Are you planning a Galapagos trip with a big group? Whether it’s a family reunion, a business retreat or small group project, or a special occasion like an anniversary, chartering a cruise can be a great way to share these moments with family, friends, and colleagues.
And don’t let the pricetag scare you – if you’re splitting it between all members of the group, the cost per person is right around what you’d pay for a single Galapagos cruise ticket anyway. And if you’re footing the bill alone, the value of chartering a cruise is definitely there.
So what does chartering a Galapagos yacht mean? Essentially, you are renting out the entire cruise for your group. Since only a few Galapagos yachts offer this option, it’s just a matter of choosing which is right for you. That’s where we can help – putting together the list and helping determine which yacht would best serve your purposes. Just let us know the details and we’ll put all the information together.
And when it comes to the yachts that are available for charter, they are all in the luxury class, meaning that you can count on world class service and comfort, top naturalist bilingual guides, gourmet menus, and hand-crafted itineraries.
Keep in mind that the yachts that do offer this option tend to accommodate between 16-24 passengers, so if you are inviting fewer, the cost per person is naturally higher, and if you have more than 24 people, consider booking rooms individually on a larger Galapagos ship or a land-based tour.