Camila Trimaran
(Capacity: 16 passengers)

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Deck Plan

Main Deck

Upper Deck

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The best way to see the Galapagos Islands is on board a luxury cruise, and the newly built Camila is a proud addition to the Galapagos Islands. Guests travel in comfort to the different islands, where they have up-close encounters with blue-footed boobies, iguanas, giant tortoises, whales and more. The newest ship in Galapagos, the Camila offers a deluxe way to visit these magical islands. The Camila is elegant, swift and silent at sea. A motorized trimaran, the Camila is designed for comfort and stability and is outfitted with spacious cabins, a comfortable lounge, and Jacuzzi. On the Camila, we emphasize the remarkable Natural History of Galapagos, selecting guides who are knowledgeable about biology and ecology in addition to having excellent language skills and client reviews.cruise the Galapagos in tremendous style and sumptuous luxury.

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Itineraries

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Cruise A: 8 Days / 7 Nights
Saturday to Saturday

Saturday: Baltra Island: Airport / PM Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay
Sunday: AM Isabela Island: Vicente Roca Point / PM Fernandina Island: Espinosa Point
Monday: AM Isabela Island: Tagus Cove / PM Isabela Island: Urbina Bay
Tuesday: AM Isabela Island: Elizabeth Bay / PM Isabela Island: Moreno Point
Wednesday: AM Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Research Station / PM Santa Cruz Island: Highlands
Thursday: AM Santa Fe Island / PM South Plaza Island
Friday: AM Floreana Island: Post Office Bay / PM Floreana Island: Devil´s Crown
Saturday: AM San Cristobal Island: Interpretation Center, Galapaguera, Airport

Saturday

Baltra Airport
Arrival in Baltra airport and transfer to the boat. Briefing onboard about the boat and the island.

Sullivan Bay (Santiago Island)
Located southeast of Santiago Island, Sullivan Bay is of great geological interest. The area is covered by Pahoehoe lava flows combined with A’A lava. It was very active 200 years ago. This flow is geologically very young. The magma formed is flat, but the movement of underground lava, the rapid cooling and other eruptions led to the break in many places.

Sunday

Vicente Roca Point (Isabela Island)
On Vicente Roca Point the geological formations are simply outstanding and it is a great place to view various bird species such as blue-footed boobies, Nazca boobies, gulls, storm petrels, and brown noddy terns. Activities here are all done on the water by either dinghy or panga, or snorkeling. On this western part of the island the Cromwell Current provides cold water and many nutrients. Due to this it is possible to see various feeding frenzies of an assortment of animals such as whales, dolphins, sea lions, and marine birds diving. At times it may also be likely to see fur seals.

Espinosa Point (Fernandina Island)
This area on Fernandina also provides a great opportunity to see the Galapagos Hawk. Land iguanas are found on the inner parts of the island near the volcanoes caldera and marine iguanas will nest on the coast during certain times of the year. There is only one visitor site to Fernandina which may involve a hike or snorkeling opportunity, making the rest of the island unspoiled in a most natural state.

Monday

Tagus Cove (Isabela Island)
This visitor site is located on the upper west part of the island and was named after and English war ship that used to pass the islands in the 1800’s. This was a famous spot for many pirates and sailors who have even left their names and the names of the ship inscribed on volcanic rock. There are many different characteristics of the island here from various volcanic activities such as large volcanic rocks or small little balls of petrified rain. On the hike the path leads to Darwin Lake with a tuff cone.

Urbina Bay (Isabela Island)
A bit more south of Tagus Cove is Urbina Bay. Urbina Bay is an interesting site due to the uplifts of the island caused by volcanic and tectonic activity. When it rose, so did the corals and reefs that were under the surface. You can still see them although they are beginning to deteriorate due to air exposure. There are chances of seeing giant tortoises, land iguanas, and more flightless cormorants near the coast.

Tuesday

Elizabeth Bay (Isabela Island)
Elizabeth Bay is located on the east coast of Isabela Island. The bay contains many islets, which can be visited by dinghy. Penguins and Blue-footed Boobies can be spotted on the rocky islets. With an abundance of marine life and clear water, the area is perfect for snorkeling and viewing schools of colorful fish, sea lions, and perhaps even sharks.

Moreno Point (Isabela Island)
On the South Western point of Isabela Island is Moreno Point. With striking black geological features it is home to endemic species known only to the barren lava flows found here. Various activities are possible such as a hike, a panga ride to better see various sea birds, geological features, and snorkeling to view the vibrant underwater life.

Wednesday

Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz Island)
The station conducts many different research projects and provides assistance to other researchers and governmental institutions and agencies, especially the Galapagos National Park. Many of the results are later published online, in magazines, and popular scientific journals. The research station also plays a big part in educating the community and public schools in Galapagos. There is also the longtime running Giant Tortoise restoration program that includes various stages of the giant tortoise from eggs, hatchlings and adults.

Highlands (Santa Cruz Island)
In the highlands you can walk along a path made to observe the hills, ferns, volcanoes, and rich wildlife. This area is home to giant tortoises, mockingbirds, Bahama ducklings, White-cheeked Pintails, Darwin finches and many other species. Lava tubes here are more than half a mile long. Walking along these lava tubes is a unique and surreal experience.

Thursday

Santa Fe Island
Santa Fe Island is home to the unique Santa Fe land iguana and is the only place to find Opuntia cactus. Giant tortoises were once native to this island but after the many years of pirates and buccaneers visiting the island and taking the tortoises aboard as food, they became extinct. The Island is also called Barrington Island, named after British Admiral Samuel Barrington. Large numbers of sea lions can be found on the landing beach and Galapagos hawks can also sometimes be seen.

South Plaza Island
South Plaza is one of the smallest islands with a visitor site, but is home to an incredible amount of diverse flora and fauna. It has a large population of Sesuvium plants like the prickly pear cactus tree that is an important source of food for the land iguana. Just a few years ago mice were finally eradicated from the island, helping the population of land iguanas grow healthily once more.

Friday

Post Office Bay (Floreana Island)
In the 18th century whalers passing through the islands placed a wooden barrel on Floreana Island for use as an unofficial mail box. The tradition continues today as visitors leave addressed postcards in the barrel and sort through left mail to deliver at home.

Cormorant Point (Floreana Island)
This site hosts a large flamingo lagoon where other birds such as common stilts, White-cheeked Pintails can also be seen. The beaches on this island are distinct: The “Green Beach” named so due to its green color, which comes from a high percentage of olivine crystals in the sand, and the “Four Sand Beach” composed of white coral.

Devil´s Crown (Floreana Island)
One of the best snorkeling sites in the Galapagos, this volcanic crater has been eroded by the waves leaving the northern and southern sides poking out of the water. The coral reef in the middle is perfect for attracting marine life. Snorkelers enjoy the variety of marine life and exciting currents that rush through the crown, creating an exhilarating experience.

Saturday

Interpretation Center / Galapaguera / Airport (San Cristobal Island)
The Interpretation Center has been open to the public since 1998 and offers extensive information about the history of Galapagos, all ecosystems, geology, and flora and fauna. Giant tortoises are also bred here by the center and roam about in a semi-natural habitat created by the centers employees. Within the center are meeting rooms, interpretational panels, auditoriums, exhibits, and much more. We will now transfer you to your scheduled departure from San Cristobal Airport to mainland Ecuador.

Rates:
From $7225.00

Cruise B: 8 Days / 7 Nights
Saturday to Saturday

Saturday: San Cristobal Island: Airport / PM San Cristobal Island: Lobos Island / Kicker Rock
Sunday: AM San Cristobal Island: Pitt Point / PM San Cristobal Island: Witch Hill
Monday: AM Española Island: Suarez Point / PM Española Island: Gardner Bay / Osborn Islet
Tuesday: AM Santa Cruz Island: Bachas Beach / PM Bartolome Island: Pinnacle Rock
Wednesday: AM Rabida Island / PM Santiago Island: Egas Port
Thursday: AM Genovesa Island: Darwin Bay / PM Genovesa Island: Prince Phillip´s Steps
Friday: AM Mosquera Islet / PM Santa Cruz Island: Highlands
Saturday: AM North Seymour Island / Airport

Saturday

San Cristobal Airport
Assistance will be provided upon your arrival by An Ocean Spray representative after passing through immigration and baggage claim. When ready, you will be transferred to the yacht. You will then be shown to your cabin where you will have some time to settle in before the welcome briefing and lunch.

Lobos Island / Kicker Rock (San Cristobal Island)
Lobos Island is an islet about an hour away from San Cristobal. Blue-footed boobies will nest here seasonally. In recent years frigate birds have begun to nest here. Sea lions are abundant, as well as marine iguanas. It is a very calm and tranquil site with beautiful views, including Kicker Rock off in the distance.

Kicker rock or León Dormido as it is called in Spanish is a huge structure formed of two eroded volcanic cones that tower over the sea at about 104 meters and sits in the middle of the open water. It is one of the most well-known landmarks in Galapagos with many popular sea birds that surround the area. This is also perhaps one of the best sites in the Galapagos see incredible underwater life.

Sunday

Pitt Point (San Cristobal Island)
Pitt point on San Cristobal is on the easternmost side of the Galapagos Islands. It’s also one of the only places that red-footed boobies, blue-footed boobies, and Nazca’s can be found all at the same place. The visitor site is interested as the formations of old volcanic rock are profoundly unique and the hike to the top of the site provides incredible views of the surrounding area.

Witch Hill (San Cristobal Island)
This is home to a popular beach in the Galapagos with powdery white sand and turquiose waters that are a joy to swim in and snorkel spotting the tropical fish benauth the surface. The occasional sea lion may stop by to swim with you or you’ll find them snoozing on the shore. On a panga ride you can explore the many crevices in the eroding rocks, leaving you in awe of the sheer power of erosion.

Monday

Suarez Point (Española Island)
This area is great for spotting Blue-footed Boobies, albatrosses and Nazca Boobies. A beautiful site on the ocean front, the large Waved Albatrosses use the cliff as a launching pad. The famous attraction is the magnificent blowhole, spurting water high into the air. This site presents wonderful photograph opportunities.

Gardner Bay / Osborn Islet (Española Island)
Gardner Bay, on the eastern side of the island, is the breeding site of nearly all of the world´s 12,000 pairs of Waved Albatrosses. It has an ample white sandy beach with a myriad of sea lions, perfect for relaxing. Its rocky shores make this site a great place for diving and snorkeling.

After landing, you can walk across a lovely white sand beach amongst a busy sea lion colony or dive into the water to swim with sea lion pups. This small island is a marine visit where you can enjoy fantastic snorkeling and swimming.

Tuesday

Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz Island)
Has beautiful green and blue waters that contrast along the surf of the black lava shores.

Pinnacle Rock (Bartolome Island)
Pinnacle Rock is a volcano cone formed by magma expelled by an underwater volcano. The sea cooled the hot lava and as it exploded from contact, the pieces formed together this huge rock of many, many layers of basalt. The huge rock also has a beach where a small population of green sea turtles will nest. Galapagos penguins gather here and swimming can offer beautiful sights of colorful schools of fish and curious sea lions.

Wednesday

Rabida Island
This visitor site is quite different from others as it has a very distinct and red fine gravel beach due to the iron content.

Egas Port (Santiago Island)
Also known as James Bay, Egas Port is home to the curious Galapagos Hawks and Quick-footed Galapagos Lava Lizards. The trail leads to a coastline with gorgeous tide pools and grottos full of fauna. Here the Galapagos Fur Sea Lions bathe in the sun. This is also a great snorkeling site.

Thursday

Darwin Bay (Genovesa Island)
This white-sand coral beach heads a half mile trail (.75km) that winds through mangroves filled with land birds. Nazca Boobies, Red-footed Boobies, and Swallow-tailed Gulls can be spotted here. Further down the path are tidal pools where sea lions swim playfully. At the end is a spectacular view off a cliff.

Prince Phillip´s Steps (Genovesa Island)
Also known as El Barranco, Prince Phillip’s Steps’ steep, rocky paths leads up to a high cliff-face. A marvelous view can be appreciated from here. This site is also home to Palo Santo vegetation as well as Red-footed Boobies, Short-eared Lava Owls, Galapagos Swallows, and Galapagos Doves.

Friday

Mosquera Islet
Is located between the islands of Baltra and North Seymour. It is a reef of rocks and coral (the result of an uprising) and a great white sand beach. Its narrowest width reaches about 160 meters and has an estimated length of 600 meters. In most of the perimeter there is a base of lava rocks, as evidence of the lava uprising, except in the southwest side where the landing occurs. This island has one of the largest populations of sea lions. You can also observe several species of shorebirds. There have been occasional reports at this site of Orcas (Orcinus orca) feeding on sea lions.

Highlands (Santa Cruz Island)
Here at the Highlands, you can walk along a path, observing the hills, ferns, volcanoes, and rich wildlife. This area is home to giant tortoises, forest, mockingbirds, Bahama ducklings, White-cheeked Pintail ducklings, Darwin finches, and many other species.

Saturday

North Seymour Island / Airport
Galapagos Sea Lions, Blue-footed Boobies and Magnificent Frigatebirds are abundant on North Seymour Island. The island was formed by a series of submarine lavas containing layers of sediment that were uplifted by tectonic activity. The island is characterized by its arid vegetation zone. Please keep in mind that on departures days, your morning visit will be early and short since we need to be prepared before heading back toward the airport for your returning flight to Ecuador’s mainland.

Rates:
From $7225.00

Cruise: 5 Days / 4 Nights
Tuesday to Saturday

Tuesday: AM Baltra Island: Airport / PM Bartolome Island: Pinnacle Rock
Wednesday: AM Rabida Island / PM Santiago Island: Egas Port
Thursday: AM Genovesa Island: Darwin Bay / PM Genovesa Island: El Barranco
Friday: AM Mosquera Islet / PM Santa Cruz Island: Highlands
Saturday: AM North Seymour Island / Airport

Tuesday

Airport (Baltra Island)
Arrival to the airport and transfer to Santa Cruz to visit the highlands before boarding. Dress appropriately for a hike.

Pinnacle Rock (Bartolome Island)
Pinnacle Rock is a volcano cone formed by magma expelled by an underwater volcano. The sea cooled the hot lava and as it exploded from contact, the pieces formed together this huge rock of many, many layers of basalt. The huge rock also has a beach where a small population of green sea turtles will nest. Galapagos penguins gather here and swimming can offer beautiful sights of colorful schools of fish and curious sea lions.

Wednesday

Rabida Island
This visitor site is quite different from others as it has a very distinct and red fine gravel beach due to the iron content.

Egas Port (Santiago Island)
Egas port is also known as James Bay. It is home to quick footed Galapagos lava lizards, Galapagos fur seals along the grottos and tide pools and is a great snorkeling site.

Thursday

Darwin Bay (Genovesa Island)
This horse-shoe shaped island was formed by the eruption of a shield volcano with large slopes formed by gradual lava flows. It is known as “Bird Island” due to the wide variety of birds that can be seen. The only reptile on the entire island is the marine iguana and it is one of the very few places red-footed boobies gather in one large mass. Darwin Bay is the result of the shield volcano where one of the sides of the caldera collapsed after years of erosion. It is one of the places in the Galapagos where red-footed boobies can be guaranteed to be seen. Over 200,000 red-footed boobies are estimated to be living in the trees and bushes of Genovesa.

El Barranco (Genovesa Island)
Better known as Prince Phillip’s Steps, a steep and rocky path leads up to a cliff with a marvelous view. There is also a Palo Santa forest that is home to nesting red-footed boobies and other birds.

Friday

Mosquera Islet
Is located between the islands of Baltra and North Seymour. It is a reef of rocks and coral (the result of an uprising) and a great white sand beach. Its narrowest width reaches about 160 meters and has an estimated length of 600 meters. In most of the perimeter there is a base of lava rocks, as evidence of the lava uprising, except in the southwest side where the landing occurs. This island has one of the largest populations of sea lions. You can also observe several species of shorebirds. There have been occasional reports at this site of Orcas (Orcinus orca) feeding on sea lions.

Highlands / Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz Island)
The Highlands of Santa Cruz is a very interesting site due to the rich wildlife, hills, ferns, volcanoes and lava tubes present. Exploring the lava tubes is a surreal and unique experience. Here you can see all the different agricultural zones that are present in the Galapagos in one place. The variety of birds makes this a bird watchers delight.

Saturday

North Seymour Island
The island was named after English nobleman Lord Hugh Seymour. Formed by uplifted submarine lava, the island is home to a huge colony of about 2,500 land iguanas and large populations of sea lions, blue-footed boobies, common noddies and frigatebirds. Along the coast it is possible to see land and marine iguanas and the biggest colony of Magnificent Frigatebirds. Please keep in mind that on departures days, your morning visit will be early and short since we need to be prepared before heading back toward the airport for your returning flight to Ecuador’s mainland.

Rates:
From $4595.00

Cruise: 4 Days / 3 Nights
Saturday to Tuesday

Saturday: San Cristobal Island: Airport / PM San Cristobal Island: Lobos Island / Kicker Rock
Sunday: AM San Cristobal Island: Pitt Point / PM San Cristobal Island: Witch Hill
Monday: AM Española Island: Suarez Point / PM Española Island: Gardner Bay / Orborn Islet
Tuesday: AM Santa Cruz Island: Las Bachas / Airport

Saturday

San Cristobal Airport
Assistance will be provided upon your arrival by An Ocean Spray representative after passing through immigration and baggage claim. When ready, you will be transferred to the yacht. You will then be shown to your cabin where you will have some time to settle in before the welcome briefing and lunch.

Lobos Island / Kicker Rock (San Cristobal Island)
Lobos Island is an islet about an hour away from San Cristobal. Blue-footed boobies will nest here seasonally. In recent years frigate birds have begun to nest here. Sea lions are abundant, as well as marine iguanas. It is a very calm and tranquil site with beautiful views, including Kicker Rock off in the distance.

Kicker rock or León Dormido as it is called in Spanish is a huge structure formed of two eroded volcanic cones that tower over the sea at about 104 meters and sits in the middle of the open water. It is one of the most well-known landmarks in Galapagos with many popular sea birds that surround the area. This is also perhaps one of the best sites in the Galapagos see incredible underwater life.

Sunday

Pitt Point (San Cristobal Island)
Pitt point on San Cristobal is on the easternmost side of the Galapagos Islands. It’s also one of the only places that red-footed boobies, blue-footed boobies, and Nazca’s can be found all at the same place. The visitor site is interested as the formations of old volcanic rock are profoundly unique and the hike to the top of the site provides incredible views of the surrounding area.

Witch Hill (San Cristobal Island)
This is home to a popular beach in the Galapagos with powdery white sand and turquiose waters that are a joy to swim in and snorkel spotting the tropical fish benauth the surface. The occasional sea lion may stop by to swim with you or you’ll find them snoozing on the shore. On a panga ride you can explore the many crevices in the eroding rocks, leaving you in awe of the sheer power of erosion.

Monday

Suarez Point (Española Island)
This area is great for spotting Blue-footed Boobies, albatrosses and Nazca Boobies. A beautiful site on the ocean front, the large Waved Albatrosses use the cliff as a launching pad. The famous attraction is the magnificent blowhole, spurting water high into the air. This site presents wonderful photograph opportunities.

Gardner Bay / Osborn Islet (Española Island)
Gardner Bay, on the eastern side of the island, is the breeding site of nearly all of the world´s 12,000 pairs of Waved Albatrosses. It has an ample white sandy beach with a myriad of sea lions, perfect for relaxing. Its rocky shores make this site a great place for diving and snorkeling.

After landing, you can walk across a lovely white sand beach amongst a busy sea lion colony or dive into the water to swim with sea lion pups. This small island is a marine visit where you can enjoy fantastic snorkeling and swimming.

Tuesday

Las Bachas (Santa Cruz Island) / Airport
Bachas beach has beautiful green and blue waters that contrast along the surf of the black lava shores. Please keep in mind that on departures days, your morning visit will be early and short since we need to be prepared before heading back toward the airport for your returning flight to Ecuador’s mainland.

Rates:
From $3410.00

  • All shore excursions
  • All meals throughout the cruise
  • Regular soft drinks and juices
  • Champagne reception welcome courtesy
  • Galapagos National Park certified Guide
  • Use of snorkeling gear and wetsuits
  • Kayaks
  • Paddle board
  • Roundtrip airfare to Galapagos.*
  • Galapagos National Park entrance Fee, $100.*
  • Galapagos Transit Control Card, $20.*
  • Tips for crew / guides
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Plastic bottled beverages
  • Personal Expenses
  • 25% Discount for children under 12 years old (1 child per 2 adults)
  • Single supplement 50%
  • Children 7 years and older are welcome aboard
  • All prices are per person, based on a double occupancy
  • All prices are in US Dolars
  • Itineraries and activities are subject to change without prior notice depending on weather conditions, water currents, and sea conditions.
  • The wildlife described is not guaranteed to be seen during your visit.
  • Please remember to respect your distance between any and all wildlife.
  • Please stay on marked trails and heed the directions of your Naturalist Guide.