Exploring Galápagos aboard the 48-guest National Geographic Islander allows you to experience the islands on an up-close, personal scale. Originally built for service in the Caribbean, and then later used for expeditions in the Scottish Highlands, the twin-hulled Islander has been sailing year-round cruises to Galápagos since 2004 and is perfectly suited to these wild islands.

A nimble, modern, Galápagos Island cruise ship, she offers an intimate environment and a friendly, convivial community quickly forms on board. Yacht-scaled and trim, her mahogany and gleaming brass fittings create a gracious and welcoming environment. Designed for active exploration, she can visit areas larger vessels can’t, and guests often compare Islander to being aboard a private yacht—one that’s as smart as she is lovely and dedicated to discovery.

 Type: Motor Yacht
 Category: Luxury Class
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 Speed: 10 kts
 Capacity: 48 passengers
 Electricity: 110-220 Volts 50Hz
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 Navigation Equipment: All equipment meets or exceeds the international SOLAS standard: 1x 25 and 1 x 20 man life craft, Foruno, 2 GPS, Sonar, 2 naval radars, Fire detection and prevention systems, Water Desalinate System
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