A first for the Galapagos, Camila is a luxury trimaran which offers the combination of a small expedition cruise, with the stability of a larger boat.
Camila is one of the newest and most modern boats operating in the Galapagos. A state-of-the-art trimaran, measuring 125ft and with a capacity for 16 passengers and 12 crew, the boat is designed for comfort and stability when cruising the enchanted islands.
There are 8 cabins, split between 2 decks and guests will be greeted to some of the most spacious cabins in the Galapagos, averaging 29m2. All the cabins have large picture windows, modern fittings, en suite bathrooms (with shower) and small private balconies.
Social areas include a sun deck, complete with loungers and a jacuzzi, al fresco bar area, main dining room and also a separate lounge, where daily briefings will take place from the first-class naturalist guide on board.
Each day the naturalist guide will lead different excursions, varying from island-based activities to snorkelling, zodiac rides and kayaking. In the evening a delicious dinner is served on board and guests have the opportunity to relax after a briefing on the following days activities.
Camila, at a glance
- 125ft luxury trimaran with capacity for up to 16 passengers
- Trimaran design provides additional stability
- Constructed in 2018 and one of the newest boats operating in the Galapagos
- Large cabins with private balconies and air-conditioning
- Al fresco dining area, bar and spacious sundeck with rooftop Jacuzzi and sun loungers
- Cruise director and professional crew to take care of all your needs
- All cruises are carbon off-set, allowing guests to enjoy the Galapagos without adding to their carbon footprint
Where will Camila take you?
Camila operates weekly seven-night itineraries, from Saturday to Saturday as well as two shorter four and three-night itineraries, which together form the seven-night ‘Central Islands’ itinerary. The four-night is Tuesday to Saturday and the three-night is Saturday to Tuesday.
- Seven-night Central islands itinerary, including San Cristobal, Española, Santa Cruz, Rabida, Santiago, Genovesa and North Seymour islands (begins at San Cristobal and ends at Baltra).
- Seven-night Western islands itinerary, including Isabela, Fernandina, Santa Cruz, Santa Fe, Floreana and San Cristobal islands (begins at Baltra and ends at San Cristobal).
- Four-night Central islands itinerary, including Rabida, Santiago, Genovesa, Santa Cruz and North Seymour islands (begins and ends at Baltra).
- Three-night Eastern islands itinerary, including San Cristobal, Española and Santa Cruz islands (begins at San Cristobal and ends at Baltra).