Treasure of Galapagos
The Treasure of Galapagos is a fine choice for visitors seeking a cruise on a small, intimate and modern catamaran with plenty of facilities.
The Treasure of Galápagos is a small, stable catamaran with surprisingly large guest cabins and a good range of facilities, including a shady bar, loungers and a Jacuzzi on the sundeck.
All the nine air-conditioned cabins (either twin beds or one double) have contemporary design and furnishings with sofa and small desk, and one of the advantages which make it a more attractive choice than some other mid-range vessels is the fact that each suite has its own small private outdoor balcony with table and chairs, where you can sit before breakfast to survey a new island where you may have arrived overnight, or relax after a shore excursion.
The ship is equipped with complimentary kayaks and snorkelling equipment so you can enjoy the marine environment from a more intimate perspective.
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