The Isabela II is a small cruise ship with capacity of only 40 passengers which means you get a personal service whilst enjoying the excellent facilities of a larger ship (gym, jacuzzi and spacious social areas). Cruise ships may not be to everyone’s taste but do offer greater stability compared to the smaller Galapagos yachts as well as a very polished level of service.
Snorkelling: Equipment included (mask, snorkel, fins), wetsuits available for rent $15 (4 or 5 days) $30 (7 days)
Diving possible: no
Number of cabins: different double / twin cabins offer a variety of levels of comfort and amenities.
Private bathroom: yes
Air conditioning: yes
Hot water: yes
ISABELA II GALAPAGOS CRUISE ITINERARIES 2015
5 DAYS - SOUTH
Baltra, Santa cruz: highlands
Floreana: Post Office Bay, Punta Cormorant, Champion
Española: Punta Suarez, Gardner Bay
San Cristobal: Punta Pitt, Cerro Brujo
San Cristobal Airport
5 DAYS - CENTRAL
Santa Cruz: Charles Darwin Station
Santa Fe, Plazas
North Seymour, Santa Cruz: Bachas Beach
Bartolome, Santiago: Sullivan Bay
7 DAYS - NORTH
San Cristobal: Galapaguera, Cerro Colorado tortoise breeding centre
Genovesa: Prince Phillip Steps, Darwin Bay
Santiago: Bucaneer Cove, Puerto Egas
Fernandina: Punta Espinosa, Isabela: Tagus Cove
Isabela: Urbina Bay, Punta Vicente Roca
Rabida, Santa Cruz: Cerro Dragon
Please consult with our sales staff to know which itinerary is running for your Galapagos cruise dates.
2015 ISABELA II PRICES PER PERSON
Master Suite Queen
Additional fuel surcharge per person applies in peak season: $130, dates: April 15th to 21st (Easter) and Dec 23rd to Jan 2nd.
All prices are subject to change without prior notice.
Cruise departure dates are available throughout the year; contact us for up to date availabilities and a price quote - discounts are often available!
Isabela II Deck plan
Important Note: We are more than happy to request the cabin of your choice at time of booking - just let us know. But please be aware that but the final decision on cabin allocation is always in the hands of the yacht operator so Happy Gringo cannot be held responsible if the operator decides to allocate you to an alternative cabin.