Cormorant Motor Catamaran

The Cormorant: Galapagos Catamaran Charter

Launched in 2011 and renovated in October 2017, the Cormorant is one of the most advanced and comfortable vessels in all of the Galapagos.

This luxury motor catamaran combines speed—ten knots—with steadiness (catamarans tend to be more stable than monohull vessels).

 

Cormorant Galapagos Catamaran room

The Cormorant is 108 feet long, with a beam of 39 feet.

Amenities include a spacious lounge, dining area, bar, sundeck with jetted tub, and lounge chairs.

The crew of eleven includes an expert bilingual guide, two chefs, and a cruise manager.

Private Bathrooms, Balconies, and Air Conditioning

The Cormorant accommodates 17 passengers in seven comfortable cabins. Four interconnecting twin cabins (301 square feet) are found on the upper deck.

Cormorant Galapagos Catamaran lounge

Cormorant Staterooms

The main deck has two double staterooms (301 square feet) and two large suites (441 square feet) with private balconies. The lower deck includes one single-occupancy cabin (150 square feet).

Each guest room includes a private bathroom and air conditioning.

Private Balconies and Ocean View Windows

The upper and main deck cabins have large windows and private balconies.

Cormorant Galapagos Catamaran sun deck

Group-Basis Galapagos Cruises and Private Charters

Group-basis cruise options are available for four, five, and eight days.

Cormorant Galapagos cruises depart on Sundays and Thursdays.

The Cormorant can also be chartered for private cruises, allowing guests to customize their cruise itineraries.

Land-Based and Dive Tour Extensions

Cormorant cruises can be combined with land-based extensions and dive tours.

Those looking for more information on Galapagos Yacht Charters can find it here.

Cormorant Galapagos Catamaran sunset
LANDED arranges cruises aboard the Cormorant, as well as air travel, land transportation, tours, and accommodations in mainland Ecuador. Speak with a travel planner today at 801.582.2100. We’ll take care of the details.

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