With just 20 guest cabins, Yacht Isabela II convivial atmosphere leads to a fantastic Galapagos Islands cruise experience of this unique world. On board, guests find delicious cuisine, faultless service and excellent facilities, including a hot tub, fitness room, bar and outside deck for al fresco meals, drinks, and sunbathing.
Yacht Isabela II offers the perfect intimate space for exploring the Galapagos Islands in comfort. Traditionalists will enjoy feeling at home with a crew that has remained almost unchanged for years, leading to seamless attention to detail that will make your stay extra special.
Groups can expect top facilities and equipment, delicious meals, and safe and stimulating expert-planned expeditions on the islands. The average group is no more than 11-14 guests per naturalist guide. This average is even better than the National Park standards, which permit up to 16 guests per guide. Explore the coast with your guides on our pangas, glass-bottom boat or kayaks, or get wet and snorkel.
Activities to do: SN: Snorkelling – SW: Swimming – HK: Hiking – DR: Dinghy ride
*Please note: soft drinks are considered juices and carbonated drinks, not “virgin” cocktails.
**Note: internet connections onboard consists of 2 computer station in the business center and wifi in the yacht´s social areas; due to the Galapagos´ remote location, internet connections are intermittent and low bandwidth.
|Accommodation||On the Cabin Deck, you find 16 Classic Twin and 2 Classic Double cabins, as well as the 1 Standard Cabin, arrayed around corridors. On the Main Deck, you find the one Owner´s Cabin, perfectly located to the yacht´s social areas.|
|Crew||26 + 3 guide|
|Length||180 ft / 54.94 m|
|Beam||38 ft / 11.58 m|
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