galapagos treasure of galapagos First Class Yacht

 

 

Treasure of Galapagos

 

 

Treasure of Galapagos
An eclectically styled yacht that fuses subtle art deco elements with contemporary ones. Treasure of Galapagos has a host of facilities to be enjoyed in relaxed luxurious surroundings. There can be accommodated 16 passengers, it provides 1 suite with balcony, 8 double outside cabins, 2 double cabins lower deck all with private bathroom and hot water, air conditioning, vanity dressers and security boxes, closed circuit TV,DVD, minibar, satellite communication and wireless internet system, 4 different solarium areas, 1 library and 1 boutique.

 

FACILITIES

Facilities: 1 suite with balcony, 8 double outside cabins with balcony and private bathroom, 2 double lower deck cabins with hot water, air conditioning, vanidity dressers and security boxes. Closed-circuit TV, DVD, minibar, satellite communication and internet wireless system.

 

Galapagos Treasure of Galapagos Technical & Safety Specifications

Category : First class
Speed : 12 Knots
Length : 30,97 mts.

Beam : 11.20 m
Crew : 8 meWELCOMETOGALAPAGOSrs plus 1 hotel manager and a bilingual naturalist guide authorized by Galapagos National Park

Cabins:it provides 1 suite with balcony, 8 double outside cabins,2 double cabins lower deck all with private bathroom and hot water, air conditioning, vanity dressers and security boxes, closed circuit TV,DVD, minibar, satellite communication and wireless internet system, 4 different solarium areas, 1 library and 1 boutique.
Social Areas : 2 lounges, one TV and DVD area, 1 dinning room, 2 bars, 4 different solarium areas, 1 library, 1 boutique.
Equipment :2 motors 385 hpm Caterpillar, 2 generators 75 kw, 3.500 g. fuel, 3.900 g. water, desalinate system.

 

Treasure of Galapagos - Friday to Fridady

Day 1: Baltra - Highlands

Day 2: North Seymour-Bartolome

Day 3: Plazas - Santa Fe Island

Day 4: San Cristobal: Interpretation Center or Lobos Island-Sleeping Lion

Day 5: Española Island

Day 6: Floreana Island

Day 7: Isabela (Pto. Villamil)

Day 8: Charles Darwin Station-Baltra

 

Galapagos Treasure of Galapagos, detailed and day by day Itinerary

Friday

Charles Darwin Station: Transfer from Baltra until Puerto Ayora. Lunch at noon. Dry landing, activities: walking, educational, see giant turtles and Opuntia cactus at Charles Darwin Station. Paths: easy, duration 2h. Dinner at night.


Saturday

AM: North Seymour: Breakfast in the morning. Dry landing. On this island you can observe blue-footed boobies, colonies of magnificent frigate birds, fork-tailed seagulls, sea swallows, sea lions, lava lizards and land iguanas. The Palo Santo trees are also here. Paths: moderate, duration 1h30. Lunch at noon.

PM: Bartolome: After lunch visit to Pinnacle Rock Beach for swimming and snorkeling. Wet Landing, paths: easy, duration: 1h.

In the afternoon dry landing to get to the Bartolome overlook. On this island it is possible to see interesting lava formations 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 as well as the sea lions and penguins around its base. Paths: difficult, duration: 1h30. Dinner at night.
snorkeling


Sunday

AM: South Plazas: Breakfast in the morning. Dry landing. This island is full of life. There are colonies of sea lions and land iguanas. While you walk on the 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 the top the steep banks or strolling along the base of the cliff is an extremely pleasurable experience. The Opuntia cactus grow here too and the vegetation changes color according to the season of the year. Paths: easy, duration: 1h45. Lunch at noon.

PM: Santa Fe: In the afternoon snorkeling at the rocky coast of this island to see diverse fish and sea turtles. Afterwards. wet landing. On the walking you can see colonies of sea lions, land iguanas, frigate birds, Galapagos doves and lava lizards. Hiking into the island you can see a forest of giant cactus and Palo Santo trees. Paths: easy, duration: 1h. Dinner at night.


Monday

AM: San Cristobal- Cerro Colorado: Breakfast in the morning. Dry landing. After a 45min bus drive you will arrive at Cerro Colorado where you can see the giant Galapagos turtles in their natural habitat. Paths: easy, duration: 1h. Lunch at noon.

PM: San Cristobal: Interpretation Center: Dry landing. This place is educational about the evolution of the Galapagos islands and the animal life on the islands. Paths: easy, duration: 1h. Later free time to walk and shop in the small town of San Cristobal. Dinner at night.

restaurant

Tuesday

AM: Española - Gardner Bay: Breakfast in the morning. Wet landing. This bay has a white sand beach and there is a small colony of sea lions. The possibilities for swimming or snorkeling are excellent here. Paths: easy, duration: 1h.

Osborn Island: Enjoy this place for snorkeling and swimming. Duration: 30min. Lunch on board.

PM: Española - Suarez Point: Dry landing. Walking there you can see the blow hole, sea lions, marine iguanas, blue footed boobies, Nazca boobies, Darwin finches, Galapagos hawks, waved albatross, lava lizards, mocking birds, herons. Paths: difficult, duration: 2h30. Dinner at night.

Wednesday

AM: Floreana – Cormorant Point: Breakfast in the morning. Wet landing. This site has a beach of green olivine crystal sand for walking and swimming. The island has also a flamingos lagoon. Walking on towards the other side, there is a fine white sand beach where marine turtles nest from DeceWELCOMETOGALAPAGOSr to May. Paths: easy, duration: 2h.

PM: Floreana - Devil’s Crown: This place is excellent to snorkel and to observe fish, rays and sharks.

Floreana - Post Office Bay: Wet Landing. 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. Paths: easy, duration: 1h. Dinner at night.
pelicano


Thursday: Isabela Island

AM: Isabela - Volcano Chico: Breaskfast in the morning. Dry landing. This is the largest island in the archipelago. It has 6 active volcanoes: Alcedo, Cerro Azul, Darwin, Ecuador, Sierra Negra and Wolf. The enormous amount of lava expelled by these volcanoes formed this island. At Volcano Chico in the highlands of Isabela you can observe the beautiful landscapes of active volcanoes. Paths: moderate, duration: 2h. Lunch at noon.

PM: Isabela – Tintoreras: Dry landing. Walking through lava fields you can see Galapagos penguins, marine iguanas, white tip sharks. Afterwards you can take a last bath in the ocean on the beaches of Isabela or you can take a walk in the small town Puerto Villamil. You can observe sea lions, marine iguanas, pelicans, frigate birds, blue booted boobies. Dinner at night.


Friday: Charles Darwin Station

AM: Highlands of Santa Cruz: Breakfast in the morning. Check out. Dry landing. On your way to the airport you will make a short stop at the craters “Gemelos”, two deep twin volcano craters. Paths: easy, duration: 15min. Transfer out from Santa Cruz island until Baltra to the airport.

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Treasure of Galapagos Yacht

 

 

 

Treasure of Galapagos First class yacht Cabin

Treasure of Galapagos cabin

 

Treasure of Galapagos First class Cabin

Treasure of Galapagos Cabin

 

Treasure of Galapagos First class Lounge

Treasure of Galapagos lounge

Treasure of Galapagos First class Restaurant

Treasure of Galapagos Restaurant

Treasure of Galapagos First class Bar

Treasure of Galapagos Bar

 

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