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Ocean Spray Galapagos Cruise

Cruise the Galapagos in Style Aboard the Ocean Spray

Ocean Spray Galapagos Cruise

$4995

per person

For those looking for a Galapagos adventure cruise in style, the 16-passenger Ocean Spray Galapagos Cruise provides a cozy small yacht atmosphere, comfortable accommodations and personalized service. The only Galapagos mega-catamaran built exclusively for cruising the Galapagos. All staterooms with private balconies and boosts ample…

For those looking for a Galapagos adventure cruise in style, the 16-passenger Ocean Spray Galapagos Cruise provides a cozy small yacht atmosphere, comfortable accommodations and personalized service.

The only Galapagos mega-catamaran built exclusively for cruising the Galapagos. All staterooms with private balconies and boosts ample social areas and a Jacuzzi.

The Ocean Spray offers spacious and comfortable, fully-air conditioned accommodations. The Ocean Spray’s upper deck features a bar and a beautiful open area for relaxation and dining. The sundeck is great for whale and dolphin watching or to simply relax in the Jacuzzi. In the evenings there is no better place for star gazing. The dining area can be found on the main deck, along with a really comfortable lounge. All meals are served as a buffet style with all soft drinks included.

The naturalist guide will give nightly lectures about the islands, in addition to briefings on the next day’s activities. Most of the snorkeling activities take place before or after island excursions, so that you will not miss the hikes. It is an optional activity while the rest of the passengers stay on board or on the beach. If you would like to learn about the equatorial night skies, your guide will be happy to join you for stargazing on the Sun Deck (December to April). Whale watching is seasonal and best experienced while the humboldt current reaches the Galapagos. Although sightings are not guaranteed, with a keen eye and some luck you may see some whales during your cruise, especially between June and September.

Itineraries

8 Day Western Itinerary – Deluxe Cabin Low Season $4,995 PP / High Season $5,495 PP
8 Day Alternate Itinerary – Deluxe Cabin $3,245 PP / Suite $3,500 PP

Ship Specifications

Year of construction: November 2011
Type: Power motor catamaran
Length: 113 feet (34m)
Beam: 43 feet (13m)
Capacity: 16 passengers
Accommodation: Main Deck: 4 double cabins (334 ft² / 32 m²),Upper Deck: 4 double cabins (248 ft² / 23 m²), 1 single cabin (194 ft² / 18 m²), All with private balcony
Main engines: John Deere 4045TFM50 / 400HP @ 1800 RPM
Max speed: 12 knots
Electricity: 110 volts AC / 60 Hz
Exterior: Glass reinforced plastic (fiber/polyester Harzmatrix)
Crew: Captain, Bilingual Galapagos National Park naturalist guide, Cruise manager, 8 other crew
Safety & Navigation: All equipment meets / exceeds the international SOLAS standard: 2x 20-man life craft, Navnex, 2 GPS, sonar, 2 naval radars, fire detection and prevention systems etc etc.

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  • Dress Code
    Casual
  • Include
    Departure Taxes
    Entry Fees
    5 Star Accommodation
    Personal Guide
    Airport Transfers
    Breakfast
1

Day 1 - West

  • AM: Arrival in Baltra
  • PM: Rabida Island
2

Day 2 - West

  • AM: Punta Vicente Roca, Isabela Island
  • PM: Punta Espinoza, Fernandina Island
3

Day 3 - West

  • AM: Tagus Cove, Isabela Island
  • PM: Urbina bay, Isabela
4

Day 4 - West

  • AM: Elizabeth Bay, Isabela
  • PM: Punta Moreno, Isabela
5

Day 5 - West

  • AM: Charles Darwin Research Station, Santa Cruz Island
  • PM: Twin Craters/Highlands, Santa Cruz Island
6

Day 6 - West

  • AM: North Seymour Island
  • PM: Santa Fe Island
7

Day 7 - West

  • AM: Suarez Point, Espanola Island
  • PM: Gardner Bay, Espanola
8

Day 8 - West

  • AM: Interpretation Center, Santa Cruz Island
  • PM: Return to mainland Ecuador
9

Day 1 - Alternate

  • AM: Arrive San Cristobal Island & Lobos Island
  • PM: Cerro Brujo, San Cristobal
10

Day 2 - Alternate

  • AM: Punta Pitt, San Cristobal
  • PM: Cerro Brujo, San Cristobal
11

Day 3 - Alternate

  • AM: Baroness Lookout/Post Office Bay, Floreana
  • PM: Devils Crown & Cormorant Point, Floreana Island
12

Day 4 - Alternate

  • AM: Black Turtle Cove, Santa Cruz Island
  • PM: Bartolomew Island
13

Day 5 - Alternate

  • AM: Darwin Bay Beach, Genovesa Island
  • PM: El Barranco, Genovesa
14

Day 6 - Alternate

  • AM: Espumilla Beach, Santiago Island
  • PM: Egas Port, Santiago
15

Day 7 - Alternate

  • AM: South Plaza Island
  • PM: Highlands, Santa Cruz Island
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Day 8 - Alternate

  • AM: Mosquera Islet
  • PM: Return to mainland Ecuador

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