A Galapagos Cruise aboard the Seaman Journey
Galapagos Seaman Journey has only 8 guest cabins, and a maximum occupancy of 16, giving you a more intimate Galapagos experience than larger cruise...Click here to read more
Galapagos Seaman Journey has only 8 guest cabins, and a maximum occupancy of 16, giving you a more intimate Galapagos experience than larger cruise vessels. Her careful design means there is plenty of space to relax, and cozy corners for private contemplation of the day's adventures.
The main deck has 6 twin cabins that are tastefully decorated and feature a spacious private bathroom. Other amenities include a hair dryer, safe, and individual air conditioning. Panoramic windows give you a stunning view of the islands and wildlife outside.
On the upper deck are two queen size suites with the same amenities but offering extra space and the best views thanks to their position at the top of the yacht. These are perfect for a romantic honeymoon stay, or for families with small children under 12 as a sofa bed can be added if required.
A social experience
The main deck hosts the dining room and the saloon. These have been carefully designed to have a light and airy feel during the day, with a more intimate and cozy feel in the evenings. The layout is perfect for socializing with like-minded travelers at the end of an amazing day of adventures.
When it comes to food, the Galapagos Seaman Journey prides itself on offering a special experience. The chef only uses fresh local produce to create a never ending range of sensational dishes that reflect both local and international cuisine. All food allergies or diet types can be fully catered for, just be sure to let us know your exact needs when you book and the yacht's chef will ensure you don't miss out on a marvelous culinary experience.
Outside, the yacht's sundeck is divided into a shaded area with loungers and an open terrace with sun beds. Both areas are designed to provide you with sociable comfort as well as a little privacy if you require. There is a dive platform at the rear and guests can make use of the snorkeling equipment and kayaks in order to make the most of time on and in the water. There's nothing better than a swim in the Pacific on the hottest days!
The Seaman Journey offers the choice of two different week-long itineraries - one investigating the western Galapagos islands, the other concentrating on the eastern sights. There are also shorter northern and southern itineraries avilable.
Whichever you choose you'll typically enjoy two excursions a day. Activities led by your highly trained naturalist guide can include snorkeling, walking on one of the islands, visiting the coastal mangroves in pangas, and a variety of wet and dry landings at visitor sites. You will be able to get up close and personal with some of the most iconic and rare wildlife in the world, including giant tortoises, marine iguanas and blue-footed boobies to name but a few.
The Galapagos Seaman Journey is a delightful way to travel around the Galapagos. Her crew are consistently top-rated for their service, and the food is a definite highlight! The comfortable, bright cabins are lovely, and the upper deck suites offer either that extra touch of luxury for a romantic adventure for two, or extra space perfect for a family with a young child. With her super-stable twin hulls, we think the Galapagos Seaman Journey is a great option. Speak to one of our Galapagos experts today for help with choosing your perfect itinerary.Click here to read less
Deck Plans & Photos
- Capacity:16 passengers
- Type :Motor Catamaran
- Category:First Class
- Year Built:2007
- Length:90 ft
- Beam:36.08 ft
- Speed:10 kt
- Draft: 4.75 ft
- Electricity: 110 V
- Multilingual guide
- All meals throughout the cruise
- Water, Coffee, Tea & fresh juices
- Air conditioning & private bathroom
- Transfers to and from ship
- Snorkel gear (free)
- Single travellers can share room
- Triple Rooms available
- -15% for children ≤ 12
- German speaking guides upon request
- 2% Credit Card fees
- Airfare tickets
- Alcoholic drinks & bottled beverages
- Crew and guide tips
- $100 national park entrance fee
- $20 transit control card
- +75% single cabin supplement