Galapagos Seaman Journey
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8 days (C)

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Baltra & Santa Cruz: Highlands | Fernandina: Mangle Point & Isabela: Moreno Point | Isabela: Urbina Bay, Tagus Cove | Fernandina: Espinoza Point & Isabela: Vicente Roca Point | Santiago: Espumilla Beach, Egas Port | Red Beach - Rabida & Chinese Hat | Santiago: Sullivan Bay & Bartholomew Island | Santa Cruz: Bachas Beach

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Your Trip details

Arrival to Baltra & Santa Cruz: Highlands | Fernandina: Mangle Point & Isabela: Moreno Point | Isabela: Urbina Bay, Tagus Cove | Fernandina: Espinoza Point & Isabela: Vicente Roca Point | Santiago: Espumilla Beach, Egas Port | Red Beach - Rabida & Chinese Hat | Santiago: Sullivan Bay & Bartholomew Island | Santa Cruz: Bachas Beach & transfer to Baltra's airport
In short, the answer is time. Upon reaching these volcanic isles, the first generation of reptiles and marine birds had millions of years to adapt. Specific evolutionary traits include a notch in tortoises’ shells that allows them to fully extend their necks to reach more fruit. Vampire finches drink blood from the blue-footed booby. But don’t worry – they don’t mind! During scarce periods of food, some Marine Iguanas can shrink their body mass by up to 20% – usually during weather phenomena such as El Niño. Even from island to island, each section is unique unto itself. What might be considered the apex predator on one island may be breakfast on another. Darwin’s theory has surmised that time transformed small and primitive creatures into the unique beings they are today

Itinerary & Travel activities

8 days trip
7 nights
Galapagos islands map for cruises
DAY 1 – Friday

AM»BaltraArrival at Baltra airport – Transfer to Catamaran

PM»Santa CruzHighlands
Home to Galapagos’ main airport, this will be the starting point of your experience aboard the best tour of the Galapagos Islands. A bilingual guide will meet you at the airport and assist you during the transfer onboard Seaman Journey Catamaran. Welcome  briefing.
After settling in the yacht and lunch, the first visit will be to Santa Cruz Highlands, where you will admire the island ́s variety of life and geology, and you will have the opportunity to observe the wild Galapagos Tortoises in their natural habitat. End of the day and dinner onboard.
DAY 2 – Saturday

AM»Fernandina: Mangle Point

PM»Isabela: Moreno Point
Mangle Point

After breakfast, you will disembark at Fernandina Island, specifically Mangle Point, which is a perfect site for snorkeling and a nice location for riding a zodiac though a grove of mangrove trees, where you will spot sea lions, tortoises, pelicans, among other species.

Moreno Point

Next activity will be heading to Moreno Point, located between volcanoes Sierra Negra and Cerro Azul, where you will take a trail along a solidified lava flow, to a coastal lagoon where several species of birds can be found.

DAY 3 – Sunday

AM»sabela: Urbina Bay

PM»Isabela Island: Tagus Cove
Urbina Bay

The first visit during this day will be to Urbina Bay, located at eh base of Alcedo Volcano. This is a great place to snorkel, and spot native species like land iguanas, Darwin ́s finches and Galapagos Tortoises.

Tagus Cove

After lunch, you will head to Tagus Cove, located west of Darwin Volcano on Isabela Island and used to be a favorite hiding spot for pirates and whalers. After this activities head back to the yacht for dinner.

DAY 4 – Monday

AM»Fernandina: Espinoza Point

PM»Isabela: Vicente Roca Point
Espinoza Point

Early in the morning you will head to Espinoza Point at Fernandina Island, that is one of the youngest islands with the most active volcano, and where you can spot pelicans, marine iguanas and flightless cormorants.

Vicente Roca Point

During the afternoon, head to Vicente Roca Point, this site is a large bay with spectacular sea life. Keep an eye out for seahorses, sea turtles, and the strange yet fascinating Mola mola (or sunfish). After the end of the activities head back to the yacht for dinner.

DAY 5 – Tuesday

AM»Santiago Island : Espumilla Beach

PM»Santiago Island : Egas Port
Espumilla Beach

Early in the morning, head to Espumilla Beach where you can see playful sea lions, fur seals and various species of seabirds. This is also a good place to snorkel.

Egas Port
Early in the morning, you will visit Port Egas, a beach located at the west side of Santiago Island, its main attractive is its black sand beach, where you can also see Galapagos Fur Seals, Galapagos Hawks, and salt water lagoons where flamingos can be seen.


DAY 6 – Wednesday

AM»Rabida Island : Red Beach

PM»Chinese Hat
Red Beach

After breakfast, you will visit Rabida Island one of the most colorful and volcanically varied islands, due to its red sand beach in the archipelago and also a great snorkeling site.

Chinese Hat
After breakfast you make a wet landing on Chinese Hat, where Lava formations can be seen, formed under the sea and later raised upward, you will spot sea lions colonies resting here.
DAY 7 – Thursday 

AM»Santiago: Sullivan Bay

PM»Bartolome Island
Sullivan Bay 

Early in the morning you will go to Sullivan Bay on Santiago Island, the fourth largest island on the Archipelago, which is a volcanic active island, and where you will have the opportunity to watch the young lava flows and lava cones recently solidified.

Bartholomew Island

After lunch, you will visit Bartolome Island, famous for its Pinnacle rock and its beautiful landscapes where you can take amazing pictures. You can also practice snorkel at this island. End of the activities and dinner onboard.

DAY 8 – Friday
AM»Santa Cruz: Bachas Beach – Transfer from catamaran  to Baltra airport 
Bachas Beach

Early in the morning, head to Bachas Beach on the north shore of Santa Cruz. This place is one of the few remnants of the U.S. World War II presence in the Galapagos, where you can also see species like flamingos, hermit crabs and sea turtles. After this activity you will be transferred from the boat to Baltra airport to take your flight back to the continent.

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Cruise price details


Accomodation on selected shared cabin, check out single use and details

Price per person in USD:
Cabin types:
Entire Boat price in USD:
Single Deluxe cabin
Double Deluxe cabin

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Max guests:

10 Guests
16 guest


Lounge area
Dining area
Reading Material
Air conditioning
Safe deposit box
110v Electricity point in cabin
Emergency Satellite Phone
Hair Dryer

Inclueded in the price

Briefings & lectures
Accommodation with private bathroom
Excursions with a certified Naturalist Guide
Fuel Surcharge
Meals: From lunch on Day 1, until breakfast on the final day.
Unlimited purified water, tea, coffee, snacks.
Government Taxes
Galapagos Airfare
National Park Entry Fees
Cabin towels
Wetsuit for rent
Excursions to the islands
Bus ticket Baltra Airport / Itabaca channel – $5 pp *Depending on the cruise.
Galapagos Transit Card $23 p.p

Not inclueded in the price

Departure Taxes
Alcoholic Drinks

Extra services


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Galapagos Seaman Journey

M/C Galapagos Seaman Journey is a first class catamaran that began sailing the Galapagos Islands in January 2008. It is a Boutique Yacht Catamaran offering superior comfort, size, style, and stability. The Galapagos Seaman Journey makes it possible to enjoy several cruises in the Galapagos with different itineraries that include amazing land tours on most of the Galapagos Islands. During these Galapagos Cruises, guests encounter many endemic species like Galapagos Giant Tortoises, Penguins, Land and Marine Iguana´s, Frigate Birds, Blue Footed Boobies, and much more! During one of the cruises each guest can enjoy the well-furnished areas offering comfort and privacy. Galapagos Seaman Journey has a maximum capacity of 16 passengers allowing both intimacy and camaraderie at the same time. To check out the gorgeous ocean views with fellow shipmates, guests can spend some time on the liveaboards’ spacious sundecks. Whether they feel like getting a little sun on their vacation, or want the best place to enjoy the gorgeous sunsets over the Galapagos Islands, our sundecks are the best place to be. For the adults who might want to relax and kick back, we offer a great bar and lounge area where they are served by our bartender who will be happy to attend to all their needs and desires whilst you relax.


Twin-hulled catamaran


27.6m / 90 Feet


11m / 36.08 Feet

Diving possible:



8 members + naturalist guide

Chef on board


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Important Information

  • Each passenger must have a valid passport.
  • In order to satisfy customs requirements it is mandatory that we receive passport details (first and last name, citizenship, date and place of birth, passport number and validity) at least one week prior to embarkation.
  • Failure to provide the required information could result in a denial of embarkation.