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Anahi Galapagos Cruise

Croisière aux Galapagos à bord de l'Anahi

Un catamaran très stable avec un service première classe

Une croisière aux Galapagos à bord du Anahi

12 Critiques

footprint

Emissions de CO2 100% compensées

kayak

Kayaks à bord

shared bedroom

Chambres à partager pour voyageurs seuls

children

-20% pour les enfants ≤ 12 ans

triple

Cabines triples

EN guide

Guide anglais

- Superbly stable for a comfortable cruise
- Complimentary snorkel gear
- Great choice of itineraries
- Jacuzzi and a great sundeck

The Motor Catamaran Anahi is a delightfully comfortable yacht, built specifically for Galápagos cruises in Ecuador in 2006. This first-class vessel has been designed with stability in mind, offering you a wonderfully relaxed and calm cruise experience. Although a thoroughly modern ship, Anahi is richly decorated throughout with natural wood finishes, including beautiful teak decks and flooring for a real touch of luxury.

Stateroom or Suite?
Taking a maximum of only 16 passengers, Anahi gives you an exclusive experience. Her 6 twin bed cabins have been designed to provide a cozy, “home-from-home” feel, and all offer private en suite bathrooms and large windows, letting light flood in. If you want to treat yourself to something grander, there are two suites onboard on the upper deck. These feature superb king size beds, plenty of extra space, and windows across an entire wall with remarkable views over the bows of the catamaran. All cabins feature independent air conditioning for your comfort.

Space to take in the islands
A huge benefit to the catamaran design is the amount of additional space compared to a traditional single-hull Galápagos cruise boat. The lounge and indoor dining area offer plenty of space for eating, relaxing, and learning about the fascinating wildlife and habitats from your naturalist guide. Make your way to the upper level and you are greeted by a vast open stern deck which features a fantastic alfresco bar, and plenty of space for dining outside under the equatorial sun - or, more sensibly, under the shady canopy! There’s even a jacuzzi big enough for 6 at a time here - a real treat on a Galápagos cruise of this class. Sun-worshippers aren’t forgotten. Just make your way up to the top of the boat where the unobstructed sundeck awaits. With comfortable loungers and faux-grass flooring, this deck offers uninterrupted views of the Galápagos.

Your every whim catered for
The Anahi’s 9 crew will ensure that everything you need is taken care of. Your cabin will be serviced several times a day, you will enjoy an excellent range of gourmet-quality food, served in a relaxed atmosphere as either buffet-style or full-service meals. When the weather is suitable, you will eat under the shade of the main deck bar - a perfect place to share a meal with like-minded travelers. The bar is very well stocked, and complimentary waters, teas and coffees are available at all times.

Bringing you closer to the Galápagos
The Anahi offers a great range of itineraries, including the ability to put two of her 8 day Galápagos cruises together to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime 15-day experience - the ultimate way to see everything Galápagos has to offer. Anahi’s bilingual National Park naturalist guide will lead you on a wide variety of activities, designed to bring you as close to the wildlife, flora and unique habitats of the Galápagos as possible. As well as guided hikes on the islands, you will also enjoy snorkeling (with use of complementary masks, snorkels and fins), panga rides and sea kayaking.

Our thoughts
We do like first-class catamarans like Anahi. They are much more stable than traditional yachts and can travel faster, meaning you get to see more for any given number of days. Naturalist guide Gallo is consistently rated as one of the best by travellers, and the entire crew is always ready to go the extra mile for you. We particularly like the stern deck jacuzzi just across from the bar - the ideal place to watch the sun go down. The choice of itineraries is more extensive than most ships in her class, and we love the flexibility this brings for you to choose the perfect match for what you want to get from your Galápagos experience - if you need some help to choose, just speak to one of our friendly Galápagos experts today.

Photos & Plans de Pont : Anahi

Anahi Galapagos Cruise
Anahi Galapagos Cruise
Anahi Galapagos Cruise

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Catégories de cabines à bord : Anahi

Double twin
Cabine standard

Le yacht dispose de 6 cabines standard sur le pont principal avec vue sur l'océan, salle de bain privée, climatisation et équipements de première classe.

Pouvant accueillir un maximum de 16 passagers, Anahi vous offre une expérience exclusive. Ses 6 cabines à lits jumeaux ont été conçues pour offrir une sensation de confort et de "chez soi", et toutes disposent de salles de bains privatives et de grandes fenêtres laissant entrer la lumière. Toutes les cabines disposent d'une climatisation indépendante pour votre confort.

Suite
Suite

Le Yacht dispose de 2 suites sur le pont supérieur avec vue sur l'océan, salle de bain privée, climatisation et équipements de première classe.

Les deux suites disposent d'une salle de bains privative et de grandes fenêtres, laissant entrer la lumière. Les deux suites se trouvent sur le pont supérieur. Elles disposent de superbes lits king size, de beaucoup d'espace supplémentaire et de fenêtres sur tout un mur offrant une vue remarquable sur l'étrave du catamaran. Toutes les suites disposent d'une climatisation indépendante pour votre confort.

Routes : Anahi

Commodités : Anahi

transfer

Transferts depuis et vers le navire

snorkeling

Matériel de plongée avec tuba (gratuit)

footprint

Emissions de CO2 100% compensées

kayak

Kayaks à bord

air conditioning

Climatisation & salle de bain privée

shared bedroom

Chambres à partager pour voyageurs seuls

drinks

Eau, café, thé & jus

children

-20% pour les enfants ≤ 12 ans

triple

Cabines triples

EN guide

Guide anglais

meal

Tous les repas inclus

Durabilité : Anahi

Chez Galapatours, nous aimons et respectons les écosystèmes vierges et la faune fascinante des îles Galápagos. Pour protéger l'archipel, tous les navires naviguant aux Galápagos doivent être équipés de systèmes sophistiqués de filtration de l'eau, de moteurs modernes et efficaces et de programmes d'entretien stricts afin de minimiser la pollution. En outre, l'autorité du parc national des Galápagos définit des itinéraires de croisière précis qui dictent quels navires peuvent visiter quels points forts, à quel jour et à quelle heure, et limite le nombre de passagers. Ces mesures garantissent que les animaux et les habitats ne sont pas perturbés par un trop grand nombre de visiteurs.

Mais chez Galapatours, nous aimons aller encore plus loin : Nous compensons volontairement toutes les émissions de CO2 de chaque croisière que nous vendons - sans frais pour vous. Vous pouvez également jouer votre rôle en voyageant de manière responsable et en suivant nos directives écologiques pendant votre séjour. Cliquez ici pour en savoir plus sur ces directives, notre engagement en faveur du tourisme durable et les règles du parc national des Galápagos.

Caractéristiques : Anahi

Catégorie

Première Classe

Type

Catamaran à moteur

Moteurs principaux

2 x John Deere à 300 HP

Longueur

90.50 ft / 27.60 m

Électricité

110V + 220V

Vitesse de croisière

10 knots

Beam

36.08ft / 11m

Capacité

16

Nourriture & Boissons : Anahi

The food on our Galapágos Cruises is among the very best you will find in South America. Most of the on-board chefs are internationally trained and have prior experience working in the best hotels and restaurants in Ecuador and indeed around the world.

You can expect a first-class selection of food, including a good variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, locally sourced poultry and fish/seafood, rice and pasta dishes. Most boats will always include some typical Ecuadorian dishes on the menu during your cruise. If you have specific dietary requirements then these can usually be accommodated by the chef providing you have given advance notice. Please make sure you tell us about any allergies or dietary requirements you have at the time you book with us. If you leave it until you arrive at the dockside, then it may well be impossible to accommodate your needs.

Most boats serve a range of options at meal times in a relaxed buffet-style. At the first class and luxury end of the market, some boats have more formal dining where you will be served at your seat. However the atmosphere is always relaxed on board our cruises, and never stuffy or formal.

Témoignages à propos : Anahi

patrick h

5/5

5 day cruise on Anahi This was an excellent trip on a comfortable boat with an outstanding guide and friendly crew. The excusions were first class and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Source: TripAdvisor


JoeLikesBali - Washington, DC

5/5

Galapagos Cruise: Anahi Catamaran We did a 10-night tour on the first class Anahi and we thought it was a terrific boat. It accommodates 16 passengers, in addition to the crew. We wanted to be in a smaller group and we believe this was definitely a good choice. They offer four cruise itineraries, two 7-nights itineraries (A2 and B2, see the Anahi link below) and two 3-night itineraries (A1 and B1). We did the A1 and B1 itineraries, which did not overlap (be careful because some of them do), which seemed to be the best ones, and which were in any case wonderful. The itinerary was carefully thought out and was wonderful. Every morning and afternoon we had a full schedule of one or two activities that were usually hikes or snorkeling, but that also included visits to nature centers and optional kayaking. Every evening before dinner we were briefed on the activities for the next day so that we could prepare ourselves mentally and bring proper clothes and footwear. We were able to visit some very remote locations including on Fernandina and the west side of Isabel. The only major islands we missed were Santa Fe and Genovesa; we definitely had the feeling that we saw almost everything there was to see in Galapagos. Long-distance traveling between islands was done mostly at night so as not to take time away from sightseeing during the day, but occasionally we traveled during the day to see whales and dolphins or when the schedule made this unavoidable. The boat has been operating for many years and therefore it has the right to visit some select locations that we were told newer boats do not because access licenses are limited. There were several places we visited where we saw only two other boats and there was one place where we were the only boat, so this seems believable. The food was very good and plentiful. We are adventurous about food, and unfortunately the food on any group tour is going to suffer from a lowest common denominator quality, but we were nevertheless happy. Every meal included meat and fish. All hot dishes were thoroughly cooked. There was always an excellent selection of salads, though some of them became repetitive, and occasionally there were local dishes served. A couple of times when the schedule and weather permitted we had a barbecue on the deck. We would have liked to eat more local dishes, particularly fresh seafood and cevice, and some rare or less cooked options, but tour operators have to be cautious because they can run into finicky passengers. A couple of times we got the other passengers together and had the captain buy for us gigantic lobsters at the markets on shore. Then the chef grilled them for us and we were out of our minds with happiness. The layout of the boat is excellent. One of our favorite features was that the windows are fairly large and can be opened. We traveled in September, the coolest month, and always slept with the windows open. There are two suites which are huge and nice, but have the disadvantage that the windows open onto an upper walkway that is not heavily used, but still you do not have full privacy if you open the windows, and actually we’re not even sure that the windows in the suites could be opened at all. In the ordinary rooms the windows open directly onto the water, so they can be left open all night, when getting out of the shower, etc… without privacy concerns. Most other boats that we saw either had windows that didn’t open, or they opened onto a walkway so you wouldn’t have full privacy, or in some luxury boats they opened onto a balcony, but the balcony might not be fully private and even if it were you might not want one between your window and the water. It was great to wake up in the morning or even the middle of the night and just stick our heads or cameras out. Most boats seemed to have rooms that were accessed from outside by an outer walkway. Our rooms were accessed indoors by a central hallway, which was much better. The beds were big and comfortable. Unfortunately, only the two suites and two of the other double rooms have double beds. The other four rooms have twin beds, which is a shame if you are a couple, though the twin bed layouts are slightly more spacious than the ordinary double bed layouts, especially in the bathrooms. (Note that the boat layout in the link below which shows that all standard rooms have twin beds is not quite correct.) There are two good tall storage closets and a safe in each room, and there was enough extra space in the small hallway inside our room to store our two large suitcases. There is a small desk, with power outlets where you can charge camera batteries and plug in electronic devices and also a power outlet on the night table between the beds. The bathroom is large and comfortable, with plenty of hot water in the shower and with soap and shampoo dispensers. You get one small bottle of drinking water each at the start of the trip, and there is a water cooler in the common area that you can fill it from as often as you like. (We had an extra bottle that we brought with us, which was convenient.) The dining room and relaxation area are each large enough to accommodate all 16 passengers comfortably at the same time. There is lots of space on the decks to sit in the sun or outside in the shaded bar area. If you go during the hot season and everyone wants to sunbathe at the same time there won’t be enough long beach chairs for everyone, but if that is an issue then why not save money and go to Miami instead of Galapagos, and anyway the sun in Galapagos is brutal, so you really shouldn’t be sunbathing at all. We went in September, a cooler month, and there was always plenty of space on the decks. There is a whirlpool bath, but it is filled rarely because the sea has to be calm and it has to be emptied again before cruising otherwise the bathwater would spill everywhere. Our guide was the famous Roberto, who we see has been mentioned many times here on TA. We thought he was great. He indeed appears to be one of the very best guides in the Galapagos. My wife sometimes lagged behind our group to take pictures and heard some of the other guides speak; she said they were not nearly as good. We have seen Roberto mentioned in association with Anahi, so there is a good chance you will get him, but he must take breaks as well. You can try asking if he will be there, but that information might not be available, especially if you book in advance. A good guide is important; there’s no internet access in Galapagos, so you can’t just look up Wikipedia on your smartphone if you get a clueless guide. All of the other staff were terrific as well. I cut myself on a rock snorkeling and they were very helpful about cleaning and disinfecting the cut and then keeping it properly bandaged. They were also generally friendly and cheerful and were helpful with a number of miscellaneous favors that we asked. Source: goo.gl/Ja2cXo


WATSON, AUSTRALIAN

5/5

Loved this ship and crew! Robert our guide the Captain and crew have all helped make this a fantastic experience- thank you! Excellent food! Will definitely recommend ANAHI! Source: http://www.yachtanahi.com/testimonials.html#2017


CARYS EVANS, MICHEAL JENS

5/5

A great experience A great experience, flexible itinerary and a crew and guide always ready to help, friendly and welcoming. Thanks so much! Source: http://www.yachtanahi.com/testimonials.html#2017


LUCY AND ANGELA NORMAN

5/5

Lovely ship and crew! Lovely ship and crew! Everyone was so helpful and friendly, especially the barman, he guide and Carlos who saved my sunglasses. Thank you so much! Source: http://www.yachtanahi.com/testimonials.html#2017



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