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Home to the strangest

CREATURES IMAGINABLE


A world lost

in the vastness of the Pacific


Islands

that have transformed our understanding of life on Earth


The Galápagos Islands are special and you want a special yacht in which to explore this ‘living laboratory of evolution’. Our Yacht Isabela II, accommodating 40 guests, promises an intimate experience of this unique world. The Isabela II offers enriching wildlife encounters whether amid the islands’ haunting volcanic landscapes or beneath the waves of its marine reserve, all in the company of passionate, dedicated and expert naturalist guides. The islands’ marine life can be appreciated with a snorkel and mask, paddling a kayak or aboard our glass-bottom boat. On board, guests find delicious cuisine, faultless service and excellent facilities, including a Jacuzzi, fitness room, cosy bar and outside deck for meals, drinks and sunbathing. Her crew has remained virtually unchanged for years, their dedication, attention to detail and passion for service touching every one of her guests.

An intimate encounter with the Galápagos

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SPACES & CABINS

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Charles Darwin

Pinta

(Culpepper)

(Abingdon)

Cabo Ibbetson

Teodoro Wolf (Wenman)

Marchena (Blindoe) Punta Albemarle

Genovesa (Tower)

Punta Espejo

Playa Negra

Darwin Bay

Punta Calle Punta Flores Wolf volcano

Cabo Berkeley

Cabo Marshall

Punta Vicente Roca

Bahía Banks

Buccaneer Cove

Darwin Volcano

Tagus Cove

Punta Espinoza Cabo Douglas

(Narborough)

James Bay

Urbina Bay

Alcedo Voclano

Chinese Hat Islet

Elizabeth Bay

Baltra

Caleta Iguana

Dragon Hill

Isabela (Albemarle)

Los 4(Grossman) Hermanos

Cerro Azul Volcano

Punta Essex Cabo Rose

Puerto Villamil

(Indefatigable)

León Dormido

Charles Darwin Research Station Finch Bay Eco Hotel Academy Bay

Cerro Brujo

Santa Fe (Barrington)

Pto. Baquerizo Moreno (START) (END)

Tortuga (Brattle)

Post Office Bay / Baroness Cove

5D-4N ITINERARY SOUTHERN GALÁPAGOS FRIDAY TO TUESDAY

Santa Cruz

Puerto Ayora Tortuga Bay

Sierra Negra Volcano

(END) (START) (END) (START) South Plaza

Twin Craters

Giant Tortose Reserve

Punta Moreno Caleta Webb Punta San Juan

Itabaca

Las Bachas

El Chato

5D-4N ITINERARY CENTRAL GALÁPAGOS MONDAY TO FRIDAY

North Seymour

Red Beach

Pinzón

(Duncan)

7D-6N ITINERARY NORTHERN GALÁPAGOS TUESDAY TO MONDAY

Bartolomé

Santiago (James) Rábida (Jervis)

Itineraries

Sullivan Bay

Puerto Egas

Punta García Cabo Nepean r va olí lB na Ca

La Cumbre Volcano

Fernandina

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Price Philip Steps

Punta Cormorant / Champion

Floreana Santa María

Hobbs Bay

Punta Pitt

San Cristóbal (Chatham)

Galapaguera Cerro colorado

Española (Hood)

Gardner Bay

Punta Suárez

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7 DAYS 6 NIGHTS Itinerary

Northern Gal谩pagos

Tuesday to Monday General Overview: Day

AM Visits

Island

Aquatic Activities

PM Visits

Island

Tuesday

Puerto Baquerizo Moreno

San Crist贸bal

Galapaguera Cerro Colorado

San Crist贸bal

Wednesday

Prince Philip Steps

Genovesa

Darwin Bay

Genovesa

Thursday

Buccaneer Cove

Santiago

Puerto Egas

Santiago

Friday

Punta Espinoza

Fernandina

Tagus Cove

Isabela

Saturday

Urbina Bay

Isabela

Punta Vicente Roca

Isabela

Sunday

Red Beach

R谩bida

Dragon Hill

Santa Cruz

Monday

Baltra Airport

Baltra

Aquatic Activities

Itinerary is a guide only. Our route and programme varies according to National Park policies and regulations, weather conditions, seasonal changes, safety reasons and the wildlife we encounter.

Aquatic activities:

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Snorkel

Kayak

Panga Ride

Glass-bottom boat


Tuesday Puerto Baquerizo Moreno (San Cristóbal Island)

We land at Puerto Baquerizo Moreno’s airport and transfer to the dock and the Isabela II, where we check in, receive an introductory briefing and have lunch on board.

Galapaguera Cerro Colorado (San Cristóbal Island)

After lunch, we land back at Puerto Baquerizo Moreno and drive 40 minutes to the south shore of the island. At Cerro Colorado, we visit the breeding centre of the highly-endangered giant tortoises in the midst of a fantastic deciduous forest, home to dozens of bird species and the endemic San Cristóbal lava lizard.

Wednesday Prince Philip’s Steps (Tower/Genovesa Island)

Overnight, we navigate northbound to the incredible bird island, Genovesa, crossing the equator on the way. The morning starts with a panga ride along the cliffs of this dramatic island, followed by landing with a steep climb (90 feet) up some stairs to reach a flat plateau. Along our walk, we can observe large colonies of Nazca boobies, red footed boobies, great frigate birds and storm petrels. Those not wishing to disembark can enjoy a longer panga ride along the cliffs (depending on weather conditions).

Darwin Bay (Tower/Genovesa Island)

In the afternoon, we land at the beach for an easy stroll observing hundreds of birds, mainly frigate birds, red footed and Nazca boobies, gulls, herons, finches and mockingbirds. There’s an optional walk over sharp lava and uneven terrain for dramatic views, or else we can return to the beach to enjoy swimming and snorkelling at this beautiful natural harbour, or join us in a glass-bottom boat ride.

Thursday Buccaneer Cove (James Island)

After breakfast, we enjoy a coastal exploration along the impressive cliffs of Buccaneer’s Cove, learning about the area’s distant and recent history. The cove is home to a large number of marine birds, sea lions, and inter-tidal organisms. Enjoy fantastic natural formations such as the “Elephant Rock”, “The Bishop” and an impressive natural cave. This is a great site for snorkelling too!

Puerto Egas (James Island)

This is a great opportunity to see land and marine birds amid a landscape of tuff-stone layers and lava flows. At low tide, marine iguanas graze upon the algae beds and we can also observe a colony of fur-sea lions. Back at the beach where we land, there’s very good snorkelling and swimming here.

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Friday Punta Espinoza (Fernandina Island)

During the night the yacht sails over to the north shore of Isabela Island, crossing the equator twice in the process. The morning is dedicated to exploring the youngest island of the archipelago, Fernandina, which, having no introduced mammals, boasts a very unique environment with a very high density of marine iguanas, who share their space with sea lions, sally light-foot crabs, hawks, penguins and the flightless cormorant. Following our walk, we can snorkel off the shore or explore by glass-bottom boat.

Tagus Cove (Isabela Island)

Across the narrow Bolívar Channel, we anchor at this cove on the northwest of Isabela. It provided a favourite anchorage for pirates and whalers over the centuries. An uphill hike takes guests to the rim of Darwin Crater, filled with salt water and to a dramatic viewpoint. After our walk, we take a panga ride to spot local wildlife, with the possibility of swimming or snorkelling.

Saturday Urbina Bay (Isabela Island)

After breakfast we disembark at Urbina Bay, the result of an uplifting of the ocean in 1954. Here you can find corals, shells and many other calcareous organisms exposed above water. This area is also home to large and very colourful Galápagos land iguanas, and occasionally to giant tortoises. Along the shoreline, after the hike, guests may encounter flightless cormorants and see penguins while snorkelling.

Punta Vicente Roca (Isabela Island)

We explore the coast by panga dinghy following lunch, while our naturalist guide explains the dramatic geology of the area, nesting place for a Galápagos highlight: flightless cormorants. Depending on weather conditions, we can snorkel along the cliffs of this area rich in marine life, seasonally-visited by green sea turtles and oceanic sun fish (Mola mola).

Sunday Red Beach (Rábida Island)

In the morning, we disembark at Rábida Island’s red-coloured beach. A stroll allows us to observe a large colony of sea lions, marine iguanas, mockingbirds, yellow warblers and several species of Darwin’s finches. This is a great place to snorkel from the beach.

Cerro Dragon (Dragon Hill) (Santa Cruz Island)

The north shore of Santa Cruz hosts Cerro Dragon (Dragon Hill). Our walk includes circling a brackish water lagoon frequented by lagoon birds, while further inland, the trail offers a beautiful view of the bay and the western islands of the archipelago.

Monday Baltra Island

Our journey ends at Baltra Island where we transfer to the airport to take the flight back to the mainland.

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5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS Itinerary

Central Galápagos

Monday to Friday General Overview: Day

AM visits

Island

Aquatic Activities

PM visits

Island

Monday

Baltra Airport

Santa Cruz

Charles Darwin Research Station

Santa Cruz

Tuesday

Santa Fe

Santa Fe

South Plaza

South Plaza

Wednesday

North Seymour

North Seymour

Las Bachas

Santa Cruz

Thursday

Bartolomé

Bartolomé

Sullivan Bay

Santiago

Friday

Baltra Airport

Baltra

Aquatic Activities

Itinerary is a guide only. Our route and programme varies according to National Park policies and regulations, weather conditions, seasonal changes, safety reasons and the wildlife we encounter.

Aquatic activities:

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Snorkel

Kayak

Panga Ride

Glass-bottom boat


Monday Baltra Airport (Santa Cruz Island)

Arrival at Baltra Airport and transfer to the Itabaca Channel to take a ferry across to Santa Cruz Island. A 30-minute bus ride takes us to a restaurant in the Highlands of Santa Cruz Island to enjoy lunch, and then continue to Puerto Ayora.

Note: please dress with comfortable shoes and clothes, bring a small backpack with any medicine you might be taken, sunblock, insect repellent and anything you need during the excursion as you will go onboard Yacht Isabela II and the end of the day.

Puerto Ayora and the Charles Darwin Research Station

After driving down from the highlands, we visit the Charles Darwin Research Station and the giant tortoise pens, including tortoise celebrities like “Lonesome George” within an impressive giant prickly-pear cactus forest home to many land birds. These are the headquarters of scientific investigation, conservation and the National Park administration. Late afternoon stroll along the main street of Puerto Ayora before embarking on Yacht Isabela II. Expedition plan, Captain’s welcome cocktail and dinner.

Tuesday Santa Fe Island

A stunning anchorage provides our jumping-off point for our visit to this sandy white beach with many sea lion harems. Galápagos hawks are often easily observed, perched atop salt bushes. The endemic land iguana, unique to this island, may be spotted during the walk. Snorkelling and swimming from the beach rounds off the rewarding experience.

South Plaza Island

The turquoise waters of the channel here contrast brilliantly with the white sand and black lava of the shoreline, while a carpet of scarlet sesuvium succulents serves as groundcover for a grove of luminescent green prickly-pear cactus beyond, populated by yellow-gray land iguanas. Along the coastline one finds sea lion colonies, while sea birds play with the thermals that form along the cliffs of this small but amazing island.

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Wednesday North Seymour Island

The morning starts with an enjoyable walk along the coast and the interior of this island, a favourite of many visitors, observing numerous bird colonies as well as sea lions and marine iguanas. There are opportunities for snorkelling or coastal exploration.

Las Bachas (Santa Cruz Island)

This beautiful visitor site is located on the north shore of Santa Cruz Island, a glorious white beach with several brackish lagoons only a few steps away from the sea. These lagoons provide the feeding grounds for various wading birds, from stilts to flamingos. This is a great opportunity to get acquainted with snorkelling gear and techniques from the shore.

Thursday Bartolomé Island

This morning, a Galápagos icon awaits: Bartolomé Island. A great way to start the day, with a steep climb up a wooden staircase: the view from the top is worth the effort! Following the walk, we take to the dinghies for a ride around colossal Pinnacle Rock, followed by time to enjoy the beach and some snorkelling. We can also ride in the glass-bottom boat for great views of the underwater world.

Sullivan Bay (James Island)

After lunch, we board the pangas to land at Sullivan Bay on the east coast of Santiago, a white coral sand beach great for swimming, and with a trail over a lava field that flowed here less than 100 years ago. This is the perfect place to see and feel the volcanic origin of Galápagos while observing its wildlife.

Friday Baltra Island

After breakfast, we leave for the airport to take the flight back to the mainland.

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5 Days 4 Nights Itinerary

Southern Galápagos

Friday to Tuesday General Overview: Island

Aquatic Activities

Day

AM visits

PM visits

Island

Friday

Baltra Airport

Santa Cruz

Charles Darwin Research Station

Santa Cruz

Saturday

Post Office Bay & Baroness Cove

Floreana

Punta Cormorant & Champion Islet

Floreana

Sunday

Punta Suárez

Española

Gardner Bay

Española

Monday

Punta Pitt

San Cristóbal

Cerro Brujo

San Cristóbal

Tuesday

Puerto Baquerizo Moreno Airport

San Cristóbal

Aquatic Activities

Itinerary is a guide only. Our route and programme varies according to National Park policies and regulations, weather conditions, seasonal changes, safety reasons and the wildlife we encounter.

Aquatic activities:

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Snorkel

Kayak

Panga Ride

Glass-bottom boat


Friday Baltra Airport (Santa Cruz Island)

Arrival at Baltra Airport and transfer to the Itabaca Channel to take a ferry across to Santa Cruz Island. A 30-minute bus ride takes us to a restaurant in the Highlands of Santa Cruz Island to enjoy lunch, and then continue to Puerto Ayora. Note: please dress with comfortable shoes and clothes, bring a small backpack with any medicine you might be taken, sunblock, insect repellent and anything you need during the excursion as you will go onboard Yacht Isabela II and the end of the day.

Charles Darwin Research Station

After driving down from the highlands, we visit the Charles Darwin Research Station and the giant tortoise pens, including tortoise celebrities like “Lonesome George” within an impressive giant prickly-pear cactus forest home to many land birds. These are the headquarters of scientific investigation, conservation and the National Park administration. Late afternoon stroll along the main street of Puerto Ayora before embarking on Yacht Isabela II. Expedition plan, Captain’s welcome cocktail and dinner.

Saturday Post Office Bay and Baroness Cove (Floreana Island)

After breakfast, we land at Post Office Bay to visit the historic barrel that has been serving as a post office in the archipelago for over two centuries. Panga rides along the maze of channels on Floreana’s north shore can be enjoyed. We follow this visit by continuing to Baroness Cove with its breathtaking views of Floreana, with a chance of a swim.

Cormorant Point (Floreana Island)

Our visit to Punta Cormorant takes in an olivine-crystal beach for an easy walk by a brackish water lagoon where bird species like greater flamingos may be observed. On the other side of the island, we come to a white-sand beach where sea turtles come out at night to nest. We can usually snorkel from the beach or at “The Devil’s Crown” site, or ride in our glass-bottom boat.

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Sunday Punta Suárez (Española Island)

Our morning outing at Punta Suarez provides an exciting walk on lava/boulder terrain to visit its unique sea bird colonies, including the waved albatrosses (April December), boobies, swallow-tail gulls, and the famous “blowhole”. Also, look for red-green-black marine iguanas. Back on board for lunch.

Gardner Bay (Española Island)

In the afternoon, we set down at this beautiful, white coral beach for a short walk to observe the sea lions, mockingbirds, finches or enjoy the beach. There is great snorkelling in this area, or else there’s time to kayak or ride the glass-bottom boat.

Monday Punta Pitt (San Cristóbal Island)

In the morning, we land on the eastern tip of the island. The trail that ascends from the beach provides spectacular views of the shoreline and is the only site in the Galápagos where the three species of boobies can be found together, as well as the two frigate species, plus a colony of bachelor sea lions. After the walk, if conditions are favourable, there is a chance to swim, kayak or snorkel from the beach or go for a ride in the glass bottom boat.

Cerro Brujo (San Cristóbal Island)

A dinghy ride along the shores of tuff-stone layers takes us to Cerro Brujo's expansive, white coraline beach, great for walking, with rewarding birdwatching with good views of seabirds and shore birds. Also, look out for Galápagos sea lions. These are the same shores that Charles Darwin walked upon, back in September 1835. We can enjoy a snorkel or kayak after the walk.

Tuesday Puerto Baquerizo Moreno (San Cristóbal Island)

After breakfast, we depart for the port and airport for our flight back to the mainland.

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About Yacht Isabela II

Deck Plans Cabin Distribution

Capacity: 40 guests Unbranded website: www.yachtisabela.com

10.5 ft / 3.20 m

13.1 ft / 3.99 m

Technical Specifications

Cabin Deck

Bar Jacuzzi

Exercise Room

Classic Cabin 12.80 m2/ 139 sq. ft. 13.1 ft / 3.99 m

Main Deck

Classic twin (16) Classic double (2)

Standard double (1)

Standard Cabin 12.05 m2/ 128 sq. ft. 13.7 ft / 4. 18 m

Bar Salon Library

13.1 ft / 3.99 m

• Bar Lounge • Gift Shop • E-mail, radio, telephone and fax communications • Intermittent and low-bandwidth satellite internet connection • PA System • Snorkeling Equipment • Glass bottom, boat • Jacuzzi • Wet Suits • Reading Room, and Natural History Library • Air conditioned throughout • Sea Kayaks • Fitness Room

10.5 ft / 3.20 m

13.1 ft / 3.99 m

Facilities:

Classic Cabin 12.80 m2/ 139 sq. ft.

Boat Deck

13.1 ft / 3.99 m

Year of Construction: 1979 Reconstruction: Pensacola, Florida, 1988 Refurbishment: Panama, March 2000 Category: Deluxe Expedition Yacht Gross Tonnage: 1025 tons. Type of vessel: Motor yacht Capacity: 40 guests Length: 53,72 meters (166 feet) Beam: 11,58 meters (38 feet) Speed: 10 knots Electricity: 110 volts 60Hz Engines: 2 GM Detroit diesel 900 BHP each Navigation: Gyrocompass, Automatic pilot, radar, Safety Classification: SOLAS 74 – ISM and GPS Fire Detector: Automatic with control from the bridge Life Jackets: In each cabin Life Boats: 2 units semi enclosed Life Rafts: Two 16-man, Two 10-man Zodiacs: 3 for ship to shore transportation Boston Whaler: 1 with glass – bottom for underwater observation Owner: ETICA (Metropolitan Touring) Decks: 3 (boat deck, cabin deck, main deck) Crew: 24 Naturalist Guides: 3 (includes Expedition Manager) Medical Officer: Permanently on board

Dining Room Master Cabin 18.90 m2/ 170 sq. ft.

Important Notes: Our Itineraries Include: • Accommodation • All meals • Bilingual naturalist guides • Conferences and lectures • Visit to the islands mentioned in the itinerary • Transportation to / from the airport in Galápagos • Snorkelling equipment They don't include: • Air ticket to/from Galápagos, subject to change • Galapagos National Park entrance fee, subject to change • Migration tax fee, subject to change • Beverages and tips • Wet suit hire • Internet service • Phone calls


Photographs: Marcelo Izquierdo,Carlos Julio González, Francisco Dousdebés, Raúl Gil, Ramiro Salazar, Pete Oxford Metropolitan Touring’s Image bank and Yacht Isabela II staff Text: Dominic Hamilton Design: Uma Creativa


Itinerary Highlights Southern Galápagos 5d/4n Friday To Tuesday

Northern Galápagos 7d/6n Tuesday To Monday

Central Galápagos 5d/4n Monday To Friday

ISLANDS

ISLANDS

ISLANDS

San Cristóbal, Genovesa, Santiago, Fernandina, Isabela, Rábida, Santa Cruz, Baltra.

Baltra, Santa Cruz, Santa Fe, South Plaza, North Seymour, Bartolomé, Santiago

Baltra, Santa Cruz, Floreana, Champion Islet, Española, San Cristóbal

ICON SPECIES

• Galápagos sea lion • Gant tortoises • Marine iguanas • Blue-footed boobies • Nazca boobies • Red-footed boobies • Galápagos doves • Galápagos mockingbirds • San Cristóbal mockingbirds. • Española mockingbirds • Floreana Mockingbirds • Darwin finches • Galápagos hawks • Brown pelicans • Galápagos penguins • Swallow-tailed gulls • Lava gulls • Lava (striated) herons • Waved albatrosses

HIGHLIGHT SITES

• Post Office Bay • Charles Darwin Research Station • Kicker Rock

ICON SPECIES

• Galápagos sea lion • Galápagos fur seal • Giant tortoises • Galápagos land iguana • Marine iguanas • Blue-footed boobies • Nazca boobies • Red-footed boobies • Galápagos doves • Galápagos mockingbirds • San Cristóbal mockingbirds • Darwin finches • Greater flamingoes • Galápagos hawks • Short-eared owls • Brown pelicans • Greater frigates • Magnificent frigates • Flightless cormorants • Galápagos penguins • Swallow-tailed gulls • Lava gulls • Lava (striated) herons • Galápagos martins

HIGHLIGHT SITES • Buccaneer Cove • Darwin Lake • Urbina´s Upheaval • Kicker Rock

www.yachtisabela.com | info@metropolitan-touring.com Av. De las Palmeras N45-74 y De las Orquídeas, Quito - Ecuador Phone: (593-2) 298 - 8300, Fax: (593-2) 334 - 1250

ICON SPECIES

• Galápagos sea lion • Galápagos fur seal • Giant tortoises • Santa Fe land iguana • Galápagos land iguana • Hybrid iguana • Marine iguanas • Blue-footed boobies • Nazca boobies • Galápagos doves • Galápagos mockingbirds • Darwin finches • Greater flamingoes • Galápagos hawks • Brown pelicans • Greater frigates • Magnificent frigates • Galápagos penguins • Swallow-tailed gulls • Lava gulls • Lava (striated) herons)

HIGHLIGHT SITES

• Pinnacle Rock • Charles Darwin Research Station


Yacht Isabela II Departure Dates

Central Galápagos 5d/4n Monday To Friday END

BALTRA

BALTRA

BALTRA

08-Jan 22-Jan 05-Feb 19-Feb 05-Mar 19-Mar 02-Apr 16-Apr 30-Apr 14-May 28-May 11-Jun 25-Jun 09-Jul 23-Jul 06-Aug 20-Aug 03-Sep 17-Sep 01-Oct 15-Oct 29-Oct 12-Nov 26-Nov 10-Dec 24-Dec

14-Jan 28-Jan 11-Feb 25-Feb 11-Mar 25-Mar 08-Apr 22-Apr 06-May 20-May 03-Jun 17-Jun 01-Jul 15-Jul 29-Jul 12-Aug 26-Aug 09-Sep 23-Sep 07-Oct 21-Oct 04-Nov 18-Nov 02-Dec 16-Dec 30-Dec

14-Jan 28-Jan 11-Feb 25-Feb 11-Mar 25-Mar 08-Apr 22-Apr 06-May 20-May 03-Jun 17-Jun 01-Jul 15-Jul 29-Jul 12-Aug 26-Aug 09-Sep 23-Sep 07-Oct 21-Oct 04-Nov 18-Nov 02-Dec 16-Dec 30-Dec

18-Jan 01-Feb 15-Feb 01-Mar 15-Mar 29-Mar 12-Apr 26-Apr 10-May 24-May 07-Jun 21-Jun 05-Jul 19-Jul 02-Aug 16-Aug 30-Aug 13-Sep 27-Sep 11-Oct 25-Oct 08-Nov 22-Nov 06-Dec 20-Dec 03-Jan

7-Jan 21-Jan 4-Feb 18-Feb 4-Mar 18-Mar 1-Apr 15-Apr 29-Apr 13-May 27-May 10-Jun 24-Jun 8-Jul 22-Jul 5-Aug 19-Aug 2-Sep 16-Sep 30-Sep 14-Oct 28-Oct 11-Nov 25-Nov 9-Dec 23-Dec

13-Jan 27-Jan 10-Feb 24-Feb 10-Mar 24-Mar 7-Apr 21-Apr 5-May 19-May 2-Jun 16-Jun 30-Jun 14-Jul 28-Jul 11-Aug 25-Aug 8-Sep 22-Sep 6-Oct 20-Oct 3-Nov 17-Nov 1-Dec 15-Dec 29-Dec

13-Jan 27-Jan 10-Feb 24-Feb 10-Mar 24-Mar 7-Apr 21-Apr 5-May 19-May 2-Jun 16-Jun 30-Jun 14-Jul 28-Jul 11-Aug 25-Aug 8-Sep 22-Sep 6-Oct 20-Oct 3-Nov 17-Nov 1-Dec 15-Dec 29-Dec

17-Jan 31-Jan 14-Feb 28-Feb 14-Mar 28-Mar 11-Apr 25-Apr 9-May 23-May 6-Jun 20-Jun 4-Jul 18-Jul 1-Aug 15-Aug 29-Aug 12-Sep 26-Sep 10-Oct 24-Oct 7-Nov 21-Nov 5-Dec 19-Dec 2-Jan

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END

BALTRA

PUERTO BAQUERIZO MORENO SAN CRISTOBAL

PUERTO BAQUERIZO MORENO SAN CRISTOBAL

04-Jan 18-Jan 01-Feb 15-Feb 01-Mar 15-Mar 29-Mar 12-Apr 26-Apr 10-May 24-May 07-Jun 21-Jun 05-Jul 19-Jul 02-Aug 16-Aug 30-Aug 13-Sep 27-Sep 11-Oct 25-Oct 08-Nov 22-Nov 06-Dec 20-Dec

08-Jan 22-Jan 05-Feb 19-Feb 05-Mar 19-Mar 02-Apr 16-Apr 30-Apr 14-May 28-May 11-Jun 25-Jun 09-Jul 23-Jul 06-Aug 20-Aug 03-Sep 17-Sep 01-Oct 15-Oct 29-Oct 12-Nov 26-Nov 10-Dec 24-Dec

3-Jan 17-Jan 31-Jan 14-Feb 28-Feb 14-Mar 28-Mar 11-Apr 25-Apr 9-May 23-May 6-Jun 20-Jun 4-Jul 18-Jul 1-Aug 15-Aug 29-Aug 12-Sep 26-Sep 10-Oct 24-Oct 7-Nov 21-Nov 5-Dec 19-Dec

7-Jan 21-Jan 4-Feb 18-Feb 4-Mar 18-Mar 1-Apr 15-Apr 29-Apr 13-May 27-May 10-Jun 24-Jun 8-Jul 22-Jul 5-Aug 19-Aug 2-Sep 16-Sep 30-Sep 14-Oct 28-Oct 11-Nov 25-Nov 9-Dec 23-Dec

www.yachtisabela.com | info@metropolitan-touring.com Av. De las Palmeras N45-74 y De las Orquídeas, Quito - Ecuador Phone: (593-2) 298 - 8300, Fax: (593-2) 334 - 1250

2014

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2013

START

2013

DRY DOCK

Northern Galápagos 7d/6n Tuesday To Monday

2014

2014

2013

Southern Galápagos 5d/4n Friday To Tuesday


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