- Occupancy: 98
- Crew and staff: 68
- Tonnage: 2,842
- Length: 90m
- Cruise Speed:15 knots
- Launched: 2001
Food & Drink
The main dining room on board is Darwin’s Restaurant, named after the British naturalist and geologist who explored the region. Guests can savour local produce including freshly caught fish and fruit and vegetables from around the islands. For a more relaxed dining experience the Beagle Grill, named after Darwin’s ship, served delicious grilled treats throughout the day.
There are fantastic views to be seen with a cocktail from the Blue Finch bar while the Darwin Lounge is the ideal place to socialise with other guests and enjoy an after dinner drink.
Entertainment & Activities
The knowledgeable crew includes Galapogas National Park- certified naturalists allowing them to expertly guide guests around the stunning archipelago and share their knowledge of the environment and wildlife and make the most of their cruise. The Discovery Lounge plays host to lectures to ensure passengers are prepared for everything they’ll encounter on the islands.
When not exploring the islands, guests can relax on the Sunrise Deck and savour the warm weather and fine views from the loungers or unwind in the hot tub and sauna.