New for 2019, the MY Solaris yacht was perfectly designed for first-class cruises in the Galapagos Islands. With state-of-the-art amenities and modern comforts, the Solaris Galapagos can cater to up to 16 guests in 11 en-suite cabins. On the upper deck are 3 cabins with a queen bed plus a single bed and 2 with a queen bed plus a double sofa bed. On the main deck are 1 double and 5 single cabins, making the Solaris one of the few yachts in the Galapagos, which caters to solo travelers with no single supplement. All cabins feature wardrobes, a writing desk, charging ports, reading lights, and panoramic ocean views.
Bright social areas throughout the yacht make great spaces to relax between dives. The indoor lounge is bright and inviting, with comfortable sofas, a dining room, a TV, a fully stocked bar, a library, and a games area. An open-air terrace on the main deck is perfect for enjoying a cocktail while admiring the stunning Galapagos landscapes. On the upper deck is the sun deck with comfortable loungers and an al-fresco dining area where mouthwatering cuisine is freshly prepared and served by the professional chef.
The M/Y Solaris yacht offers distinctive itineraries throughout the Galapagos, which make optimal use of your time in the islands, with visits to 2 sites per day. The onboard expert Naturalist Guide brings nature to life as you enjoy unexpected encounters with unique Galapagos wildlife. Two small inflatable dinghies make boarding and disembarking the yacht easier and faster, increasing the chances of spotting wildlife along the way. Cruises are from 4 days long and can be extended to combine itineraries to make the most of your time in the Galapagos.
Personal attention from the welcoming crew will make all guests feel right at home. Book online today to reserve your Galapagos small-ship cruise.
This exclusive 6-night itinerary primarily explores the remote western islands of Isabela and pristine Fernandina, which are both just recently born out of the fire. After navigating clockwise around Isabela we will return to the heart of the archipelago to visit several sites on Santiago and its satellite islets, before finishing on and around Santa Cruz and North Seymour. This cruise itinerary includes two nights of quiet rest at fairly calm anchorage sites.
DAY 1 – TUESDAY
AM: Flight to Baltra Airport (GPS)
PM: Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz)
DAY 2 – WEDNESDAY
PM: Wetlands, Tortoise breeding center (Isabela)
DAY 3 – THURSDAY
AM: Moreno Point (Isabela)
PM: Mangle Point / Tagus Cove (Isabela)
DAY 4 – FRIDAY
AM: Espinoza Point (Fernandina)
PM: Vicente Roca Point (Isabela)
DAY 5 – SATURDAY
AM: Espumilla Beach & Buccaneer Cove
PM: Puerto Egas (Santiago)
DAY 6 – SUNDAY
PM: Chinese Hat
DAY 7 – MONDAY
AM: Charles Darwin Research Station
Transfer to Baltra Airport
Our shortest route gets the most out of just four days on the Galapagos Islands. It combines the exclusive bird island of Genovesa with the popular highlights of South Plaza and Santa Fe, giving an excellent first impression of the archipelago. Some of the visitor’s sites include Darwin Bay, Prince Phillip’s Steps, Barrington Bay, Kicker Rock, and more.
DAY 1 – MONDAY
AM: Arrival at Baltra Airport
PM: Highlands (Santa Cruz)
DAY2 – TUESDAY
AM: North Seymour
DAY 3 – WEDNESDAY
AM: Darwin Bay (Genovesa)
PM: Prince Phillip Steps (Genovesa)
DAY 4 – THURSDAY
AM: South Plaza
PM: Barrington Bay (Santa Fe)
DAY 5 – FRIDAY
AM: Witch Hill (San Cristobal)
Transfer to San Cristobal Airport.