- Ship Highlights
- Passengers : 40
- Includes Isabela & Fernandina Islands
- Kayaking available
- Child discounts
This 40-guest vessel, with 20 outside cabins plus a master's suite, offers an elegant yet relaxed atmosphere for experiencing the full adventure of the Galapagos Islands. Guests on board the Isabela II fully experience their sense of discovery and bonding with nature. Expeditions from the Isabela II offer all aspects of the Galapagos: an intimate contact with wildlife, active volcanoes, a vast Marine Reserve, adventure, comfort and safety.
Isabela II Amenities
The yacht is fully air-conditioned. Her three public decks offer the amenities of a larger vessel, including bar-salon, dining room and sun deck. The library contains a large selection of reference books on Galapagos and Ecuador, as well as excellent nature and conservation videos, making this reference library the most complete source of information of any Galapagos vessel.
The sun deck is comprised of a bar with ample outdoor seating, an observation area for whale and dolphin watching, a jacuzzi and solarium. As an alternative to snorkeling, the glass-bottom boat offers another opportunity to observe the Galapagos' rich marine life.
Accommodations on the Isabela II
The Isabela II offers her 40 guests comfortable accommodations in 20 outside cabins. The spacious cabins range in size from 170 square feet to 128 square feet. Fully air conditioned, all cabins are spacious have safety boxes, storage and private en-suite bath facilities. Bathrooms are equipped with amenities including hair dryers.
- Construction: 1979
- Reconstruction: Pensacola, Florida, 1988
- Refurbishment: Panama, March 2000
- Gross Tonnage: 1.025 tons.
- Length: 53.72 meters (166 feet)
- Beam: 11.58 meters (38 feet)
- Speed: 10 knots
- Electricity: 110 Volts 60 Hz.
- Engines: 2 GM Detroit Diesel, 900 BHP each
- Navigation Equipment: Gyrocompass, Automatic Pilot, radar, and GPS
- Safety Certificates: SOLAS 74 - ISM
- Safety Equipment: Automatic Fire Detector with control from the bridge, life jackets in each cabin, 2 life boats semi enclosed
- Landing Craft: 3 Zodiacs + glass bottom boat
- Crew: 24 + 3 naturalists
- Medical Officer: Permanently on board
|Central Islands||5||$2,810||Galapagos: Bartolome, North Seymour, Santa Cruz Island, Santa Fe, Santiago, South Plaza Island|
|Southern Islands||5||$2,810||Galapagos: Espanola, Floreana, San Cristobal, Santa Cruz Island|
|Northern Islands||7||$4,215||Galapagos: Fernandina, Genovesa, Isabela, Rabida, San Cristobal, Santa Cruz Island, Santiago|
|Standard Cabin Double|
1 cabin with double bed. Located on the cabin deck.
18 cabins on the Cabin Deck -- some with double beds and some with separate twins. Some cabins have an additional twin bed and can be used as a triple. Located on the cabin deck.
|Master Suite Queen|
1 suite with double bed. Located on the main deck.
|Single Cabin Single|
2 cabins on the Cabin Deck with one lower double bed. 128 sq. ft