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Expedition Yachts

These gorgeous comfortable twin yachts offer charming areas distributed on three decks, with both open and interior spaces, allowing you to have an intimate expedition experience. With a capacity for 36 and 20 guests respectively, there is no doubt that the thrill and comfort are guaranteed.

  • Intimate expedition experience enjoying the signature Go Galapagos´ quality & standards.
  • Outside decks and a Jacuzzi area to relax and be part of the islands nature.
  • Comfortable interior areas to socialize with friends & family.
  • Be delighted by the Ecuadorian and international cuisine served in our restaurant and be part of a BBQ dinner served on the Moon deck. Enjoy a spectacular sunset with the Enchanted Islands as a background.
  • Special charter rates for 16, 20, 30 and 36 passengers, available upon request.


4 Days / 3 Nights



Baltra Airport

PM Charles Darwin Research Station &

Fausto Llerena Breeding Center

(Santa Cruz Island)


AM Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz Island)

PM Bartolome Island


AM Rabida Island

PM Buccaneer Cove & Espumilla Beach

(Santiago Island)


AM. Back Turtle Cove (Santa Cruz Island)

Baltra Airport


Take advantage of all the fun features that GO Galapagos by Klein Tours includes within your unique experience of the Enchanted Islands:

• All-inclusive cruises of 3, 4, 7, 10 and up to 14 nights, accommodation in sea view cabinswith air-conditioning & private facilities.

• Open decks to observe flora and fauna, brie?ngs, lectures and activities on board.

• All meals included, plus welcome & farewell cocktails, BBQ dinner and 24/7 hours selfservice coffee, tea & snacks

• Two daily excursions to the islands, multilingual speaking naturalist guides English-Spanish (French, German, Italian, available upon request), snorkeling opportunities, Glass Bottom

Boat available and optional DIVING.

• Free Shuttle service: from Quito/Guayaquil Airport-roundtrip: when a domestic flight is purchased in combination with GO Cruises. *1)


Cabin Category


Number of cabines

3 Nights


4 Nigths


7 Nigths

Sun & web

Coral I

Coral II








Stardard Plus















Not included


Price per person in US$ subject to change:

Air ticket from Quito / Guayaquil to Galapagos: $449 per adult, $315 per child under 12 years of age, issued by GO in connection with cruise schedules, pre-arranging logistics, luggage and passengers transfers from airports to port-ship and back, documentation to Galapagos.

Fuel surcharge: $50 x 3/4 nights, $100 x 7 nights, $150 x 10/11 nights and $200 x 14 nights cruise.

Entrance fee to Galapagos: $100 adult, $50 children under 12 years of age, to be paid in cash upon arrival in Galapagos. If requested this tax can be invoiced by GO.

CGG Migration Control Card: $20 per person.

Tips, medical services, travel insurance and others not specified. Supplements and discounts:

Single accommodation: 50% supplement (75% on holiday season).

Triple accommodation (one double bed plus sofa): 25% for the third adult, 50% for one child under 12 years of age.

Quadruple accommodation: 50% for two children under 12 years of age sharing cabin with two full fare paying guests, available only on Junior Suites at the M/V Galapagos Legend.

Group or charter rates: available upon request.

• To guarantee a speci?c type of cabin in High Occupancy Departures 75% *2).

Optional on board plus taxes (net per person in US$ subject to change):

• Wet suits rental: $25 for 3/4 night cruises, $50 x 7, 10, 11 nights, $75 x 14 night cruises.

• Kayak rental: $30 per use, per person.

• Internet plans available upon request starting at 100MB or unlimited WhatsApp. (M/V Galapagos Legend only)

• Inquire about our alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage packages.

• Tips: as a suggestion, per day, per person $20 for crew / $10 for naturalistic guide.

Yacht assignment for M/Y Coral I and M/Y Coral II and cabin number is within the sole discretion of GO considering factors such as charters, groups, languages, age, interest, etc.

Extended cruises: 7 or more nights on board might require change of vessel during the cruise between M/Y Coral I and M/Y Coral II or M/V Galapagos Legend. *Cruises of 10, 11 and 14 nights also available at a discounted rate.


* Note *1): If any other air service than the one given by GO in connection with the Galapagos cruise is used, an operational non-refundable fee of $90 net per person will be charged in order to provide the dinghy ride to /from our fleet. GO is not responsible if passengers miss the cruise due to independent arrangements.


* Note *2): During High Occupancy Departures (HOD) cabin category for double share, single and triple accommodation cannot be guaranteed. Go Galapagos by Klein Tours will do its outmost to provide the requested cabin, however, if it is not possible, assignment will be round of the boat based. GO will refund the proportional amount due to price difference in alternative category and accommodation given, if any. Go Galapagos by Klein Tours” General Conditions, rates and its updates: Published at are applicable at the date of travel. Rates subject to change valid until December 2018. Rates are guaranteed for the stated period, unless there are steep increases in prices for fuel and logistics, international or local policies and government regulations, exchange rate fluctuations or any other event affecting the operation beyond GO’s control.



Accessibility & Restrictions

Travel Insurance

You will be in a sunny year round destination; the warmest months are from December to June. January to March can be hot and humid, but also mostly green at this time. The months from July to November are cooler. The average year-round temperature is 24°C. (76°F).

Month by Month


  • Espanola’s Island : Adult male marine iguanas become brightly colored to attract mates.
  • Green sea turtles start laying eggs on beaches.
  • Land birds begin to nest.
  • Hatching of Giant tortoises’ eggs.
  • Weather: wet and humid.


  • Greater flamingos start nesting on Floreana Island.
  • Penguins migrate away from Bartolome Island to cooler waters of Isabella and Fernandina Island.
  • Nazca boobies end their nesting season.
  • In Santa Cruz Island, marine iguanas start nesting.
  • Weather: water and air temperatures rise due to the rainy season.


  • Marine Iguanas nest on Fernandina and North Seymour Islands.
  • The waved albatross of Española start arriving.
  • Frigate birds mating season starts on San Cristobal and Genovesa islands.
  • Perfect time for snorkeling.
  • Weather: warm and rainy.


  • Sea turtles, marine iguanas and land iguanas nesting.
  • Waved albatross come back to Española Island and begin nesting.
  • Waved albatrosses begin their courtship.
  • Weather: Rainy season comes to an end.


  • Waved albatross lay eggs on Española Island.
  • Blue-footed boobies begin their world known courtship.
  • Galalpagos sea lions start mating.
  • Due to the lack of rain during the months of April and May, the arid zone hanges from green to brown, only the highlands remain green.
  • Weather: water and air temperatures start getting cooler.


  • Whale sharks may be seen in the northwestern islands toward the end of the month.
  • Male frigatebirds begin their courtship by inflating their red pouches.
  • Santa Cruz giant tortoises migrate to lowlands searching for good nesting-places.
  • Humpback whales can be seen around the islands.
  • Due to the lack of rain during the months of April and May, the arid zone changes from green to brown, only the highlands remain green.
  • Weather: rare rain with temperatures getting cooler, the start of the “dry season.”


  • Nesting season for blue-footed boobies begin.
  • American oystercatchers on Española, and other coastal birds nest on Santiago.
  • Start of sea lion breeding season.
  • Greater flamingos begin their courtship with a “dance.”
  • Nesting starts of flightless cormorants.
  • Near Darwin and Wolf Islands, whale sharks can be spotted.
  • On Española, blue-footed bobby’s chicks, eggs and juveniles can be observed.
  • Lava lizards mating season initiate and continue until November.
  • Weather: July and August are the months with strongest winds due to cold currents (Humbolt).


  • Sea lions give birth during this time especially on the western and central islands.
  • On Santiago and Española islands the courtship of the Galapagos hawks start.
  • Nazca boobies and swallow-tailed gulls nest on Genovesa.
  • Frigatebirds’ eggs start hatching.
  • Giant tortoises go back to the highlands after laying their eggs.
  • Weather: coolest air and water temperatures.


  • You can spot Galapagos penguins during their courtship on Bartolome Island and continue until December.
  • Seabirds at nesting sites can be seen.
  • Near the northwest islands, humpback whales or whale sharks can be seeing migrating.
  • A good month to see baby sea lions.
  • Weather: peak of light rainy season.


  • Blue-footed booby chicks can be seen on Española and Isabella.
  • Lava herons begin to nest.
  • Galapagos fur sea lions mating season begins.
  • Weather: windy and dry.


  • The opportunity of seeing whale sharks in the far northwest of the Islands.
  • Green sea turtle mating season starts.
  • Galapagos sea lion pups are born.
  • Great for swimming and snorkeling with baby sea lions.
  • Weather: start of the warm season


  • Baby giant tortoises start hatching.
  • Young waved-albatross migrate to return in March.
  • Land iguanas begin mating.
  • Sea lions and fur sea lions breeding.
  • Great time to observe land birds: finches, doves. Don’t forget binoculars.
  • Weather: sunshine and hot to enjoy the water.
PRICING (Per Person)
Actual Package Price$ 1662.00
Administration Fee$ 1662.00
Package Price$ 3324

Additional Facilities / Services

   $ 3324