Isabela II Galapagos Ship


Isabela II Galapagos Ship

Galapagos Islands


5 -15


Starting at
$3399 USD


For more sensitive and motion sickness travelers, it’s a good idea to consider larger vessels, since smaller ones tend to be less stable and may not contain a medical bay or medical staff. Still, travelers may worry that bigger means sacrificing personal space and comfort, that’s why Isabella II is a perfect choice. It offers space for 40 passengers for a total of 20 cabins, each with private bathroom.
Each excursion will allow for a maximum of 11 to 14 guests, always accompanied by a naturalist guide, bringing a more personalized experience.

Since being launched in 1979, Isabella has catered to many types of customers, striving to give only the highest standard of service, and that is why the staff has remained almost unchanged and constantly trained, including sustainability and a solid recycling routine and environmentally friendly practices, and the vessel itself has welcome many changes to reach all possible practices of responsibility, both in terms of safety and energy.
Isabella staff even includes trained chefs, that not only will serve lavish meals and buffets, but can also adapt to guest with food restrictions.

Of course, let’s not forget the most important aspect. You will be able to explore the islands in reduced hiking groups, on its panga rides, glass-bottom boats and kayaks, and request snorkeling gear. Isabella has an activity leader watching for the best opportunities to explore and find the most relevant species depending on your desired route, plus a stargazing program and natural history lectures.

Finally, it’s hard to imagine such a dream like cruise without leisure time, and that is why you will be able to count on its social and lounge areas, and exquisite sundeck with jacuzzi and a bar area. You will too be able to access a fitness room, a library full of specialized books and field guides about the natural history of the Galapagos archipelago, a gift-shop and computer room, and of course, a fully equipped infirmary with attention at all times.

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Technical Specifications

Type: Expedition cruise ship
Capacity: 40 Passengers
Length: 55.94 Meters / 183 Feet
Beam: 11.58 Meter / 38 Feet
Max speed: 10 Knots
Guide: Level 2 & 3
Crew: 26 + 3 guides
Balconies: Not available
Decks: 3 Decks
Last refurbish: 2014
Reconstruted in: Pensacola, florida
Lifeboats: Two 20-man, one 25-man

Layout: 2 Decks / 20 Cabins
Cabin deck: Classic cabin 1 to 10 / 16 to 21 – Twins
Cabin deck: Classic family cabin 11,12 – Double/Triple
Cabin deck: Standard cabin 14, 15 – Singles
Main deck: Owner’s cabin = Double
Beds layout: Twins, doubles & triples

Private bathrooms
Hot showers
Air conditioning
Toiletries / Towels
Hair dryer
110v electricity
Lifeguard vest
In-Room Safe deposit
Conference room
Gift shop
Fitness room
Internet station

Sundeck – Solarium
Interior lounge areas
Bar – Lounge
Hot tub / Jacuzzi
TV/DVD – Center
Natural history library
Satellite phone 
Al fresco dining area
Medical station
Exterior verandas
Glass bottom boat

Isabela II Features, Decks & Notices

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Main Features

• Air conditioned cabins
• Private bathrooms
• Certified naturalist guide
• Kayaks & jacuzzi available aboard
• Snorkel equipment included
• Single, twin, double & triple cabins
• Medical care aboard

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Minors Aboard Cruise

• Minimum Age: 6 years old
• Eligible Age: under 12 years
• Eligible Discount: 25% (1 child per adult paying full fare) sharing a cabin with parents
• Restriction: Not available in peak seasons

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Expenses Aboard

• On board payments for bar, cash & credit card
• PC station rental
• Wetsuit rental
• Wi-Fi connection rental
• Tipping (optional but expected) cash only

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Notices & Cruise Details

• Single supplement: 100%
• Accommodation based on 2 guests per cabin
I• Inquire your trip advisor for discounts & offers

Itineraries, inclusions & exclusions are subject to change by the Galapagos National Park or ship management.

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Inclusions & Exclusions

Itineraries 2019


• MON Baltra: Transfer from the airport, Santa Cruz: Charles Darwin Research Station
• TUE Santa Fe Island, South Plazas Island
• WED North Seymour Island, Santa Cruz Island: Bachas
• THU Bartholomew Island, Santiago: Sullivan Bay
• FRI Baltra: Transfer to the airport

Odyssey Itineraries


• FRI Baltra: Transfer from the airport, Santa Cruz: Charles Darwin Research Station
• SAT Floreana: Post Office Bay & Baroness Cove, Cormorant Point
• SUN Española: Suarez Point, Gardner Bay
• MON San Cristobal: Pitt Point, Witch Hill
• TUE San Cristobal: Transfer to the airport

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• TUE San Cristobal: Transfer from the airport, Colorado Hill
• WED Genovesa: Prince Philip’s Steps, Darwin Bay
• THU Santiago: Buccaneer Cove, Egas Port
• FRI Fernandina: Espinoza Point, Isabela: Tagus Cove
• SAT Isabela: Urbina Bay, Vicente Roca Point
• SUN Rabida Island, Santa Cruz: Dragon Hill
• MON Baltra: Transfer to the airport

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