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 Type: Motor Catamarans
 Category: Tourist Superior
 Motor: 2 engines / 200 HP.
 Accommodations: 16 Passengers in 6 double cabins with twin beds and 2 suitsl with matrimonial bed and private Bathroom
 Generators: 2 generators – Onan 21 Kva each
 Air - aconditioned: Individually controlled in all cabins
 Navigation: All equipment meets / exceeds the international safety standards: Life vests, GPS, Sonar, Naval radars, Fire detection and prevention systems.s
 Length: 24,90m / 83ft
 Speed: 10 knots
 Capacity: 16 Passengers.
 Electricity: 12 V, 110 V, 220 V.
 Social areas: Sun deck, sun terrace, hanging nets at the bow, living room, shaded outside dining (al fresco)
 Crew: 6 members: 1 Captain, 1 Helmsman, 1 Sailor, 1 Machinist - Biker, 1 Bar Man - Cabinero, 1 Cook.
DAY 1 AM Sunday. Baltra
PM Bachas.
DAY 2 AM Monday. Prince Phillip's Steps
PM Darwin Bay.
DAY 3 AM Tuesday. Sullivan Bay
PM Dragon Hill.
DAY 4 AM Wednesday. Highlands
PM Charles Darwin Station.
DAY 5 AM Thursday. Moreno Point
PM Urbina bay.
DAY 6 AM Friday. Espinoza Point
PM Tagus Cove.
DAY 7 AM Saturday. Egas Port
PM Buccaneer Cove.
DAY 8 AM Sunday. Daphne
DAY 1 AM Sunday. Baltra
PM Seymour.
DAY 2 AM Monday. Lobos Island
PM Kicker Rock - Brujo Hill.
DAY 3 AM Tuesday. Gardner Bay
PM Suarez Point.
DAY 4 AM Wednesday. Cormorant Point
PM Champion Islet - Post Office Bay.
DAY 5 AM Thursday. Highlands
PM Charles Darwin Station.
DAY 6 AM Friday. South Plaza
PM Santa Fe.
DAY 7 AM Saturday. Bartolome
PM Chinese Hat.
DAY 8 AM Sunday. Mosquera Islet

1.- All rates are in US Dollars and per person
2.- Child discount: 20% of net rate. Only applicable for children under 12 years.
3.- Single supplement 60% of the net rate
4.- All rates mentioned are subject to change in the event of local tax increases or other unforeseen circunstances.

Accomodation double cabins with private bathroom
3 meals per day
Guided visits to sites of interest by a naturalist
Naturalist bilinbual guide
Snorkeling equipment

Air flight ticket to / from the Galapagos Islands
Entrance Fee to the Galapagos National Park $ 100.- p.p ( subject to change )
Transit card $ 20.- p.p ( subject to change )
Soft and acoholic drinks
Travel insurance
Tips and other items of personal nature.
4.- 59 days prior the departure - 100% of the total cruise rate will be retained

Cruise rating: 4/5 - 2 customer reviews

Hi Veronica,

Our trip went very smoothly and we had an amazing time. The Hotel Vieja Cuba was charming, staff attentive and breakfast delicious. Also the Aida Maria and its crew were great, as well as the food. Our nature guide Ruben was very knowledgeable and friendly. Thank you for booking us this terrific trip. We do hope to return to see more of the Galapagos and I will contact you.

Thanks again,


USA Amanda Francin
May 2015


Cruise went perfect.

The guide Franklin was fabulous. Crew looked after us 24/7...really good. Food was varied and interesting. We couldn't have gone without the wetsuits and Franklin took all respoonsibility for mailing them back.

Thank you for all your help and direction. The only thing I didn't know was how rough the sea was and I had to up my doses of motion sickness meds to cover it.



USA Sandi
September 2012

Updated -Jul-2018

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