Mid-November 2013, Galapagos Voyager suffered a collision while navigating from the Galapagos Islands to Guayaquil, where the 16-guest yacht was headed for maintenance. The collision caused irreparable damage to the yacht's hull, and as a result the Voyager will no longer be able to operate.
AdventureSmith Explorations is working to re-allocate passengers booked on Galapagos Voyager until the yacht's owner brings a replacement ship. We have a number of first-class yachts that are great alternatives to the Voyager and of similar standards in guides, amenities and services. Here are a few similar ships to consider:
Though a sailing ship, not a yacht like Galapagos Voyager, Mary Anne's operations are run by the same tour provider, Andando Tours, so you can expect the same level of service, as well as the same intimate atmosphere as both vessels carry 16 guests. Mary Anne has 12 double, tastefully furnished cabins and offers a genuine windjammer sailing experience in the Galapagos Islands.
Featuring large suites, spacious staterooms, private balconies and the bonus of interconnected cabins, the 16-guest Cormorant is, much like its namesake, sleekly suited for Galapagos cruising.
The Eric, Flamingo and Letty are three sister ships with identical characteristics featuring 10 spacious cabins on three decks. Each yacht is 83 feet long and is exclusively custom-designed for Galapagos excursions.
Contact the experts at AdventureSmith Explorations for even more Galapagos Voyager alternatives. We represent more than 25 Galapagos small ship cruises and can match your travel needs and budget with the perfect Galapagos vessel.