You’ll visit the historical and breathtaking Santa Cruz, San Cristobal, Española and Baltra islands, among others, on your International Voyage NEMO II cruise tour. You’ll have the chance to swim with sea lions or relax on the pristine stretches of white, soft sands as you wish. We take extreme pride in our products and services and want to make your visit to the incredible Galapagos Islands is as memorable and unique as the islands themselves.
Whether you chose the 4, 5, or 8-day NEMO II International Voyage cruise your time with International Voyage will exceed your expectations. International Voyage is expert Galapagos Islands cruise company.
Type: Motor catamaran
Category: First Class.
Capacity: 14 Passengers.
Guide: Naturalist english speaking guide.
Crew: 6 members: 1 Captain, 1 Helmsman, 1 Sailor, 1 Machinist – Biker, 1 Bar Man – Cabinero, 1 Cook.
Loa: 21.88 mts.
Beam: 10.39 mts.
Draft: 1.50 mts.
Fresh water capacity: 2.000 lts.
Electricity: 12 V, 110 V, 220 V.
Engines: 2 engines / 200 HP.
Cabin 1 and cabin 2: Double bed (only for couples).
Cabin 3 and cabin 4: Lower single bed and double upper bed.
Cabin 5: 1 Lower double bed and 1 upper single bed.
Cabin 6 and cabin 7: 1 Lower single bed and 1 upper single bed.
– Ice maker.
– Water maker.
– Hot water.
– HF & VHF.
– 2 Mobile VHF.
– 2 Life rafts.
– 1 EPIRB (Satellite locator).
– 1 SART (Radio Beacon).
– 2 Waterproof VHF.
– 20 Life vests.
The International Voyage NEMO II South Route Itinerary offers an exclusive 5 days Galapagos Islands Cruise tour from Sunday to Thursday, which includes several daily excursions.
|Sun||NEMO II Galapagos Islands Cruises pick up you up on Sunday at the Baltran airport taking you to the NEMO II Galapagos Islands Cruise catamaran to relax and enjoy dinner.|
|Mon||Visit Santa Fe Island and have the chance to walk one of two trails where you’ll likely see endemic Land Iguana and the Galapagos Hawks|
|Tue||Sail on to San Cristobal Island to see Brujo Hill, one of the first places that Darwin visited which is now a fine, coral sand beach. We also visit Isla de Lobos this day so you can witness sea lions, sea lions and perhaps blue-footed boobies along the rocks.|
|Wed||Head to Espanola to visit Gardner Bay and Suarez Point. Española is the oldest island among the Galapagos Islands. Only on Española can you witness a vast amount species endemic to the island, such as the Española mockingbird, lava lizard, and the waved albatross, among others. That same day you’ll have the chance to snorkel in the deep waters around Española.|
|Thu||Your guide takes you drylanding walk on Santa Cruz island. Then we bring you to the Baltra airport to board your flight where you can daydream of your next cruise with International Voyage.|
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– Accommodation double cabins with private bathroom
– 3 meals per day
– Guided daily excursion
– Naturalist bilingual guide
– Snorkeling equipment
– Air flight to / from the Galapagos Islands
– Entrance Fee to the Galapagos National Park $ 100 per person (subject to change)
– Transit card $ 20 per person (subject to change)
– Beverages including soft and alcoholic drinks
– Travel insurance
– Tips and other items of personal nature