• Overview
  • Itinerary
  • Trip Includes
  • Trip Excludes
  • FAQ
  • Cruiser Anahi, is a luxurious yacht with spacious rooms, large windows.
  • It sails at 10 knots which helps you to reach your destination quickly.
  • Sleeps up to 16 passengers, if small luxury is your thing, this is the option for you.
  • Anahi catamaran social areas include: library, TV-DVD room, comfortable dining room and lounge area, a charming bar, ample sundeck with comfy chairs, and a large jacuzzi for six people.


  • Type of Ship: motor Catamaran
  • Category: first Class
  • Year of Renovation: 2021
  • Capacity: 16 Guests
  • Navigation Speed: 10 Knots
  • Crew Members: 8 Crew Members + Naturalist Guide


  • Length: 90.50 feet / 27.60 m
  • Beam: 36.08 feet / 11 m
  • Main Engines: 2 x John Deere IMO 300 HP each one
  • Electric System: 2 generators of 50 kw (IMO) (110v y 220v. AC)
  • Water Capacity 3000 gal. and an additional water machine with capacity of 1000 gl/ day
  • Diesel Capacity: 200 gallons
  • Construction Material: glass fiber
  • Interiors: wooden flooring
  • Exteriors: teak wood flooring
  • 148 miles Radar
  • Echosounder
  • GPS
  • One VHF Radio
  • Magnetic Compass
  • 2 rigid life rafts with capacity for 15 passengers each
  • 30 SOLAS life jackets
  • Fire and smoke detectors
  • Complete fire detection system
  • 2 zodiac rafts with capacity for 10 passenger each

Our safety equipment complies with international Coast Guard regulations.


Itinerary for 8 days - B2



Baltra: Transfer from the airport, Santa Cruz: Bachas Beach


Genovesa: Darwin Bay, El Barranco


South Plaza Island, Santa Fe Island


San Cristobal: Pitt Point, Kicker Rock, Lobos Island


San Cristobal: El Junco Lagoon, Tortoise Breeding Center, Interpretation Centre, Tijeretas Hill


Española: Suarez Point, Gardner Bay


Floreana: Cormorant Point, Devil's Crown, Post Office Bay, Haven of Peace


Santa Cruz: Charles Darwin Station, Baltra: Transfer to the airport

  • Meals: From lunch on Day 1, until breakfast on the final day.
  • Accommodation with private bathroom.
  • Excursions as listed in the itinerary, with a certified naturalist bilingual guide (Spanish/English).
  • Snorkel equipment *Depending on the cruise.
  • Drinking water, tea, coffee, snacks.
  • Entrance fees Galapagos:
  • Galapagos National Park $100 pp (subject to change).
  • Galapagos transit control card $20 pp (subject to change).
  • Isabela docking fee $15 pp *Depending on the cruise.
  • Santa Cruz Highland Tortoises Ranch $5 *Depending on the cruise.
  • Bus ticket Baltra Airport / Itabaca channel – $5
  • Flight Quito/Guayaquil – Galapagos – Quito/Guayaquil.
  • Airport transfers in Quito or Guayaquil.
  • Singles supplement
  • Alcoholic beverages & colas (there is a bar on board).
  • Tips for guides and crew.
  • Any other personal expenses.

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