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Enjoy a blissful snorkeling trip.
$1,770
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Central Islands I

4 Day Itinerary aboard Fragata
Activities: Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
Cruise Details
Chinese Hat (Sombrero Chino) Island, Galapagos
$2,195
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Central Islands II

5 Day Itinerary aboard Fragata
Activities: Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
Cruise Details
Elizabeth Bay, Isabela Island, Galapagos, Sea Lion
$2,195
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Central Islands III

5 Day Itinerary aboard Fragata
Activities: Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
Cruise Details
Punto Egas, Santiago Island, Galapagos
$6,575
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Islands Circumnavigation I

15 Day Itinerary aboard Fragata
Activities: Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
Cruise Details
Chinese Hat (Sombrero Chino) Island, Galapagos
$6,575
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Islands Circumnavigation II

15 Day Itinerary aboard Fragata
Activities: Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
Cruise Details
$3,475
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North and South

8 Day Itinerary aboard Fragata
Activities: Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
Cruise Details
Chinese Hat (Sombrero Chino) Island, Galapagos
$3,475
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Western Islands

8 Day Itinerary aboard Fragata
Activities: Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
Cruise Details
2016
EmbarksDays 
Dec 0915Islands Circumnavigation II
Dec 095Central Islands II
Dec 098Western Islands
Dec 125Central Islands III
Dec 134Central Islands I
Dec 168North and South
Dec 1615Islands Circumnavigation I
Dec 238Western Islands
Dec 2315Islands Circumnavigation II
Dec 235Central Islands II
Dec 265Central Islands III
Dec 274Central Islands I
Dec 308North and South
Dec 3015Islands Circumnavigation I
2017
EmbarksDays 
Jan 068Western Islands
Jan 065Central Islands II
Jan 0615Islands Circumnavigation II
Jan 095Central Islands III
Jan 104Central Islands I
Jan 138North and South
Jan 1315Islands Circumnavigation I
Jan 208Western Islands
Jan 205Central Islands II
Jan 2015Islands Circumnavigation II
Jan 235Central Islands III
Jan 244Central Islands I
Jan 2715Islands Circumnavigation I
Jan 278North and South
Feb 038Western Islands
Feb 035Central Islands II
Feb 0315Islands Circumnavigation II
Feb 065Central Islands III
Feb 074Central Islands I
Feb 1015Islands Circumnavigation I
Feb 108North and South
Feb 178Western Islands
Feb 175Central Islands II
Feb 1715Islands Circumnavigation II
Feb 205Central Islands III
Feb 214Central Islands I
Feb 2415Islands Circumnavigation I
Feb 248North and South
Mar 038Western Islands
Mar 035Central Islands II
Mar 0315Islands Circumnavigation II
Mar 065Central Islands III
Mar 074Central Islands I
Mar 1015Islands Circumnavigation I
Mar 108North and South
Mar 178Western Islands
Mar 175Central Islands II
Mar 1715Islands Circumnavigation II
Mar 205Central Islands III
Mar 214Central Islands I
Mar 248North and South
Mar 2415Islands Circumnavigation I
Mar 318Western Islands
Mar 315Central Islands II
Mar 3115Islands Circumnavigation II
Apr 035Central Islands III
Apr 044Central Islands I
Apr 078North and South
Apr 0715Islands Circumnavigation I
Apr 148Western Islands
Apr 145Central Islands II
Apr 1415Islands Circumnavigation II
Apr 175Central Islands III
Apr 184Central Islands I
Apr 218North and South
Apr 2115Islands Circumnavigation I
Apr 2815Islands Circumnavigation II
Apr 288Western Islands
Apr 285Central Islands II
May 015Central Islands III
May 024Central Islands I
May 058North and South
May 0515Islands Circumnavigation I
May 125Central Islands II
May 1215Islands Circumnavigation II
May 128Western Islands
May 155Central Islands III
May 164Central Islands I
May 198North and South
May 1915Islands Circumnavigation I
May 265Central Islands II
May 2615Islands Circumnavigation II
May 268Western Islands
May 295Central Islands III
May 304Central Islands I
Jun 028North and South
Jun 0215Islands Circumnavigation I
Jun 098Western Islands
Jun 095Central Islands II
Jun 0915Islands Circumnavigation II
Jun 125Central Islands III
Jun 134Central Islands I
Jun 168North and South
Jun 1615Islands Circumnavigation I
Jun 238Western Islands
Jun 235Central Islands II
Jun 2315Islands Circumnavigation II
Jun 265Central Islands III
Jun 274Central Islands I
Jun 308North and South
Jun 3015Islands Circumnavigation I
Jul 078Western Islands
Jul 075Central Islands II
Jul 0715Islands Circumnavigation II
Jul 105Central Islands III
Jul 114Central Islands I
Jul 148North and South
Jul 1415Islands Circumnavigation I
Jul 218Western Islands
Jul 215Central Islands II
Jul 2115Islands Circumnavigation II
Jul 245Central Islands III
Jul 254Central Islands I
Jul 288North and South
Jul 2815Islands Circumnavigation I
Aug 048Western Islands
Aug 045Central Islands II
Aug 0415Islands Circumnavigation II
Aug 075Central Islands III
Aug 084Central Islands I
Aug 118North and South
Aug 1115Islands Circumnavigation I
Aug 188Western Islands
Aug 185Central Islands II
Aug 1815Islands Circumnavigation II
Aug 215Central Islands III
Aug 224Central Islands I
Aug 258North and South
Aug 2515Islands Circumnavigation I
Sep 018Western Islands
Sep 015Central Islands II
Sep 0115Islands Circumnavigation II
Sep 045Central Islands III
Sep 054Central Islands I
Sep 0815Islands Circumnavigation I
Sep 088North and South
Sep 158Western Islands
Sep 155Central Islands II
Sep 1515Islands Circumnavigation II
Sep 185Central Islands III
Sep 194Central Islands I
Sep 2215Islands Circumnavigation I
Sep 228North and South
Sep 298Western Islands
Sep 295Central Islands II
Sep 2915Islands Circumnavigation II
Oct 025Central Islands III
Oct 034Central Islands I
Oct 0615Islands Circumnavigation I
Oct 068North and South
Oct 138Western Islands
Oct 135Central Islands II
Oct 1315Islands Circumnavigation II
Oct 165Central Islands III
Oct 174Central Islands I
Oct 2015Islands Circumnavigation I
Oct 208North and South
Oct 278Western Islands
Oct 275Central Islands II
Oct 2715Islands Circumnavigation II
Oct 305Central Islands III
Oct 314Central Islands I
Nov 038North and South
Nov 0315Islands Circumnavigation I
Nov 108Western Islands
Nov 105Central Islands II
Nov 1015Islands Circumnavigation II
Nov 135Central Islands III
Nov 144Central Islands I
Nov 178North and South
Nov 1715Islands Circumnavigation I
Nov 248Western Islands
Nov 245Central Islands II
Nov 2415Islands Circumnavigation II
Nov 275Central Islands III
Nov 284Central Islands I
Dec 018North and South
Dec 0115Islands Circumnavigation I
Dec 0815Islands Circumnavigation II
Dec 088Western Islands
Dec 085Central Islands II
Dec 115Central Islands III
Dec 124Central Islands I
Dec 158North and South
Dec 225Central Islands II
Dec 2215Islands Circumnavigation II
Dec 228Western Islands
Dec 255Central Islands III
Dec 264Central Islands I
Dec 298North and South
Dec 2915Islands Circumnavigation I
Passengers: 16
Ship Type: Motor Yacht

Discover the Galapagos Islands aboard the Fragata. Built specifically to cruise the Galapagos Islands, the Fragata is equipped to provide comfortable cruising, fine dining and attentive service. She offers a blend of spaciousness, comfort and elegance, to make your Galapagos cruise a memorable experience.

The Fragata welcomes you on board and invites you to discover the primeval flora and fauna of the Galapagos archipelago. The yacht allows the visitor access to coves and inlets that are inaccessible to the larger ships, with flexibility of itinerary and ample opportunity for sun-bathing on an isolated beach or snorkeling with sea lions.

Amenities on board the Fragata
Guests aboard the Fragata will enjoy the attractive teak interior and attention to every detail. Her spacious interior is fully air-conditioned, from the comfortable lounge with large panoramic windows, stereo and TV/VCR, to the elegant dining hall. The Fragata also offers her 16 guests a bar, inviting living room, small library, spacious sundecks, and diving platform.

The galley serves fine meals with a blend of international and Ecuadorian cuisine on a luxurious setting. The Fragata's numerous sun decks are both shaded and open - in a word: perfect for lounging around or drying off after snorkeling or diving among penguins and sea lions.

Your experienced naturalist bilingual guide will introduce you to the astonishing Galapagos flora and fauna. Trekking, swimming, snorkeling are some of the complementary activities offered on board. The Fragata carries full snorkel equipment for all of her passengers.

20 years of experience and a top qualified crew (captain, naturalist bilingual guide, cook, assistant of cook, barman, engineer and two sailors) guarantee safety, seriousness and comfort, preserving the fragile ecosystem of the Galapagos Islands, considered Heritage of the Humanity.

Fragata Accommodations
The Fragata accommodates 16 passengers in eight cozy double and single cabins, all decorated and equipped to provide a relaxed cruise in the islands. All of the comfortable cabins are fully carpeted and have private bath facilities with toilet, shower, hot water, washbasin and vanity.
Fragata's cabins.
Lower Deck Cabins
Lower Deck cabins with private bath facilities, carpet and air conditioning
Comfortable accommodations for 16 passengers
Upper Deck Cabins
Upper Deck cabins with private bath facilities, carpet and air conditioning
Deck Plan
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This was my first experience with Adventure Life - and I couldn't have been more pleased with the trip. The guides and local staff in both Buenos Aires and Uruguay were terrific - extremely helpful and accommodating. I really enjoyed meeting the friendly staff in Buenos Aires in person (I left my bags with them for the afternoon).
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