Evolution Yacht

This charming 32-guest expedition yacht is ample enough to provide spacious staterooms, along with various social areas, yet small enough for guests to be able to experience nature in an up-close and personal manner. 8 day Cruises.

This charming 32-guest expedition yacht is ample enough to provide spacious staterooms, along with various social areas, yet small enough for guests to be able to experience nature in an up-close and personal manner. 8 day Cruises.

This beautiful yacht offers an artful combination of factors which results in a excellent offer of service, accommodations and attention to detail, while causing minimal impact on the environment. 

The lounge features a library with a wide range of books, movies and board games (a Sony PlayStation is available for children). The yacht offers inside and al-fresco dining areas and a sky deck lounge with a bar and beautiful rattan furniture. At the bow of the yacht you will find a jacuzzi with lounge chairs for sunbathing and ample outside deck space, sea kayaks, snorkeling gear and wetsuits.

There is a boutique onboard for purchasing amenities and souveniers and a reception area where your cruise director can always be found. The yacht also features a fully equipped infirmary with an doctor onboard at all times. 

Evolution Staterooms

Staterooms: 3 suites, 8 premium staterooms and 5 deluxe staterooms all with exceptional accommodations, private facilities, climate controls, safe-boxes and ample space to hang and store clothing. 

Bathrooms: All staterooms have private bathrooms with hair dryers, amenities like those of any fine hotel and ample space to store toiletries.

Exterior

Interior

Itinerary

Saturday

Morning: San Cristobal Island
Arrival in airport and transfer to the boat. Briefing onboard about the boat and the island.

Evening: Santa Cruz Island: Whale Bay
Whale Bay is the site of one of the oldest whaling camps on Santa Cruz Island.

Sunday

Morning: Isabela Island: Vicente Roca Point
The remnants of an ancient volcano form two turquoise coves with a bay protected from ocean swells.

Evening: Fernandina Island: Espinosa Point
A narrow stretch of land where hundreds of marine iguanas gather largely on black lava rocks.

Monday

Morning: Isabela Island: Urbina Bay
Its waters are a good place to see turtles and rays. Ashore you'll find a short trail leading to a coral reef.

Evening: Isabela Island: Tagus Cove
An opportunity to see penguins as well as marine iguanas, Sally Lightfoot crabs and sea lions.

Tuesday

Morning: Bartholomew Island: Pinnacle Rock
Bartholomew is home of the Pinnacle Rock: the most famous view in the Galapagos Islands.

Evening: Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay
The lava field has a variety of patterns made by the shapes and textures of trees that once existed there.

Wednesday

Morning: Santa Cruz Island: Bachas Beach
A swimming beach and one of the few remnants of the U.S. World War II presence in the Galapagos.

Evening: Santa Cruz Island: Dragon Hill
A hypersalinic lagoon frequented by flamingos, stilts, pintail ducks and other species of birds.

Thursday

Morning: Santa Cruz Island: Los Gemelos
Spanish for The Twins, they are two volcanic depressions on the highest part of Santa Cruz.

Evening: Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station
An organisation that provides scientific assistance to ensure the proper preservation of the Galapagos.

Friday

Morning: Española Island: Suarez Point
Suarez Point is one of the most outstanding wildlife areas of the archipelago.

Evening: Española Island: Gardner Bay
Gardner Bay has a magnificent beach with turquoise waters. The bay is home of a large colony of sea lions.

Saturday

Morning: San Cristobal Island: Interpretation Center
A series of interactive exhibits providing information about the history and biodiversity of the Galapagos.
San Cristobal Island
Transfer to the Airport.

Saturday

Morning: San Cristobal Island
Arrival in airport and transfer to the boat. Briefing onboard about the boat and the island.

Evening: San Cristobal Island: Leon Dormido
This island comprises two rocks which jut out of the ocean and is home to a large colony of sea birds.

Sunday

Morning: South Plaza Island
South Plaza has one of the largest populations of land iguanas in the Galapagos.

Evening: Santa Cruz Island: Carrion Point
A lagoon with beautiful turquoise water where you can see a variety of fish, rays and white-tip reef sharks.
Daphne Island
A popular stop for scientists researching the unique qualities of the Galapagos finches.

Monday

Morning: Sombrero Chino Island
The landing is on a beautiful crescent-shaped beach, home to sea lions and Sally Lightfoot crabs.

Evening: Santiago Island: James Bay
There are many lava pools found here as well as caves and inlets home to an amazing variety of wildlife.

Tuesday

Morning: Genovesa Island: Darwin Bay
A coral beach where a 750 mt. trail takes you through more seabird colonies.

Evening: Genovesa Island: Prince Phillip's Steps
An extraordinary, steep path leads through a seabird colony full of life, up to cliffs that are 25m high.

Wednesday

Morning: North Seymour Island
Explore the rocky coast, passing colonies of blue-footed boobies and magnificent frigatebirds.

Evening: Santa Fe Island
A volcanic uplift that hosts a forest of Opuntia and palo santo. Endemic land iguanas are often seen.

Thursday

Morning: Floreana Island: Post Office Bay
A white-sand beach where in the past sailors used to leave and receive their letters in a barrel.
Floreana Island: Baroness' Observatory
This site shows a breath-taking view of La Loberia and the inland features of Floreana Island.

Evening: Floreana Island: Devil's Crown
Arguably the best snorkeling site in the islands, Devil's Crown boasts an amazing variety of fish.
Floreana Island: Cormorant Point
Cormorant Point offers a trail overlooking a saltwater lagoon that is a favourite of flamingos.

Friday

Morning: Santa Cruz Island: Highlands
The highlands are located in the northern part of the island and can reach elevations up to 1500 mt.

Evening: Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station
An organization that provides scientific assistance to ensure the proper preservation of the Galapagos.

Saturday

Morning: Santa Cruz Island: Black Turtle Cove
This shallow inlet is surrounded by mangroves and provides natural protection for a variety of marine life.
Baltra
Transfer to the Airport.

Additional Information

TypeCruise ship / Expedition Vessel
L.O.A192 feet / 58.5 meters
Beam29 feet / 8.9 meters
EnginesCaterpillar 3512 TITA 1300hp
GeneratorsNorthern Lights 150 KVA
BuilderKanasashi Shipyard, Japan
Speed10 / 12 knots
Crew18 plus up to 2 naturalist guides & 1 cruise director.
Navigation Equipment

 

72 mile Furuno Radar 19-53 CBB Navnet, Furuno GPS satellite navigator system, Furuno Depth Sounder, Simrad HS50 Electronic Girocompass, speed and distance log, compasses, barometers, forward looking echo sounder.

Onboard Safety Equipment

 

EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon), 4 x 25 person open sea life rafts, life jackets, flares and signals, fire extinguishing system, and sprinkler system throughout the vesse. Safety equipment on board either meets or exceeds USA Coast Guard regulations

Comfort Equipment

 

Air Renewal System, Air conditioning throughout, TV / CD / VHS/DVD/Playstation 2, boutique, infirmary with MD on board, small soaking tub

Communication EquipmentUHF, VHF radio, Satellite Phone
Electricity110 volts AC / 60 Hz: 2 flat prongs

Features

Category
Luxury
Type
Small Yacht Motor Sailor
Capacity
32
Departure day
Saturday
Cruise Length
8 days 15 days
Rack Rate (8D/7N) from
$ 4.620

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