Combining luxury, privacy and comfort in the marvelous setting of the Galapagos Islands, the Sea Star Journey is the newest yacht to sail these waters. With a capacity for 16 passengers, guests will enjoy the numerous amenities as well as the fascinating surroundings of the Galapagos archipelago.
A great Galapagos cruise itinerary includes the main wildlife highlights the Galapagos Islands have to offer. A variety of visitor sites including volcano hikes, Island trails, mangrove forests, turtle breeding farms, research centers, marine sites and more. A cruise on board the Sea Star Journey will allow visitors to explore the both land animals and marine fauna of the Galapagos archipelago. Activities you can enjoy are trekking, kayaking, snorkeling and beachcombing amongst others.
Accommodations on board the Sea Star Journey
The Sea Star Journey features 8 spacious Galapagos & Matrimonial suites (25m2 aprox) and 1 Odyssey Suite (35m2 aprox). All suites are equipped with panoramic windows to enjoy the wonderful landscapes of the islands, private bathroom, hot/cold water, air conditioning with independent controls, minibar, TV. Suites feature either twin beds or one faux queen bed. The Sea Star Journey also features connected suites for families.
On Board Amenities
For dining, guests enjoy both local and international dishes especially designed by the chef. Meals will be served in the cozy atmosphere of the spacious dining room.
Public areas include a large solarium with shaded and uncovered areas, two Jacuzzi tubs, comfortable sun loungers and a Mini Spa offering therapies and massages. An indoor fitness room also is available. Social areas include the Saloon, a mini library and video library and a play zone for kids (during family departures). Embark the glass bottom zodiac for underwater exploration. Snorkeling equipment and kayaks will be available without any extra charge.
Safety in the Galapagos
The Sea Star Journey complies with local and international safety regulations, and sustainable practices to protect the fragility of the Archipelago.