Isabela II Cruise

Luxury Class Motor Yacht

From $3,776.00 per Person

All 20 cabins on board are spacious and have their own private bathrooms – as you might expect. They really do offer everything you could imagine from a high-end cruising vessel. However, it is the social areas that really stand out.The three public decks offer all the space you would find on a much larger vessel. With amenities that include a bar-salon, dining room, observation area, Jacuzzi and solarium, all your onboard needs are catered for.

Watch whales and dolphins from the viewing deck, snorkel in the shallow waters around the coast or head out in a glass bottom boat to explore the underwater world without getting wet.Enjoy your eight-day cruise on board and take in the highlights of a Galapagos Islands tour. Visit Darwin Bay, Bartolome Island and Post Office Bay, amongst others, and you’ll experience the real magic of the Galapagos.

Couples looking for the perfect Galapagos honeymoon experience can enjoy a romantic dinner on board and then gaze out from the observation deck at the stunning backdrop provided by these incredible islands. Retire to your well-appointed and stylish cabin for a Galapagos tour with a touch of luxury.

Whether you’re looking for the perfect Galapagos honeymoon or simply an adventure with a touch of luxury, the Isabela II can provide it. One of the finest ships sailing the Galapagos waters today, this is a tour you will never forget.

Itineraries

5 days – Southern Islands

5 Days

5 days – Central Islands

5 Days

7 days Itinerary

7 Days

Technical Specifications

  • Construction: 1979
  • Renovation: 2014
  • Category: Deluxe
  • Gross Tonnage: 1,025 tons.
  • Type of Vessel: Expedition Yacht
  • Capacity: 40 guests / 20 cabins
  • Length: 55.94 m (183 ft)
  • Beam: 11.58 m (38 ft)
  • Speed: 10 knots
  • Electricity: 110 – 220 V / 60 Hz
  • Engines: 2 CUMMINS, KTA-38-M1, 1000 HP
  • Navigation Equipment: Radar ARPA, Radar, Satellite Compass, Magnetic Compass, Automatic Pilot, Echosonar, 2 GPS, AIS
  • Fire Detector: Installed throughout the ship
  • Life Jackets: In each cabin
  • Lifeboats: 2 semi-enclosed units / capacity for 27 persons each
  • Life Rafts: Two 25-man, one 20-man
  • Decks: 3 (Boat deck, Cabin deck, Main deck)
  • Naturalist Guides: 3 (includes Expedition Leader)
  • Crew: 26
  • Passenger/Crew Ratio: 3:2
  • Medical Officer: Permanently on board
  • Safety Certificates: SOLAS 74, ISM, ISPS, MARPOL