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Monserrat

About the Monserrat Yacht
Monserrat Information

The Monserrat yacht, originally built as a fishing boat, was last remodeled in 2011 and is now a first-class boat that sails the waters of the Galapagos Islands, each time offering its 20 passengers comfort and safety. The yacht is named in honor of the Virgin of Montserrat, patroness of Catalonia (Spain) and the protector of sailors. This yacht has 10 wood-decorated cabins and spacious seating areas.

Accommodation:

  • Capacity: 20 passengers
  • Lower Deck: Four (4) (two with twin beds and two with full-sized bad)
  • Upper Deck: Six (6) (five with twins and one with a full sized bed)
  • Features:
    • All cabins have twin or full-sized beds, air conditioning, closets and private bathrooms with hot water

Technical Features and Specifications:

  • Type: Motor yacht
  • Speed: 12 knots
  • Length: 30m
  • Equipment: Water desalination system, water treatment system
  • Safety and Navigation:
    • VHF
    • UHF
    • Magnetic compass
    • Furuno radar and GPS
    • Fire safety system
    • Smoke detectors
    • Two lifeboats
    • Two panga boats
  • Crew and Staff: Eight (8) crew members, two (2) guides (if the group is larger than 16 passengers), one (1) cruise director
  • Decks: 4

Facilities:

  • Lounge with a TV, DVD, library and board games
  • Bar
  • Boutique
  • Large dining room
  • Sundeck
Itinerary A - 4 Days
Itinerary B - 4 Days
Itinerary A - 5 Days
Itinerary B - 5 Days
Itinerary A - 8 Days
Itinerary B - 8 Days
Itinerary C - 8 Days
Itinerary D - 8 Days
Itinerary A - Thursday to Sunday
Thursday: Arrival to Baltra Island - Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station
Friday: South Plaza Island - Santa Fe Island
Saturday: San Cristobal Island: Pitt Point - Lobos Island
Sunday: San Cristobal Island: Puerto Baquerizo Moreno - Departure to Ecuador's mainland

Note: Itinerary is subject to change without previous notice, due to weather conditions, operational matters, National Park Authorities advice or Captain's decision for passengers’ safety.

Itinerary B - Thursday to Sunday
Thursday: Arrival to Baltra Island - Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station
Friday: Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay - Bartolome Island
Saturday: Santa Cruz Island: Las Bachas Beach - Cerro Dragon
Sunday: Santa Cruz Island: Black Turtle Cove - Departure to Ecuador's mainland

Note: Itinerary is subject to change without previous notice, due to weather conditions, operational matters, National Park Authorities advice or Captain's decision for passengers’ safety.

Itinerary A - Sunday to Thursday
Sunday: Arrival to Baltra Island - Mosquera Island
Monday: Isabela Island: Sierra Negra Volcano - Las Tintoreras
Tuesday: Chinese Hat Island - Rabida Island
Wednesday: Santiago Island: Egas Port - Espumilla Beach
Thursday: North Seymour Island - Departure to Ecuador's mainland

Note: Itinerary is subject to change without previous notice, due to weather conditions, operational matters, National Park Authorities advice or Captain's decision for passengers’ safety.

Itinerary B - Sunday to Thursday
Sunday: Arrival to San Cristobal Island
Monday: San Cristobal Island: Cerro Brujo - Kicker Rock
Tuesday: Española Island: Suarez Point
Wednesday: Floreana Island: Cormorant Point - Post Office Bay
Thursday: Santa Cruz Island: Puerto Ayora - Charles Darwin Station - Departure to Ecuador's mainland

Note: Itinerary is subject to change without previous notice, due to weather conditions, operational matters, National Park Authorities advice or Captain's decision for passengers’ safety.

Itinerary A - Sunday to Sunday
Sunday: Arrival to Baltra Island - Mosquera Island
Monday: Isabela Island: Sierra Negra Volcano - Las Tintoreras
Tuesday: Chinese Hat Island - Rabida Island
Wednesday: Santiago Island: Egas Port - Espumilla Beach
Thursday: North Seymour Island - Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station
Friday: South Plaza Island - Santa Fe Island
Saturday: San Cristobal Island: Pitt Point - Lobos Island
Sunday: San Cristobal Island: Puerto Baquerizo Moreno - Departure to Ecuador's mainland

Note: Itinerary is subject to change without previous notice, due to weather conditions, operational matters, National Park Authorities advice or Captain's decision for passengers’ safety.

Itinerary B - Sunday to Sunday
Sunday: Arrival to San Cristobal Island
Monday: San Cristobal Island: Cerro Brujo - Kicker Rock
Tuesday: Española Island: Suarez Point
Wednesday: Floreana Island: Cormorant Point - Post Office Bay
Thursday: Santa Cruz Island: Puerto Ayora - Charles Darwin Station
Friday: Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay - Bartolome Island
Saturday: Santa Cruz Island: Las Bachas Beach - Cerro Dragon
Sunday: Santa Cruz Island: Black Turtle Cove - Departure to Ecuador's mainland

Note: Itinerary is subject to change without previous notice, due to weather conditions, operational matters, National Park Authorities advice or Captain's decision for passengers’ safety.

Itinerary C - Thursday to Thursday
Thursday: Arrival to Baltra Island - Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station
Friday: Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay - Bartolome Island
Saturday: Santa Cruz Island: Las Bachas Beach - Cerro Dragon
Sunday: Santa Cruz Island: Black Turtle Cove - Mosquera Island
Monday: Isabela Island: Sierra Negra Volcano - Las Tintoreras
Tuesday: Chinese Hat Island - Rabida Island
Wednesday: Santiago Island: Egas Port - Espumilla Beach
Thursday: North Seymour Island - Departure to Ecuador's mainland

Note: Itinerary is subject to change without previous notice, due to weather conditions, operational matters, National Park Authorities advice or Captain's decision for passengers’ safety.

Itinerary D - Thursday to Thursday
Thursday: Arrival to Baltra Island - Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station
Friday: South Plaza Island - Santa Fe Island
Saturday: San Cristobal Island: Pitt Point - Lobos Island
Sunday: San Cristobal Island: Puerto Baquerizo Moreno
Monday: San Cristobal Island: Cerro Brujo - Kicker Rock
Tuesday: Española Island: Suarez Point
Wednesday: Floreana Island: Cormorant Point - Post Office Bay
Thursday: Santa Cruz Island: Puerto Ayora - Charles Darwin Station - Departure to Ecuador's mainland

Note: Itinerary is subject to change without previous notice, due to weather conditions, operational matters, National Park Authorities advice or Captain's decision for passengers’ safety.

2014
  Lower Upper
8 Days $3,699 $3,899
5 Days $2,499 $2,599
4 Days $1,999 $2,099

Prices in US Dollars
Prices are per person and are based on double occupancy

These prices include:

  • All transfers (trips) on and between the islands
  • All meals during the cruise
  • Services of a multi-lingual naturalist guide
  • All visits and excursions (as per the itinerary)

These prices do not include:

  • Galapagos National Park entrance fee - $100 per person
  • Transit control Card - $10 per person
  • Extra drinks
  • On-board personal expenses
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Beverages in Quito

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