Galapagos Sailing Yachts

Welcome to our guide to what we consider to be the best sailing yachts in the Galapagos, all of which come with expert natural history guides trained by the Charles Darwin Research Station. This table provides an introduction only. For further details about each yacht, itineraries and maps, please click on the image.

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For most up to date prices, dates available and any late offers, please contact us either by phone, email or Contact Form. An Aqua-Firma expert will be on hand to help you get the most from a visit to the Galapagos, as well as elsewhere in Ecuador or other parts of Latin America if you have time.

All of our prices are based upon the point you land Quito (or Guayaquil) and include all transfers, flights to and from the Galapagos, 3 nights hotel accommodation in Quito, expert guidance, full board onboard and breakfasts on mainland Ecuador. We can also quote you for international flights from many countries if you wish.

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Note below prices include: Return flights Quito or Guayaquil to Galapagos, 3 nights in boutique hotel in Quito or Guayaquil with breakfast & all transfers.
 

Beagle is a handsome staysail ketch offering excellent viewing from on deck and from inside her spacious pilot house. Her long bow sprit is an ideal vantage point to observe dolphins riding beneath her bow.  With a capacity of 13 passengers, she is ideally suited to families, special interest groups and private parties. She has seven well fitted air conditioned en-suite cabins.  Her wide teak decks and relaxing seating areas are ideal for sunbathing, while shady nooks offer the perfect spot to relax and partake in a spot of birdwatching.
Mary Anne is probably the most attractive tall ship in the Galapagos, offering an exhilarating sailing experience. She is one of the only ships on which guests have the opportunity to participate in the hoisting of sails.  She has three open decks with plenty of seating from which to observe the islands and search for wildlife.  She has 10 well-fitted air conditioned cabins with private en-suite facilities, with the unique option of staying in a single occupancy cabin, but without having to pay an additional surcharge. Guests can unwind in the elegant wood-paneled salon or make use of the onboard library.
Nemo II is an elegant sailing catamaran, providing en-suite cabins for up to 14 guests.  With plentiful wide open deck space and sun loungers, this is a very sociable sailing environment to be a part of.  There are kayaks onboard for guests to use - a fantastic way to gain an alternative perspective of your surrounds and get that little bit closer to wildlife and marine life. When weather conditions are favourable, every effort will be made to raise the sails, turn off the engine and to sit back and let the wind carry you and navigate you silently through one the world's natural wonders.

 

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