From $1950


The Archipel is a spacious catamaran that provides the assurance that you will enjoy your expedition with amenities similar to those of a hotel. It boasts spacious cabins with panoramic windows and private bathrooms. This Galapagos cruise renders the best value per price point available.

The Crew

The boat has a team of 9 staff to accommodate a maximum of 16 passengers: the Captain, 7 specialized sailors, and a bilingual tour guide authorized by the Galapagos National Park. The guide is certified in English, Spanish, and German (upon request).

ample social areas

The social areas of the Archipel include two decks (uncovered and shaded), a spacious dining room, a living room-library with TV set, library, bar, and a sunroom. In addition, it has a sundeck perfect for enjoying an outdoor cocktail while watching the wildlife.

best value

The Achipel is among the Galapagos cruises with the highest value for money in the superior tourism category. It provides the stability of a catamaran for the price of a smaller yacht. In this category of cruises it is the most recommended choice of the experts of Bespoke Galapagos.


  • Ocean-facing windows and seaside doors in all cabins.
  • Personalized, small-group tours for superior wildlife encounters.
  • Fascinating daily activities including hikes, snorkeling, and dinghy excursions.
  • Cabins are located away from the engine room and social areas to ensure a good night's sleep.
  • Custom designed for cruising the Galapagos archipelago.
  • An alfresco dining area to soak up the sea breezes in the evening.
  • One of the most spacious 16-passenger budget cruises in Galapagos.

The Galapagos Archipel catamaran was designed specifically for cruising the Galapagos Islands in comfort, without excessive opulence. Its cabins offer an ocean view and afford all the comforts to feel at home during your vacation. The ship has 8 cabins that offer either matrimonial or twin beds. Each cabin is equipped with a private bathroom, hot water, air conditioning, and a closet.


  • Double accommodations on board.
  • Visits to the islands depending on the itinerary.
  • All meals during the cruise.
  • Snacks after excursions.
  • Naturalist guide.
  • Transfers in Galapagos between the airport and the yacht.


  • Air ticket to/from Galapagos.
  • Galapagos National Park entrance fee ($100 per person).
  • Transit control card ($20 per person).
  • Drinks.
  • Personal expenses and tips.


“This was one of the best holidays I've ever had. While I was very reluctant to join a tour, it was simply awesome. You will not regret this one bit. It's a trip of a lifetime. Go with the flow and enjoy every minute of it. ”

Joseph Michael, Honk Kong

Archipel deck plan