The Seaman Journey Galapagos Catamaran is a renowned double haul cruising the beautiful azure waters of the Archipelago, featuring the most stellar services within its class. The seaman continues to build its reputation and garner rave reviews through the top of the line service and unrivalled amenities. Among them, spacious interiors with glamorous living areas for guests enjoyment, big scenic windows throughout all decks including cabins and common areas; allowing visitors to appreciate their surroundings at all times. Guests can choose among eight available cabins with a capacity for 16 passengers, including two spacious suite cabins located on the upper deck. Spacious twin cabins 1,2,7,8 can be adjusted to a triple with the addition of sofabed. Comprehensive itineraries provide guests with multiple visit points, a Central-Western itinerary that runs for eight days only; and its alternate North-South-Eastern route divided into 4,5 and 8-day programs.
Cabins of the Seaman Journey Galapagos Catamaran
Booking with the Seaman Journey Galapagos cruise, prepare yourself for quite the treat as you step into one of the spacious and well-lit cabins. Within each stateroom, there is plenty of storage space for all belongings, including a safety box for valuables. Additionally, each features air conditioning, charging ports for electronics, a long desk with a mirror, luxury hotel-quality linens, and a private ensuite bathroom. Within each bathroom are a marble vanity, hairdryer, hot shower, and quality toiletries and towels. For the ultimate upgrade, ask about the suites, where you can sleep on a king-sized bed, and step directly to the outdoors from your suite.
Living areas of the Seaman Journey Galapagos Catamaran
Dispersed throughout the Seaman Journey Galapagos cruise are some of the finest living areas that will make your stay remarkable. Head up to the upper deck solarium and lounge on chaise furniture and outdoor summer beds as you soak in the equatorial rays, enjoy a first-row view of Galapagos wildlife and scenery, or catch up on that favourite book. Make sure to ask your professional barman to whip you up a tropical cocktail at the outdoor wet bar beforehand to truly complete the picture. To enjoy both the outdoors and the shade, the main deck features a lounge area with plenty of brightly decorated and cosy furniture. You will appreciate this area, as the sun is powerful in the Galapagos! One of our favorite touches on the Seaman Journey, the gorgeous outdoor dining area for enjoying delicious lunches throughout your stay.
As for the interior, the Seaman Journey Galapagos Catamaran sets the bar high for its design and features. The spacious salon living area features plenty of furniture, including a humungous L shapes couch where visitors will enjoy a 15-minute briefing on the large flat-screen TV in the evening provided by the naturalist guide. This will include the activities of the following day, along with animals you may see and what you need to bring. The indoor bar is an impressive sight, a full bar stocked with international and national liquors, fine wines, and local beers. At any point during your stay, enjoy the 24/7 coffee, tea, and snack station that is constantly replenished. Lastly, relish in some of the best food in your life in the tastefully decorated dining room, featuring a large communal table. Your onboard sous chef, extensively trained in the gastronomic arts, will prepare meals three times daily, along with delicious desserts. Typically, after excursions, he will have a delicious snack and fruit juice awaiting your return.
Itineraries of the Seaman Journey Galapagos Catamaran
We love that the Seaman Journey Galapagos Cruise has a big range of itinerary options, ranging from four to eight days, provide plenty of flexibility for travellers. Each itinerary explores different areas of the Galapagos Islands, with each having a few aspects in common: Tours full of unique wildlife settlements, breathtaking hikes through volcanic landscapes, visit points full of hidden gems and gorgeous beaches. If you want to get the full scoop of the differences, speak with our veteran crew travel advisors or head to our blog section for a breakdown.