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Galapagos and The Beagle

Galapagos and The Beagle

Owned and operated by our partners in the Galapagos, Augusto and Georgina Cruz, The Beagle is a magnificent 105-foot steel-hulled schooner with teak decks. She has a beautifully designed fully air conditioned interior with seven en suite cabins, and a generous expanse of open and shaded deck, and the standard of guiding, cuisine and personal service are exceptional.

Once again, we have chartered this beautiful yacht for a select number of weeks throughout the year, and offer a choice of 7 and 14-night cruises. Although local conditions dictate the exact itinerary, cruises will explore the eastern and central islands of the archipelago, including Santa Cruz, home to the Darwin Research Station and the giant land tortoise, or visit the more distant western islands such as Isabela, perhaps the most beautiful island in the archipelago.

Sample itinerary:

Days 1/2: Fly London to Quito. City sightseeing. Overnights Patio Andaluz.  Days 3/9 or 3/16: Fly to Baltra and begin an 8 or 15-day cruise aboard The Beagle.  Days 10/11 or 17/18: End cruise at Baltra and fly to London via Guayaquil.

Guide Price

1-week cruise, from: £4,146 pp (based on 2 people travelling)

2-week cruise, from: £6,538 pp (based on 2 people travelling)

Price includes economy class flights and airport taxes.

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