Treasure of Galapagos

Treasure of Galapagos, Galapagos Cruise Ship

Overview

Specially designed for first-class cruising, the Treasure of Galapagos is a stable, broad-beamed vessel with the comfort of a floating hotel. On this 101-foot motorized catamaran, every cabin comes with a floor-to-ceiling window opening onto a private balcony—meaning you won’t miss a moment as you explore this enchanted archipelago.

The Treasure of Galapagos comes equipped with everything to make your island adventure memorable. Snorkeling gear, Zodiac dinghies, an expert naturalist to provide insights into the archipelago’s fauna: the crew has fully outfitted the vessel so as to maximize your encounter with this stunning ecosystem. Add to that the personalized attention from the hospitable staff, and you have an experience that is simply unparalleled.

Cabins

The Treasure of Galapagos is equipped with nine cabins distributed between two decks, each with a different combination of single, queen, and double beds. In each cabin, you’ll find a private bath, individual air-conditioning, stylish décor, and panoramic windows with private terraces. For those desiring additional space, a master suite is also available, with a full living room and two outdoor balconies.

Common Areas

The Treasure of Galapagos offers both indoor and outdoor common areas. The former include an air-conditioned lounge, a dining room featuring Ecuadoran and international cuisine, a full bar, and a salon with DVD library and books about the Galapagos’ endemic species. The outdoor areas, by contrast, include a solarium with open and shaded sections, a patio with a grill for barbecues, and an outdoor Jacuzzi.

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Treasure of Galapagos Main Deck

Main Deck

Treasure of Galapagos Upper Deck

Upper Deck

Treasure of Galapagos Sun Deck

Sun Deck

Ship Info

TypeFirst Class Catamaran
Length101 feet
Passengers16
Crew11
Year Built2009, Refurbished 2017
Beam36.75 feet
Cruising Speed9 Knots

Other Galapagos Cruise Ships

Galapagos Legend / Santa Cruz II / La Pinta / Isabela II / Coral I & II / Galapagos Sea Star Journey / Camila / Galapagos Seaman Journey

Ecuador Travel Guide

Ecuador Tours & Travel / Galapagos Tours & Cruises / Galapagos & Machu Picchu Tours / Ecuador FAQ / Ecuador Weather / Ecuador Accommodations / Galapagos FAQ / Galapagos Weather / Galapagos Accommodations / Top Galapagos Activities by Land or by Sea / Galapagos Wildlife Calendar / Galapagos Packing List / Ecuador Blog Posts / Galapagos Blog Posts / Galapagos Islands Map

Top Ecuador Travel Destinations

Baños / Cuenca / Guayaquil / Otavalo / Quito / The Ecuadorian Amazon / The Galapagos Islands

The Main Galapagos Islands and Visitor Sites

Baltra Island / Bartolomé Island / Chinese Hat Islet / Eden Islet / Española Island / Fernandina Island / Floreana Island / Genovesa Island / Isabela Island / Mosquera Islet / North Seymour Island / Rábida Island / San Cristóbal Island / Santa Cruz Island / Santa Fe Island / Santiago Island / South Plaza Island

Galapagos Wildlife: 15 Iconic Species

American Flamingo / Blue-Footed Booby / Flightless Cormorant / Frigatebirds: Great and Magnificent / Galapagos Fur Seal / Galapagos Giant Tortoise / Galapagos Hawk / Galapagos Penguin / Galapagos Sea Lion / Land Iguana / Marine Iguana / Nazca Booby / Red-Footed Booby / Santa Fe Land Iguana / Waved Albatross

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