Renovated in 2008, the Galapagos Cruise Blue Spirit has been sailing through the Galapagos Islands for several years and enjoys great popularity with experienced divers. It offers travellers a choice of four-, five-and eight-day cruises through the archipelago. The exciting itineraries include snorkelling at the most gorgeous spots of the Galapagos Archipelago, kayaking among Galapagos Turtles, and hiking in this incredible sanctuary. Activities are varied and set at the right pace, covering the most beautiful islands and attractions in the Galapagos archipelago.
The Blue Spirit has a total of 10 cabins for 16 passengers and offers a variety of accommodations. For those who are prone to seasickness, we recommend the lower deck, as the boat does not sway as much as in the upper deck. You can choose between single, double, twin, or triple cabins. All rooms have a private bathroom, air conditioning, and a safe. In addition, you can make use of the spacious public areas such as the sun deck, the outdoor lounge, and the dining area for relaxation. The Galapagos cruise Blue Spirit also has a small library and a bar on board.
Guests of this cruise will experience the Galapagos Islands up close and can look forward to many memorable encounters. Among others, you might see Marine Iguanas, Frigate Birds, Blue-, Red-footed boobies, Sea Lions, Giant Tortoises, and many more. With the Galapagos Cruise Blue Spirit, you can look forward to a journey full of new experiences and fun. The crew of 8 will fulfil your needs and make this a journey you will never forget.
In addition to various excursions on land, you also have the opportunity to experience the underwater world in the Galapagos aboard the Galapagos dive cruise Blue Spirit.
At a glance
- Capacity: 16 Passengers, 10 Cabins
- 1 Multilingual guide
- Built in 2001 and renovated in 2008
- 8 Crew members
- Length: 31,5 m / 104 ft.
- Speed: 11 Knots
- Upper deck – 2 double & 2 twin cabins
- Lower deck – 2 tripple cabins with bunk bed & 4 twin cabins
- Private bathroom
- Sheltered oudoor lounge
- Observation deck
- Small library
- Lounge with Bar
- Airport assistance
- Transfers in Galapagos
- Accommodation in cabin
- All meals during the cruise
- Naturalist Bilingual Guide
- All excursions according to the itinerary
- Non-alcoholic beverages, coffee and tea
- All meals and snacks
- Return flight to Galapagos
- Galapagos Nationalpark Entrance Fee (USD 100)
- Galapagos Transit Control Card (USD 20)
- Alcoholic Beverages
- Personal expenses and tips
- Local Taxes
- Snorkeling gear
- Wetsuits (to rent)
- Camera equipment