Galápagos Legend

The magnificent Galápagos Legend Cruise is a first-class ship that can accommodate up to 100 guests on its over 18,000 square feet.

Its great comfort, places of entertainment, and service will make your trip an amazing experience over the enchanted Islands. It has a very warm atmosphere, and you have the opportunity to enjoy all its services such as the Spa, the Sauna & Jacuzzi, the Pool, the Mini-cinema onboard, a magnificent library, and exercise equipment for fitness.

The Galápagos Legend Cruise provides its customers with an Internet connection and phone services to be connected every time while enjoying the Islands. Almost all Galápagos Legend cabins have ocean views (just 2 cabins are interior). Whilst Balcony suites contain private balconies and panoramic windows, and Junior suites have three meters of the window to enjoy the spectacular scenery as you cruise.

The Galápagos Legend Cruise emphasizes a variety of comfortable outdoor spaces, fun onboard activities, and multiple off-ship excursions. Galápagos Legend small ship cruises bring luxury, quality, and service in a casual setting that is affordable, stable, and great for family travelers.

A 2017 renovation updated the vessel and brought renewed attention to her outdoor and common areas. She now boasts an impressive 6,600 square feet of open deck space, as well as a glass-bottom excursion boat and glass-bottom kayaks designed to gently engage with the Galápagos marine world. Pangas (inflatable skiffs) fitting 6-20 passengers each are aboard with comfortable, easy disembarkation, and each off-ship activity end with snacks and beverages.

During the days, you’ll be able to get out on foot and explore some natural habitats of the islands and observe the wildlife up close. And in the evenings, after a long day of extraordinary sights and experiences, passengers can enjoy a well-earned rest in the spa or relax around the pool and watch the landscape pass by

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Puerto Ayora, EC
10:45 am,
temperature icon 24°C
Humidity 78 %
Wind Gust: 10 mph

Tour Plan

  • Monday – Baltra Airport / Santa Cruz Island – Highlands Tortoise Reserve
  • Tuesday – Genovesa Island – El Barranco -Prince Philip’s Steps / Darwin Bay 
  • Wednesday – South Plaza Island / Santa Fe Island 
  • Thursday – Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach / Baltra Airport
  • Thursday – Baltra Airport / Mosquera Islet
  • Friday – Santiago Island – Egas Port / Rabida Island
  • Saturday – Isabela Island – Urbina Bay / Tagus Cove
  • Sunday – Fernandina Island – Espinoza Point / Isabela Island – Vicente Roca Point
  • Monday – Santa Cruz Island – Highlands Tortoise Reserve / Baltra Airport
  • Monday – Baltra Airport / North Seymour Island
  • Tuesday – Bartolome Island / Santiago Island – Sullivan Bay
  • Wednesday – San Cristóbal Island – Pitt Point – Pitt Islet / Witch Hill
  • Thursday – San Cristóbal Island – Cerro Colorado Tortoise Reserve – San Cristóbal Airport
  • Thursday – San Cristóbal airport / Interpretation Center & Frigatebird Hill
  • Friday – Española Island – Gardner Bay / Suarez Point
  • Saturday – Floreana Island – Post Office / Cormorant Point – Devil’s Crown
  • Sunday – Santa Cruz Island – Dragon Hill / Punta Bowditch
  • Monday – Santa Cruz Island – Highlands Tortoise Reserve / Baltra Airport
  • Monday – Baltra Airport / Black Turtle Cove -Santa Cruz Island
  • Tuesday – Genovesa Island – El Barranco -Prince Philip’s Steps / Darwin Bay 
  • Wednesday – South Plaza  Island / Santa Fe Island 
  • Thursday – Santa Cruz Island –  Bachas Beach & Charles Darwin Research Station / Mosquera Islet 
  • Friday – Santiago Island – Egas Port / Rabida Island 
  • Saturday – Isabela Island – Urbina Bay / Tagus Cove 
  • Sunday – Fernandina Island – Punta Espinosa / Isabela Island – Punta Vicente Roca
  • Monday – Santa Cruz Island – Highlands Tortoise Reserve / Baltra Airport
  • Thursday – Baltra Airport / Mosquera Islet 
  • Friday – Santiago Island – Egas Port / Rabida Island 
  • Saturday – Isabela Island – Urbina Bay / Tagus Cove 
  • Sunday – Fernandina Island – Espinosa Point / Isabela Island – Vicente Roca Point 
  • Monday – Santa Cruz Island – Highlands Tortoise Reserve & Charles Darwin Research Station/ North Seymour Island 
  • Tuesday – Bartolome Island / Santiago Island – Sullivan Bay 
  • Wednesday – San Cristóbal Island – Pitt Point – Pitt Islet / Witch Hill 
  • Thursday – San Cristóbal Island – Cerro Colorado reserve – San Cristóbal Airport 
  • Monday – Baltra Airport / North Seymour Island
  • Tuesday – Bartolome Island / Santiago Island – Sullivan Bay 
  • Wednesday – San Cristóbal Island – Pitt Point / Witch Hill 
  • Thursday – San Cristóbal Island – Cerro Colorado Tortoise Reserve / Interpretation Center & Frigatebird Hill 
  • Friday – Española Island – Gardner Bay / Punta Suarez 
  • Saturday – Floreana Island – Post Office / Punta Cormorant – Devil’s Crown
  • Sunday – Santa Cruz Island – Dragon Hill / Punta Bowditch 
  • Monday – Santa Cruz Island – Highlands Tortoise Reserve / Baltra Airport
  • Thursday – San Cristóbal Airport – Interpretation Center & Frigatebird Hill (San Cristóbal Island)
  • Friday – Española Island – Gardner Bay / Punta Suarez 
  • Saturday – Floreana Island – Post Office / Punta Cormorant – Devil’s Crown
  • Sunday – Santa Cruz Island – Dragon Hill / Punta Bowditch
  • Monday – Santa Cruz Island / Highlands Tortoise Reserve & Charles Darwin Research Station / Black Turtle Cove
  • Tuesday – Genovesa Island – El Barranco -Prince Philip’s Steps / Darwin Bay 
  • Wednesday – South Plaza Island / Santa Fe Island 
  • Thursday – Bachas Beach / Baltra Airport

Details

 Motor Vessel
 2016
289.25 ft (92 m)
50.19 ft (15 m)
 100 passengers
 60 crew members + 7 Naturalist Bilingual guides
 15 knots
 Monday and Thursday
Hiking, snorkeling, dinghy rides, swimming

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