Luxury, Mid-Priced and Budget

We have many different cruise options available, below are just a couple of examples. 
Please contact us to discuss dates, sailing routes and availability.  

We recommend to book early!


The Mary Anne is the perfect ship for those who love to travel by sail.  She has 1,000 m2 of canvas sails with which she majestically takes to the waves.  

This precious 3-masted barquentine, the only one of its kind in the islands, can accommodate up to 16 guests in her 4 double and 8 single cabins.

All cabins have private bathrooms with hot water and are designed with 1 double lower berth and a single upper berth. she also features 2 double cabins with lower berths.

All guest accommodations are located on the cabin deck. The main deck is complete with the dining room, kitchen, library and entertainment center.

On the sun deck you will find open-air seating, kayaks, storage, the bridge and plenty of space for taking in the beautiful sights.

The vessel features a wood-paneled, comfortable lounge area with a cozy bar and ample sun decks as well as deck seating. The nine crew members and naturalist guide are on board assure you a high-end experience.

m/y passion

Exclusive 159 ft. / 49 mt four deck yacht for 12 passengers.  Completely refurbished and adapted to cruise in Galapagos National Park.

Panoramic sky lounge and bar, original teakwood decks and Italian marble bathrooms.  All suites and staterooms with private bathrooms and air-conditioning.  VIP and MASTER suites have two bathrooms each.  Four ample exterior staterooms with private bathroom and bathtub.

Al fresco dining.

The crew-to-guest ratio is more than 1:1 & automatic stabilizers to minimize motion at sea.