The Beluga is a remarkable and spacious yacht that offers an extraordinary way to explore the magnificent Galapagos Islands. With its modern and comfortable design, this yacht provides an exceptional experience for travelers seeking both adventure and luxury. The Beluga offers meticulously planned itineraries that allow guests to immerse themselves in the extraordinary biodiversity, unspoiled landscapes, and rich history of the Galapagos archipelago. Whether you're unwinding on the expansive sun deck, snorkeling in the crystalline waters, or observing the diverse wildlife, the Beluga promises an unforgettable journey through these captivating islands. Embark on a voyage of discovery in the Galapagos aboard the Beluga for a blend of luxury and adventure, creating memories to last a lifetime
Cruise: Beluga Yacht
Arrival: Baltra Island
Departures: Quito / Guayaquil
Activities: hike, exploration
panga ride, swimming
# guests: 10
Guide: Bilingual naturalist guide
english / spanish
Transport: car, ship
Islands: Baltra, Genovesa, Santa Cruz Floreana, Española, San Cristobal
Activity level: Low
# days: 8,6,5,4
Construction: 1996, Galapagos Islands.
Motor: 2 John Deere (175 HP).
Generator: 2 x yanmar 110 V.
Electricity: 110 V / 220 V
Air – aconditioned: All the cabins and indoor areas
Navigation: Radar, Echosounder, GPS,and all marine electronics
Length: 70 Feet.
Speed: 9 Knots.
Accomodation: 8 double cabins (upper and lower beds)with private facilities.
Social areas: Dining room, living room, sundeck and entertaiment center.
Crew: 8 + 1 bilingual Naturalist Guide
Visit the Enchanted Galapagos Islands
Itineraries Beluga Yacht
Sunday – Baltra’s Airport / Santa Cruz Island – Las Bachas Beach
Monday – Genovesa Island – Darwin Bay – Prince Philip’s Steps
Tuesday – Bartolome Island / Santiago Island – Sullivan Bay
Wednesday – Santa Cruz Island – Black Turtle Cove – Dragon Hill
Thursday – Santa Cruz Island – Charles Darwin Station – Highlands
Friday – Floreana Island – Post office Bay – Cormorant Point – Devil’s Crown
Saturday – Española Island – Suarez Point – Gardner Bay
Sunday – San Cristobal Island – Lobos Island – San Cristobal Airport