A Galapagos Cruise on board the Grand Majestic
- Brand new Galapagos megayacht
- Stunning cabins, including an opulent master suite
- Luxury service and amenities
- Excellent wildlife itineraries and experienced guides
The best of the best
Accommodation on board Grand Majestic is nothing short of... majestic. With only 8 cabins in total, there are superb levels of space, light and luxury. Every cabin features panoramic windows for unparalleled views of the islands. Each has been luxuriously decorated with designer fabrics and the highest quality fittings.
Stunning bathrooms, climate control, luxury linens and the finest toiletries are just a few of the amenities enjoyed by all cabins. The grand master suite boasts an enormous 400 square feet of space, and is the perfect choice for that very special "trip of a lifetime".
Communal spaces onboard are no less spectacular. Our favorite is the luxurious al fresco dining area up on the sundeck, offering absolutely stunning views as you enjoy the finest Ecuadorian and international cuisine and wines.
The main deck houses the indoor dining area, extensively stocked bar, and a wonderfully comfortable saloon area featuring a stunning communal leather sofa. This is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing drink before dinner after your day's adventures, or to listen to your naturalist guide brief you about the wonders in store for you on your next excursion.
Another standout feature is the large jacuzzi hot tub on the sundeck. It's a remarkable place to enjoy the equatorial night sky as the stars come out on a warm evening.
From the champagne reception on your arrival to the complimentary fruit basket in your cabin, via exceptional service and memorable excursions, Grand Majestic is the current pinnacle of the Galapagos luxury cruise fleet.
If you would like to charter Grand Majestic for your own private use, we are able to facilitate this. Please speak to one of our Galapagos experts, and we can arrange this VIP service on your behalf.
Amazing wildlife encounters
Grand Majestic is operated by Galapagos veterans, and they have put all their skills and experience to use in designing superb itineraries that allow you to see almost everything the Galapagos has to offer.
As well as standout 8-day cruises, Grand Majestic can also cater for those with less time available in the Galapagos but who still wish to see as much as possible. Special 4- and 5-day itineraries are available.
Excursions include wet and dry landings at some of the most stunning spots in the islands, as well as plenty of opportunity for snorkeling with exotic creatures like marine iguanas, Galapagos sharks and the friendly Galapagos Sea Lions. Of course, top of the range snorkeling equipment is available for you on a complimentary basis.
Her bi-lingual naturalist guides are the among the best in the Galapagos, and they will enhance your visit with their in-depth knowledge of the islands' flora and fauna, as well as their expertise in locating the iconic species that can't be found anywhere else.
With her speed, Grand Majestic allows you to enjoy more "contact time" with the Galapagos than any other vessel in the fleet. The fact that this speed is accompanied by standards of luxury never before seen in a boat of this type means that a Galapagos cruise on the Grand Majestic is an experience you will always remember. We have been working with the operator of this brand new ship for many years, and we know they have poured heart and soul into Grand Majestic to bring you the best Galapagos cruise you can experience.Click here to read less
Deck Plans & Photos
- Capacity:16 passengers
- Type :Small Yacht
- Year Built:2000
- Length:127' (39 m)
- Beam:24' (7.30 m)
- Speed:25 kt.
- Draft: 5' 11" (1.80 m)
- Main Engines: MTU Series 2000
- Electricity: 110V + 220 V
- Flights to and from Galapagos
- Multilingual guide
- All meals throughout the cruise
- Water, Coffee, Tea & fresh juices
- Air conditioning & private bathroom
- Transfers to and from ship
- Snorkel gear (free)
- 2% Credit Card fees
- Airfare tickets
- Alcoholic drinks & bottled beverages
- Crew and guide tips
- $100 national park entrance fee
- $20 transit control card