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Fragata (Galapagos cruise)
The Galapagos Islands
Price for upgrade:
From Golondrina I to Fragata, 5-day/4-night cruise Per person:  £670
From Golondrina I to Fragata, 8-day/7-night cruise Per person:  £1035

Come on an unforgettable boat trip around the fascinating landscapes and unique wildlife of the Galapagos Islands aboard the motor boat, Fragata.

The boat has 9 cabins, accommodating 16 passengers on 2 decks. The cabins either have two singles or a double bed and an en suite bathroom as well as air conditioning. We use the cabins located on the upper deck where there is least engine noise.

There is a pleasant communal area on the boat with a TV and DVD player. This is also where an evening meeting is held to inform you about the next day’s itinerary. There is also a small bar here where you can buy drinks.

All the meals of the day are served in the restaurant as a buffet. Free water, coffee and tea are available throughout the day.

During the day, you can relax and enjoy the wonderful weather on the large sun deck. You can also come up here in the evening and look for shooting stars in the beautiful night sky that is not disturbed by light pollution.

Sailing around the Galapagos Islands aboard a boat is a unique experience, and you will establish a close and friendly relationship with both the crew and your fellow travellers.

Snorkelling equipment (mask and flippers) is available to hire on the boat.
The price for rental on a 5-day cruise is around 30 USD per person

The price for rental on an 8-day cruise is around 40 USD per person

It is also possible to hire a wetsuit if you need one. The price is the same as for rental of snorkelling equipment.

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