Cormorant

  • Exterior View

    Cormorant | Exterior View
  • Standard Cabin

    Cormorant | Standard Cabin
  • Standard Cabin Balcony

    Cormorant | Standard Cabin Balcony
  • Standard Cabin Bathroom

    Cormorant | Standard Cabin Bathroom
  • Suite

    Cormorant | Suite
  • Suite

    Cormorant | Suite
  • Suite Balcony

    Cormorant | Suite Balcony
  • Suite Bathroom

    Cormorant | Suite Bathroom
  • Dining Room

    Cormorant | Dining Room
  • Al Fresco Dining Area

    Cormorant | Al Fresco Dining Area
  • Lounge

    Cormorant | Lounge
  • Sun Deck

    Cormorant | Sun Deck


Class: First Class

Passengers: 16

Activities: Snorkeling & Sea Kayaking


The 108-foot Cormorant is a recent addition to one of the most up-to-date catamaran fleets in the Galapagos. With itineraries that range from four-day jaunts to 15-day mega-cruises, this catamaran offers options for every type of traveler.

The Cormorant is designed to maximize its guests’ comfort and safety. Accommodating 16 passengers in eight cabins, it offers modern decor, gorgeous indoor and outdoor public areas, and an 11-man crew that teaches snorkeling and kayaking—as well as a deep understanding of one of the world’s most unusual ecosystems.

Cabins

When you book your space on the Cormorant, you’ll choose between single and double staterooms, as well as two expansive suites for more luxurious living. Each cabin features one queen or two twin beds, private bath with hot and cold water, plasma TV, and individual climate control for your comfort.

The Galapagos are all about spectacular views, and every stateroom boasts panoramic picture windows to allow you to see the tortoises and boobies as they pass. Or if the weather is right, sit out in a wicker chair on your private balcony to enjoy the sun.

Common Areas

The catamaran is also full of decks and salons to allow you to get to know your fellow travelers. The al fresco dining area is the perfect setting to enjoy succulent barbecue while watching the sunset, while the Jacuzzi surrounded by colorful beach chairs affords a perfect blend of sun and shade.

The Cormorant offers other amenities as well. An on-board library allows you to learn about the Galapagos’ unique ecosystem, while talks by the resident naturalist promote awareness of the islands’ special history. And in the evening, when you want to celebrate, you can do so in style in the vessel’s elegant lounge. A perfect balance between small-vessel intimacy and big-ship comfort.

Itinerary Maps

 

Cormorant - 4 Day Itinerary

4 D/3 N (Wed-Sat) Itinerary

Cormorant - 5 Day Itinerary

5 D/4 N (Sat-Wed) Itinerary

Cormorant - 8 Day A Itinerary

8 D/7 N (Sat-Sat) “A” Itinerary

Cormorant - 8 Day B Itinerary

8 D/7 N (Sat-Sat) “B” Itinerary

Cormorant - 15 Day Itinerary

15 D/14 N (Sat-Sat) “B” Itinerary

Deck Plan and Technical Specifications

 

Cormorant Deck Plan


Year Built 2011
Type of Vessel Motor Catamaran
Length 108 Feet / 33 Meters
Beam 39 Feet / 12 Meters
Draft 5 Feet / 1.40 Meters
Capacity 16 Passengers
Main Engines Cummins QSM 11 / 400 HP @ 2100 RPM
Max Speed 14 Knots
Water Maker 2000 Gallons/Day
Crew 9 Crew Members + 1 Guide
Safety and Navigation All equipment meets or exceeds the international SOLAS standard:
2x 20 man life raft
Navtex
2 GPS
Depth Sounder
2 Naval Radars
Fire detection and prevention systems

Tours Featuring the Cormorant

 

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