• Local: Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
  • Duração: 4 dias (aproximadamente)
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Dreamed of sailing and exploring the Galapagos Islands at the same time? This 4-day catamaran cruise aboard the ‘Nemo I' fulfills your wish. Discover the eastern side of the UNESCO-listed archipelago with stops at Charles Darwin Station, San Cristobal, Santa Fe and Santa Cruz, with wildlife residents including giant tortoises, all manner of birds, dragon-like iguanas and giant cactus trees. Sunbathe on the boat’s hanging nets, and snorkel or kayak alongside sea lions and turtles. Stay three nights in a twin cabin on this small-group tour limited to just 14 passengers.

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This 4-day cruise aboard the Nemo I catamaran takes you into the eastern side of the UNESCO-listed Galapagos Islands, an archipelago of 19 islands located off the Ecuadorian coast, with your choice between two itinerary options (see below for more details). The recently renovated catamaran accommodates 14 passengers only, and is wider than the majority of motor yachts that operate in the Galapagos Islands.

Enjoy your buffet-style meals (starting with lunch on your first day until breakfast on your day of departure) al fresco, in the covered terrace outside. Water, tea, and coffee are included, and if you’d like a drink with a bit more kick (own expense), head to the bar inside the main deck.

Each twin cabin, located in the hulls, comes with a private bathroom, air-conditioning and a fan. You’ll access your cabin through a hatch, which also serves as a skylight window to shine in more daylight along with the portholes. A few cabins offer matrimonial beds, but most have berth (bunk) beds.

To reach the islands, you’ll typically leave the catamaran at the anchorage-site and board a dinghy for the final stretch to land. Your crew is trained and ready to assist you as needed. In addition to snorkeling, you’ll enjoy opportunities to scuba dive (own expense) or explore by single or double sea kayak some of the protected bays or shorelines.

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Datas de partida
Ponto de partida:
Baltra Airport or Baltra Harbor (if flight arrives outside pickup time at the airport)
Horário de partida:
Flights arriving before or at 9:45am
4 dias (aproximadamente)
Detalhes sobre retorno:
Program finishes with your departure transfer to Baltra Airport

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4-Day Option A
Código: 4DAYA

Day 1: Baltra Airport and North Seymour Day 2: Darwin Bay and Prince Phillip's Steps Day 3: Bartolome and Chinese Hat Day 4: Highlands and Baltra Airport

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4-Day Option B
Código: 4DAYB

Day 1: Baltra Airport and Charles Darwin Station Day 2: Punta Pitt and Cerro Brujo Day 3: Santa Fe and Plaza Sur Day 4: Black Turtle Cove and Baltra Airport

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Galapagos Islands Cruise: 4-Day Catamaran Sail Aboard the 'Nemo I'

4-Day Galapagos Islands Cruise Aboard the 'Nemo I'

  • 3 nights accommodation (twin cabin with private facilities)
  • All meals, snacks and beverages (water, coffee and tea)
  • All excursions/activities as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Professional naturalist guide
  • Beach towels
  • Snorkeling gear
  • Use of single/twin sea kayaks (at approved sites)
  • Round-trip transfers (specific flight arrival/departure times only)
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Transit Control Card ($USD 20, paid at the airport in cash)
  • Galapagos National Park entrance fee ($USD 100, paid in cash)
  • Soft drinks (soda and juices) and alcoholic drinks
  • Travel insurance
  • Round-trip transfers (if flight is outside arrival/departure flight time window)
  • Optional wet suit rental ($USD 25, paid in cash aboard the cruise)
Informações adicionais:
  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Adult pricing applies to all travelers
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please note that the entrance fee to the Galapagos National Park and Transit Card are subject to change
  • A current valid passport is required on the day of travel
  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
  • Important: Please bring cash in order to pay for additional fees/equipment rental
  • Note: If your flight into Galapagos arrives outside the pickup time window at the airport, you must arrange your own transfer to the harbor in Baltra. Flights must arrive before or at 9:45am if you wish to take the included transfer. If your flight arrives before this, you will need to wait at the airport for the group to arrive.To take the transfer back to the airport, your flight should depart at or before 10:25am
  • Note: Single travelers can book a Twin Cabin on a sharing basis. The cabin will be shared with another traveler of the same sex. A single supplement fee applies if you wish to book a cabin on a private basis. Please advise at time of booking
  • Note: Single passengers that are willing to share their cabin with another person of the same gender do not pay an additional single supplement fee in case no roommate has booked
  • Small-group tour limited to 14 people
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Note: airlines allow you to check in 20kg (44lbs) of luggage per person for your flight to the Galapagos. Your cruise will be able to handle this amount of luggage
  • Note: you must be able to climb up and down a short ladder in order to enter your room
Option A

Day 1: Baltra Airport – North Seymour
AM: This morning you will fly from Quito or Guayaquil to Baltra Airport.
PM: After welcome aboard Sailing Catamaran Nemo I, check-in, lunch and the safety-drill you will make your first landing at North Seymour for a guided walk through the large seabird‘s colonies, following a circular loop (easy level; 2km/1.25 mi/about 2hrs). Before dinner your naturalist guide will give the first daily briefing, and the captain and his crew will present and share a welcome toast.
Navigation: About midnight we will lift the anchor and sail to Genovesa. Depending on sea state we will navigate about 5:30 hrs north.

Day 2: Darwin Bay (Genovesa) - Prince Phillip’s Steps (Genovesa)
AM: Today’s full program includes two longer walks, snorkeling and optional sea kayaking. After early breakfast and a wet landing at the sheltered beach of Darwin Bay you will go for a guided walk (moderate level; about 3km/2mi). Enjoy a snack aboard before snorkelling (alternatively: sea kayaking).
PM: Around lunch-time we will sail to nearby Prince Philip’s Steps, close to the entrance of the broken caldera. There you will make a guided walk through cliff top seabird colonies (moderate level; about 3km/2mi).
Overnight navigation: Nemo I will lift the anchor shortly after dinner, and navigate about 5 hours, heading back south in the direction of Santiago (and anchoring at Bartolome).

Day 3: Bartolome - Chinese Hat
AM: Today’s full program is largely dedicated to volcanism. Wake-up during an early morning dinghy-ride along the barren shoreline. After breakfast it is not yet too hot to climb the stairs of Bartolomé’s Summit Trail, which is rewarded with panoramic views (guided walk, moderate level; about 800m/0.5 mi; 114m/375ft altitude difference). Next you can refresh and explore the fantastic shallow water snorkelling spot at the foot of Pinnacle Rock (alternative: walking around or relaxing on the beach).
PM: During lunch Nemo I navigates to Chinese Hat (about 1hr), where you can snorkel again. Learn more about Galapagos’ fascinating geology during the late-afternoon walk on this typical volcano-islet (easy level; about 0,7 km/0.5 mi).
Navigation: While sailing to Puerto Ayora (Santa Cruz, about 7hr) you will have dinner. We will anchor in the sheltered harbour of Academy Bay just after midnight, where you can enjoy a fairly quiet sleep.
Additional options scuba-diving: Bartolome or Cousin Rocks (both advanced)

Day 4: Highlands (Santa Cruz) - Baltra Airport
This cruise itinerary ends in Puerto Ayora. En route to the airport you will pass the lush highlands of Santa Cruz, where you will get the opportunity to quest for most-famous representatives of Galapagos: a wild population of Galapagos giant tortoises.
AM: After an early breakfast it’s time say goodbye and to leave the yacht. You will travel by inflatable dinghy and private bus from the pier of Puerto Ayora into the highlands. In the agricultural zone you can see Galapagos giant tortoises in the wild before continuing to the airport.

Option B

Day 1: Baltra Airport – Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz) 
AM: This morning you will fly from Quito or Guayaquil to Baltra Airport.
PM: After welcome aboard S/C Nemo I, check-in, lunch, and the safety-drill you will visit the Charles Darwin Research Station as an introduction to Galapagos and get some free time to stroll through the cosy town of Puerto Ayora.
Overnight navigation: Short before midnight the anchor will be lifted for this route’s longest navigation to easternmost Pitt Point, about 8 hours in eastern direction.

Day 2: Pitt Point – Witch Hill (San Cristobal)
AM: After breakfast you will make a wet landing at Pitt Point, from where you will hike to the cliff-top sea bird colonies (and back). After that snorkelling is scheduled.
PM: During lunch we will navigate along the shore of San Cristobal to Witch Hill, where a lot of activities can be undertaken: a dinghy-ride, sea kayaking, snorkelling and a beach stroll.
Overnight navigation: This evening we will sail to Santa Fe (4 hrs west), in which sheltered bay you can enjoy a comfortable night rest.

Day 3: Barrington Bay (Santa Fe) – South Plaza (Santa Cruz)
AM: After breakfast you will make a guided walk from the beach of Santa Fe (wet landing). Your guide decides whether the easy shorter circuit is followed, or a strenuous longer hike land inward (moderate level; about 3km/2mi). Don’t forget to retain strength for excellent afterwards swimming or snorkeling in the crystal clear azure waters of Barrington Bay.
PM: Around lunchtime we will proceed to South Plaza (about 2 hrs northwest), possibly escorted by bottle nose dolphins. You will make an unforgettable guided walk on this ‘Jurassic islet’ (easy level; about 1,25 km/0.75 mi; avoidable depths on the cliff-edge).
Navigation: While navigating to Black Turtle Cove (2 hrs, before dinner and sunset) we will have opportunities of some great whale watching. After dinner you can enjoy a relatively quiet floating sleep.
Additional options scuba-diving: Gordon Rocks (Expert/Advanced) or Santa Fe (All levels).

Day 4: Black Turtle Cove (Santa Cruz) – Baltra Airport
Enjoy breakfast and spend your final morning in Black Turtle Cove, on the northern side of Santa Cruz island. There are no landing sites here, so you’ll wander by Zodiac boat through a tranquil red mangrove lagoon full of golden rays and spotted eagle rays, reef sharks and hammerheads. Keep your eyes peeled for sea turtles, herons and pelicans as well. Your Galapagos adventure ends with a boat ride to Baltra, where you’ll board a shuttle that transfers you to the airport.
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