The Beagle yacht is an impressive 105 foot schooner with teak decks and a charming interior. A very popular and highly-regarded yacht at the Galapagos Islands, perfect for relaxed and comfortable cruising.

GENERAL INFORMATION

 Class   Tourist Superior
Capacity 14 passengers
Construction year  
Refurbished in  
Type Motor sail boat
Guide level Galapagos Naturalist guide level II or III
Length 33 m/ 105 ft
Width 6.8 m/ 22 ft
Cabins Lower Deck: 7 double cabins
Airco Yes, in all cabins, social areas, kitchen, bridge and the engine room, with individual regulation and with compressors that have the newest technology with a certification for using in protected areas.
Snorkel equipment & wetsuits The snorkeling equipment (mask, tube, fins) and wet-suits is included in the rate. 
Other Sun deck


DECK PLAN:

boat-schematics

PICTURES OF THE BEAGLE:

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ITINERARIES
The Beagle only has 8 days itineraries, one that is going to the Central and Southern islands and the other is going to the Northern and Western Islands.

8 DAYS – Central – Southern Islands

Tuesday Baltra, Charles Darwin Station
Wednesday Floreana: Puerto Velasco Ibarra, Punta Cormorant
Thursday Española: Punta Suaréz, Gardner Bay
Friday San Cristobal: Punta Pitt, Isla Lobos
Saturday Santa Fe, South Plazas
Sunday North Seymour, Bartolome
Monday Sombrero Chino, Santa Cruz. Cerro Dragon
Tuesday Black turtle cove, Baltra


8 DAYS – Western Islands

Tuesday Baltra, Bachas
Wednesday Genovesa: Prince Philip Steps, Darwin Bay
Thursday Santiago: Puerto Egas, pm sailing time
Friday Isabela: Punta Vicente Roca, Tagus Cove
Saturday Fernandina: Punta Espinosa, Isabela: Urbina Bay
Sunday Isabela: Elizabeth Bay, Punta Moreno
Monday Isabela: Galapaguera tortoise breeding centre, Sierra Negra Volcano
Tuesday Twin craters, Baltra


INCLUDED
All meals on board of the cruise from lunch on day 1 to breakfast on last cruise day
All activities as described with a bilingual naturalist guide
Water, tea, coffee unlimited

Snorkeling equipment
Accommodation in a double room with a private bathroom
Airport transfers in Galapagos (when your flights arrive on the same day as start date of the cruise and when your flight leaves the same day as the end date of your cruise)
24/7 Dutch, English & Spanish assistance

NOT INCLUDED
Flights from/to Galapagos (we can also book the flights for you)
Galapagos National Park entrance fee: $100 p.p.
Migratory Control Card: $20 p.p.
Isabela dock fee $5 p.p. (if the itinerary includes Isabela island)
Water taxis (from and to the shore)
Wet-suits rent
Alcoholic drinks
Personal expenses
Optional tips for the guide
Personal travel insurance

PRICE
Please contact us for the up to date prices

It is possible that during high season the prices increase or that some time before departure the prices decreases and that it becomes a last minute deal.

ADVANTAGES OF BOOKING WITH REBECCA ADVENTURE TRAVEL

  • 0% Credit card fee for Last Minute Cruises: for customers who book a cruise with Rebecca Adventure Travel, the quoted price is the final one. There is no extra charge for the credit card payment.
  • Personal attention: the team would like to get to know the customers so they can create the perfect holiday;
  • The staff: the staff use their passion and own travel experiences to create tours of high quality;
  • Authenticity: the tours are personally selected by Rebecca and are a unique and authentic experience;
  • Tailor made: tell the team your preferences and they will create an unforgettable experience;
  • 24/7 assistance: our team can be contacted 24/7 by phone in case of emergencies or unexpected situations (they speak English, Spanish and Dutch!);
  • Insurances: customers will be traveling safely with Rebecca Adventure Travel because they are insured by Dutch guarantee funds (GGTO & VvKR).

*It is important that you will have current travel insurance including personal medical insurance. Please inform us of any known medical conditions you have.
*The operator reserves the right to change the itinerary without previous notice due to weather, National Park regulations or notifications and unforeseeable circumstances.