This luxury catamaran combines modern design with spacious and light cabins to ensure your journey through the Galapagos is every bit as special as it should be.
Following recent refurbishment, Cormorant is now one of the most comfortable and modern catamarans cruising the Galapagos.
The 108ft vessel has capacity for up to sixteen guests, with cabins split between the main and upper-decks. All the cabins have large floor to ceiling windows, allowing for uninterrupted views of the passing scenery. On the main-deck there are two suites, each measuring up to 38m2 and come with their own lounge area as well as king-sized bed, private balcony and ensuite.
There are two stateroom cabins on the main-deck and four on the upper-deck. The upper-deck cabins can be interconnecting, which is a good option for families travelling with young children. Staterooms are slightly smaller (24m2) but still have their own private bathroom and balcony. Some cabins only allow for a double bed layout, but others can be switched between a twin or double and a sofa bed can also be added to the suites. Please note the cabin sizes above do also include the size of the balcony.
Whilst on board you will be looked after by a highly skilled crew, including a cruise-director and knowledgeable naturalist guide. Daily excursions can include snorkelling with playful sealions and turtles, kayaking past Galapagos penguins and nature trails in search of giant tortoises and land iguanas.
Back on board, guests can relax in the light and spacious lounge or you may be summoned to the newly renovated sun-deck, where an al fresco lunch awaits, whilst you enjoy the blissful and unspoilt scenery of the Galapagos. Afterwards why not relax on one of the sun loungers or take a sunset dip in the on-deck Jacuzzi.
Cormorant, at a glance
- 108ft catamaran with capacity for up to sixteen guests
- Recently refurbished and now has a far more modern and appealing look
- First class naturalist guide on board
- Larger than average cabins all with air-conditioning, private bathrooms and balconies
- Cabins on the upper-deck can interconnecting, which makes it great for families
- Two large suites on the main-deck have their own private lounge area, ideal for guests wanting more privacy
- Alfresco dining area and rooftop Jacuzzi
- Kayaks available to use at permitted visitor sites
Where will Cormorant take you?
Cormorant 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 and Eastern Islands’ itinerary. The four-night is Saturday to Wednesday and the three-night is Wednesday to Saturday.
- Seven-night Central and Eastern islands itinerary, including Santa Cruz, Genovesa, South Plaza, Santa Fe, San Cristobal, Española and Floreana islands (begins and ends at Baltra).
- Seven-night Western islands itinerary, including Santa Cruz, Isabela, Fernandina, Santiago and North Seymour islands (begins and ends at Baltra).
- Four-night Central and Northern islands itinerary, including Santa Cruz, Genovesa, South Plaza, Santa Fe and San Cristobal islands (begins at Baltra and ends at San Cristobal).
- Three-night Central and Eastern islands itinerary, including San Cristobal, Santa Cruz, Española and Floreana islands (begins at San Cristobal and ends at Baltra).