The Millennium offers several itineraries around the Galapagos, all of which have been created to let you get up close and personal with an array of fascinating local flora and fauna, enjoy glorious views, get some restorative downtime, and experience diverse activities and adventures. Take a seven-night round-trip from Baltra Island and visit the islands of Santa Cruz, Santa Fe, San Cristobal, Espanola, Floreana, and others, or spend seven nights visiting the islands of Santa Cruz, Isabela, Fernandina, Santiago, North Seymour, Santiago, and more. Highlights of a shorter five-night round trip include Santa Cruz’s highlands and Black Turtle Cove, the breeding centre, Tagus Cove, and Wall of Tears on Isabela Island, Chinese Hat, and the islands of Fernandina and Santiago. Cruise for four nights from Baltra to San Cristobal, with stops including the islands of Bartholeme, North Seymour, Santa Fe, and Santa Cruz, or spend five nights on an adventure from San Cristobal to Baltra. It is also possible to combine routes for longer journeys of discovery.
The Millennium is a sleek catamaran that offers great guest facilities, modern safety equipment, and high standards of comfort for small ship cruises around the awe-inspiring Galapagos. She can accommodate up to 16 passengers per voyage in eight spacious en suite cabins. Cabins have air conditioning and adequate storage space, and you’re sure to sleep soundly after each special day. Explore the wonders of the underwater world with the provided snorkelling equipment, or take it easy and watch the world go by from the comfort of the sun deck. Bury your head in a book from the small onboard library or learn more about the local nature and wildlife from the experienced naturalist who accompanies each trip. There is also a TV/DVD player on the boat. The vessel has both indoor and outdoor dining areas and you can enjoy tasty food as you chat with the other passengers in a friendly and intimate atmosphere.
The Millennium’s friendly staff members are enthusiastic about helping you to have one of the best vacations ever, sailing around the natural playground of the Galapagos. Make sure you reserve your cabins in advance to avoid disappointment; call us or book online today.
Choose your departure date adventure cruise | no scuba diving
Included: VAT, Fuel Surcharge, Drinking Water, Tea & Coffee, Welcome Cocktails, Full-Board Meal Plan (All meals), Snacks, Land Excursions, Naturalist Guide, Beach Towels, Cabin Towels.
Required Extras: National Park Fees (100 USD per trip), Port Fees, Visas and Fees (20 USD).
Optional Extras: Gratuities, Airport Transfer, Hotel Transfer, Local Flights, Alcoholic Beverages, Soft drinks, Kayaks (18 USD per day).
Book now, pay later: You can easily place your booking online. We will then hold the spaces for you and you can confirm with a payment later.
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Food & Drinks
If you have any specific dietary requirements whilst on-board your cruise, you can add this to your special requests on step 2 of the booking form. We advise limiting these requests to religious beliefs or food allergies.
The crew speaks English and Spanish.
There is equipment available to rent on this boat. Please provide your rental needs on the booking form.
You will need to pay for the rental gear on board of the boat. Show prices.
Drawings & Vessel Layouts
- Length 27m/82ft
- Top speed 12 Knots
- Max guests 16
- Number of cabins 8
- Number of bathrooms 8
Boat Navigation and Safety
- 8.5 Fabulous
- 3 Verified Reviews
- Vessel 8.0
- Crew 8.0
- Food 9.3
- Activities 9.3
- Value 8.0
A most enjoyable cruise
Everything was great
- Recommended for
- wildlife, guide, the other guests
It was an unforgettable experience.
The highlights of this trip for me came together on our walk on Chinese Hat. We saw many Frigate birds displaying mating behaviors. Many male Frigate birds displayed their wonderful big, red pouches to attract a female. We also observed Blue-footed Boobies in their mating behavior. There were lots of Sea Lions with their young, either feeding or lounging in the sand. The part of the island where the Sea Lions were had lots of volcanic rocks that protected the habitat from large foamy waves crashing down. There was not enough time to observe all the fascinating interactions of land, sea and animals.
- Recommended for
- The sights can't be seen anywhere else. Excellent food. Excellent guide
Overall a really worthwhile experience.
The snorkeling was the best. Took us to great places and saw lots. A few tips for the company: Add shampoo and soap to the list of things for people to bring. Trim the base around the cabin toilets so you don't stub your toes on it. Get a better selection of drinks - especially the wine - and make sure you clearly explain the prices.
- Recommended for
- The islands, the guide, the snorkeling.