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Santa Fe land iguana
$1,842
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Central & East Islands

4 Day Itinerary aboard Galapagos Legend
  • Snorkel in crystal clear waters
  • Tour the tortoise breeding center
  • Enjoy on board family activities
Activities:
Hiking, Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level:
Relaxed
Get ready to enjoy an awesome 4-day cruise that explores the highlights of the central and eastern islands of the Galapagos. Indulge yourself in the picturesque beauty of the unique landscape, relax on the beach, do some exploratory snorkeling, and wander through the islands of this archipelago. …
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Floreana Island
$3,914
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East & Central Islands

8 Day Itinerary aboard Galapagos Legend
  • Explore beautiful beaches
  • Visit Charles Darwin Station
  • Admire Genovesa's wildlife
  • Snorkel among green sea turtles
Activities:
Hiking, Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level:
Relaxed
Enjoy the highlights of San Cristobal, Española, Floreana, Santa Cruz and more on this incredible 8-day adventure. There is an endless list of activities to make this an unforgettable trip including snorkeling, roaming volcanic landscapes, and observing the riveting native wildlife. You are …
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Snorkel the crystal, warm waters of the Galapagos archipelago
$3,914
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Eastern & Western Islands

8 Day Itinerary aboard Galapagos Legend
  • Visit Bachas Beach
  • Observe swimming fur seals
  • Set foot on dark-red sand beaches
  • Snorkel at the Bolivar Channel
Activities:
Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level:
Relaxed
Embark on this 8-day adventure that explores the incredible eastern and western islands of the Galapagos. Highlights of the west include wildlife-rich Isabela, picturesque Santa Cruz, cliff-laden Fernandina, and the fantastic beaches of Santiago. Be entertained by the antics of friendly sea lions …
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Galapagos hawk
$3,914
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Eastern Islands

8 Day Itinerary aboard Galapagos Legend
  • Snorkel among Galapagos penguins
  • Stop at the volcanic North Seymour
  • Hike through a volcanic landscape
  • Leave a card in Post Office Bay
Activities:
Hiking, Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level:
Relaxed
This incredible 8-day cruise through the eastern islands of the Galapagos covers some of the most beautiful islands including Bartolome, North Seymour, San Cristobal, Española, and Floreana. Overflowing with wildlife, volcanic wonders, and breathtaking landscapes, this is the perfect …
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Galapagos penguin on a rock
$7,260
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Galapagos Circumnavigation

15 Day Itinerary aboard Galapagos Legend
  • Hike through a volcanic landscape
  • Visit a sea turtle nesting site
  • Explore Rabida's red sand beaches
  • Observe the Galapagos tortoise
Activities:
Hiking, Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level:
Relaxed
Enjoy an extensive adventure into the unique world of the Galapagos on this incredible journey. This 15-day voyage offers the traveler an opportunity to become immersed in the unique splendor these islands. This is an ideal tour for gaining a true understanding of the history of these islands and …
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Giant Tortoise
$1,842
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North & Central Island

4 Day Itinerary aboard Galapagos Legend
  • Meet the Galapagos giant tortoises
  • Visit the wildlife-rich Genovesa
  • Snorkel among sea lions
Activities:
Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level:
Relaxed
This cruise allows you to experience more than just the highlights of the Galapagos' northern and central islands. Take a 4-day adventure and enjoy the wonders of Santa Cruz, Genovesa, Santa Fe and Mosquera Islet. Get up close and personal with giant tortoises, snorkel in the crystalline waters …
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Floreana Island
$2,455
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Southeast Islands

5 Day Itinerary aboard Galapagos Legend
  • Visit beautiful coral sand beaches
  • Snorkel among green sea turtles
  • Visit Charles Darwin Station
Activities:
Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level:
Relaxed
Enjoy the highlights of San Cristobal, Española, Floreana, and Santa Cruz islands on this incredible 5-day adventure. There is an endless list of activities to make this an unforgettable trip including snorkeling, roaming volcanic landscapes, and observing the riveting native wildlife. Be …
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A Green Sea Turtle swimming around the reefs.
$3,914
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West & Central Islands

8 Day Itinerary aboard Galapagos Legend
  • Meet Nazca and red-footed boobies
  • Tour a land iguanas' nesting site
  • Explore Santa Fe's white beaches
  • Snorkel with sea lions
Activities:
Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level:
Relaxed
Embark on this 8-day adventure that explores the incredible western and central islands of the Galapagos. Highlights of the west include beautiful Santa Cruz, wildlife-rich Isabela, cliff-laden Fernandina, precious Genovesa, and the amazing black beaches of Santiago. Be entertained by the antics of …
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A boating tour getting ready to leave the shore.
$2,455
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Western Islands

5 Day Itinerary aboard Galapagos Legend
  • Stop at the volcanic Egas Port
  • Visit Rabida's red sand beaches
  • Snorkel with sea turtles
Activities:
Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level:
Relaxed
Embark on this exciting 5-day tour of the Galapagos' wild west! Highlights of the west include beautiful Santa Cruz, wildlife-rich Isabela, cliff-laden Fernandina, and the amazing black beaches of Santiago. These islands are rich with an abundance of wildlife both in and out of the ocean …
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2020
EmbarksDays 
Jul 168East & Central Islands
Jul 165Southeast Islands
Jul 208West & Central Islands
Jul 238Eastern & Western Islands
Jul 235Western Islands
Jul 274Central & East Islands
Jul 278Eastern Islands
Jul 308East & Central Islands
Jul 305Southeast Islands
Aug 038West & Central Islands
Aug 068Eastern & Western Islands
Aug 065Western Islands
Aug 104Central & East Islands
Aug 108Eastern Islands
Aug 138East & Central Islands
Aug 135Southeast Islands
Aug 178West & Central Islands
Aug 205Western Islands
Aug 208Eastern & Western Islands
Aug 244Central & East Islands
Aug 248Eastern Islands
Aug 278East & Central Islands
Aug 275Southeast Islands
Aug 314North & Central Island
Aug 3115Galapagos Circumnavigation
Aug 318West & Central Islands
Sep 038Eastern & Western Islands
Sep 035Western Islands
Sep 074Central & East Islands
Sep 078Eastern Islands
Sep 108East & Central Islands
Sep 105Southeast Islands
Sep 144North & Central Island
Sep 1415Galapagos Circumnavigation
Sep 148West & Central Islands
Sep 178Eastern & Western Islands
Sep 175Western Islands
Sep 218Eastern Islands
Sep 214Central & East Islands
Sep 248East & Central Islands
Sep 245Southeast Islands
Sep 284North & Central Island
Sep 2815Galapagos Circumnavigation
Sep 288West & Central Islands
Oct 018Eastern & Western Islands
Oct 015Western Islands
Oct 058Eastern Islands
Oct 054Central & East Islands
Oct 088East & Central Islands
Oct 085Southeast Islands
Oct 128West & Central Islands
Oct 158Eastern & Western Islands
Oct 155Western Islands
Oct 198Eastern Islands
Oct 194Central & East Islands
Oct 228East & Central Islands
Oct 225Southeast Islands
Oct 268West & Central Islands
Oct 298Eastern & Western Islands
Oct 295Western Islands
Nov 028Eastern Islands
Nov 024Central & East Islands
Nov 058East & Central Islands
Nov 055Southeast Islands
Nov 098West & Central Islands
Nov 128Eastern & Western Islands
Nov 125Western Islands
Nov 168Eastern Islands
Nov 164Central & East Islands
Nov 198East & Central Islands
Nov 195Southeast Islands
Nov 234North & Central Island
Nov 2315Galapagos Circumnavigation
Nov 238West & Central Islands
Nov 268Eastern & Western Islands
Nov 265Western Islands
Nov 308Eastern Islands
Nov 304Central & East Islands
Dec 038East & Central Islands
Dec 035Southeast Islands
Dec 078West & Central Islands
Dec 074North & Central Island
Dec 0715Galapagos Circumnavigation
Dec 108Eastern & Western Islands
Dec 105Western Islands
Dec 148Eastern Islands
Dec 144Central & East Islands
Dec 178East & Central Islands
Dec 175Southeast Islands
Dec 218West & Central Islands
Dec 248Eastern & Western Islands
Dec 284Central & East Islands
Dec 288Eastern Islands
Dec 318East & Central Islands
2021
EmbarksDays 
Jan 048West & Central Islands
Jan 044North & Central Island
Jan 0415Galapagos Circumnavigation
Jan 078Eastern & Western Islands
Jan 075Western Islands
Jan 118Eastern Islands
Jan 114Central & East Islands
Jan 148East & Central Islands
Jan 145Southeast Islands
Jan 188West & Central Islands
Jan 184North & Central Island
Jan 1815Galapagos Circumnavigation
Jan 218Eastern & Western Islands
Jan 215Western Islands
Jan 258Eastern Islands
Jan 254Central & East Islands
Jan 285Southeast Islands
Jan 288East & Central Islands
Feb 018West & Central Islands
Feb 014North & Central Island
Feb 0115Galapagos Circumnavigation
Feb 048Eastern & Western Islands
Feb 045Western Islands
Feb 088Eastern Islands
Feb 084Central & East Islands
Feb 115Southeast Islands
Feb 118East & Central Islands
Feb 1515Galapagos Circumnavigation
Feb 158West & Central Islands
Feb 154North & Central Island
Feb 188Eastern & Western Islands
Feb 185Western Islands
Feb 224Central & East Islands
Feb 228Eastern Islands
Feb 255Southeast Islands
Feb 258East & Central Islands
Mar 0115Galapagos Circumnavigation
Mar 018West & Central Islands
Mar 014North & Central Island
Mar 048Eastern & Western Islands
Mar 045Western Islands
Mar 084Central & East Islands
Mar 088Eastern Islands
Mar 118East & Central Islands
Mar 115Southeast Islands
Mar 1515Galapagos Circumnavigation
Mar 158West & Central Islands
Mar 154North & Central Island
Mar 188Eastern & Western Islands
Mar 185Western Islands
Mar 224Central & East Islands
Mar 228Eastern Islands
Mar 258East & Central Islands
Mar 255Southeast Islands
Mar 2915Galapagos Circumnavigation
Mar 298West & Central Islands
Mar 294North & Central Island
Apr 018Eastern & Western Islands
Apr 015Western Islands
Apr 054Central & East Islands
Apr 058Eastern Islands
Apr 088East & Central Islands
Apr 085Southeast Islands
Apr 1215Galapagos Circumnavigation
Apr 128West & Central Islands
Apr 124North & Central Island
Apr 155Western Islands
Apr 158Eastern & Western Islands
Apr 194Central & East Islands
Apr 198Eastern Islands
Apr 228East & Central Islands
Apr 225Southeast Islands
Apr 2615Galapagos Circumnavigation
Apr 268West & Central Islands
Apr 264North & Central Island
Apr 298Eastern & Western Islands
Apr 295Western Islands
May 034Central & East Islands
May 038Eastern Islands
May 068East & Central Islands
May 065Southeast Islands
May 1015Galapagos Circumnavigation
May 108West & Central Islands
May 104North & Central Island
May 138Eastern & Western Islands
May 135Western Islands
May 178Eastern Islands
May 174Central & East Islands
May 208East & Central Islands
May 205Southeast Islands
May 2415Galapagos Circumnavigation
May 248West & Central Islands
May 244North & Central Island
May 278Eastern & Western Islands
May 275Western Islands
May 318Eastern Islands
May 314Central & East Islands
Jun 038East & Central Islands
Jun 035Southeast Islands
Jun 074North & Central Island
Jun 0715Galapagos Circumnavigation
Jun 078West & Central Islands
Jun 108Eastern & Western Islands
Jun 105Western Islands
Jun 148Eastern Islands
Jun 144Central & East Islands
Jun 178East & Central Islands
Jun 175Southeast Islands
Jun 214North & Central Island
Jun 2115Galapagos Circumnavigation
Jun 218West & Central Islands
Jun 248Eastern & Western Islands
Jun 245Western Islands
Jun 288Eastern Islands
Jun 284Central & East Islands
Jul 018East & Central Islands
Jul 015Southeast Islands
Jul 054North & Central Island
Jul 0515Galapagos Circumnavigation
Jul 058West & Central Islands
Jul 088Eastern & Western Islands
Jul 085Western Islands
Jul 128Eastern Islands
Jul 124Central & East Islands
Jul 158East & Central Islands
Jul 155Southeast Islands
Jul 194North & Central Island
Jul 1915Galapagos Circumnavigation
Jul 198West & Central Islands
Jul 228Eastern & Western Islands
Jul 225Western Islands
Jul 268Eastern Islands
Jul 264Central & East Islands
Jul 298East & Central Islands
Jul 295Southeast Islands
Aug 028West & Central Islands
Aug 024North & Central Island
Aug 0215Galapagos Circumnavigation
Aug 058Eastern & Western Islands
Aug 055Western Islands
Aug 128East & Central Islands
Aug 125Southeast Islands
Aug 168West & Central Islands
Aug 164North & Central Island
Aug 1615Galapagos Circumnavigation
Aug 198Eastern & Western Islands
Aug 195Western Islands
Aug 265Southeast Islands
Aug 308West & Central Islands
Aug 304North & Central Island
Aug 3015Galapagos Circumnavigation
Sep 025Western Islands
Sep 095Southeast Islands
Sep 138West & Central Islands
Sep 134North & Central Island
Sep 1315Galapagos Circumnavigation
Sep 165Western Islands
Sep 235Southeast Islands
Sep 2715Galapagos Circumnavigation
Sep 278West & Central Islands
Sep 274North & Central Island
Sep 305Western Islands
Oct 075Southeast Islands
Oct 1115Galapagos Circumnavigation
Oct 118West & Central Islands
Oct 114North & Central Island
Oct 148Eastern & Western Islands
Oct 145Western Islands
Oct 188Eastern Islands
Oct 184Central & East Islands
Oct 215Southeast Islands
Oct 218East & Central Islands
Oct 2515Galapagos Circumnavigation
Oct 258West & Central Islands
Oct 254North & Central Island
Oct 288Eastern & Western Islands
Oct 285Western Islands
Nov 018Eastern Islands
Nov 014Central & East Islands
Nov 045Southeast Islands
Nov 048East & Central Islands
Nov 0815Galapagos Circumnavigation
Nov 088West & Central Islands
Nov 084North & Central Island
Nov 118Eastern & Western Islands
Nov 115Western Islands
Nov 158Eastern Islands
Nov 154Central & East Islands
Nov 185Southeast Islands
Nov 188East & Central Islands
Nov 2215Galapagos Circumnavigation
Nov 228West & Central Islands
Nov 224North & Central Island
Nov 255Western Islands
Nov 258Eastern & Western Islands
Nov 298Eastern Islands
Nov 294Central & East Islands
Dec 025Southeast Islands
Dec 028East & Central Islands
Dec 0615Galapagos Circumnavigation
Dec 068West & Central Islands
Dec 064North & Central Island
Dec 095Western Islands
Dec 098Eastern & Western Islands
Dec 134Central & East Islands
Dec 138Eastern Islands
Dec 168East & Central Islands
Dec 165Southeast Islands
Dec 208West & Central Islands
Dec 238Eastern & Western Islands
Dec 274Central & East Islands
Dec 278Eastern Islands
Dec 308East & Central Islands
Max Passengers: 100
Ship Type: Expedition Cruise Ship

The Galapagos Legend offers many of the amenities of a larger cruise liner, yet she is small enough for that intimate experience with nature. Unlike other ships, the Galapagos Legend does not stand on ceremony or etiquette, instead believing in comradeship, making friends and having fun while learning, but still upholding the highest of standards for service and comfort. With only 100 people on board you can enjoy exclusivity and personalized attention.

On Board Facilities & Services
The Galapagos Legend has four decks, spacious public areas and elegantly appointed cabins and suites. Panoramic windows not only allow you to observe your destination but also to be part of it. In its ample social areas you are able to do countless activities. The ship has some of the most technologically advanced safety equipment in the Galapagos waters.

- Embarcation area
- Lonesome George Restaurant
- Auditorium
- Snorkeling equipment
- Medical service
- Jacuzzi
- Gym
- Reception
- Boutique
- Library
- Kid´s corner
- Dolphin Observation Deck
- Charles Darwin Panorama Lounge
- 24 hour coffee corner
- Sun terrace
- Swimming pool
- Fisherman bar
- Open lounge area
- Stargazing area
- BBQ area

The Galapagos Legend features a "Kid's Corner" area equipped with soft padding, stuffed animals and a variety of video games and movies, available during daytime hours.

Dining options on board the Galapagos Legend
The Galapagos Legend has an exceptional cuisine comparable to that of the best restaurants in the world and merit special mention, ranging from the impressive breakfast buffet with freshly baked bread to the extraordinary menus drawn up by professional chefs for lunch and dinner. Guests can enjoy local gastronomy, a wide variety of exotic fruits and the world’s best flavors, special menus for children, delicious vegetarian dishes or meals for those who have special diets. Once a week, there is a barbecue at sea so you can sail, dine and enjoy islands landscapes.

Accommodations on board the Galapagos Legend
The Galapagos Legend has 52 ocean view, air-conditioned cabins plus 3 interior ones, each cabin counts with lower beds and private facilities in which a matrimonial, double, twin, triple or quadruple options are available. The Balcony suites have private balconies and panoramic windows to immerse yourself within the vast landscape that you are about to witness and enjoy it privately. The Junior suites have three meters of panoramic windows to enjoy the scenery. Each cabin includes: hair dryer, special bedding, and updated furniture. Internal, local and international satellite telephone service is offered, Internet is accessible when anchoring in main islands. Voltage is set for 110-220 volts/60 Hz.

Legend Balcony Suite
- 1 cabin located on the Moon Deck
- Area 43 m2 / 463 ft2
- Double, Twin & Triple options
- Exclusive & exquisite decoration
- Mini fridge & champagne
- Top of the line amenities & bathrobe

Balcony Suites
- 8 Balcony Suites on the Moon Deck
- 8 Balcony Suites on the Sky Deck
- Double, Twin & Triple options
- Panoramic view windows + private balcony
- Mini fridge & champagne
- Top of the line amenities & bathrobe

Junior Suites
- Located on the Earth Deck
- 2 Panoramic windows on each cabin
- 24 Double, Twin or Triple Suites (Average Area: 15 m2 / 161 ft2)
- 4 Quadruple Suite (Average Area: 20m2 /215 Ft2)
- Top of the line amenities

Standard Plus
- 7 cabins with portholes
- Located on the Sea Deck & the Earth Deck
- Double & Twin options available
 Average Area: 11 m2 / 118 ft2

Standard 
- 3 interior cabins
- Located on the Earth Deck
- Double & Twin options available
- Average Area: 13 m2 / 140 ft2

Ship Specifications
- Length: 301 feet (92 mts)
- Wide: 47 feet (15 mts)
- Decks: 4
- Made in: Germany
- Rebuilt: 2002
- Refurbished in: December 2016
- Passenger: 100
- Crew: 56
- Guides: 7 multilingual naturalists
- Speed: 17 knots
- Cruise speed: 15 knots
- Life boats: 2 for 52 pax each
- Life Rafts: 12 for 25 pax each
- Dinghies: 6 for 20 pax each
- Kayaks: 4 double, 1 single
- Safety: ISM, SMC, ISSC, IOPP, DOC
- Electricity: 110v & 220v
Relax in your standard room aboard the Galapagos Legend
Standard Cabin
Averaging 140 sq. ft. Three interior cabins located on the Earth Deck, with double or twin bed options. These cabins donĀ“t have exterior views.
Standard Plus
Standard Plus Cabin
Averaging 118 sq. ft. Seven cabins located on the Sea and Earth Deck, with double or twin bed options, and portholes.
Junior Suite
Junior Suite
Averaging 161 sq. ft. Twenty four double, twin or triple suites, and four quadruple suites located on the Earth Deck. Include two panoramic windows on each cabin and top of line amenities.
Junior Suite Plus
Junior Suite Plus
Averaging 215 sq. ft. Twenty four double, twin or triple suites, and four quadruple suites located on the Earth Deck. Include two panoramic windows on each cabin and top of line amenities.
Balcony Suite
Balcony Suite
Averaging 237 sq. ft. Sixteen suites located on the Moon and Sky Deck, with double, twin and triple bed options. Include panoramic view windows, private balcony, mini fridge, champagne, and top of line amenities & bathrobe.
Balcony Suite Plus
Balcony Suite Plus
Averaging 237 sq. ft. Sixteen suites located on the Moon and Sky Deck, with double, twin and triple bed options. Include panoramic view windows, private balcony, mini fridge, champagne, and top of line amenities & bathrobe.
Legend Balcony Suite
Legend Balcony Suite
Averaging 355 sq. ft. One suite located on the Moon Deck with double, twin and triple bed options. Includes a generously large balcony, mini fridge, champagne, and top of line amenities & bathrobe.
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