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The Beagle is named after HMS Beagle, in which Charles Darwin made his famous voyage to the Galapagos Islands, and later wrote his theory of evolution based on his findings in this extraordinary archipelago.
A magnificent 105-foot twin screw steel-hulled brigantine with teak decks and beautifully designed interiors, The Beagle is in a class by itself among sailing yachts in the Galapagos. She was built by Cubow Ltd. in Woolwich, England, in the 1970s and registered with Lloyd’s (number Y 195095), but her designer is unknown. She’s been a charter vessel in the Islands for over a decade and has been substantially refurbished under her current ownership.
You will feel the sensation of space aboard the Beagle for kicking back and relaxing between your unforgettable visits on land. The saloon offers a small library of Galapagos literature and a selection of games. All around the wide decks, comfortable seating allows you to choose sunshine or shade for lounging and observation. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served on board with the exception of the day you visit Puerto Ayora when you will enjoy a meal in the highlands of Santa Cruz. Meals blend Ecuadorian and continental cuisine and are served on the deck or in the saloon. Coffee and tea are available on deck, cold drinks including beer and a selection of wine and cocktails you may purchase from a well-stocked bar. Refreshing snacks, especially at teatime, round out your daily menu.
A friendly and highly professional crew of six will attend you while on board: captain, helmsman, steward, cook, engineer, and your certified bilingual naturalist guide. The guide will accompany you to all visiting sites within the National Park, providing a wealth of knowledge about the geological and human history of the Islands, and of course about every aspect of their intriguing flora and fauna.
Length: 105 ft. brigantine
Accommodations: 6 double cabins and 1 smaller double with private bathrooms & A/C
Propulsion: Twin John Deere 235 HP (2004)
Generator Output: 1 Koller 33 KW generator-220/110 V, 1 koller 23 kw generator-220/110 V, 2-12/24 V Battery packs
Navigation and Safety equipment: 2 Furuno GPS Navigator Systems, 2 magnetic compasses, 1 EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon), 1 Boston Whaler dinghy, 1 inflatable Caribe dinghy, 2 double kayaks, 1 Elliot 20-person liferaft, 1 Shanghai 20-person liferaft, 1 cellular telephone (Movistar), 1 satellite telephone (Iridium), 2 Furuno radars (36 N/M), 1 Water Maker desalination plant, 1 70-band HF DSC radio (ICOM), 1 70-band VHF DCC radio (ICOM), 1 Hummingbird VHF radio, 2 portable VHF radios (ICOM), 2 bidirectional ACR radios, 1 vessel positioner (Hunter), 1 ZART ACR radar responder, 1 Furuno Navtex receiver (climate status), 1 Furuno echo-sounding fathometer (500m)
Crew: Captain, helmsman, steward, cook, engineer and naturalist guide.
Cruising Speed: 9 knots
Range: 3,000 miles
Watermaker: 35 gallons per hour
The Millennium is the most elegant and comfortable catamaran in the Galapagos while providing the highest standards of security. The ample spaces in cabins, living rooms, and bathrooms fit the elegance and comfort required by high standard passengers. The atmosphere of a small group of 16 passengers, combined with the features of a big vessel, make the voyage on the Millennium an unforgettable journey.
Category: Mid-range Motor Catamaran.
Capacity: 16 Passengers.
Accommodations: 16 Passengers in 8 double cabins with private Bathroom.
On board: Sun Deck, Bibliothek, Locker, Dining-room, Water purifier, Snorkelling equipment, Solarium, VHS, TV, Ventilators.
Crew: 9 Plus Naturalist Multilingual guide.
Speed: 12 knots.
Length: 82 ft. (27m).
Experience the beauty of the Galapagos from the water, as you take a boat to various sites over the course of two days of excursions. Spend the nights in comfort, without breaking the bank, in a 3 star hotel.
This 4 day, 3 night Galapagos trip is perfect for those who want to see the highlights of the Galapagos while staying in the comfort of a 4 Star hotel. Your first day will give you a chance to explore the lava tunnels and a turtle reserve, in addition to a visit to the Charles Darwin Station. Then, over the next two days, you will explore Tortuga Bay and Beach, La Loberia, Canal del Amor, and Punta Estrada. Please see below for the full itinerary.
Experience some of the best highlights of the Galapagos Islands in a quick 3-day trip. You will stay overnight in a 3 star hotel, and over the course of the trip, you will visit the lava tunnels, a turtle reserve, Charles Darwin Station, tour around the bay on a yacht, snorkel at La Loberia (well known for sea lions!), check out the reef sharks at Canal del Amor, and visit the marine iguanas at Playa de los Perros. See below for the full itinerary. Please note that entrance fees to Galapagos National Park and Ingala are not included in this price ($120pp).
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