G Adventures Cruise Fleet
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Inspired by a backpacking trip through Asia, adventure aficionado Bruce Poon Tip started up G adventures in his apartment in 1990. Feeling that the travel market was missing the opportunity for people to get out there and have genuine, enriching, and educational experiences, Bruce started building expeditions for real adventurers. In order to reach some of the most remote and exciting regions of the world, many of the group’s expeditions were by ship. Not wanting to lose the small group, and authentic feel at the heart of the company’s ethos, they offered only small ship cruises to some of the world’s most exciting and exotic destinations.

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The small ship cruises offered by G Adventures were designed with the company’s policies of immersive and sustainable travel in mind. Their expeditions to the Galapagos National Park were created to provide education and enjoyment for guests in one of the most renowned nature reserves in the world.

Why Book a G Adventures Cruise

With their mantra of experiencing the world as it is, off the beaten track, and immersed in each unique place, a G Adventures small ship cruise is as far from a generic boat trip as possible. The group offers rich and sometimes challenging experiences for travelers who want to see the Galapagos Islands in all their raw beauty. There are cruises to suit every activity level, from photography and gentle hikes to kayaking and snorkeling with sea lions and sharks. In the spirit of conservation and getting close to the local wildlife, the cruises’ excursions are usually by foot, bicycle, or kayak, with the option to snorkel with the marine life around several islands.

Whether you are kayaking through the mangroves of Tortuga Bay looking for iguanas or sea turtles or hiking through the lava landscapes that make up the islands, a G Adventures cruise lets you get close to the heart of the Galapagos. After a full day of this kind of adventure, guests will return to their small cruise ship with their group to rest, relax, and, of course, talk over the day's events. G Adventure’s cruise line now operates several small cruise ships in the Galapagos with styles and, of course, budgets to suit a range of travelers. Aboard each vessel is a Galapagos National Park naturalist guide to a maximum ratio of one to ten guests. This means travelers will have the chance to ask questions and learn about all the miraculous things they see on the islands.

G Adventures Fleet of Small Cruise Ships


Cosy and welcoming, the Yolita is a small cruise ship that lends itself to a personal and friendly onboard atmosphere. There are only eight bright and airy cabins, accommodating a small group of 16 passengers on each expedition around the Galapagos Islands.


Upscale and beautifully designed to make the most of those breathtaking views that seem almost standard in the Galapagos, the Eden is perfectly equipped for guests’ comfort and relaxation. The ship’s deck offers panoramic views, and three of its eight cabins are on the upper deck, offering a bright and breezy space for resting.


Cruise the icy waters of Antarctica on board the Expedition. Her 134 guests can relax and unwind in the Polar Bear Pub, work up a sweat in the gym and sauna, and enjoy the large Albatross Dining Room. Sail through the Drake Passage and be amazed by the immense icebergs and breathtaking glaciers; explore the incredible scenery and witness the unique wildlife of Antarctica.

G Adventures Croatia

Sail the Adriatic Sea aboard the G Adventures Croatia small cruise ship. Her range of cruise itineraries includes combined trips to Montenegro and Italy and visits to Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Mljet, and Korčula. With just 8 passengers on the boat, this is the perfect way to enjoy the scenery and history of Croatia in a small group.

G Adventures Greece

The G Adventures Greece is ideal for anyone seeking to explore the Greek Islands in a small group and witness the incredible scenery around the Cyclades in Greece. Itineraries take up to 8 guests to some of the most well-known islands in the Cyclades, such as Santorini, Mykonos, Ios, and Naxos. There are plenty of chances to explore the whitewashed villages, wander through ancient ruins, and swim in crystal-clear waters. 


The Amatista is a riverboat cruise in the Amazon with a capacity of 28 passengers, offering a uniquely intimate experience. On board are 7 upper deck cabins and 7 lower deck cabins, all air-conditioned, spacious, and comfortable. The interior bar lounge, reading lounge, and dining room are perfect for relaxing between excursions. The observation decks provide ample opportunity to take in the breathtaking scenery. The Amatista is also equipped with 2 boats to explore smaller tributaries and remote arteries of the Amazon.

G Adventures Sri Lanka

The G Adventures Sri Lanka is a 16mt/53ft long catamaran that takes up to 12 passengers on adventure cruises through Sri Lanka. The G Adventures Sri Lanka sails along the beautiful southern coast of the island, where guests can spot playful dolphins in their natural habitat and humpback whales (depending on the season). Guests can explore jungle wildlife reserves where they might encounter elephants or jaguars in their natural habitat.

G Adventures Thailand

The G Adventures Thailand is a catamaran that takes 16 guests on adventure cruises through Thailand. It features 7 standard cabins on the lower deck and 2 deluxe cabins on the main deck, each with panoramic views. On the upper deck is the sundeck, ideal for relaxing and sunbathing, while the observation deck provides ample opportunity to take in the stunning island scenery of Thailand’s coastline.


Gahaa is a traditional dhoni sailing in the waters of the Maldives, offering a genuinely local experience. The trip is created using 100% local services, and the dhoni has 5 twin/double cabins that can accommodate 8 passengers. Meals and beverages are served in the covered dining and lounging area on the main deck. The Gahaa dhoni sails around Malé Atoll, South Malé Atoll, and Felidhu Atoll, covering Fulidhoo, Bodu Mora, and Felidhu islands.

Reina Silvia Voyager

The Reina Silvia Voyager is a catamaran that takes 16 passengers on adventure cruises through the Galapagos Islands. The onboard expert Naturalist Guide leads informative briefings and guides guests on fascinating excursions to see the islands' diverse wildlife up close. Trips aboard the Reina Silvia Voyager include snorkeling equipment, wetsuits, beach towels, and all meals on board.

Sea Farer

The Sea Farer is an upgraded dhoni that offers adventure cruises for up to 14 guests in the Maldives. Visit different islands, such as Fulidhoo Island, Felidhu Island, Bodu Mora Island, and have plenty of time on the stunning beaches of the Maldives. Ideal for anyone who loves outdoor activities like hiking or cycling. Snorkeling equipment is included so guests can make the most of the turquoise lagoons and crystal-clear waters.

Areas the G Adventures Cruise Fleet Covers

With six small cruise ships available, G Adventures can cover most of the Galapagos islands’ coast. Shorter itineraries can take groups to the rugged East, where the tiny volcanic islets are home to many coastal dwelling creatures such as penguins, flamingos, and iguanas. Also, on seven to ten-day sailings, travelers can visit the lush western islands of Isabella, San Cristobal, and Santa Cruz or focus on the central islands with trips up to remote Genovesa for serious birdwatchers and the chance to snorkel with hammerhead sharks.

Longer trips offer to take you to see both sides of the Galapagos, an enriching experience of both the unique topography of the islands and the distinct species that call these isolated environments their home. G Adventures cruise fleet offers the unique experience of a 17-night cruise aboard some of their ships. These trips make a complete circuit of each of the main and several more remote islands, so you don’t miss anything.