Built in 2008, the Galapagos Odyssey offers four decks for the comfort of its passengers. A maximum of 16 passengers are accommodated aboard the 9-cabin yacht, creating a spacious cruising atmosphere. A September 2012 renovation gave it a completely new interior and exterior, a wooden sun deck with sun beds, two single cabins and two cabins with twins that can convert to a queen bed. The restaurant also received a comprehensive overhaul, adding new technical equipment to meet guests' culinary expectations.
The M/Y Galapagos Odyssey features a spacious lounge, chic dining area, bar, library, shaded terrace for alfresco dining, outdoor Jacuzzi and plenty of space for sunbathing. Includes free snorkel equipment and kayaks, with wetsuit renting options.
Cabins Aboard Galapagos Odyssey
All cabins feature individually controlled air-conditioning, a small desk, sofa, mini-bar & closet, as well as a spacious bathroom with shower cabin and hairdryer. All Main Deck & Upper Deck cabins aboard the Galapagos Odyssey average a size of 194 square feet, including the bathroom. These cabins have large view windows, which can be individually opened. Two matrimonial cabins on the Main Deck can accommodate a child (under 12) on a sofa bed traveling with two adults.
On this newly renovated wooden deck you will find the jacuzzi and a shaded area with comfortable loungers and sun beds, as well as a spacious area for sunbathing.
Four twin cabins, averaging 194 square feet, with large view windows that can be individually opened. On the Upper Deck you can also find an outdoor bar with shaded terrace.
Two twin cabins & two matrimonial cabins, averaging 194 square feet, with large view windows that can be individually opened. The Main Deck also gives room to a spacious lounge, chic dining area, bar and library as well as an impressive, shaded terrace for al-fresco dining.
One porthole cabin with a queen size bed, which can be used for single occupancy.
Galapagos Odyssey Deck Plan