Beluga – First Class Galapagos Cruise
The Beluga is a 16 passenger, superior first class, 110 foot, exquisitely designed, steel-hulled motor vessel that is an excellent choice for your Galapagos cruise.
If you plan on going on a Galapagos cruise, make sure you check out everything the Beluga has to offer! This 110 foot steel hulled motor vessel is possibly one of the finest choices for your next Galapagos cruise! When you are looking for a Galapagos travel package, you are looking for the finest and affordable travel solution that fits your budget. You also want to take in everything the Galapagos has to offer
The Beluga is one of the best of the first class vessels we have to offer and you should not wait on taking advantage of open spaces when they arise. Embark on a fantasy voyage on this spacious and comfortable superior first class motor yacht!
If you are planning Galapagos holidays, make sure to check out everything you can do on the Beluga! It is certainly a Galapagos cruise you won’t want to miss.
As one of Ecuador’s leading conservation organizations, Conservacion y Desarrollo developed the Smart Voyager sustainable tourism certification program, which awards its seal of approval to tour boat operators and hotels in Ecuador who meet a set of strict conservation standards for protecting the environment, wildlife and the well-being of workers and local communities.
Equipped with the most modern safety systems, Beluga accommodates 16 passengers in 8 double cabins (6 lower/lower berths and 2 with matrimonial beds) Cabin #1 has three beds two lower and one upper bed. Each cabin has their own private bathroom equipped with hot & cold water showers. Beluga is fully air conditioned, has spacious social areas with all the comforts and facilities of a superior first class motor yacht ; panoramic windows in the salon / dining area.
Enjoy your time on board in the spacious sundeck or relax in the shade of the top deck while cruising between the islands.
* EXCEPT Christmas & New Years
Christmas / New Years
|4 days (Tues – Fri)
Tower itinerary only
|5 days (Fri – Tues)
Tower itinerary only
|6 days (Sun – Fri)||$3460||$3660|
|8 days (Fri – Fri)||$4600||$4800|
|15 days (Fri – Fri)||$8625||$8825|
|Charter Rates (4 days)||$41,440|
|Charter Rates (5 days)||$46,000|
|Charter Rates (6 days)||$55,360|
|Charter Rates (8 days)||$73,600|
|Charter Rates (15 days)||$138,000|
* All rates are in $US and per person
- All Rates are in US dollars, per person and based on double occupancy
- Children under 12 receive a 30% discount – one child per adult
- Child discounts available for one child per adult
- Child discounts not available over Christmas & New Years dates
- Single supplement = 50%, shared cabins available
- Hiking, Swimming, Snorkelling, Kayaking, Wildlife Viewing & Photography. Snorkelling gear and wetsuits available for rent.
SCUBA: Occasional SCUBA is offered with 2 dives at Floreana (Day 5 of the Tower itinerary) for $288 US per person (minimum of 2 divers). Rate includes complete diving equipment (wetsuit, belt, weights, regulator, BCD, masks, snorkel, fins, tank, etc), snacks and soft drink.
Fernandina Itinerary (Friday to Friday):
Day 1 Baltra Airport & Highlands of Santa Cruz
Day 2 Floreana: Punta Cormorant, Devil’s Crown & Post Office Bay
Day 3 Isabela Island: Puerto Villamil, Tintoreras & Sierra Negra
Day 4 Isabela Island: Punta Moreno & Elizabeth Bay
Day 5 Isabela Island: Urbina Bay & Tagus Cove
Day 6 Isabela: Urvina Bay & Fernandina: Punta Espinosa
Day 7 Santiago: Puerto Egas & Bartolome Island
Day 8 North Seymour & Baltra Airport
Tower Itinerary (Friday to Friday)
Day 1 Baltra Airport & Dragon Hill
Day 2 Santa Fe Island & South Plaza Island
Day 3 San Cristobal Island: Punta Pitt & Isla Lobos
Day 4 Espagnola Island (Hood): Gardner Bay & Punta Suarez
Day 5 Santa Cruz Island: Puerto Ayora, Charles Darwin Station & Highlands
Day 6 Santiago: Espumilla Beach & Sullivan Bay
Day 7 Genovesa Island: Darwin Bay & El Barranco
Day 8 Caleta Tortuga Negra & Baltra Airport
8 Double staterooms each with private bath. Hot / cold water showers.
Motor Vessel, Steel hull, built in 1968 in Hamburg, Germany.
|Crew:||Captain, multilingual naturalist guide, cook, machinist, barman and 4 sailors.|
|Equipment:||Twin Detroit Diesels 530 HP each, 3 generators: 1 Nissan 110 KW, 1 Perkins 60 KW and 1 Perkins 40KW all for 110 and 220 AC cycles, marine radios, depth sounder up to 2000 mts., 48 mile radar, GPS, 2 tenders with outboards, 2 ten-man inflatable rubber rafts in fiberglass capsule, TV with VHS video system, fully air-conditioned, 2 desalinators with capacity for 400 gallons per day each, freezer and refrigeration.|