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galapagos seaman First Class Yacht



Galapagos Seaman first class yacht



The Seaman is a fully equipped and spacious motor yacht designed with teakwood and modern decorum to give a unique Galapagos tour an exclusive touch. The dining room and lounge demonstrate a refined taste and the yacht has three sun decks, one half-shaded. Equipped with all the standards you would expect from a high-class yacht, the Coral is a modern ship in a timeless realm.

For an overwhelming view and photography or just for a relaxing sun bath, the M/Y Coral I outside decks are fantastic. You can also enjoy a drink in the Jacuzzi while sailing from one island to another, with a once in a life time natural scenery.

The Seaman offers delicious cuisine, knowledgeable guides and services provided by a friendly crew.


Facilities: 9 large, beautiful and comfortable double cabins with outside views, private bathroom, cold/hot water, locker and closet, comfortable dining room, two bars and a lounge, library, full air conditioning with control in each cabin, TV, DVD, stereo, first aid, ice maker, water purifier, observation deck and spacious sundeck withss chairs for sleeping and relaxing.


- 6 cabins on the Main deck with twin beds and window (2.80m x 4.90 m .)
- 2 cabins on the Upper deck with double beds and window ( 4.30 m x 3.50 m )
- 1 cabin on the Lower deck with one double bed plus a single bed and port ( 3.20 m x 5.0 cm )


Galapagos Seaman Technical Specifications

Motor Catamaran
Category: High Superior Class
Capacity: 16 passsengers
Year: 2006-2007
Construction: Fiver glass
Lenght: 90 feet / 27.6 m
Bean: 36.08 feet / 11 m
Draft: 4.75 feet / 1.45 m
Speed: 12 knots
Engines: 2 Caterpillar of 400 hp IMO each
Gross Tonnage: 260 tons
Generators: 220/110 volt AC, 2x 20 kw KOHLER
Electric System: 2 50 kw generators (IMO) and
Electric power: 110v and 220v AC/ DC

Water Capacity: 3000 gallons plus water maker with 2000 gal/day capacity
Diesel Capacity: 2500 gallons
Interiors: Fiberglas
Crew:8 meWELCOMETOGALAPAGOSrs plus 1 naturalist bilingual guide II / III
Diving: Diving platform 3 m x 11 m

Equipment for Multisports : Full diving equipment, snorkelling, sea kayaking and surfing


Galapagos Seaman ITINERARY 8 days / 7 nights, Monday to Monday and Thrusday to Thursday

Day 1: San Cristóbal Island: Airport - León Dormido – Lobos Island

Day 2: Española Island: Point Suárez – Gardner Bay

Day 3: Floreana Island: Devil’s Crown – Post Office - Point Cormorant

Day 4: Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station – Highlands of Santa Cruz

Day 5: Isabela Island: Point Moreno – Elizabeth Bay

Day 6: Isabela Island: Urbina Bay – Fernandina Island: Point Espinosa

Day 7:Bartolomé Island – Plazas Island

Day 8: Interpretation Center – Airport San Cristóbal Island


Galapagos Seaman Caramaran Galapagos full, detailed and day by day Itinerary

DAY 1:

San Cristobal Island: Airport - León Dormido – Lobos Island

San Cristobal airport: Your guide will welcome you at the airport and take you to the boat in order to start your 8-day cruise.
Puerto Baquerizo Moreno.- This is the capital of the archipelago. The airport has the same name.
Leon Dormido.- This is really a gigantic rock formed by a volcanic eruption. It is divided by a narrow canal that small boats can pass through. This rock is home for a great Number of sea birds. It is also a good spot for diving.

DAY 2:

Española: Punta Suarez - Gardner Bay Punta Suarez

This point of land has amazing colonies of sea birds in Galápagos. Sea lions and mockingbirds will welcome us.

Gardner Bay.- This bay is a 45-minute boat ride from Punta Suarez. It has a white sand beach and there is a small colony of sea lions. The possibilities for swimming or scuba diving are excellent here.

DAY 3:

Floreana: Devil’s Crown – Post Office Bay - Punta Cormorant

Devil’s Crown.- This site is an excellent place for scuba diving. The beautiful coral formations offer a wonderful underwater panorama. You can also easily see schools of multi-colored fish, sharks and marine turtles at a depth of only 6 meters.

Post Office Bay.- Here you will see the famous barrel that served as the mailbox for eighteenth century whaling ships. Now tourists leave their unstamped letters or postcards for the next passengers to mail.

Punta Cormorant.- This site has a beach of green olivine crystal sand. The island has a lagoon filled with flamingos. Walking on towards the other side, there is a fine white sand beach where marine turtles nest from Decemeber to May.
Wet landing.

DAY 4:

Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station – Highlands

Santa Cruz. - This is the most heavily populated island in the archipelago. Its port, Puerto Ayora, is an obligatory stop for all ships, so there are many hotels, restaurants, souvenir shops, discotheques, bars, internet coffee shops and other stores where tourists can spend their time shopping or getting to know other people. The most important site on this island is the Charles Darwin Scientific Station. An excellent way to begin learning about the islands and their origin and formation is to visit the Station. You can also see how the Galapagos turtles are raised and meet Jorge, the famous solitary turtle. The Scientific Station has its own beach that receives many visitors on weekends
Highlands.- In the highland a Number of the endemic Santa Cruz subspecies of Giant Tortoise, Geochelone elephantopus porteri, wander free. The highlands are also home to Scalesia, Miconia, and Pampa vegetation zones. Birds in this area include several species of finch, the vermillion flycatcher, Galápagos rail, Galapagos Dove, and paint-billed cake. We also may have the opportunity to visit the lava tubes.


DAY 5:

Isabella Island: Punta Moreno – Elizabeth Bay

Punta Moreno.- It is on the southwestern side of Isabella. From here there is a spectacular view of the Alcedo, Sierra Negra and Cerro Azul volcanoes. Here there are a Number of lagoons with different kinds of birds such as frigate birds, flamencos and pelicans.

Elizabeth Bay: This is a marine visitor site, the excursion is done by zodiac, and there is no landing point here there is the largest and most important penguin colony in the Galapagos Islands and their breeding site. In the area there are red mangroves, sea turtles, flightless cormorants, spotted eagle rays, golden rays, brown pelicans and sea lions.

DAY 6:

Isabella Island: Urbina Bay – Fernandina Island: Punta Espinosa

Urbina Bay.-: This bay is off the east coast. From here it is easy to reach the Alcedo and Darwin volcanoes. You can see large colored land iguanas here and the possibility of seeing giant turtles, flightless cormorants, blue-footed boobies, penguins and marine iguanas is excellent.

Punta Espinoza.- This site has a beautiful backdrop of black rock and lava. Here there are colonies of marine iguanas, a great Number of penguins, colonies of flightless cormorants and pelicans. You can swim or snorkel among sea lions. The vegetation is quite different because of the lava and in certain places the plants are dry. Dry landing.

DAY 7:

Bartolome Island – Plazas Islan

Bartolome.- On this island it is possible to see interesting formations of lava and ash cones. After a 30 to 40-minute climb to the high part, a wooden stairway goes to the top where there is a beautiful view of the nearest bays. This island is one of the most visited and photographed because of its Pinnacle Rock and the sea lions and penguins around its base. Dry landing.

Plaza.- This island is full of life. There are colonies of sea lions and land iguanas. On the steep banks it is possible to see a great Number of birds such as nesting tropic birds and fork-tailed seagulls, but most of all, enjoying the beautiful view from atop the steep banks or strolling along the base of the cliff is an extremely pleasurable experience. The Opuntia cacti grow here too and the vegetation changes color according to the season of the year. Dry landing.

DAY 8:

San Cristobal Island: Interpretation Center – Airport

San Cristobal Island: Interpretation Center – Airport
Here you can learn more about the history of the Galapagos and the conservation of this unique piece of nature, after the visit your guide will take you to the airport. Happy return to Quito or Guayaquil.


ITINERARY SUBJECT TO CHANGE IMPORTANT Dry landing: passengers step out from the fast boat onto rocks or a dock.
Wet landing: passengers step out from the fast boat into knee-deep water and go ashore.
Itineraries are subject to variations due to weather conditions or Galapagos National Park regulations.
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