Santa Cruz II
Conceived for operations in remote areas, this state-of-the-art expedition vessel evinces the perfect infrastructure for Galapagos exploration. Carrying its crew’s heritage of decades of experience working in the islands and just over 70 meters long, the generous, five-deck craft holds 50 cabins for 90 guests and features ample, luxury-sized social areas indoors and out that allow guests to make the most of their Galapagos cruise experience.
Class: Luxury Class
Cabins: 43 double Explorer Cabins that can be converted into twin and matrimonial cabins, 2 triple Explorer Family Cabins, 2 single Voyager Cabins and 3 Darwin Suites. Many cabins can be connected for traveling families or groups. All cabins with private bathroom, hot water and air-conditioning.
Features: Restaurant, bar, lounge areas, library, terrace, sundeck, jacuzzi, fitness room, gift shop
Departures: Monday, Thursday & Friday
|Itinerary Northern Islands – 5D/4N (Monday to Friday)|
|Monday||AM Baltra airport|
|PM Las Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz)|
|Tuesday||AM Buccaneer Cove (Santiago)|
|PM Puerto Egas (Santiago)|
|Wednesday||AM Red Beach (Rabida)|
|Thursday||AM Prince Phillip’s Steps (Genovesa)|
|PM Darwin Bay (Genovesa)|
|Friday||AM Tortoise Reserve|
|PM Baltra airport|
This is a Shared Tour / Group Tour. This means that there will be other people on this cruise besides yourself (or your travel party).
You will be picked up from the airport on Galapagos. Depending on the exact itinerary you will have to fly into Baltra airport (GPS) or San Cristobal airport (SCY) on the first day of the cruise.
In most cases the cruise operator will arrange your flights (between the Ecuadorian mainland and the Galapagos) for you. In case you buy your own flights, a penalty fee may apply, unless stated otherwise by the cruise operator. You can read more about this in our Frequently Asked Questions about Galapagos.