This first-class motor yacht offers a cozy and pleasant small group atmosphere for a maximum of 16 passengers, with the highest standards in safety and service, truly one of the most comfortable ways to explore the Galapagos Islands!
**Note that as of mid-November 2013, the Galapagos Voyager is now non-operational due to a collision that damaged her hull while heading for maintenance in Guayaquil. For more information and Galapagos small ship alternatives, read our blog post: Galapagos Voyager Suffers Collision.
Common Areas Aboard Galapagos Voyager
Aboard the Galapagos Voyager passengers will enjoy the ample social areas inside and out providing great ocean views throughout. Voyager's sun decks are the perfect place for those who would like to witness diverse marine life; look for different species of whales or groups of dolphins as you cruise the Galapagos! In addition to the Sun Deck, there are two more sun decks (one covered on the Main Deck and one partially covered on the Upper Deck). A lounge with flat-screen TV and DVD player, a small library and a bar offer relaxation inside. Wetsuites are available for rent on board with snorkel equipment at no cost. There are 9 expert naturalists on board, including a bilingual guide.
Voyager chefs prepare an ideal mixture of local and international cuisine, all served in buffet style in the dining room on the Main Deck. Vegetarians and individuals with other dietary needs can be accommodated.
Cabins Aboard Galapagos Voyager
Six of Voyager's eight cabins are twins with lower beds, and two are Matrimonial cabins with lower double bed. Standard cabins measure approximately 135 square feet. The cabins on the Galapagos Voyager are situated on the yacht's main and upper deck and feature a large window that can be individually opened. All cabins have a private bathroom with hot and cold water and high-pressure flush toilet, air conditioning and individual background music.
Galapagos Voyager Deck Plan