Aida Maria

The Aida Maria offers a great combination of comfort, style, and economy for tours in the Galápagos and a capacity of 16 passengers.

Onboard, there is a spacious deck to enjoy the sunny Galápagos days. Each of the 8 double cabins has a private bathroom with hot showers, air conditioning, an ample external deck to enjoy sunny Galápagos days.

The Aida Maria started operating in the Galápagos Islands in 1997 offering cruises around the islands as a charter yacht as well as for individual travelers. Its design is based on efficiency and comfort, with ample social areas and 8 cabins providing optimum comfort for your experience exploring the Galápagos.

Aida Maria is one of the few yachts in the Galápagos Islands built entirely by hand with local wood, it is one of the most traditional and classic yachts in the Galápagos Islands, its owners are 100% local and have been offering tours in Galápagos since the 1960s.

The yacht takes 16 guests in double cabins with private facilities, A/C and hot water, and a desalinated having unlimited water. The comfort aboard its 8 double cabins located on three levels, 4 on the main level, 2 on the upper level, and 2 on the sundeck, each cabin has bunk beds, a private bathroom, and a shower with hot water.

You will be amazed by its passionate local crew and operator, balancing comfort and price We think Aida Maria gets the balance just right between affordable Galápagos cruising and having an enjoyable, comfortable and stylish experience.

Wonderful wildlife, Aida Maria’s owners have used their intimate knowledge of their home to design a range of superb itineraries for you to choose from. Aida Maria’s itineraries are among the most flexible in her class in terms of sites visited and length of Galápagos cruise – there are currently 6 different options you can take! 

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Puerto Ayora, EC
9:41 pm,
temperature icon 25°C
Humidity 96 %
Wind Gust: 3 mph

Piano di viaggio

  • Thursday – Baltra’s Airport / Santa Cruz Island – Highlands 
  • Friday – Floreana Island – Post office Bay – Cormorant Point – Devil’s Crown 
  • Saturday – Española Island – Suarez Point – Gardner Bay 
  • Sunday – San Cristobal Island – Lobos Island / San Cristobal’s Airport
  • Sunday – Baltra’s Airport / Santa Cruz Island – Las Bachas Beach 
  • Monday – Genovesa Island / – Darwin Bay – Prince Philips Steps 
  • Tuesday – Bartholomew Island / Santiago Island – Sullivan Bay 
  • Wednesday – Santa Cruz Island – Black Turtle Cove – Dragon Hill 
  • Thursday – Santa Cruz Island – Charles Darwin Station / Baltra’s Airport
  • Thursday – Baltra’s Airport / Santa Cruz Island – Highlands 
  • Friday – Floreana Island – Post office Bay – Cormorant Point – Devil’s Crown 
  • Saturday – Española Island – Suarez Point – Gardner Bay / Gardner Islet / Osborn Islet 
  • Sunday – San Cristóbal Island – Interpretation Center / Lobos Island
  • Monday – Santa Fe Island / South Plaza Island 
  • Tuesday – Santa Cruz Island – Charles Darwin Station / Baltra’s Airport
  • Tuesday – Baltra’s Airport / Santa Cruz Island – Highlands 
  • Wednesday – Isabela Island – Wetlands – Sierra Negra Volcano 
  • Thursday – Isabela Island – Moreno Point – Elizabeth Bay 
  • Friday – Fernandina Island – Espinoza Point / Isabela Island – Vicente Roca Point 
  • Saturday – Santiago Island – Egas Port / Rabida Island 
  • Sunday – Seymour North Island / Baltra’s Airport
  • Sunday – Baltra’s Airport / Santa Cruz Island – Las Bachas Beach 
  • Monday – Genovesa Island – Darwin Bay – Prince Philip’s Steps 
  • Tuesday – Bartolome Island / Santiago Island – Sullivan Bay 
  • Wednesday – Santa Cruz Island – Black Turtle Cove – Dragon Hill 
  • Thursday – Santa Cruz Island – Charles Darwin Station – Highlands 
  • Friday – Floreana Island – Post office Bay – Cormorant Point – Devil’s Crown 
  • Saturday – Española Island – Suarez Point – Gardner Bay 
  • Sunday – San Cristobal Island – Lobos Island – San Cristobal Airport
  • Sunday – San Cristobal’s Airport / Interpretation Center 
  • Monday – Santa Fe Island / South Plaza Island 
  • Tuesday – Santa Cruz Island – Charles Darwin Station-Highlands 
  • Wednesday – Isabela Island – Sierra Negra Volcano – Wetlands 
  • Thursday – Isabela Island – Moreno Point – Elizabeth Bay 
  • Friday – Fernandina Island – Espinoza Point / Isabela Island – Vicente Roca Point 
  • Saturday – Santiago Island – Egas Port / Rabida Island 
  • Sunday – Seymour North Island / Baltra’s Airport

Details

Type:  Motor Yacht
Renovated:  N/A
Length:  70.01 ft. (21.34 m)
Beam:  N/A
Capacity:  16 passengers
Crew:  8 crew members + 1 Naturalist bilingual guide
Speed:  9 knots
Departure:  Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday
Activities:  Hikes, Snorkeling, Dinghy Rides, Swimming

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