Home Special offers Newsletter About us Ships Responsible tourism Small ship cruise collection on facebook Small ship cruise collection on twitter
The Small Cruise Ship Collection

Trip Finder

Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I)

Our 3 nights eastern route heads first to the little-frequented Pitt Point, the easternmost point of the archipelago and only site where blue-footed, red-footed and Nazca boobies gather together. It returns through extraordinary Santa Fe and the popular, really not to be missed highlight South Plaza (both with land iguanas and giant cactus trees). Your visit to the Charles Darwin Research Station will be a nice introduction to this cruise, while it is concluded in the evergreen mangles of Black Turtle Cove on the north coast of Santa Cruz.

Please Note: Christmas net surcharges: Dec 21-27: USD 300 pp; Dec 24-27: USD 200 pp; Dec 24-31: USD 350 pp; Dec 27-31: USD 250 pp. New Year net surcharges: Dec 31-Jan 4 USD 250 pp; Dec 31-Jan 7: USD 350 pp; Jan 4-7: USD 200 pp.
08 December, 2017 to 11 December, 2017 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 08 December, 2017

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1193 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
22 December, 2017 to 25 December, 2017 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 22 December, 2017

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1193 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
05 January, 2018 to 08 January, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 05 January, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
19 January, 2018 to 22 January, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 19 January, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
02 February, 2018 to 05 February, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 02 February, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
16 February, 2018 to 19 February, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 16 February, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
02 March, 2018 to 05 March, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 02 March, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
16 March, 2018 to 19 March, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 16 March, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
30 March, 2018 to 02 April, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 30 March, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
13 April, 2018 to 16 April, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 13 April, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
27 April, 2018 to 30 April, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 27 April, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
11 May, 2018 to 14 May, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 11 May, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
25 May, 2018 to 28 May, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 25 May, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
08 June, 2018 to 11 June, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 08 June, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
22 June, 2018 to 25 June, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 22 June, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
06 July, 2018 to 09 July, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 06 July, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
20 July, 2018 to 23 July, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 20 July, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
03 August, 2018 to 06 August, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 03 August, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
17 August, 2018 to 20 August, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 17 August, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
31 August, 2018 to 03 September, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 31 August, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
14 September, 2018 to 17 September, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 14 September, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
28 September, 2018 to 01 October, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 28 September, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
12 October, 2018 to 15 October, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 12 October, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
26 October, 2018 to 29 October, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 26 October, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
09 November, 2018 to 12 November, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 09 November, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
23 November, 2018 to 26 November, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 23 November, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
07 December, 2018 to 10 December, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 07 December, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo
21 December, 2018 to 24 December, 2018 Make a booking request for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I), departing on 21 December, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Twin Cabin £ 1228 GBP pp (+ National Park Fees & Transit Card 120 USD pp)
All 8 twin cabins are located within both hulls of the catamaran and have a private bathroom (hot/cold water, hand shower and toilet), privately controlled air conditioning, as well as a fan. In every cabin are 110V US-style connectors to charge batteries or connect other electronic equipment. You enter your cabin from the main deck through a multifunctional hatch and a marine staircase (stainless steel with teak; cabins 5 & 6 have a fiber steps instead). Some inside space has been gained thanks to the inventive entrance, hence there are no doors that need swinging space. The hatch has a skylight window that lets-in natural daylight and fresh air as well. Each cabin also has on average three portholes in the hull as well, and there is good lighting. Because the hulls have a hydrodynamic shape, just opposite cabins can be equal, offering most space in the center (these are the cabins with the fiber steps). Smart interior designers made intelligently use of the limited amount of space. The cabins are extremely stable because these are located at sea level, and the width of the catamaran prevents rolling. The cabins may be somewhat narrow, but in daily practice you only take a shower and sleep here. Day time is planned full with island visits, having meals and other adventures; and there are no better places for relaxing and socializing than the excellent social areas with their nice views and pure sea breeze!
view cabin photo

Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I) itinerary:

show reverse itinerary
Day 1 – Friday Arrival at Baltra Airport & Charles Darwin Station, Santa Cruz Island
AM: Arrival at Baltra Airport Upon arrival at Baltra Airport, you will first pass through an airport inspection point where your TCT (Transit Control Card) will be checked and stamped (please keep this carefully with your passport as you will need to show it again when you leave Galapagos). Here you will also pay the Galapagos National Park entrance fee of USD 100 (unless it has been prepaid). To ensure that no foreign plants or animals are introduced to the islands, your luggage will be inspected as well. At the arrival hall a naturalist guide will meet you and escort you on a short bus ride to the harbor at Baltra. By dinghy you will be taken to the yacht. PM: Charles Darwin Station, Santa Cruz Island Although the great majority of Galapagos visitors come here to observe and appreciate natural wonders, it is also interesting to learn how the protection and conservation of the islands are carried out. The Breeding and Rearing area of the scientific center are definitely a worthwhile visit.
Day 2 – Saturday Punta Pitt & Urbina Bay, PM: Cerro Brujo (San Cristobal)
AM: Punta Pitt ( San Cristobal) At the far eastern end of San Cristóbal is Punta Pitt. Disembarking onto the small beach, visitors are confronted by the strong stench and cacophony of barking sea lions. This is a bachelor colony, and most are exhausted from fighting and mating. A steep gully leads up the cliff to a breeding ground for Boobies of all three varieties: Red-footed, Blue-footed and Nazca. It’s the only place in the Galapagos where you can see all three species nesting together. Two species of frigatebirds are also present, as are Swallow-tailed Gulls and Storm Petrels. The view of sea lions from the top of the cliff over the beach is magnificent, as are the contours of the barren, wind-eroded peaks of the island. The trail across the Punta Pitt site offers a closer look at the hardy vegetation that manages to thrive in this volcanic wasteland. From Saltbush and spiny shrubs next to the beach the trail leads up to an area of Palo Santo trees, big yellow-green shrubs, tiny cacti and, in the dry season, carpets of red Vesuvius. PM: Urbina Bay, PM: Cerro Brujo (San Cristobal) The primary attraction of this site is the coral sand beach. It is an excellent place to swim and snorkel. Cerro Brujo is the remains of a tuff cone. It is one of the first sites visited by Charles Darwin. Captain Fitzroy climbed to the top of the hill to scout out reefs. It has an impressive landscape, where it is often possible to see coastal and migratory birds, including pelicans, Blue-footed Boobies, and Swallow-tailed Gulls, as well as sea lions and marine iguanas. At times the lagoon is completely dry and deposits of salt may be found in the bottom. The people of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno used to use the lagoon as a salt mine.
Day 3 – Sunday Santa Fe & Plazas
AM: Santa Fe Located in the southeastern part of the Galapagos, this island was formed from an uplift, which explains why it is mostly flat. There are some theories which assure this could be the oldest island in the Archipelago. Santa Fe is the home of a number of endemic species like the Galapagos Hawk, Galapagos snake, Galapagos mockingbird, rice rats and one of the two species of lands Iguanas of the islands. After disembarkation in the beautiful and clear waters you will be in contact with one of the many sea lion colonies. Along the trail many salt bushes can be seen as well as giant prickly pear cactus. There are great possibilities of snorkeling with playful sea lions and tropical fishes. PM: Plazas South Plazas is located at the east of Santa Cruz Island, and forms part of two islands known as Islas Plazas. Despite its small size, some of the most interesting and outstanding species of the Galapagos are found here. The Plazas land iguanas are smaller than its relatives found on other islands. Throughout the island there are several hybrid iguanas, a result of crossing a male marine iguana and a female land iguana, they are unique, recognizable at first glance by their black/gray color, with a land iguana’s crest, but face and tail of the marine iguana. The big population of iguanas is due to the presence of tunas, their favorite food. Swallow Tailed Gulls nesting in the rugged cliffs are seen along with other sea birds as: Audubon shearwaters, red-billed tropicbirds, frigate birds and brown pelicans.
Day 4 – Monday Black Turtle Cove (Santa Cruz)
AM: Black Turtle Cove (Santa Cruz) This little cove is located at the northern side of Santa Cruz Island, this is a red mangrove lagoon very calm and quiet which makes it an ideal place as nursery for many sharks and rays. Its crystal waters permits to observe large groups of white-tip reef, black tipped reef and hammer heads sharks, schools of golden rays and spotted eagle rays. There are no landing sites so the visit is done by zodiac. Sea turtles are frequently seen and sometimes they are seen mating in the mangrove-lined waters. Pelicans and Herons are also seen in this area. Transfer to Baltra airport for your flight back to Guayaquil or Quito.
Please Note:
Itinerary is subject to change in case of force majeure caused by exceptional and natural circumstances. Approximate departure and navigation times are just indicative and depend on the sea state and decisions of the captain. Although Galapagos seldom requires quests for wildlife, observation of specific species can never be guaranteed.

Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I) reverse itinerary:

show main itinerary
Please Note: *
Itinerary is subject to change in case of force majeure caused by exceptional and natural circumstances. Approximate departure and navigation times are just indicative and depend on the sea state and decisions of the captain. Although Galapagos seldom requires quests for wildlife, observation of specific species can never be guaranteed.
Day 4 – Monday Black Turtle Cove (Santa Cruz) *
AM: Black Turtle Cove (Santa Cruz) This little cove is located at the northern side of Santa Cruz Island, this is a red mangrove lagoon very calm and quiet which makes it an ideal place as nursery for many sharks and rays. Its crystal waters permits to observe large groups of white-tip reef, black tipped reef and hammer heads sharks, schools of golden rays and spotted eagle rays. There are no landing sites so the visit is done by zodiac. Sea turtles are frequently seen and sometimes they are seen mating in the mangrove-lined waters. Pelicans and Herons are also seen in this area. Transfer to Baltra airport for your flight back to Guayaquil or Quito.
Day 3 – Sunday Santa Fe & Plazas *
AM: Santa Fe Located in the southeastern part of the Galapagos, this island was formed from an uplift, which explains why it is mostly flat. There are some theories which assure this could be the oldest island in the Archipelago. Santa Fe is the home of a number of endemic species like the Galapagos Hawk, Galapagos snake, Galapagos mockingbird, rice rats and one of the two species of lands Iguanas of the islands. After disembarkation in the beautiful and clear waters you will be in contact with one of the many sea lion colonies. Along the trail many salt bushes can be seen as well as giant prickly pear cactus. There are great possibilities of snorkeling with playful sea lions and tropical fishes. PM: Plazas South Plazas is located at the east of Santa Cruz Island, and forms part of two islands known as Islas Plazas. Despite its small size, some of the most interesting and outstanding species of the Galapagos are found here. The Plazas land iguanas are smaller than its relatives found on other islands. Throughout the island there are several hybrid iguanas, a result of crossing a male marine iguana and a female land iguana, they are unique, recognizable at first glance by their black/gray color, with a land iguana’s crest, but face and tail of the marine iguana. The big population of iguanas is due to the presence of tunas, their favorite food. Swallow Tailed Gulls nesting in the rugged cliffs are seen along with other sea birds as: Audubon shearwaters, red-billed tropicbirds, frigate birds and brown pelicans.
Day 2 – Saturday Punta Pitt & Urbina Bay, PM: Cerro Brujo (San Cristobal) *
AM: Punta Pitt ( San Cristobal) At the far eastern end of San Cristóbal is Punta Pitt. Disembarking onto the small beach, visitors are confronted by the strong stench and cacophony of barking sea lions. This is a bachelor colony, and most are exhausted from fighting and mating. A steep gully leads up the cliff to a breeding ground for Boobies of all three varieties: Red-footed, Blue-footed and Nazca. It’s the only place in the Galapagos where you can see all three species nesting together. Two species of frigatebirds are also present, as are Swallow-tailed Gulls and Storm Petrels. The view of sea lions from the top of the cliff over the beach is magnificent, as are the contours of the barren, wind-eroded peaks of the island. The trail across the Punta Pitt site offers a closer look at the hardy vegetation that manages to thrive in this volcanic wasteland. From Saltbush and spiny shrubs next to the beach the trail leads up to an area of Palo Santo trees, big yellow-green shrubs, tiny cacti and, in the dry season, carpets of red Vesuvius. PM: Urbina Bay, PM: Cerro Brujo (San Cristobal) The primary attraction of this site is the coral sand beach. It is an excellent place to swim and snorkel. Cerro Brujo is the remains of a tuff cone. It is one of the first sites visited by Charles Darwin. Captain Fitzroy climbed to the top of the hill to scout out reefs. It has an impressive landscape, where it is often possible to see coastal and migratory birds, including pelicans, Blue-footed Boobies, and Swallow-tailed Gulls, as well as sea lions and marine iguanas. At times the lagoon is completely dry and deposits of salt may be found in the bottom. The people of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno used to use the lagoon as a salt mine.
Day 1 – Friday Arrival at Baltra Airport & Charles Darwin Station, Santa Cruz Island *
AM: Arrival at Baltra Airport Upon arrival at Baltra Airport, you will first pass through an airport inspection point where your TCT (Transit Control Card) will be checked and stamped (please keep this carefully with your passport as you will need to show it again when you leave Galapagos). Here you will also pay the Galapagos National Park entrance fee of USD 100 (unless it has been prepaid). To ensure that no foreign plants or animals are introduced to the islands, your luggage will be inspected as well. At the arrival hall a naturalist guide will meet you and escort you on a short bus ride to the harbor at Baltra. By dinghy you will be taken to the yacht. PM: Charles Darwin Station, Santa Cruz Island Although the great majority of Galapagos visitors come here to observe and appreciate natural wonders, it is also interesting to learn how the protection and conservation of the islands are carried out. The Breeding and Rearing area of the scientific center are definitely a worthwhile visit.
* = Indicative
Map for Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I)
Nemo I , the ship servicing Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I)

Nemo I

Vessel Type: Motor Sail Catamaran

Length: 25m

Passenger Capacity: 14

Built:

The Nemo I catamaran has capacity for 14 passengers offering an intimate cruising experience in the Galapagos Archipelago. The vessel was designed and built in France by Dufour & Sparks.

The Nemo I offers open deck social areas that allow you to enjoy the view. Meals are served in the indoor and outdoor dining areas. When weather conditions permit it is possible to turn off the engines and raise the sails, navigating silently through one the world's natural wonders!

The itinerary alternates each week so be sure to check with our sales staff which will be running for your dates of travel, we particularly love Itinerary A which visits the best of the western islands as well as the amazing birdlife at Genovesa in the north.

  • Number of cabins: 7 cabins in total: 2 double bed cabins (matrimonial), 4 bunks with double lower / single on top, 1 bunk with both single beds
  • Private bathroom: yes

• Guided hikes during island visits

• Dinghy-rides (in an inflatable dinghy, ‘Zodiac’ or ‘panga’)

• Snorkelling & swimming

• Sea-kayaking

• Visit to a Galapagos giant tortoise breeding project, visitor’s Centre & interpretative botanic trail

• Time for relaxing and realizing on which unique place you have ended up
Enquire now about Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I)

Travel on the Nemo I

You may be interested in...


Galapagos Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I)
Our 7 nights eastern itinerary visits most popular sites of southern and eastern Galapagos, where you will keep going from one surprise in the other. This route combines the spectacular ......click here to read more.

Galapagos 5 Day Cruise Itinerary B (Nemo I)
Our 5 days itinerary combines the incredible shark canal out off the coast of Isabela with best flamingo lagoons of Galapagos, and spectacular snorkeling around Devil’s Crown. The albatross and ......click here to read more.

Galapagos 4 Day Cruise Itinerary A (Nemo I)
Our 3 nights northern route enables you to combine the sea bird colonies of North Seymour and exclusive Genovesa with spectacular volcano islets Bartolome and Chinese Hat, where you will ......click here to read more.