Galapagos Odyssey

  • Exterior View

    Galapagos Odyssey | Exterior View
  • Exterior View

    Galapagos Odyssey | Exterior View
  • Twin Cabin

    Galapagos Odyssey |Twin Cabin
  • Upper Deck Twin Cabin

    Galapagos Odyssey | Upper Deck Twin Cabin
  • Matrimonial Cabin

    Galapagos Odyssey | Matrimonial Cabin
  • Dining Room

    Galapagos Odyssey | Dining Room
  • Buffet

    Galapagos Odyssey | Buffet
  • Lounge

    Galapagos Odyssey | Lounge
  • Lounge

    Galapagos Odyssey | Lounge
  • Bar

    Galapagos Odyssey | Bar
  • Bridge

    Galapagos Odyssey | Bridge
  • Sun Deck

    Galapagos Odyssey | Sun Deck
  • Jacuzzi

    Galapagos Odyssey | Jacuzzi
  • Sea Kayaking

    Galapagos Odyssey | Sea Kayaking


Class: First Class

Passengers: 16

Activities: Snorkeling & Sea Kayaking


If you’re looking for an intimate way to explore the most exotic and pristine islands in the Galapagos, this 10-cabin yacht is for you. Unlike some cruise ships, which offer hurried tours of only the most-visited tourist spots, the Galapagos Odyssey takes you to the remote fringes of the archipelago, where you’ll see the Galapagos penguins and red-footed boobies visible nowhere else on earth.

The Galapagos Odyssey is a 135-foot cruise vessel that was fully refurbished in 2014. Its triple decks include a spacious sun terrace and shaded areas for cooling off after an excursion on shore, as well as an open-air dining nook. Best of all, though, the 10-person crew includes expert naturalists to help you identify the unique species you’ll see all around you, as you embark on your adventure into these truly enchanted islands.

Cabins

Passengers can choose from twin or matrimonial cabins, on either the main or upper deck. With an average size of 220 square feet, these cabins are like comfortable hotel rooms, complete with individual bathrooms and climate control, showers, and large windows that can be opened from within. Sofas and mini-bars are also standard.

Common Areas

The Galapagos Odyssey’s comfort begins on the sun deck, where comfortable loungers and a full Jacuzzi allow you to enjoy the warm weather. These open spaces are complemented by two shaded patios, with poolside bars for enjoying your favorite mixed drinks. Add to this the dining room and lounge serving gourmet cuisine, and the open reception area in the ship’s stern, and you have an elegant way to explore the farthest reaches of South America’s most iconic wildlife destination.

Itinerary Maps

 

Galapagos Odyssey - 5D 4N B Itinerary

“B” Itinerary 5 D/4 N (Sun-Thu)

Galapagos Odyssey - 6D 5N A Itinerary

“A” Itinerary 6 D/5 N (Tue-Sun)

Galapagos Odyssey - 6D 5N C Itinerary

“C” Itinerary 6 D/5 N (Thu-Tue)

Deck Plan and Technical Specifications

 

Galapagos Odyssey Deck Plan


Lower Deck: One cabin with a queen size bed, which can be used for single occupancy or tour leaders.
Main Deck: Four cabins, 2 twin cabins & 2 matrimonial cabins. The main deck also gives room to a spacious lounge, chic dining area, bar and library as well as an impressive, shaded terrace for al-fresco dining.
Upper Deck: Four twin cabins. On the upper deck you can also find an outdoor bar with shaded terrace.
Sun Deck: On this deck you will find the Jacuzzi and a shaded area with comfortable loungers, as well as a spacious area for sunbathing.

Year Built 2005, Renovated 2008
Passengers 16
Crew Members 10 Crew Members, 1 Naturalist Guide
Type of Vessel Motor Yacht
Length 131 Feet / 40 Meters
Beam 26 Feet / 8.07 Meters
Speed 12 Knots
Water Capacity 10,000 Gallons
Navigation 1 Satellite Compass, 2 Magnetic Compasses
Tender 2 Zodiacs CARIBE C-16
Life Rafts 1 CARIBE for 25 people, 1 CARIBE for 10 people

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