The Seaman Journey has everything you need for a fantastic Galapagos Cruise. The catamaran features nine large, comfortable double cabins with outside views, private bathrooms,Tour Details
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The Seaman Journey has everything you need for a fantastic Galapagos Cruise. The catamaran features nine large, comfortable double cabins with outside views, private bathrooms, hot water, a locker and closet. The spacious rooms each have full air-conditioning and individual climate control. On-board you’ll also find a comfortable dining room, two bars, a lounge, library, TV/DVD, stereo, first aid, an ice maker, observation deck, a water purifier and spacious sundeck with chairs for relaxing in the sea breeze.
The Seaman Journey catamaran offers superior comfort, size, style, and cruising stability.
Social areas aboard the Seaman Journey were completely refurbished in late 2019 reaching new levels of comfort for Galapagos cruises. Areas include: dining room, two bars, lounge area, library, TV/DVD, stereo, first aid point, ice maker, and water purifier.
The beautiful and well equipped cabins all have lower beds, windows with outside views, private bathroom, hot water, locker and closet, as well as air-conditioning with individual climate control. Comfortable social areas aboard the Seaman Journey include: dining room, two bars, lounge area, library, TV/DVD, stereo, first aid point, ice maker, and water purifier.
Sea kayaks are available on board for guest use, be sure to reserve in advance if interested.
- Length: 27.6m / 90 Feet
- Beam: 11m / 36.08 Feet
- Speed: 12 knots
- Crew: 8 + guide
- Capacity: 16 passengers
- Number of cabins: 6 standard twin cabins main deck, 2 suites upper deck.
- Private bathroom
- Air conditioning
- Room towels
- Beach towels
- Hair dryer
- 110v Electricity point in cabin and 220v in social areas
- Safe deposit box
- Lounge area
- Reading Material
- TV/DVD - Communal
- Wetsuits for hire
- All meals and activities throughout the cruise
- Bilingual national park guide
- Water, coffee and tea
- Transfers in the Galapagos
- Snorkeling gear (mask, snorkel and fins)
- Fuel surcharge
- Flight Tickets
- $100 (Subject to change) Galapagos National Park entrance fee
- $20 Transit Control Card
- Soft and alcoholic beverages consumed on board
- Wet suit
- Cancellation/medical insurance
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