Ocean Spray

16 guests
Year Built: 2011
Length: 113 feet
Beam: 43 feet
Draft: 4 feet
Cruising Speed: 15 knots

The 16-guest mega-catamaran Ocean Spray, one of the newest boats in the Galapagos (built in November 2011), offers premier performance and comfort in Galapagos cruising. The elegant design includes a spacious sundeck with Jacuzzi, al fresco dining, ample social areas and spacious cabins each with a private balcony. Her speed, comfort, top guides, kayaks on board and itinerary make Ocean Spray perfect for active, luxury Galapagos Island cruises.

Common Areas Aboard Ocean Spray

A highlight of the Galapagos Ocean Spray her ample deck space for sunning, wildlife viewing and al fresco dining. Relax on padded lounge chairs or cap off a long active day in the elevated Jacuzzi. Indoors, relax in the luxurious lounge with large view windows, use Ocean Spray's laptops, browse the onboard library or dine on fine regional cuisine in the dining room, also with a view. Crew and guides include the Captain, a bilingual Galapagos National Park Naturalist Guide, a quality control manager and 8 other crew (First Mate, Chef, Sous Chef, Engineer, Assistant Engineer, Sailor, Barman, Housekeeper). All equipment aboard Ocean Spray meets or exceeds the international SOLAS standard; satellite phone is available.

Activities Aboard Ocean Spray

Snorkeling gear and wetsuits are available for use aboard Ocean Spray, as are kayaks for further exploring the Galapagos Islands up close, off ship. Daily excursions with naturalist guides include hikes to view points and on beaches.

Sustainability Aboard Ocean Spray

All guests aboard Ocean Spray travel knowing their carbon emissions are offset through CanopyCo, an Ecuadorian-based organization managed by local and European professionals dedicated to reforesting Ecuador’s native forests for the benefit of the climate, the local community and, of course, Ecuador’s phenomenal flora and fauna. Ocean Spray's entire operation has been included in the offsets, from the fuel used by the engines on board the catamaran to the bus rides its staff take to work. Aboard Ocean Spray, you can rest assured that from the moment you arrive in the Galapagos Islands to the moment you leave, the impact of your carbon footprint will be a net zero.

Ocean Spray is also one of the main supporters of the Simon Bolivar Volunteer Program, which helps to find and place volunteers into worthy projects throughout Ecuador and Galapagos. The charitable projects are varied and include: health programs, child welfare, environmental projects, animal welfare, agricultural education and professional internships.

Cabins Aboard Ocean Spray

Ocean Spray features 8 staterooms, all with private balconies. There are 4 double cabins of 334 square feet on the Main Deck with twin beds that can convert to king-size beds. On the Upper Deck, there are 4 double cabins of 248 square feet with king-size beds. There is 1 single cabin of 194 square feet on the Upper Main Deck, which may be available with no single supplement to groups with a minimum of 3 people. There is a sofa bed in each cabin (except the single cabin) for children under 12 years old traveling with their parents.

Amenities include L´Occitane bathroom products, hair dryers and safety deposit boxes. Electrical outlets are 220/110v.

Ocean Spray Deck Plan

Main Deck

Upper Deck

Sun Deck