Silver Galapagos

The main reason why you travel to the Galapagos Islands is to experience the islands and their unique wildlife. We have specially designed your programs in such a way that they allow you to perceive Galapagos from different perspectives and take out the animal lover in everyone of us, activities like: guided hikes, relaxing beach walks, snorkeling and swimming! The islands are visited twice a day and always involve a leisurely hike in a small group led by your own naturalist guides category 3, allowing you to experience close encounters with nature.

Established as an ecological park to help protect it from human destruction and abuse, the Islands are now viewed only by guided daily expeditions. As a traveler, your lifestyle is luxurious. Staying aboard a ship such as the Silver Galapagos for a grand cruise liner experience in the evenings and traveling to different islands with expert naturalist guides by day.

The Silver Galapagos is a full-service cruise ship on a scale small enough to navigate through the archipelago of the Galapagos. On board, you will find every luxury detail you are familiar with from far larger transcontinental cruise ships, including the renovated balcony suites.

Cabins are spacious ( 250 sqfeet average ) with many amenities. Every one has a TV, a phone for international calls, a private bath with marble vanity and a hairdryer. Each cabin also has full air conditioning and temperature control. In the cabin, you will find a workspace for reviewing your day's travels or referencing field guides for information about wild life in the Galapagos Islands.

Enjoy views of the islands from the lounge and bar areas on the main deck of the Silver Galapagos. Relaxing in the ship's library, you can read books about the islands and their natural history, extensive maps and charts, contemporary literature, and an extensive collection of the classics. The library also houses the video collection for you to watch in your cabin.

The kitchen on-board creates exciting selections three meals a day. Breakfast and lunch are buffet style and offer both local and international dishes. Lunch is usually served on deck to take advantage of the beautiful mid-day weather. A more upscale seated dinner is served every night in the dining room.

Itinerary "A" 8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS

Day Itinerary
Sat am: Baltra Island
pm: Bahia Sullivan, Santiago Island
Sun am: Bartholomew Island
pm: Beach Espumilla, Santiago Island
Mon am: Punta Vicente Roca, Isabela Island
pm: Punta Espinoza, Fernandina Island
Tue am: Tagus Cove, Isabela Island
pm: Bahia Elizabeth, Isabela Island
Wed am: Post Office, Floreana Island
pm: Punta Cormorant, Floreana Island
Thu am: Galapaguera - Cerro Colorado, San Cristobal Island
pm: Wizard hill, San Cristobal Island
Fri am: Twin craters, Santa Cruz Island
pm: Charles Darwin Research Station Santa Cruz Island
am: Bachas Beach, Santa Cruz Island and transfer to the airport of Baltra for your flight to mainland.

Itinerary "B" 5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS

Day Itinerary
Sat am: flight to Galapagos
pm: Dragon Hill, Santa Cruz Island
Sun am: El Barranco, Genovesa Island
pm: Darwin Bay, Genovesa Island
Mon am: North Seymour Island
pm: Punta Carrion and El Chato, Santa Cruz Island
Tue am: Punta Pitt, San Cristobal Island
pm: El Junco (highlands) of San Cristobal Island
am: Interpretation Center, San Cristobal Island and transfer to the airport for your flight to mainland.

Itinerary "C" 4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS

Day Itinerary
Wed am: flight to Galapagos
pm: Tijereta Hill, San Cristobal Island
Thu am: Gardner Bay, Espanola Island
pm: Punta Suarez, Espanola Island
Fri am: Charles Darwin Station, Santa Cruz Island
pm: South Plazas, Plazas Island
am: Baltra Island and transfer to the airport for your flight to mainland.

Please contact one of our destinations specialist to check availability and rates.
Prices vary from category of cabin and time of year.

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  • Ocean going cruise ship
  • 1990
  • Deluxe
  • 100 passengers
  • 293.14 feet
  • 50.49 feet
  • 13.23 feet
Gross Tons:
  • 4077 tons
Cruising Speed:
  • 17 knots
  • Main and auxiliary Engines B&W
Electronic Equipment:
  • Radar Furuno FR-1510 Mark III
  • Radar Arpa Furuno FR-2125
  • Navtrac GPS
  • Shipmate Sat. Navigator
  • Echo sounder Simrad
  • Giro Compass Anschuts
  • fire alarm Salwico
  • GMDSS Raytheon Radio
  • Sat. phone Trane and Trane
Certificate of safety and navigation:
  • ISM Certificate
  • SOLAS Passenger Certificate
  • Load Line
  • Marpol (prevention of pollution)
  • Classification RINA (Registro Italiano Navale)