The Nemo I (also known as the Nemo Martinica) is a 14-passenger sailing catamaran, offering a unique cruising experience in the Galapagos Archipelago. The catamaranTour Details
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The Nemo I (also known as the Nemo Martinica) is a 14-passenger sailing catamaran, offering a unique cruising experience in the Galapagos Archipelago. The catamaran was designed and built in France by Dufour & Sparks. On this catamaran you will experience the Galapagos Archipelago to its fullest. Most social areas are open deck spaces where you will constantly enjoy the most spectacular views of the islands and their volcanic rock formations. These areas include various lounges and catamaran netting at the front. Meals are served in the indoor and outdoor dining areas. When weather conditions permit we can turn off the engines and raise the sails, navigating silently through one the world’s natural wonders.
The Nemo I is a sailing catamaran with many years of operational experience at the Galapagos Islands. If weather conditions are optimal during your cruise, the sails might be raised for a unique sailing navigation.
Double bed cabins are available for couples, or twin bunks in the other cabins. All offer ensuite bathroom and air conditioning.
Perhaps the biggest pull of the Nemo I yacht are her fantastic social areas, including indoor & al fresco dining, open deck social areas, and the option to relax on the netting over the water as you cruise.
With capacity for just 14 guests, the Nemo 1 offers a very private Galapagos experience with a great guest to guide ratio, as well as the stability of larger vessels.
- Length: 24.90 meters
- Beam: 10 meters
- Speed: 10 knots
- Crew: 6 members + 1 guide
- Capacity: 14 passengers
- Number of cabins: 7 Cabins - Cabins 1 & 2: 1 double bed, Cabins 3,4,5 & 6: 1 lower double bed & 1 upper single bed, Cabin 7: 1 upper bunk bed & 1 lower bunk bed
- Private bathroom for each cabin
- Air conditioning
- Room towels
- Beach towels
- Lounge area
- Dining area
- All meals, water, coffee and (herbal) tea
- Bilingual national park guide
- Snorkeling gear and use of kayaks at approved sites.
- Fuel surcharge
- Accomodation double cabins with private bathroom
- Flight ticket
- Soft and alcoholic drinks
- $100 (Subject to change) Galapagos National Park entrance fee
- Galapagos Transit Control Card ($20)
- Wet suit US 5 p.p. per day
- Cancellation/medical insurance
- Tips and personal expenses
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