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Camila Luxury Yacht, the Exclusive Trimaran

Only for 16 Passengers

Welcome to the first all inclusive trimaran cruise of the Galapagos islands! Are you ready to explore one of the most beautiful places on earth from one of our deluxe cruises across the archipelago?

Travel in style to the different islands in our ample one of a kind cabins and enjoy the stunning ocean view from the intimacy of your own private balcony while you relax, champagne in hand, in our elegant and swift Camila,  designed for comfort and ultimate sailing stability.

Our professional, bilingual naturalist guide will lead you to the best spots of the islands, where you can have up close encounters with blue footed boobies, iguanas, giant tortoises, whales and more. Relax after exploring the Galapagos in our spectacular jacuzzi, let the stress fly away as you enjoy the seabreeze and the open sky above you.

Why the Camila is right for you?

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Private Balcony

in all cabins

Feel the breeze and enjoy the view from the first row. Say hello! to the dolphins & sea lions.

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Unique Places

await for you

Designed itineraries take you to the must-see places of the islands. Discover them with us.

Trimaran design

Smooth Sailing

in our trimaran

Trimaran's astounding stability and upwind capabilities ensure a safe, fast and steady travel.

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Carbon Offset

part of the change

Carbon offset is guaranteed in all of our cruises due to our alliance with NativeEnergy.

Adventure travelling has never been this luxurious

Learn all about the Camila and welcome aboard!

Camila Galapagos Trimaran Tech Specs

Tech Specs

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Departure Dates Camila

2022-2023 Departure Dates

Camila Luxury Galapagos Cruise Itineraries

Choose from 4 Itineraries. Departures all year round

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4-day In Paradise

Sat - Tue

From the sea lions of Lobos Island to the pristine waters of Bachas Beach, embark on a stunning journey through volcanic islands and meet flamingos, boobies, sharks and more!

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5-day Cruise

Tue - Sat

Explore volcano cones and meet lava lizards! Enjoy hiking, swimming and snorkeling and visit lagoons and tidal pools, meet sea lions and tropical fish!

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8-day Cruise

Sat - Sat

Discover salt water lagoons, hidden beaches, visit Darwin's research station, hike, swim, snorkel and learn about pirate history, send a love letter from the sea!

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8-day Cruise

Sat - Sat

White sand coral beaches await you! Explore lava islands, alluring mangroves, a red gravel beach, flamingo lagoons, tidal pools with sea lions and much more!

Any questions?

We are here to help, just get in touch with us!

Do not hesitate to ask if there is anything we can do to assist you

We wish to enhance your Galapagos experience.

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Eight days of adventures at sea.

Santiago Island – Isabela Island – Fernandina Island – Santa Cruz Island – Santa Fe Island – Floreana Island – San Cristobal

Eight days and seven nights aboard the Camila Luxury Trimaran in 2022:

Rate by person: USD USD 7.550 (in double cabin)

Contact us to check our charter rates.

Special Note: The following itinerary includes all necessary details on each day’s activities. If you have further questions please contact your Account Manager or Travel Agent.

AM: Arrival to Baltra Airport with transfer to M/T Camila

Welcome to the Galapagos Islands aboard the M/T Camila. The guide and crew will greet you and show you to your accommodations upon your arrival. Afterwards, the guide and cruise manager will hold a short briefing on all safety and emergency protocols, different areas of the vessel and the normal routine of the itinerary.

PM: Santiago Island – Sullivan Bay
Southeast of Santiago Island, Sullivan Bay shows off an interesting lava field with a geologically young flow from 1897. Because the rocks are black and formed of lava, it can get quite hot. Appropriate footwear is required for this visit in order to protect your feet.

Activities: Hiking, swimming and snorkeling.
Difficulty: Moderate
Landing: Dry landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, sally lightfoot crabs.
What to Bring: Sturdy hiking shoes and walking sticks to aid on the uneven terrain.

AM: Isabela Island – Vicente Roca Point

Isabela Island is the largest of all the Galapagos islands. It is most famously known as the island shaped as a seahorse. While in the panga, keep an eye out for the
magnificent mola-mola sunfish!

Activities: Snorkeling and panga ride
Difficulty: Easy/Moderate
Landing: No Landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, blue-footed boobies, various shorebirds, mola-mola sunfish, sea turtles, Galapagos penguins, nazca boobies, sally lightfoot crabs.
What to Bring: Dry bag for camera or any electronics brought onto the panga.

PM: Fernandina Island – Espinosa Point
Between the Bolivar Channel dividing Isabela and Fernandina Islands lies Espinosa Point. The highlight of this visit is the nesting colony of the Flightless Cormorant, which over time lost its ability to fly due to evolutions distinct changes, helping it swim better and faster. Also seen at this site are the incredible remnants of solid magma, but watch your step for the many marine iguanas known to crowd the area.

Activities: Hike
Difficulty: Moderate
Landing: Dry but may be slippery at low tide
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, sally lightfoot crabs, flightless
cormorant, Galapagos penguins, fur seals and marine iguanas.
What to Bring: Walking sticks and sturdy footwear.

AM: Isabela – Tagus Cove

If you like historic remnants, then you will enjoy finding what was left behind from pirates and sailors in the 1800s. This site was one of their preferred pit stops while
traveling the seas. The hike here will provide incredible views of the cove and on the other side the mangrove forest where the last 35 pairs of Mangrove finches thrive.

Activities: Hike, snorkeling and panga ride
Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Landing: Dry landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, flightless cormorant, Galapagos penguins, marine iguanas, sally lightfoot crabs, mangrove finches.
What to Bring: Walking sticks and sturdy footwear for the hike, camera is a must!

PM: Isabela Island – Urbina Bay
Millions of years ago, Urbina Bay was once laying on the ocean floor. Volcanic uplifts caused it to rise and now it is occupied by sea lions, land iguanas and flightless
cormorants. It is a great place to enjoy some free time on the beach or the guide may suggest a hike.

Activities: Hike, snorkeling and panga ride
Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Landing: Wet landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, flightless cormorant, marine iguanas, sea turtles, land iguanas, Galapagos Hawk, sally lightfoot crabs, Galapagos tortoise.

AM: Isabela Island – Elizabeth Bay

On the eastern coast of Isabela Island is Elizabeth Bay with many islets. These parts are visited by panga and on the rocky shores Galapagos penguins can be seen. There is a large abundance of marine life that can be seen in the clear waters.

Activities: Panga ride
Difficulty: Easy
Landing: No Landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, frigate birds, sea turtles, various shorebirds, flightless cormorant, marine iguanas, pelicans, sally lightfoot crabs, tropical fish and marine life such as galapagos sharks.

PM: Isabela Island – Moreno Point

The beautiful rocky shores of Moreno Point offer a plethora of birds to be seen. It is truly a birders delight. The main attractions are the coast lagoons where white tipped sharks can be seen and the panoramic views of Sierra Negra and Cerro Azul volcanoes cannot be missed.

Activities: Hike, snorkeling and panga ride
Difficulty: Moderate
Landing: Wet landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, great blue herons, various shorebirds, flightless cormorant, marine iguanas, sally lightfoot crabs, sea turtles, land iguanas, Galapagos
Hawk, Galapagos tortoise.

AM: Santa Cruz Island – Charles Darwin Station

The Charles Darwin Research Station is one of the Galapagos Island’s most important sites for visitors. It is a research facility that has an extensive collection of Galapagos plant life specimens carefully preserved and also acts as a biological research station and active breeding center operated by the Charles Darwin Foundation.

Activities: Visit to the research station
Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Landing: Dry landing
Possible Wildlife: Galapagos tortoises in captivation and various stages of tortoises.

PM: Santa Cruz Island – Highlands
The highlands are located in the northern part of Santa Cruz and can reach elevations up to 1500 meters. This area is rich with hills, ferns, volcanoes and wildlife. A great contrast to the molten lava hardened beaches and rocky areas of other islands already seen. It is home to giant tortoises, mockingbirds, finches and many other species.

Activities: Hike
Difficulty: Moderate
Landing: Dry landing
Possible Wildlife: Galapagos tortoises, finches, mockingbirds, lava lizards, pintail ducks, other shorebirds.

AM: Santa Fe Island

Santa Fe is home to the endemic Santa Fe iguana. The island was created by a volcanic uplift that now hosts a forest of Opuntia and Palo Santo trees. It is a
picturesque island with two different trails, one leading to a scenic viewpoint and the other leading to a small beach.

Activities: Hike
Difficulty: Moderate
Landing: Dry landing
Possible Wildlife: Santa Fe land iguanas, frigatebirds, sally lightfoot crabs, sea lions, finches, various shorebirds.
What to Bring: Sturdy footwear for hiking and walking sticks.

PM: South Plazas Island
This small island with steep cliffs was formed by rising lava. It is home to one of the largest sea lion colonies, as well as colorful land iguanas. The most characteristic plant on the island is the Sesuvium that turns bright red during the dry season, creating a contrast on the island. The amazing colors of the turquoise waters against the black lava create a setting for amazing photography opportunities.

Activities: Hike
Difficulty: Moderate
Landing: Dry landing
Possible Wildlife: frigatebirds, sally lightfoot crabs, sea lions, land iguanas, swallow-tailed gulls, various shorebirds and seabirds.
What to Bring: Sturdy footwear for hiking and walking sticks.

AM: Floreana – Post Office Bay

Ask the Cruise Manager for one of our complimentary postcards to write a message and address it home. Leave it in the barrel used before by pirates and sailors. While you’re there, see if there are any other postcards you can take home with you to send for fellow travelers who have already left their messages!

Activities: Post office barrel and leave a postcard, relaxing on the beach, swimming or snorkeling
Difficulty: Easy/Moderate
Landing: Wet landing
Possible Wildlife: frigatebirds, sea lions, sea turtles, various shorebirds and seabirds, marine life.
What to Bring: Bring your swimsuit and don’t forget your postcards.

PM: Floreana – Devil’s Crown / Cormorant Point
Just off of Floreana Island is a fantastic snorkeling site known as Devil’s Crown. Various tropical fish species can be seen, even galapagos sharks or white-tipped
sharks. Sea lions can be seen hunting for fish or playing through schools of hundreds of fish in circles, it is really quite the sight to see. Cormorant point on Floreana Island is a great place to see one of the places where flamingos live in salt water lagoons.
Walking along the trail after the lagoon leads to a hidden beach great for walking in the soft sand. Watch your feet if wading in the water, stingrays love to hang out here as well.

Activities: Snorkeling and hiking
Difficulty: Snorkeling – Moderate to difficult / Hike – easy
Landing: Wet landing
Possible Wildlife: frigatebirds, sea lions, sea turtles, galapagos sharks, white-tipped sharks, tropical fish, various shorebirds and seabirds, marine life.
What to Bring: If you have an underwater camera, Devil’s Crown is one of the best places to bring it while snorkeling.

AM: San Cristobal Island – Interpretation Center / Galapaguera

At the interpretation center you’ll find many different exhibits on information about the natural and geological history of the Galapagos Islands. It first opened in 1998 to help enforce the efforts of wildlife protection and the natural environment through means of population and tourist control.

Activities: Interactive Exhibits
Difficulty: Easy landing
Landing: Dry

Transfer to Airport

The only visit you will have on this day is to the Interpretation Center. Afterwards, you will have time to gather your belongings and then the guide and cruise manager will thank you for your time with GHSea. Then, you will be transferred to the airport and your cruise will come to an end.

Interpretations and definitions.

Landing – this is how you will arrive to each visitor site after leaving the vessel.

Wet – These types of landings mean that you will have to step out of the panga by the
shore onto a beach or another type of wet surface. Guides will give instructions on how to disembark safely and whether your footwear should be removed or not. Once
ashore, guides will provide special towels in order to dry off before putting on your footwear.

Dry – On dry landings guests will disembark the pangas onto a dry surface. This could be a man made dock or boat landing. On these types of landings it is not necessary to
remove your footwear.

No Landing – If there is no landing, you will either do the excursion via panga ride or enter the water for a snorkeling activity straight from the panga.

Panga – This is the small boat or zodiac used by GHSea’s crew in order to transport guests to and from the boat to visitor sites and ports.

What to Bring – These are merely suggestions by GHSea experts on items that can help you enhance your visit to create a more enjoyable experience.

Possible Wildlife – We cannot guarantee a 100% chance of observing the wildlife listed in these sections. It is based on guide knowledge and what has been seen before. The animals in the Galapagos Islands are wild and come and go as they please. You may even see wildlife that is not listed.

Activities – Please take into consideration that each visitor site is allowed specific activities authorized by the Galapagos National Park Authorities. Your guide will explain the different activities available at each site and may even give provide two different options.

Difficulty of Activities:

Easy – Activities rated easy means no great efforts are required and the excursion will be very easy going.
Moderate – These activities may require some effort on your behalf, depending on your physical conditions but nothing extreme or intense.
Difficult – Activities categorized as difficult will include more intense hikes or uneven terrain. Examples may be climbing over small/medium sized boulders, walking uneven
or slippery surfaces. Breaks may be needed, make sure to tell your guide if you need assistance. One should be in good overall health and physical conditions. Nevertheless, guides will always keep the pace of the slowest person and will be aware of the entire groups physical abilities in order for everyone to enjoy the activity.

Use of Jacuzzi – The use of Jacuzzi is subject to weather conditions, itinerary and the sea conditions. Please talk to the Cruise Manager if you are interested in using the Jacuzzi during your stay.

Arrival/Departure
When arriving to the Galapagos airport, you must first pass through the Galapagos National Park entrance and then onto baggage claim. Continuing through the airport with your baggage you will scan your belongings once more and then finally pass through.
Just outside the doors will be your GHSea Guide waiting with a sign to greet you. Once all those who will be boarding are together, the guide will escort everyone to the vessel to be welcomed by the crew and Cruise Manager.
At the end of your cruise, your guide will transfer you and the rest of the group to the airport specified in the itinerary with assistance at the check-in area.

Eight fun days to explore!

San Cristobal Island – Española Island – Santa Cruz Island – Rabida Island – Mosquera Islet – North Seymour Island

Eight days and seven nights aboard the Camila Luxury Trimaran in 2022:

Rate by person: USD USD 7.550 (in double cabin)

Contact us to check our charter rates.

Special Note: The following itinerary includes all necessary details on each day’s activities. If you have further questions please contact your Account Manager or Travel Agent.

AM: Arrival to San Cristobal Airport with transfer to M/T Camila

Welcome to the Galapagos Islands aboard the M/T Camila. The guide and crew will greet you and show you to your accommodations upon your arrival. Afterwards, the guide and cruise manager will hold a short briefing on all safety and emergency protocols, different areas of the vessel and the normal routine of the itinerary.

PM: San Cristobal – Lobos Island/Kicker Rock
Lobos Island is aptly named after the many sea lions that reside here resting and playing along the rocky shores. It is also home to many different birds like pelicans, frigate birds and their nests, yellow warblers and more. Within the small channel the waters are very clear, making it easy to find sea turtles, sea lions, stingrays and perhaps even white-tipped sharks.

Kicker rock is one of the most extraordinary sites in the Galapagos Islands, made of two eroded volcanic cones that tower over the sea at about 104 meters in the middle of the open water. It is one of the best sites in Galapagos to see incredible underwater life.

Activities: Short hiking, swimming and snorkeling.
Difficulty: Easy/Moderate
Landing: Dry landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, sally lightfoot crabs, frigate birds, Galapagos sharks, schools of tropical fish, stingrays.

AM: San Cristobal – Pitt Point

When arriving to Pitt Point, it will feel almost like you’ve landed on an extraterrestrial planet. You can see the many different developments over time of how volcanic
activity formed this island. A hike up to the top beholds amazing views of the surrounding waters. Watch out for blue-footed boobie nests on the ground and keep
an eye out for the red-footed boobies nesting in the trees once you reach the top of the island.

Activities: Hiking and kayaking.
Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Landing: Wet landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, sally lightfoot crabs, Nazca boobies, blue-footed boobies, red-footed boobies.
What to Bring: Sturdy hiking shoes and walking sticks to aid on the uneven terrain.

PM: San Cristobal – Witch Hill
Passing by on a panga your guide and crew will show you amazing rock formations formed by the passing of time and erosion of the sea. You’ll finally arrive at a beautiful white sandy beach to spend the time swimming or basking in the sun. Frolic with sea lions who may swim by playfully or take a walk down the entire beach and back.

Activities: Panga ride, swimming and snorkeling.
Difficulty: Moderate
Landing: Dry landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, sally lightfoot crabs.
What to Bring: Swimwear and/or sandals or shoes for both land and water.

AM: Española – Suarez Point

This is the only nesting site in Galapagos where the Waved Albatross nests. They come back only once a year to meet the same mate, year after year. They spend the
rest of the year at sea. Apart from these amazing birds are the Galapagos Hawks that can be seen and the amazing formations and blow hole on the other side of the island, reached by a hike.

Activities: Hike
Difficulty: Easy/ Moderate
Landing: Dry landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, marine iguanas, Galapagos hawk, waved albatross, red-billed tropic birds, various shorebirds, sally lightfoot crabs.
What to Bring: Sturdy hiking shoes and walking sticks to aid on uneven terrain.

PM: Española – Gardner Bay / Osborn Islet
Gardner Bay is an excellent place to see sea lions lounging on the beach while mockingbirds get up close to see if they can steal water or crumbs. Over time, the
mockingbird must have been offered water or food from tourists and now they have no fear of walking on your things or landing very close to you. It is so important not to feed or touch the animals. It can disrupt their normal behaviors and threaten their future.

Activities: Walking on the beach and swimming.
Difficulty: Easy
Landing: Wet landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, mockingbirds, stingrays, sea turtles.
What to Bring: Swimwear and footwear for walking in and out of the water.

AM: Santa Cruz – Bachas Beach

Bachas beach has beautiful green and blue waters that contrast along the surf of the black lava shores. In the air various shore birds fly searching for food. On the shore
you can explore the sand dunes and find a salt water lagoon with greater pink flamingos.

Activities: Walking on the beach and swimming.
Difficulty: Easy
Landing: Wet landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, mockingbirds, sea turtles, flamingos.

PM: Bartolome Island

This island is well known for its incredible remnants of volcano cones and distinct terrain such as Pinnacle Rock. A hike will lead you up to the top of a lookout point to
see all of Sullivan Bay. You might be able to see lava lizards and various sea birds flying above.

Activities: Walk on the boardwalk, hike, snorkeling.
Difficulty: Easy
Landing: Dry and Wet are both possibilities
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, lava lizards, frigate birds.

AM: Rabida Island

This visitor site is quite different from others as it has a very distinct and red fine gravel beach due to the iron content. Snorkeling can be done here with spectacular sights of tropical fish. Visitors like to walk along the beach taking in the sights and also visiting the black lagoon with pink flamingos.

Activities: Walking on the beach, swimming and snorkeling.
Difficulty: Easy
Landing: Wet landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, pelican, manta rays, sea turtles, pink flamingos, lava lizards, Galapagos doves, blue-footed boobies.

PM: Santiago Island – Egas Port
This visitor site is also known as James Bay, it is home to Galapagos hawks, lava lizards and the trails lead to a coastline with gorgeous tide pools full of fauna. Fur
seals, different from the common sea lions can also be seen here.

Activities: Walking on the beach, swimming and snorkeling.
Difficulty: Easy
Landing: Wet landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, pelican, stingrays, sea turtles, fur seals, marine iguanas, lava lizards, Galapagos doves, blue-footed boobies.

AM: Genovesa – Darwin Bay

A white sand coral beach leads the way to a hiking trail through mangroves filled with many different species of land birds and other famous species like blue-footed and red-footed boobies and swallow-tailed gulls. Towards the end of the hike are tidal pools where you can find sea lions swimming playfully and finally a spectacular view off a cliff.

Activities: Hike and/or snorkeling
Difficulty: Easy/Moderate
Landing: Wet landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, red-footed boobies, blue-footed boobies, marine iguanas, lava lizards.

PM: Genovesa – El Barranco
El Barranco is also known as Prince Philip’s Steps. It is an extraordinary site on the flatter area of the island in Darwin’s Bay. Be prepared to make your way up a rocky
crevasse, then enjoy the easy trail to spectacular views. This is one of the few visitor sites where all three boobie species can be seen, as well as the short-eared owl.

Activities: Hike
Difficulty: Moderate/Difficult
Landing: Dry landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, all three boobie species, short-eared owls, marine iguanas, Galapagos doves, storm petrels, finches, frigatebirds.

AM: Mosquera Islet

Located between the islands of Baltra and North Seymour lays a reef made of coral. This was the result of volcanic uprising making the islet only 160 meters across at its narrowest width. It has one of the largest populations of sea lions and is home to many shorebirds. On occasion, orcas can be seen hunting off the shoreline.

Activities: Panga ride
Difficulty: Easy
Landing: No landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds and seabirds, frigatebirds, orcas.

PM: Santa Cruz: Highlands
The highlands are located in the northern part of Santa Cruz and can reach elevations up to 1500 meters. This area is rich with hills, ferns, volcanoes and wildlife. A great contrast to the molten lava harden beaches and rocky areas of other islands already seen. It is home to giant tortoises, mockingbirds, finches and many other species.

Activities: Hike
Difficulty: Moderate
Landing: Dry landing
Possible Wildlife: Galapagos tortoises, finches, mockingbirds, lava lizards, pintail ducks, other shorebirds.

AM: North Seymour

Explore the rocky coast of North Seymour passing colonies of blue-footed boobies and magnificent frigatebirds. The island was formed by a series of submarine lava expelled from the ocean floor, carrying with it layers of sediment uplifted by the tectonic activity. The island is mostly characterized by the arid vegetation.

Activities: Hike, snorkel, panga ride
Difficulty: Moderate
Landing: Dry landing
Possible Wildlife: Marine iguanas, frigatebirds, sea lions, blue-footed boobies, finches, land iguanas.

Transfer to Airport
After this final visit you will be transferred to the airport and your cruise will come to an end and you will be transferred to Baltra Airport.

Interpretations and definitions.

Landing – this is how you will arrive to each visitor site after leaving the vessel.

Wet – These types of landings mean that you will have to step out of the panga by the
shore onto a beach or another type of wet surface. Guides will give instructions on how to disembark safely and whether your footwear should be removed or not. Once
ashore, guides will provide special towels in order to dry off before putting on your footwear.

Dry – On dry landings guests will disembark the pangas onto a dry surface. This could be a man made dock or boat landing. On these types of landings it is not necessary to
remove your footwear.

No Landing – If there is no landing, you will either do the excursion via panga ride or enter the water for a snorkeling activity straight from the panga.

Panga – This is the small boat or zodiac used by GHSea’s crew in order to transport guests to and from the boat to visitor sites and ports.

What to Bring – These are merely suggestions by GHSea experts on items that can help you enhance your visit to create a more enjoyable experience.

Possible Wildlife – We cannot guarantee a 100% chance of observing the wildlife listed in these sections. It is based on guide knowledge and what has been seen before. The animals in the Galapagos Islands are wild and come and go as they please. You may even see wildlife that is not listed.

Activities – Please take into consideration that each visitor site is allowed specific activities authorized by the Galapagos National Park Authorities. Your guide will explain the different activities available at each site and may even give provide two different options.

Difficulty of Activities:

Easy – Activities rated easy means no great efforts are required and the excursion will be very easy going.
Moderate – These activities may require some effort on your behalf, depending on your physical conditions but nothing extreme or intense.
Difficult – Activities categorized as difficult will include more intense hikes or uneven terrain. Examples may be climbing over small/medium sized boulders, walking uneven
or slippery surfaces. Breaks may be needed, make sure to tell your guide if you need assistance. One should be in good overall health and physical conditions. Nevertheless, guides will always keep the pace of the slowest person and will be aware of the entire groups physical abilities in order for everyone to enjoy the activity.

Use of Jacuzzi – The use of Jacuzzi is subject to weather conditions, itinerary and the sea conditions. Please talk to the Cruise Manager if you are interested in using the Jacuzzi during your stay.

Arrival/Departure
When arriving to the Galapagos airport, you must first pass through the Galapagos National Park entrance and then onto baggage claim. Continuing through the airport with your baggage you will scan your belongings once more and then finally pass through.
Just outside the doors will be your GHSea Guide waiting with a sign to greet you. Once all those who will be boarding are together, the guide will escort everyone to the vessel to be welcomed by the crew and Cruise Manager.
At the end of your cruise, your guide will transfer you and the rest of the group to the airport specified in the itinerary with assistance at the check-in area.

Four Days in Paradise

San Cristobal- Lobos Island – Kicker Rock – Witch Hill – Suarez Point – Osborn Islet – Santa Cruz

Four days and three nights aboard the Camila Luxury Trimaran in 2022:

Rate by person: USD USD 3.580 (in double cabin)

Contact us to check our charter rates.

Special Note: The following itinerary includes all necessary details on each day’s activities. If you have further questions please contact your Account Manager or Travel Agent.

AM: Arrival to San Cristobal Airport with transfer to M/T Camila
 

Welcome to the Galapagos Islands, discover the most enchanting place on earth aboard the M/T Camila. At your arrival we’ll show you to your accommodations and the cruise manager will hold a short briefing on all safety and emergency protocols. 

PM: San Cristobal – Lobos Island/Kicker Rock

On the first day of our cruise we’ll visit Lobos Island, aptly named after the many sea lions that reside here resting and playing along the rocky shores. It is also home to many different bird species, here you can also find a small channel with very clear water, where sea turtles, sea lions, stingrays and perhaps even white-tipped sharks can be spotted.


Activities: Short hiking, swimming and snorkeling. 

Difficulty: Easy/Moderate 

Landing: Dry

Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, sally lightfoot crabs, frigate birds.

AM: San Cristobal – Pitt Point

By the morning we will be arriving at Pitt Point, an amazing island formed thanks to the volcanic activity of the region, we’ll get to the top of the Island for a breathtaking view. Watch out for blue-footed boobie nests on the ground and keep an eye out for the red-footed boobies nesting in the trees once you reach the top of the island.

Activities: Hiking and kayaking.
Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Landing: Wet
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, sally lightfoot crabs, Nazca boobies, blue-footed boobies, red-footed boobies.
What to Bring: Sturdy hiking shoes and walking sticks to aid on the uneven terrain.

PM: San Cristobal – Witch Hill

Later we’ll visit Witch Hill, passing by on a panga. Your guide and crew will show you amazing rock formations caused by the passing of time and erosion of the sea. You’ll finally arrive at a beautiful white sandy beach to swim and enjoy the sun. Frolic with sea lions who may swim by playfully or take a walk down the entire beach and back.

Activities: Panga ride, swimming and snorkeling.
Difficulty: Moderate
Landing: Dry
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, sally lightfoot crabs.
What to Bring: Swimwear and/or sandals or shoes for both land and water.

AM: Española – Suarez Point

Today we’ll visit Española Island,the only site in Galapagos where the Waved Albatross nests. They come back only once a year to meet the same mate, year after year. We’ll also look for Galapagos Hawks that can be seen around the area and the amazing formations and blow holes on the other side of the island.

Activities: Hike
Difficulty: Easy/ Moderate
Landing: Dry
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, marine iguanas, Galapagos hawk, waved albatross, red-billed tropic birds, various shorebirds, sally lightfoot crabs.
What to Bring: Sturdy hiking shoes and walking sticks to aid on uneven terrain.

PM: Española – Gardner Bay / Osborn Islet

Later in the afternoon you’ll meet even more sea lions at Gardner Bay, where they like to lounge on the beach while mockingbirds get up close to see if they can steal water or crumbs. Over time, the mockingbird must have been offered water or food from tourists and now they have no fear of walking on your things or landing very close to you. It is so important not to feed or touch the animals. It can disrupt their normal behaviors and threaten their future.

Activities: Walking on the beach and swimming.
Difficulty: Easy
Landing: Wet
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, mockingbirds, stingrays, sea turtles.
What to Bring: Swimwear and footwear for walking in and out of the water.

AM: Santa Cruz – Bachas Beach

Bachas beach has beautiful green and blue waters that contrast along the surf of the black lava shores. In the air various shore birds fly searching for food. On the shore you can explore the sand dunes and find a salt water lagoon with greater pink flamingos.

Activities: Walking on the beach and swimming.
Difficulty: Easy
Landing: Wet
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, mockingbirds, sea turtles, flamingos.

Transfer to Airport
The only visit you will have on this day is to the Interpretation Center. Afterwards, you will have time to gather your belongings and then the guide and cruise manager will thank you for your time with GHSea Cruises. Then, you will be transferred to the airport and your cruise will come to an end.

Interpretations and definitions.

Landing – this is how you will arrive to each visitor site after leaving the vessel.

Wet – These types of landings mean that you will have to step out of the panga by the
shore onto a beach or another type of wet surface. Guides will give instructions on how to disembark safely and whether your footwear should be removed or not. Once
ashore, guides will provide special towels in order to dry off before putting on your footwear.

Dry – On dry landings guests will disembark the pangas onto a dry surface. This could be a man made dock or boat landing. On these types of landings it is not necessary to
remove your footwear.

No Landing – If there is no landing, you will either do the excursion via panga ride or enter the water for a snorkeling activity straight from the panga.

Panga – This is the small boat or zodiac used by GHSea’s crew in order to transport guests to and from the boat to visitor sites and ports.

What to Bring – These are merely suggestions by GHSea experts on items that can help you enhance your visit to create a more enjoyable experience.

Possible Wildlife – We cannot guarantee a 100% chance of observing the wildlife listed in these sections. It is based on guide knowledge and what has been seen before. The animals in the Galapagos Islands are wild and come and go as they please. You may even see wildlife that is not listed.

Activities – Please take into consideration that each visitor site is allowed specific activities authorized by the Galapagos National Park Authorities. Your guide will explain the different activities available at each site and may even give provide two different options.

Difficulty of Activities:

Easy – Activities rated easy means no great efforts are required and the excursion will be very easy going.
Moderate – These activities may require some effort on your behalf, depending on your physical conditions but nothing extreme or intense.
Difficult – Activities categorized as difficult will include more intense hikes or uneven terrain. Examples may be climbing over small/medium sized boulders, walking uneven
or slippery surfaces. Breaks may be needed, make sure to tell your guide if you need assistance. One should be in good overall health and physical conditions. Nevertheless, guides will always keep the pace of the slowest person and will be aware of the entire groups physical abilities in order for everyone to enjoy the activity.

Use of Jacuzzi – The use of Jacuzzi is subject to weather conditions, itinerary and the sea conditions. Please talk to the Cruise Manager if you are interested in using the Jacuzzi during your stay.

Arrival/Departure
When arriving to the Galapagos airport, you must first pass through the Galapagos National Park entrance and then onto baggage claim. Continuing through the airport with your baggage you will scan your belongings once more and then finally pass through.
Just outside the doors will be your GHSea Guide waiting with a sign to greet you. Once all those who will be boarding are together, the guide will escort everyone to the vessel to be welcomed by the crew and Cruise Manager.
At the end of your cruise, your guide will transfer you and the rest of the group to the airport specified in the itinerary with assistance at the check-in area.

Five enchanting days at sea.

Bartolome Island – Rabida Island – Genovesa – Santa Cruz – North Seymour – Baltra

Five days and four nights aboard the Camila Luxury Trimaran in 2022:

Rate by person: USD USD 4.820 (in double cabin)

Contact us to check our charter rates.

Special Note: The following itinerary includes all necessary details on each day’s activities. If you have further questions please contact your Account Manager or Travel Agent.

AM: Arrival to Baltra Airport with transfer to M/T Camila

Welcome to the Galapagos Islands, discover the most enchanting place on earth aboard the M/T Camila. At your arrival we’ll show you to your accommodations and the cruise manager will hold a short briefing on all safety and emergency protocols.

PM: Bartolome Island

Your first adventure on board the Camila will take you to Bartolome Island, this island is well known for its incredible remnants of volcano cones and distinct terrain such as Pinnacle Rock. This peculiar island is home of lava lizards and various beautiful sea birds.

Activities: Walk on the boardwalk, hike, snorkeling.
Difficulty: Easy
Landing: Dry and Wet are both possibilities
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, lava lizards, frigate birds.

AM: Rabida Island

This visitor site is quite different from others as it has a very distinct and red fine gravel beach due to the iron content. Snorkeling can be done here with spectacular sights of
tropical fish. Visitors like to walk along the beach taking in the sights and also visiting the black lagoon with pink flamingos.

Activities: Walking on the beach, swimming and snorkeling.
Difficulty: Easy
Landing: Wet
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, pelican, manta rays, sea turtles, pink
flamingos, lava lizards, Galapagos doves, blue-footed boobies.

PM: Santiago Island – Egas Port

This visitor site is also known as James Bay, it is home to Galapagos hawks, lava lizards and the trails lead to a coastline with gorgeous tide pools full of fauna. Fur
seals, different from the common sea lions can also be seen here.

Activities: Walking on the beach, swimming and snorkeling.
Difficulty: Easy
Landing: Wet
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, pelican, stingrays, sea turtles, fur
seals, marine iguanas, lava lizards, Galapagos doves, blue-footed boobies.

AM: Genovesa – Darwin Bay

A white sand coral beach leads the way to a hiking trail through mangroves filled with many different species of land birds and other famous species like blue-footed and
red-footed boobies and swallow tailed gulls. Towards the end of the hike are tidal pools where you can find sea lions swimming playfully and finally a spectacular view off
a cliff.

Activities: Hike and/or snorkeling
Difficulty: Easy/Moderate
Landing: Wet
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds, red-footed boobies, blue-footed
boobies, marine iguanas, lava lizards.

PM: Genovesa – El Barranco

El Barranco is also known as Prince Philip’s Steps. It is an extraordinary site on the flatter area of the island in Darwin’s Bay. Be prepared to make your way up a rocky
crevasse, then enjoy the easy trail to spectacular views. This is one of the few visitor sites where all three boobie species can be seen, as well as the short-eared owl.

Activities: Hike
Difficulty: Moderate/Difficult
Landing: Dry
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, all three boobie species, short-eared owls, marine
iguanas, Galapagos doves, storm petrels, finches, frigatebirds.

AM: Mosquera Islet

Between the islands of Baltra and North Seymour lies a coral reef, welcome to Mosquera Islet. This place was the result of volcanic uprising making the islet only 160 meters across at its narrowest width. It has one of the largest populations of sea lions and on occasion, orcas can be seen hunting off the shoreline.

Activities: Panga ride
Difficulty: Easy
Landing: No landing
Possible Wildlife: Sea lions, various shorebirds and seabirds, frigatebirds, orcas.

PM: Santa Cruz: Highlands
The highlands are located in the northern part of Santa Cruz and can reach elevations up to 1500 meters. This area is rich with hills, ferns, volcanoes and wildlife. A great
contrast to the molten lava harden beaches and rocky areas of other islands already seen. It is home to giant tortoises, mockingbirds, finches and many other species.

Activities: Hike
Difficulty: Moderate
Landing: Dry
Possible Wildlife: Galapagos tortoises, finches, mockingbirds, lava lizards, pintail ducks, other shorebirds.

AM: North Seymour
Explore the rocky coast of North Seymour passing colonies of blue-footed boobies and magnificent frigatebirds. The island was formed by a series of submarine lava expelled
from the ocean floor, carrying with it layers of sediment uplifted by the tectonic activity.
The island is mostly characterized by the arid vegetation.

Activities: Hike, snorkel, panga ride
Difficulty: Moderate
Landing: Dry
Possible Wildlife: Marine iguanas, frigatebirds, sea lions, blue-footed boobies, finches, land iguanas.

Transfer to Airport
The only visit you will have on this day is to the Interpretation Center. Afterwards, you will have time to gather your belongings and then the guide and cruise manager will
thank you for your time with GHSea. Then, you will be transferred to the airport and your cruise will come to an end.

Interpretations and definitions.

Landing – this is how you will arrive to each visitor site after leaving the vessel.

Wet – These types of landings mean that you will have to step out of the panga by the
shore onto a beach or another type of wet surface. Guides will give instructions on how to disembark safely and whether your footwear should be removed or not. Once
ashore, guides will provide special towels in order to dry off before putting on your footwear.

Dry – On dry landings guests will disembark the pangas onto a dry surface. This could be a man made dock or boat landing. On these types of landings it is not necessary to
remove your footwear.

No Landing – If there is no landing, you will either do the excursion via panga ride or enter the water for a snorkeling activity straight from the panga.

Panga – This is the small boat or zodiac used by GHSea’s crew in order to transport guests to and from the boat to visitor sites and ports.

What to Bring – These are merely suggestions by GHSea experts on items that can help you enhance your visit to create a more enjoyable experience.

Possible Wildlife – We cannot guarantee a 100% chance of observing the wildlife listed in these sections. It is based on guide knowledge and what has been seen before. The animals in the Galapagos Islands are wild and come and go as they please. You may even see wildlife that is not listed.

Activities – Please take into consideration that each visitor site is allowed specific activities authorized by the Galapagos National Park Authorities. Your guide will explain the different activities available at each site and may even give provide two different options.

Difficulty of Activities:

Easy – Activities rated easy means no great efforts are required and the excursion will be very easy going.
Moderate – These activities may require some effort on your behalf, depending on your physical conditions but nothing extreme or intense.
Difficult – Activities categorized as difficult will include more intense hikes or uneven terrain. Examples may be climbing over small/medium sized boulders, walking uneven
or slippery surfaces. Breaks may be needed, make sure to tell your guide if you need assistance. One should be in good overall health and physical conditions. Nevertheless, guides will always keep the pace of the slowest person and will be aware of the entire groups physical abilities in order for everyone to enjoy the activity.

Use of Jacuzzi – The use of Jacuzzi is subject to weather conditions, itinerary and the sea conditions. Please talk to the Cruise Manager if you are interested in using the Jacuzzi during your stay.

Arrival/Departure
When arriving to the Galapagos airport, you must first pass through the Galapagos National Park entrance and then onto baggage claim. Continuing through the airport with your baggage you will scan your belongings once more and then finally pass through.
Just outside the doors will be your GHSea Guide waiting with a sign to greet you. Once all those who will be boarding are together, the guide will escort everyone to the vessel to be welcomed by the crew and Cruise Manager.
At the end of your cruise, your guide will transfer you and the rest of the group to the airport specified in the itinerary with assistance at the check-in area.

Camila Departure Dates

All licensed vessels in the Galapagos Islands must follow approved itineraries. The usual daily dynamics consists of: disembarkation at a visitor site in the morning, lunch in the yacht and an afternoon disembarkation at a different site, often a different island. We operate on set departures all year-round. 

Please note that the dates listed below do not reflect availability, only our set sailing dates. To check availability, please get in touch with our destination experts.

  • Departures 2022
  • Departures 2023
Siling DateSailing TypeSailing Days (4+5 = 8 Days B)
Jan 15, 2022 - Jan 22, 2022A8 Days
Jan 22, 2022 - Jan 25, 2022B4 Days
Jan 25, 2022 - Jan 29, 2022B5 Days
Jan 29, 2022 - Feb 05, 2022A8 Days
Feb 05, 2022 - Feb 08, 2022B4 Days
Feb 08, 2022 - Feb 12, 2022B5 Days
Feb 12, 2022 - Feb 19, 2022A8 Days
Feb 19, 2022 - Feb 22, 2022B4 Days
Feb 22, 2022 - Feb 26, 2022B5 Days
Feb 26, 2022 - Mar 05, 2022A8 Days
Mar 05, 2022 - Mar 08, 2022B4 Days
Mar 08, 2022 - Mar 12, 2022B5 Days
Mar 12, 2022 - Mar 19, 2022A8 Days
Mar 19, 2022 - Mar 22, 2022B4 Days
Mar 22, 2022 - Mar 26, 2022B5 Days
Mar 26, 2022 - Apr 02, 2022A8 Days
Apr 02, 2022 - Apr 05, 2022B4 Days
Apr 05, 2022 - Apr 09, 2022B5 Days
Apr 09, 2022 - Apr 16, 2022A8 Days
Apr 16, 2022 - Apr 19, 2022B4 Days
Apr 19, 2022 - Apr 23, 2022B5 Days
Apr 23, 2022 - Apr 30, 2022A8 Days
Apr 30, 2022 - May 03, 2022B4 Days
May 03, 2022 - May 07, 2022B5 Days
May 07, 2022 - May 14, 2022A8 Days
May 14, 2022 - May 17, 2022B4 Days
May 17, 2022 - May 21, 2022B5 Days
May 21, 2022 - May 28, 2022A8 Days
May 28, 2022 - May 31, 2022B4 Days
May 31, 2022 - Jun 04, 2022B5 Days
Jun 04, 2022 - Jun 11, 2022A8 Days
Jun 11, 2022 - Jun 14, 2022B4 Days
Jun 14, 2022 - Jun 18, 2022B5 Days
Jun 18, 2022 - Jun 25, 2022A8 Days
Jun 25, 2022 - Jun 28, 2022B4 Days
Jun 28, 2022 - Jul 02, 2022B5 Days
Jul 02, 2022 - Jul 09, 2022A8 Days
Jul 09, 2022 - Jul 12, 2022B5 Days
Jul 12, 2022 - Jul 16, 2022B5 Days
Jul 16, 2022 - Jul 23, 2022A8 Days
Jul 23, 2022 - Jul 26, 2022B4 Days
Jul 26, 2022 - Jul 30, 2022B5 Days
Jul 30, 2022 - Aug 06, 2022A8 Days
Aug 06, 2022 - Aug 09, 2022B4 Days
Aug 09, 2022 - Aug 13, 2022B5 Days
Aug 13, 2022 - Aug 20, 2022A8 Days
Aug 20, 2022 - Aug 23, 2022B4 Days
Aug 23, 2022 - Aug 27, 2022B5 Days
Aug 27, 2022 - Sep 03, 2022A8 Days
Sep 03, 2022 - Sep 06, 2022B4 Days
Sep 06, 2022 - Sep 10, 2022B5 Days
Sep 10, 2022 - Sep 17, 2022A8 Days
Sep 17, 2022 - Sep 20, 2022B4 Days
Sep 20, 2022 - Sep 24, 2022B5 Days
Sep 24, 2022 - Oct 01, 2022A8 Days
Oct 01, 2022 - Oct 04, 2022B4 Days
Oct 04, 2022 - Oct 08, 2022B5 Days
Oct 08, 2022 - Oct 15, 2022A8 Days
Oct 15, 2022 - Oct 18, 2022B4 Days
Oct 18, 2022 - Oct 22, 2022B5 Days
Oct 22, 2022 - Oct 29, 2022A8 Days
Oct 29, 2022 - Nov 01, 2022B4 Days
Nov 01, 2022 - Nov 05, 2022B5 Days
Nov 05, 2022 - Nov 12, 2022A8 Days
Nov 12, 2022 - Nov 15, 2022B4 Days
Nov 15, 2022 - Nov 19, 2022B5 Days
Nov 19, 2022 - Nov 26, 2022A8 Days
Nov 26, 2022 - Nov 29, 2022B4 Days
Nov 29, 2022 - Dec 03, 2022B5 Days
Dec 03, 2022 - Dec 10, 2022A8 Days
Dec 10, 2022 - Dec 13, 2022B4 Days
Dec 13, 2022 - Dec 17, 2022B5 Days
Dec 17, 2022 - Dec 24, 2022A8 Days
Dec 24, 2022 - Dec 27, 2022B4 Days
Dec 27, 2022 - Dec 31, 2022B5 Days
Dec 31, 2022 - Jan 07, 2023A8 Days
Siling DateSailing TypeSailing Days (4+5 = 8 Days B)
Jan 07, 2023 - Jan 10, 2023B4 Days
Jan 10, 2023 - Jan 14, 2023B5 Days
Jan 14, 2023 - Jan 21, 2023A8 Days
Jan 21, 2023 - Jan 24, 2023B4 Days
Jan 24, 2023 - Jan 28, 2023B5 Days
Jan 28, 2023 - Feb 04, 2023A8 Days
Feb 04, 2023 - Feb 07, 2023B4 Days
Feb 07, 2023 - Feb 11, 2023B5 Days
Feb 11, 2023 - Feb 18, 2023A8 Days
Feb 18, 2023 - Feb 21, 2023B4 Days
Feb 21, 2023 - Feb 25, 2023B5 Days
Feb 25, 2023 - Mar 04, 2023A8 Days
Mar 04, 2023 - Mar 07, 2023B4 Days
Mar 07, 2023 - Mar 11, 2023B5 Days
Mar 11, 2023 - Mar 18, 2023A8 Days
Mar 18, 2023 - Mar 21, 2023B4 Days
Mar 21, 2023 - Mar 25, 2023B5 Days
Mar 25, 2023 - Apr 01, 2023A8 Days
Apr 01, 2023 - Apr 04, 2023B4 Days
Apr 04, 2023 - Apr 08, 2023B5 Days
Apr 08, 2023 - Apr 15, 2023A8 Days
Apr 15, 2023 - Apr 18, 2023B4 Days
Apr 18, 2023 - Apr 22, 2023B5 Days
Apr 22, 2023 - Apr 29, 2023A8 Days
Apr 29, 2023 - May 02, 2023B4 Days
May 02, 2023 - May 06, 2023B5 Days
May 06, 2023 - May 13, 2023A8 Days
May 13, 2023 - May 16, 2023B4 Days
May 16, 2023 - May 20, 2023B5 Days
May 20, 2023 - May 27, 2023A8 Days
May 27, 2023 - May 30, 2023B4 Days
May 30, 2023 - Jun 03, 2023B5 Days
Jun 03, 2023 - Jun 10, 2023A8 Days
Jun 10, 2023 - Jun 13, 2023B4 Days
Jun 13, 2023 - Jun 17, 2023B5 Days
Jun 17, 2023 - Jun 24, 2023A8 Days
Jun 24, 2023 - Jun 27, 2023B5 Days
Jun 27, 2023 - Jul 01, 2023B5 Days
Jul 01, 2023 - Jul 08, 2023A8 Days
Jul 08, 2023 - Jul 11, 2023B4 Days
Jul 11, 2023 - Jul 15, 2023B5 Days
Jul 15, 2023 - Jul 22, 2023A8 Days
Jul 22, 2023 - Jul 25, 2023B4 Days
Jul 25, 2023 - Jul 29, 2023B5 Days
Jul 29, 2023 - Aug 05, 2023A8 Days
Aug 05, 2023 - Aug 08, 2023B4 Days
Aug 08, 2023 - Aug 12, 2023B5 Days
Aug 12, 2023 - Aug 19, 2023A8 Days
Aug 19, 2023 - Aug 22, 2023B4 Days
Aug 22, 2023 - Aug 26, 2023B5 Days
Aug 26, 2023 - Sep 02, 2023A8 Days
Sep 02, 2023 - Sep 05, 2023B4 Days
Sep 05, 2023 - Sep 09, 2023B5 Days
Sep 09, 2023 - Sep 16, 2023A8 Days
Sep 16, 2023 - Sep 19, 2023B4 Days
Sep 19, 2023 - Sep 23, 2023B5 Days
Sep 23, 2023 - Sep 30, 2023A8 Days
Sep 30, 2023 - Oct 03, 2023B4 Days
Oct 03, 2023 - Oct 07, 2023B5 Days
Oct 07, 2023 - Oct 14, 2023A8 Days
Oct 14, 2023 - Oct 17, 2023B4 Days
Oct 17, 2023 - Oct 21, 2023B5 Days
Oct 21, 2023 - Oct 28, 2023A8 Days
Oct 28, 2023 - Oct 31, 2023B4 Days
Oct 31, 2023 - Nov 04, 2023B5 Days
Nov 04, 2023 - Nov 11, 2023A8 Days
Nov 11, 2023 - Nov 14, 2023B4 Days
Nov 14, 2023 - Nov 18, 2023B5 Days
Nov 18, 2023 - Nov 25, 2023A8 Days
Nov 25, 2023 - Nov 28, 2023B4 Days
Nov 28, 2023 - Dec 02, 2023B5 Days
Dec 02, 2023 - Dec 09, 2023A8 Days
Dec 09, 2023 - Dec 12, 2023B4 Days
Dec 12, 2023 - Dec 16, 2023B5 Days
Dec 16, 2023 - Dec 23, 2023A8 Days
Dec 23, 2023 - Dec 26, 2023B4 Days
Dec 26, 2023 - Dec 30, 2023B5 Days
Dec 30, 2023 - Jan 06, 2024A8 Days

Camila Trimarán Deck Plans

Camila Trimarán Technical Specifications

Camila LuxuryFeatures
Year of constructionMay 2018
TypeTrimaran Power Engine
Length125 ft (38 m)
Beam43 ft (13 m)
Draft6.2 ft (1.9 m)
Gross tonnage540 t
Capacity16 passengers
AccommodationMain Deck:
2 Double Staterooms 344 ft2 / 32 m2 (each)
2 Double Staterooms 312 ft2 / 29 m2 (each)
1 Living Room 796 ft2 / 74 m2
1 Briefing Room 344 ft2 / 32 m2
Upper Deck:
4 Staterooms 312 ft2 / 29 m2 (each)
Sun Deck:
Jacuzzi (Please check with your Guide and Quality Control Manager for our Jacuzzi schedules.)
*Cabin size includes balcony
Main Engines2 x SCANIA Diesel Engines DI13 070M 550HP @ 1800RPM
Max speed11 knots
ExteriorPlastic Polyester (orthophthalic / isophthalic) reinforced with fiberglass
CrewCaptain
Bilingual Galapagos National Park Naturalist Guide Quality Control Manager 9 other crew (First Mate, Chef, Sous Chef, Engineer, Assistant Engineer, Sailor, Barman, Housekeeper)
Safety & NavigationAll equipment meets or exceeds the international SOLAS standard:
2x 25-man life raft Navtex 300TX FURUNO
2 GPS Depth Sounder
2 naval radars
Fire detection and prevention systems etc.
Available GearKayaks
Snorkeling
Gear Wet Suits

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