Nave da crociera Monserrat

Monserrat Cruise is named after the Virgin of Montserrat, the patroness of Catalonia in Spain and for centuries, sailors worldwide have adopted her as their loyal companion and have revered her as their protector through their journeys at sea.

The Monserrat cruise proudly carries its name as an amulet for both Galápagos’ sailors and guests. This cruise creates the perfect setting for an unforgettable experience on the enchanted islands.

Newly refurbished in 2007, the Monserrat cruise is a beautiful vessel designed to complement an unforgettable excursion to the Galápagos Islands. Guests are comfortably accommodated in eight fully air-conditioned double cabins with low beds, and private bathrooms which have hot and cold water options and glass shower doors.

Elegance and attention to detail are on display in fine carpeting, wood-paneled interiors, original paintings, and granite surfaces.

The Monserrat’s ample social areas include a lounge with a flat-screen TV, a bar, dining room, a small boutique, and three solariums. The yacht is among the fastest power vessels in the Galápagos and creates a comfortable experience for its passengers.

They have 1 naturalist guide on board for every 10 guests, making for a more private and rewarding Galápagos experience! You will be able to enjoy the privilege of a small, more personalized cruise setting with 11 crew members catering to a maximum of 20 guests.

Its kitchen staff will keep you pampered while you are on board a small boat, cruising has less impact on the Galápagos ecosystem.

Each of their 4 combinable itineraries paints a different picture of the evolution of wildlife in the Galápagos. Combination results of 7, 10, 11, and 14-night itinerary options for an in-depth experience of the enchanted islands.

Departures every Thursday and every Sunday you may be able to visit 6 different trails/sites in their 3-night cruises up to 28 different trails/sites in the Galápagos in their 14-night itinerary and of course plenty of snorkeling opportunities

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Puerto Ayora, EC
8:30 pm,
temperature icon 25°C
Humidity 97 %
Wind Gust: 4 mph

Piano di viaggio

  • Sunday – Baltra Airport / Bachas Beach
  • Monday – Isabela Island: Tagus Cove – Urbina Bay
  • Tuesday – Espinoza Point – Vicente Roca Point
  • Wednesday – Puerto Egas – Espumilla Beach / Buccaneer Cove visit
  • Thursday – North Seymour / Baltra Airport
  • Thursday – Baltra Airport – Highlands
  • Friday – Rabida Island / Bartolome Island
  • Saturday – South Plazas Island – Santa Fe Island
  • Sunday – Punta Pitt – Cerro Brujo
  • Monday – Lobos Island – San Cristobal Island Airport
  • Monday – San Cristobal Island / Tijeretas Hill & Interpretation Center
  • Tuesday – Española Island: Gardner Bay – Suarez Point
  • Wednesday – Floreana Island: Cormorant Point – Post Office Bay
  • Thursday – Charles Darwin Station – Baltra Island Airport
  • Thursday – Baltra Airport / Santa Cruz Island – Highlands
  • Friday – Dragon Hill – Chinese Hat
  • Saturday – Genovesa Island: Prince Philip Steps – Darwin Bay
  • Sunday – Black Turtle Cove / Baltra Airport
  • Sunday – Baltra Airport / Bachas Beach
  • Monday – Tagus Cove – Urbina Bay
  • Tuesday – Espinoza Point – Vicente Roca Point
  • Wednesday – Puerto Egas – Espumilla Beach / Buccaneer Cove
  • Thursday – North Seymour Island / Santa Cruz Island – Highlands
  • Friday – Rabida Island – Bartolome Island
  • Saturday – South Plazas Island – Santa Fe Island
  • Sunday – Punta Pitt – Cerro Brujo
  • Monday – Lobos Island / San Cristobal Airport
  • Thursday – Baltra Airport / Santa Cruz Island – Highlands
  • Friday – Rabida Island / Bartolome Island
  • Saturday – South Plaza Island – Santa Fe Island
  • Sunday – San Cristobal Island: Punta Pitt / Cerro Brujo 
  • Monday – Lobos Island / Tijeretas Hill & San Cristobal Interpretation Center
  • Tuesday – Española Island: Gardner Bay – Suarez Point
  • Wednesday – Floreana Island: Cormorant Point – Post Office Bay
  • Thursday – Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station / Baltra Airport
  • Monday – San Cristobal Island – Tijeretas Hill & Interpretation Center
  • Tuesday – Español Island: Gardner Bay – Suarez Point
  • Wednesday – Floreana Island: Cormorant Point – Post Office Bay 
  • Thursday – Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station – Highlands 
  • Friday – Dragon Hill – Chinese Hat
  • Saturday – Genovesa Island: Prince Philip Steps – Darwin Bay 
  • Sunday – Santa Cruz Island: Black Turtle Cove / Baltra Airport
  • Thursday – Baltra Airport / Santa Cruz Island – Highland
  • Friday – Dragon Hill – Chinese Hat
  • Saturday – Prince Philip Steps – Darwin Bay
  • Sunday – Black Turtle Cove – Bachas Beach 
  • Monday – Tagus Cove – Urbina Bay
  • Tuesday – Espinoza Point – Vicente Roca Point 
  • Wednesday – Puerto Egas – Espumilla Beach / Buccaneer Cove 
  • Thursday – North Seymour Island / Baltra Airport

Details

Motor Yacht
2015
91 ft. (0m)
22 ft. (6.6m)
20 passengers
9 crew members + 1/2 Naturalist Multilingual guides
12 knots
Thursday, Sunday
Hikes, snorkeling, dinghy rides, swimming

Lower Deck

Cabins 1 & 2 have one matrimonial double bed.
Cabins 3 & 4 have two twin lower beds.

Upper Deck

Cabins 5, 6, 7, 8 & 10 have two twin lower beds.
Cabin 9 has one matrimonial double bed

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