Set sail on the Endemic Galapagos Cruise and explore this remote and fascinating corner of the globe. The unique wildlife and wonder of the famed Galapagos Islands are within easy reach aboard this luxury vessel.
The Endemic Galapagos Cruise is a yacht suited for 16 passengers. Discover the far-flung archipelago in comfort and style on four- to eight-day itineraries. Top-notch crew members make your journey enjoyable, and expert naturalist guides help you to further understand the flora, fauna, and wildlife of the Galapagos Islands.
Eight Golden Panoramic Suites are stylish and comfortable, with four each found on the main deck and upper deck. Each space can be configured with a king bed or two twin beds, making it easy to accommodate a variety of parties. Neutral woods and crisp white linens keep the palette neutral, allowing the colors of the Galapagos to be the focus. Grab a front-row seat to the spectacular vistas from your private balcony. Freshen up in the private bathroom with a freestanding shower.
On the Sky Deck, dine on delectable meals prepared with the freshest ingredients by the chef. This al fresco space features a barbecue station, Jacuzzi, sun chairs, and comfortable seating.
The underwater world of the Galapagos is brimming with life. Rays gracefully glide through the deeps and turtles flap their arms and legs along as a school of fish dart by. Sea lions dive and swim, leaving frothy bubbles behind. Dolphins skip and jump through the surf. Dip in for snorkeling near the majestic Kicker Rock to see the spectacle.
On land, the wildlife is equally as stunning. See flightless cormorants on the shores, red-throated frigate birds soaring above, and busy colonies of marine iguanas. Large, elusive land iguanas meander through green grass and lounge on cool rocks. Vibrant pink flamingos wade around Floreana Island, just a few of the colorful characters to be seen.
Mother Nature’s gifts are easy to explore from the lap of luxury of the Endemic Galapagos Cruise. A journey on this intimate catamaran reveals the remote, isolated, and extremely fascinating corner of the globe in such detail; you will see why the explorers of the past made the journey to its shores.Request Information