Nemo I accommodates only up to 14 guests and it is highly suitable for water sports enthusiasts and outdoor people (not referring to adrenaline junkies), that love to combine the unforgettable encounters with the Galapagos wildlife with a more adventurous ambiance and a sense of freedom and peace. People that – besides visiting Galapagos Islands – always have dreamed of sailing once in their life, now can kill two birds with one stone.
The rich and spectacular Galapagos wildlife is the most important aspect of every naturalist cruise, but not the single and only factor that paints holiday memories for the rest of your life. MS/C Nemo I contributes truly to a comfortable and pleasant stay as well. We follow fascinating routes in a more adventurous way, accompanied by an excellent naturalist guide, including time to unwind from the well-filled excursion program. Our chef will pamper you with a rich breakfast buffet, snacks, exquisite warm lunch and dinner served in buffet style. During your cruise you can fully enjoy the unstrained ambience and personal service on board.
After a few years of operating diving cruises in Galapagos and around Isla Malpelo (Colombian Pacific), and after an intensive remodellation, sailing catamaran Nemo I is back in Galapagos! And even better than ever. We take you around the remote and most exceptional islands of the archipelago, following original and exclusive routes with flexible duration, starting from 3 nights up to 14 nights cruising. Even our shorter routes visit some of the most impressive out-of-the-way sites! The Nemo I doesn’t specialize on diving cruises any more, though occasionally diving can be booked (especially on Route B). Our present naturalist cruise programs include a wide range of activities as guided hikes, inflatable dinghy-rides, active sailing, adventurous sea kayaking, snorkelling, and interesting visits to giant tortoise breeding projects, interpretive botanic trails and visitor’s centres. You will be impressed observing, photographing and filming the incredibly tame and bustling Galapagos wildlife from different perspectives. You will be closer to nature than ever before!
*** Contact us for promotional prices on 2017!!! ***
– Prices 2017 and 2018.
|Nemo I Prices||Nemo I 2017 Rates||Nemo I 2018 Rates|
|OPTIONAL WETSUIT RENTAL|
|Wetsuit rental rate per person||USD 75||USD 60||USD 60||USD 45||USD 40||USD 35||USD 25||USD 20|
1. All equipments rental must be paid directly on board in cash (US Dollars).
2. To guarantee that we have the right wetsuit size on board, please confirm the required size maximum two weeks prior to departure.
3. Rental rates are subject to change.
– Important Notes –
- All rates are in US Dollars and per person.
- Child discount: 20% of net rate. Only applicable for 1 child under 12 years of age travelling with two adults. Not applicable for last minutes.
- Children of all ages are accepted onboard but parents are held fully responsible for any accident or damage caused.
- Single Supplement: 100% surcharge of net rate.
- Single travelers are allowed to book a Twin cabin on sharing basis. The cabin will be shared with another traveler of the same sex.
- The itinerary is always subject to change and cannot be guaranteed due to any unforeseen circumstances that may occur.
- All rates mentioned are subject to change in the event of local tax increases or other unforeseen circunstances.
– Rates Includes:
Matrimonial/Twin cabin accommodation with private facilities.
All meals, Water, Coffee and Tea.
All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary (itinerary subject to change) with English speaking naturalist guide.
All transfers in Galapagos (airport-yacht-airport transfers in Galapagos are only included if the flight has been booked through us).
Snorkeling gear and use of kayaks at approved sites.
– No Includes:
Roundtrip flight to Galapagos Islands (if the flight has not been booked through us a penalty fee of USD 35 pp applies).
Galapagos National Park entrance fee (USD 100 pp, subject to change).
Transit Control Card (USD 20 pp, subject to change).
Airport transfers in Galapagos (Airport transfers in Galapagos are only included if the roundtrip flight has been booked through us and/or if your arrival is earlier than our scheduled arrival and if your departure flight is later than our scheduled departure).
Soft and alcoholic drinks.
Travel and Medical insurance or other items of personal nature.
– Booking & Payments –
1.- For confirmation a deposit of 30% is required.
3.- Balance due must be completely paid 70 days prior the departure date.
– Cruise Cancellation Policy –
1.- Cancellation made after deposit we will retain US $200, for administrative
expenses per passenger.
2.- 120 – 91 days prior to departure – 30% of the total cruise rate will be retained.
3.- 90 – 61 days prior to departure – 30% of the total cruise rate will be retained.
4.- 60 days or less prior to departure – 100% of the total cruise rate will be retained.
*** Contact us for LAST MINUTE PRICES of 2.016 ***
Nemo I has many combinations to cruise Galapagos Islands.
The camamaran Nemo I has itineraries from 3 nights to 14 nights!
In the next link you can view the multiple itinerary combinations: CLICK HERE!!!
NEMO I TECHNICAL INFO
|Type||Nautitech 82 Sailing Catamaran|
|Class||Tourist Superior Class|
|Construction Year||France, 1996; renovated: 2014|
|Naturalist Guide||1 National Park-certified multilingual naturalist guide|
|Crew||6 experienced, trained and IMO-certified crew-members (International Marine Organization): captain, pilot, sailor, machinist/engineer, cook and bartender/waiter.|
|Length||24,90m / 83ft|
|Width||10m / 33.34ft|
|Number of cabins||7 Twins|
|Cabin Location||Lower Deck: 7 Twins|
|Social Areas||Sun deck, sun terrace, hanging nets at the bow, living room, shaded outside dining (al fresco)|
|Amenities||TV, DVD, small library, 3 solo sea kayaks, 1 large zodiac|
|Machinery||2 engines John Deere 150 HP|
|Cruising speed||10 knots|
|Generators||2 generators – Onan 21 Kva each|
|Electricity||110 V / 220 V (ecological lighting 12V)|
|Air Conditioning||Individually controlled in all cabins|
|Wastewater treatment||2 Raritan waste water treatment systems|