Tourist-Class Superior M/C Millennium Catamaran 8 days/7 nights cruise (optional up to 15 days possible!)

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M/C Millennium Catamaran: Tourist-Class Superior M/C Millennium Catamaran 8 days/7 nights cruise (optional up to 15 days possible!)




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Standard cabin

two persons, two single beds, own bathroom and Air condition. Almost all cabins have a small own balcony. The cabin 6, a small cabin without balcony gives place for 3 persons.

pp 4578 USD

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two persons, double bed, own bathroom and Air Condition. This cabin has an additional seat area and a bit larger own balcony (than the Standard cabins).

pp 4978 USD

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  • All meals while onboard & non alcoholic beverages (water, coffee, tea).
  • All excursions as noted in the programs.
  • Transfers (in Galapagos) to /from vessel when arriving on recommended flights
  • English Speaking Naturalist Guide (Galapagos National Park Certified)
  • free rent of snorkeling equipment

Not Included:
  • Guide and crew gratuities (Tips)
  • Galapagos air tickets  (Flights)
  • Galapagos entrance fees (estimated US$100.-pp- but can change)
  • Transit Card (estimated US$20. -but can change); Personal travel insurance.


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Deck Plans




  • Day 1 AM: Baltra Airport, Transfer to vessel more info
  • Day 1 PM: Santa Cruz Island, Dragon Hill: Here are living in the last one vegetation land iguanas more info
  • Day 2 AM: cruising to Plaza island more info
  • Day 2 AM: cruising the itabaca channel to Plaza island more info
  • Day 2 AM: South Plaza island: It is thanks to the powerful Opuntia cacti and bright orange-red Sesuvium shrubs a surprisingly colorful island where tge land iguanas dominate the field. A small sea lion colony lives at the cliffs on the south coast. The avifauna offers besides the brown pelican, tropic birds, swallow tailed gulls, frigate birds, blue-footed and Nascaa boobies. A wonderful island! more info
  • Day 2 PM: Santa Fé island: We spend the afternoon o this tiny island. This is one of the most pituresque anchorages of the archipelago, where you can swim with sea lions and sea turtles. more info
  • Day 2 PM: cruising to San Cristobal island (during night) more info
  • Day 3 AM: arriving very early in the morning in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno village, the administrative center of the Galapagos islands in San Cristobal island. In a new built vistor Center we will visit a fanastic exhibition Center that explains many things about the nature and settlement history of the Galapagos islands. more info
  • Day 3 PM: Isla Lobos (belongs to San Cristobal island): The islets near Playa Ochoa of San Cristobal is home to blue-footed boobies and frigate birds that nest between the sald bushes. Aslo sea lions can be found again. It is also a good place for Saguaro cati. more info
  • Day 4 AM: San Cristobal, Punta Pitt: The path leads through colonies of frigate birds, swallow-tailed gulls, Nazsa, red- and blue-footed boobies. Punta Pitt is the only place in Galapagos where the three booby species are found together! more info
  • Day 4 AM: Punta Pitt (San Cristobal) more info
  • Day 4 PM: Tour to la Galapaguera (San Cristobal) more info
  • Day 4 PM: Galapaguera (San Cristobal): In the afternoon a walk from the beach up to the hight country, into the field of "Natural Galapaguera". For this distance it takes about three hours (there and back). In the absence of shade trees, it can be quite hot in the warmer seasons. But you will be rewarded wit the fact that you can meet the famous Galapagos giant tortoises in their natural environment on the route. The huge animals are up to 200 years old and can weigh up to 300 kg. more info
  • Day 4 PM: walk from the beach up to the high country (San Cristobal) more info
  • Day 4 PM: cruising to the west coast of San Cristobal more info
  • Day 4 PM: on the way to the west coast (San Cristobal) more info
  • Day 5 AM: closed to the coast to San Cristobal more info
  • Day 5 AM: Cerro Brujo, San Cristobal: In the morning you arrive at Cerro Brujo on the west coast of the island of San Cristobal. In this fascinationg crater there are boobies, gulls and some pelicans. In the sheltered bay young sea turtles and stingrays live - a beautiful place for swimming and snorkeling. more info
  • Day 5 PM: Kicker Rock (San cristobal): After lunch, cruising to the fragmented tuff Leon Dormido (Kicker Rock), which serves as a nesting seabirds: blue footed boobis, pelicans and frigate birds. more info
  • Day 6 AM: cruising to Española island more info
  • Day 6 AM: Española, Punta Suarez: The flat, southern Española island (also named Hood island) belongs entirely to birds: Here, large colonies of nesting blue-footed and masked boobies, which is still good until december join 10.000 albatrosses from April. In addition, tropical birds, various gulls and songbirds as well as ladn and marine iguanas. In the morning visit Punta Suarez, where you get to after a four kilometer walk to the south coast to a hole in the rock, from which up to 35 meter high fountains shoot. more info
  • Day 6 PM: Española, Gardner Bay. The two kilometer long white sand beach from Gardner Bay is one of the most beautiful bays. Sea lions lazing in the sun. Española Mockingbirds welcome the visitors, often to keep close to Galapagos hawks. In addition to the marine iguanas sit down at the end of the beach and the bright red crabs walking over the rocks. Isla Gardner Osborn offer wonderful snorkeling sites. more info
  • Day 7 AM: Floreana, Cormorant Point: The lagoon at Punta Cormorant, with its shimmering olive green beach behaust flamingos and other wading birds. After a short walk over cooled volcanic slag you reach a beach with coral sand, fine as flour. From december to march Pacific green turtles that nest here. This beach is also great to see stingrays. more info
  • Day 7 PM: Floreana, Post office Bay: The wooden barrel in Post office Bay, which was used already at the time of the whalers as a mailbox. At Post office Bay you can take a snorkeling trip. more info
  • Day 8 AM: Santa Cruz island, Puerto Ayora: Although Santa Cruz was colonized in 1926 as the last island, it is now home to about half of the Galapaos residents and is the central location for the center of the archipelago. There resides the Charles Darwin Reseach Station, that we will visit. The visit of this Research Center with its turtles and iguana enclosures has almost a must for every Galapagos fan. more info
  • Day 8 AM: Around midday transfer by bus to Baltra Airport for the flight back to mainland Ecuador more info


Cruises subject to change due to weather condition or regulations of the Galapagos National Park.

M/C Millennium Catamaran

Ship type:
Ship Category:
Tourist-Class Cruises
Construction year:
16 Passengers
31 m
12 knots
110 V
Main engines:
2 Deutz 480 hp each



  • Single cabin
  • Kayaks on board
  • Internet / WIFI
  • Single travellers can share cabin
  • Snorkel gear (free)
  • Water, Coffee, Tea & fresh juices
  • Wetsuits
  • Sundeck with jacuzzi
  • Air conditioning & private bathroom
  • All meals throughout the cruise
  • English guide


M/C Catamaran Millennium

The M/C  Catamaran Millennium is a  Tourist-Class Superior  16 passenger yacht designed with large air conditioned double cabins, private bathrooms, balcony with ocean view, bar, and TV. Specially designed for cruising and exploring the Galapagos Islands, the Millennium Catamaran is a catamran elegant and comfortable way to visit the Enchanted Islands. Constructed with non flammable materials and supported by two steel hulls making it more steady and safe. Built in 2009 the Catamataran Millennium was 2017 totally refurnished.


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Mr. Frobeen can give you precise information about the ships.


Mr. Frobeen will be happy to advise you by phone at +49 (0)7633 9399360 or via email


If you want to book, what are the payment methods?


  1. The reservation is gratis as an option.


  2. If you want to make an fixed booking, there is to pay a deposit of 20%.


  3. The remaining payment is due 4 weeks before departure. In individual cases, such as diving cruises, other rules apply. Information on request.


  • Your payments are insured against bankruptcy!