We own three expedition ships in the Galapagos Islands: The M/V Galapagos Legend (for 100 guests), the M/Y Coral I and M/Y Coral II (for 36 & 20 guests respectively). We offer spacious decks, comfortable lounging areas and a wide variety of cabin and suites. Your comfort and enjoyment is our priority.
For us at GO Galapagos – Ecuador, safety is preponderant. Our fleet complies with the official requirements of the Galapagos National Park as well as local and international maritime authorities. We adhere to a strict policy of ethical treatment and protection towards the fragile environments in which we operate.
Among the international codes and certifications from International Maritime Organizations we do abide by: International Safety Management (ISM) Code, DOC Certificate (document of compliance) according to the International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), Safety Management Certificate (SMC), International Ship Security Certificate (ISSC), MARPOL´s International Oil Pollution Prevention (IOPP) and the Galapagos National Park license and certificate, enabling and categorizing our operation as safe, eco-friendly and pollution-free.
We have the best crew & guides!
The Go Galapagos crew and guides are an enthusiastic multilingual staff with a multidisciplinary background, and that are driven by a passion for organizing and creating the most value-rich travel experiences. They will ensure that every detail on your vacation is of the highest quality to make the most of it out of the entire cruise trip. When you travel with Us, you know you’re in good hands, we offer you 24/7 support and the extensive expertise of our staff and guides.
There is a cruise ship for everyone. Going through the island the preferred ships are the smallest ones due to their coziness and comfort. It is easier to make friends and share experiences, as well as, having a more personalized service on and off board.
Wake up into new landscapes and be ready to see animals that you have only seen in books, dive or snorkel in the pristine ecosystems of the Pacific Ocean. Starting a new day in the Galapagos is living a day of adventure and unforgettable experiences.
|08h00||Visit to the Island. Hiking, snorkelling.
Landing: wet, Terrain: flat, Difficulty: intermediate
|11h00||Back to the ship|
|14h30||Special activity; leisure time, lecture or deep-water snorkeling|
|16h00||Visit to the Island. Hiking, dinghy ride, kayaking.
Landing: dry, Terrain: steep & lava, Difficulty: intermediate
|18h00||Back on board|
|18h00||Ice cream festival, BBQ, or scheduled activities on board|
|21h00||Karaoke, Neptune Party, Stargazing or scheduled night entertainment|
What kind of weather can we find in the Galapagos Islands?
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). View climate page
What time zone is used in Galápagos?
Local time in Galápagos is (GMT -6) one hour less than in Ecuador’s mainland. In our yachts and vessels, we work with Ecuador’s mainland time.
What’s the procedure if I prepaid the Galapagos National Park Tax?
A stamp placed on your GO – KT envelope will confirm that you have prepaid this tax, otherwise you will need to pay it at passport control in Galapagos upon arrival only in cash.