If you are looking for a Galapagos cruise with a difference, the Beagle is an excellent option. The Beagle ship, named after the infamous HMS Beagle ship which carried Darwin to the Galapagos Islands during his famous journey in the 1830's, is a stunning brigantine vessel, 105 feet in length and 22 feet tall.

The ship was originally built in England in the 1970's and has been registered as a cruise vessel in the Galapagos Islands for over 10 years. Carrying only 14 tourist passengers, this romantic cruise yacht is in a class all of its own amongst the many options in the Galapagos, and its charming design creates a memorable cruise experience.

Further Information

  • Class: Mid-range
  • Vessel Name: M/S The Beagle
  • Type: Motor Sail Yacht
  • Speed: 9 knots
  • Year of Construction: 1971 (built and registered in England. The ship has been a chartered vessel in the Galapagos Islands for over 10 years.
  • Capacity: 14 passengers
  • Crew: 5 crew (captain, helmsman, steward, cook, engineer) plus one naturalist guide.
  • Cabins: 6 double cabins, 1 smaller double. All cabins are equipped with private bathrooms and air-conditioning. Cabins contains 110v electricity points (220v is available on the main bridge).
  • Social Areas / Services: Shaded and sunny deck space, dining room, bar, saloon, games. Tea, coffee and water are available free of charge.


Beagle Galapagos Yacht

The Beagle The Beagle Cabins

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