Great value, first class service, excellent itinerary, hands-on owners, light airy interiors.
|Mid-Range||70 feet / 22 meters||16||8|
Length: 70 feet / 22 meters
Relaunched in October 2013 after a complete overhaul and loving run by a Galapagos family, Angelito I is an excellent option within her price category. Tourist superior, but first class service. Very charming, and whilst not the sleekest of yachts, the Angelito has been designed to have very light interiors, with large picture windows and lots of space on deck for relaxing both in the sun and in the shade. All the cabins are on the main deck with lower birth beds and good sized windows and a nice airy feel. The yacht owners are very hands on in looking after her, the crew is really excellent and they only work with only two or three naturalists all of whom have very extensive experience in the Galapagos.
Angelito 8 days B Western IslandsClick to View
Angelito 8 Days A - Genovesa and EspanolaClick to View
Angelito 5 days GenovesaClick to View
Angelito 4 days A EspanolaClick to View
Please Note:Itineraries are unlikely to change significantly but are subject to change. Weather, wildlife breeding, instructions from the Galapagos National Park, specific abilities and interests of passengers as well as operational matters may cause your guide or captain to change the times or nature of your visits. Your guide will always endeavor to have the best itinerary for you within these constraints.
FacilitiesFour shade or sun decks, including a well-lit dining deck and bar. Spacious dining room and salon and is air-conditioned throughout. A good library, TV and DVD.
- 2 Cummin engines 300HP each
- 1 generators for 110 and 220 V (plug socket 110V)
- VHF and SSB marine radios
- depth sounder
- 2 dingies with outboard motors, and safety equiptment that hights with International Coast Guard Regulations.
CrewCaptain, mechanic, 3 sailors, auxiliary cook, multilingual naturalist guide.
SnorkellingSnorkeling equipment is free. Wet suites $25 for the week.
- Length: 70 feet / 22 meters
- Beam: 22 feet / 6.6 meters
- Speed: 10 knots
- Electric Power Supply:
Angelito was the nickname of the grandfather Angel who helped his two grandsons Leonardo and Hugo Andrade to build their first fishing boat, in gratitude they named their boat after their grandfather. The Galapagos born brothers , as pioneers in Galapagos, gave up fishing and converted their boat to carry visitors to the islands over a decade ago. Their knowledge of the archipelago made them great captains and allowed them to make the important step for the conservation of the Galapagos, changing from fishing to actively promoting the protection of their islands.