The Grace is a secure vessel that is both spacious and comfortable for those looking for the ultimate nautical adventure in the Galapagos. Designed for 18 passengers, guests can take advantage of the salon with bar, TV/Video system, sun deck with bar, Jacuzzi and sun loungers in the open air of the Archipelago. The dining room is a delightful experience serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffet style. On occasion, meals are also served in the Al-Fresco area. Special menus can be arranged for those with dietary needs, including children’s menus as well. For every 9 passengers, the Grace provides a Naturalist Guide for a more personal experience to interact and acquire the incredible knowledge of the Galapagos. The guides are great with children who organize special activities just for your children. Books are available in the library on board and don’t forget about the available wet suits, snorkeling gear, and sea kayaks.
DIVING – SNORKELING
- Snorkeling: Equipment included (mask, snorkel, fins and wetsuit).
- Diving possible: Available on naturalist tours at extra cost, note: regular island activities will be missed whilst you dive.
- Length: 145 Feet
- Beam: 22 feet
- Speed: 11 knots
- Crew: 13
- Capacity: 18 passengersc.ov
|8 DAYS – FOLLOWING IN DARWIN’S FOOTSTEPS|
|SATURDAY:||Baltra: Transfer from the airport, Daphne Island|
|SUNDAY:||Santa Fe Island, South Plaza Island|
|MONDAY:||Genovesa: Prince Phillip Steps, Darwin Bay Beach|
|TUESDAY:||Fernandina Island: Espinoza Point, Isabela Island: Urbina Bay|
|WEDNESDAY:||Isabela Island: Tagus Cove, Vicente Roca Point, Abermarle Point|
|THURSDAY:||Santiago: Espumilla Beach or Buccaneer’s Cove, James Bay|
|FRIDAY:||Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station, Pit Craters, Highlands|
|SATURDAY:||San Cristobal Island: Interpretation Centre, transfer to the airport|