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G Adventures Launch new vessel in the Galápagos

6th September 2019 - 4:30pm

John Grehan (G Adventures Ireland)

John Grehan (G Adventures Ireland)

Leading tour operator G Adventures proudly introduces a sixth yacht to its fleet of vessels touring the Galápagos Islands, with departures starting in July 2020. The custom-built Reina Silvia Voyager catamaran will be among the most comfortable passenger touring vessels of its size in the Galápagos, and will reflect the company’s commitment to responsible tourism.


With 40 different itineraries, offering access to the 20 different islands of the Galápagos, ranging from 7 to 17 days in length, the Reina Silvia Voyager will allow G Adventures to meet the increasing traveller demand it is seeing for Galápagos adventure. There has been a 19 percent surge in global bookings of its marine-based cruises in the region since January 2016.


The 103-foot Reina Silvia Voyager catamaran will cruise the Galápagos Islands as a high-end touring vessel, accommodating up to 16 passengers in 10 cabins on two decks. Eight of those cabins are designed for twin/double stays, and two are dedicated to solo travellers who prefer their own space at a good value. Eight rooms offer private balconies, while all rooms have panoramic windows for optimal ocean viewing, plus bright, contemporary furnishings, artwork by local naturalist photographers, and energy-saving LED lighting.


All of the 2020 voyages will start and finish in the capital city of Quito, offering sailing through either the eastern or western Galápagos, including the inhabited islands of Isabela, Floreana, Santa Cruz and San Cristobal, plus eight other uninhabited islands which are protected within the Galápagos National Park system.

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John Grehan (G Adventures Ireland)
G Adventures launch new vessel in the Galápagos

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