Visit the subtle beauty of The Galapagos Islands.

 We`re delighted to have you here amid to the world wonders

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Why Galapagos Catamarans ?

catamaran ("cat" for short) is a multihulled vessel consisting of two parallel hulls of equal size. A catamaran is geometry-stabilized, that is, it derives its stability from its wide beam, rather than having a ballasted keel like a monohull.

Being ballast-free and lighter than a monohull, a catamaran can have a very shallow draught. The two hulls will be much finer than a monohull's, the reduced drag allowing faster speeds in some conditions, although the high wetted surface area is detrimental in lower wind speeds. A sailing multihull will heel much less than a sailing monohull of the same length, so on a windward course its sails spill less wind and are more efficient.

The Galapagos Islands & Galapagos visitor sites ...

Galapagos weather & Galapagos wildlife season.


  • Whale sharks could be seen in the northwestern islands toward the end of the month. Santa Cruz giant tortoises migrate to lowlands searching for good nesting-places. Humpback whales can be seen around the islands.

Weather:  misty and it starts the “dry season” known for its blue skies and mid-day showers.



  • Nesting season for blue-footed boobies, American oystercatchers, waved albatross,  and flightless cormorants.
    • Start of sea lion breeding season. 
      Lava lizards mating season.
    Weather: July and August are the months with strongest winds.



  • Frigatebird chicks are hatching.
  • Sea lions give birth during this time.
  • Giant tortoises go back to the highlands after laying their eggs. Weather: still in rainy season.

Our Cruise Offers

Galapagos cruise proposal is based on the best and prestige Galapagos Catamarans cruising on the Galapagos Islands. Shipowners from the Galapagos-Ecuador-South America. Here book your Galapagos Cruises direct !

Luxury Galapagos Catamarans

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First Class Galapagos Catamarans

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Galapagos Sail/Catamarans

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