Introducing our Expert Crew and Staff
A part of the Angermeyer Cruises family, they have worked with us for many years gaining invaluable experience on our boats.
The majority of the crew are from the islands, so they really know and appreciate the wonder of the archipelago.
One hundred percent committed to providing a safe and unforgettable Galápagos experience, the crew are involved in ongoing training as part of their work and professional development.
Fiddi's sisters, Maggie and Ana, head the main office on Galápagos, with a team of local staff passionate about the islands and their work.
Our Exceptional Guides
Our guides are incredibly professional and possess an amazing quantity of knowledge of the flora and fauna of the islands. They are truly dedicated to the conservation of the archipelago and extremely respectful of the wildlife they will introduce you to.
All field guides are certified by the Galapagos National Park and are qualified to follow the itineraries authorised by the park.
Your guide will lead you on all land visits and marine activities during your cruise. He or she will also relay daily briefings, having carefully planned all the details of each day's activities with the captain.
A Safe Journey
All our boats are renovated by Fiddi Angermeyer. He also supervises the ongoing maintenance and repair of the boats at the Angermeyer Cruises workshop on the islands and at shipyards on mainland Ecuador for major overhauls.
Each ship has up–to–date navegar and safety equipment on board, meeting ISM, SOLAS and IMO standards, and constant radio contact is maintained with the marina and the office.
There are enough life jackets for all passengers and crew members on board. Our professional, fully qualified and dedicated captains and crew have safety in mind at all times and are fully prepared in the event of an emergency.
They will demonstrate the use of life-vests and the use and location of safety equipment in the mandatory safety drill carried out with all new groups.
The crew also take part in exercises and fire drills as part of their weekly training programs, an integral part of our commitment to safety at sea.