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Alya - New Luxury Galapagos Catamaran

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Northern Islands

5 Day Itinerary aboard Alya
  • Swim and snorkel at Darwin Bay
  • Discover Genovesa Island's birdlife
  • Hike to Dragon Hill
Hiking, Kayaking, Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
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Discover the beauty of theNorthern Galapagos Islandson this 5-day cruise exploring the highlights of this historic archipelago.Snorkel through Darwin's Bay, where diverse marine life can be found. Visit Genovesa Island, well knownas “The Bird Island”, for close interaction …
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Curious sea lion during a snorkeling outing

Southern Islands

6 Day Itinerary aboard Alya
  • Admire Santa Fe's unique wildlife
  • Visit the Interpretation Center
  • Walk across Gardner Bay
  • Discover Suarez Point
Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
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Join the Alia on this 6-day journey cruising across the Southern Galapagos Islands,ecologically recognized for their pure beauty and uniqueness.Visit Lobos Island, a perfect spot for hiking on one of the most photographedbeaches in the archipelagowith white powdery sand and an abundance of animals …
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Overlook at Pitt Point

Western Islands

6 Day Itinerary aboard Alya
  • Observe Galapagos giant tortoises
  • See the blue-footed boobies dance
  • Look for Galapagos penguins
  • Cruise along Moreno Point
Hiking, Kayaking, Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
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Enjoy the Western Islands of the Galapagos archipelago and discover all that this wonderful destination has to offer. Snorkel with sea lions and kayak surrounded by unique species. On this 6-day exciting journey, explore the exclusive shores of Santa Cruz, Isabela, Fernandina, and Santiago. …
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Max Passengers: 16
Ship Type: Motor Yacht

The Alya, a luxurious catamaran new to the Galapagos Islands launching in 2017 provides a luxurious cruise for up to 16 passengers. Enjoy hiking, snorkeling, beach exploration, and kayaking as Alya's bilingual professional guides introduce you to the most memorable National Park visitors sites on each island on 4, 5, or 8-day all inclusive Galapagos cruise itineraries

- Spacious cabins with double or twin beds
- Private balconies in 8 cabins
- Private bathrooms with hot water
- Air conditioning
- Hair dryer
- Telephone for internal communication on board
- Safe box
- High speaker

The five Main Deck double cabins measure 215ft² / 20m²; four of these have private balconies. All four Upper Deck double cabins, at 
172ft² / 16m², feature private balconies.

Public Areas:
- Library
- DVD service
- Dining room
- Bar with a variety of drinks
- Sundeck with bar
- Jacuzzi

- Length: 105 ft (32 m)
- Beam: 43 ft (13 m)
- Draft: 5,6 ft (1.70 m)
- Cruising Speed: 12 knots
- Electric Power: 110V and 220V
Matrimonial Cabin on the Alia
9 comfortable cabins, 8 with private balconies. All the beds can be double or twin. Upper Deck cabins are 172ft² / 16m²; Main Deck cabins measure 215ft² / 20m².
Alia Deck Plan
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Everything was amazing! The planning with Adventure Life went smoothly. The actual trip was fantastic! One of the best trips I have experienced. The cruise staff members were knowledgeable and attentive. I will be writing more about this on the blog!
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