Fragata Cruise

Tourist Superior Class

From $1,414.00 per Person

The Fragata yacht is our spacious and comfortable owner operated motor yacht that accommodates 16 passengers in cozy double and single cabins, all decorated and equipped to provide a relaxed cruise in the islands.

Fragata yacht welcomes you on board and invites you to discover the primeval flora and fauna of the Galapagos archipelago .

20 years of experience and a top qualified crew (captain, naturalist bilingual guide, cook, assistant of cook, barman, engineer and two sailors) guarantee safety, seriousness and comfort, preserving the fragile ecosystem of the Galapagos Islands, considered Heritage of the Humanity. Our experienced naturalist bilingual guide will introduce you to the astonishing Galapagos flora and fauna.

Itineraries

Itinerary A

Day 1: Santa Cruz Island: Baltra Island & Hacienda Primicias
Day 2:Isabela Island: Tintoreras, Breeding Center Arnaldo Tupiza, Humedales & Wall of Tears
Day 3:Rabida Island & Santa Cruz Island: Cerro Dragon
Day 4:Santa Cruz Island: Black Turtle Cove – Transfer out
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Itinerary B

Day 1:Baltra – Mosquera Islet
Day 2:Isabela Island: Vicente Roca Point – Fernandina Island: Espinoza Point
Day 3:Isabela Island: Urbina Bay & Tagus Cove
Day 4:Santiago Island: Egas Port & Sombrero Chino
Day 5:Santa Cruz Island (Charles Darwin Research Station) – Transfer out
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Itinerary C

Day 1: Baltra & Bachas Beach
Day 2:Genovesa Island: El Barranco & Darwin Bay
Day 3:Bartolome Island &– Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay
Day 4:South Plazas Island & Santa Fe Island
Day 5: San Cristobal Island: Lobos Island & Cerro Brujo
Day 6:Española Island: Suarez Point & Gardner Bay
Day 7:Floreana Island: Cormorant Point, Devil’s Crown & Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station
Day 8: Seymour North Island – Baltra Airport
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Our Galapagos Adventures website offers you information about cruises on our yacht the Fragatatour itineraries, Islands descriptions, Ecuador travel tips and a comprehensive travel planner to help you put everything together into the journey of a lifetime.

The Galapagos Islands are located 600 miles west of Ecuador in South America and offer some of the most spectacular wildlife encounters. Adventures on board a small yacht can put you face to face with Marine Iguanas & giant tortoises.

At no other place on earth will you find penguins which live on the equator (The Galapagos Penguin) or iguanas which swim and feed in the ocean (The Marine Iguanas)! Because these islands have only recently been visited by humans, the literally 1000s of animals that inhabit these islands have never learned to fear man.

You can literally walk right up to blue-footed boobie birds, red-footed boobie birds, masked boobie birds, albatrosses, penguins, land iguanas, marine iguanas, lava lizards, sea lions, fur seals, red-chested frigate birds, flamingos, finches, tropic birds, lava gulls, giant tortoises, and flightless cormorants. The marine life which inhabits the waters that surround the Galapagos archipelago is just as fantastic as the wildlife found on shore making Galapagos one of the best dive destinations in the world.

Having said all this about the Islands its time to tell you how to plan your Galapagos Adventures, so that this amazing destination is visited in comfort and ease. As you read through the site you will find all the details for planning a carefree adventure in the Islands of Darwins wake.