Nemo III

Nemo III is a comfortable sailing catamaran. The twin hulls make it a stable way to glide through the Galapagos waters. Once the sails are unfurled there is nothing to beat the experience. The 16-passenger yacht has both double and twin cabins with en-suite facilities and air conditioning. This yacht will appeal to the adventurous.

There are six attentive crew to look after you, including a barman and naturalist guide. Enjoy social areas to get to know your shipmates, a jacuzzi to relax in on deck or shaded areas to escape the sun.

The boat can anchor close inshore and both seabirds and land birds will visit you on deck. Whilst sailing you will be close to frolicking dolphins. Kayak and snorkel kit are included in the price. Enjoy snorkelling in rarely visited places with the Nemo’s expert guides. The twice daily land hikes are non-stop wildlife encounters.

The operation is family-run with over three decades’ experience of Galapagos cruises. The two excellent 8-day itineraries are a complete northern/western week followed by a full southern/eastern loop. There are shorter four- and five-day itineraries. Includes three meals daily, after-excursion snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.


A – North & West (this can be split into a 4-day Sun – Wed or 5-day Wed – Sun)

Sunday am:  Baltra Island – arrival
Sunday pm:  Santa Cruz – Bachas beach – crabs and lizards

Monday am:  Genovesa – Prince Philip’s Steps – seabirds and sharks
Monday pm: Genovesa – Darwin Bay – frigatebirds & boobies

Tuesday am: Santiago – Sullivan Bay – volcanic lava and lizards
Tuesday pm:  Santa Cruz – Dragon hill – land iguanas

Wednesday am:  Santa Cruz highlands & tortoise reserve
Wednesday pm:  Santa Cruz – Charles Darwin Research Station – baby tortoises

Thursday am:  Isabela – Moreno Point – lava and rare plants & finches
Thursday pm:  Isabela – Urbina Bay – marine and land iguanas

Friday am:  Fernandina – Espinosa Point – marine iguanas and sealions
Friday pm:  Isabela – Tagus Cove – historical anchorage & finches

Saturday am:  Santiago – Port Egas James Bay – tidepools and fur seals
Saturday pm:  Santiago – Buccaneers Cove – historical anchorage & sealions

Sunday am:  Daphne Island – Baltra Island – departure



South & East (this can be split into a 5-day Sun – Thu or 4-day Thu – Sun)

Sunday am:  Baltra Island – arrival
Sunday pm:  North Seymour – sealions, iguanas & seabirds

Monday am: San Cristobal – Kicker Rock, Lobos Island
Monday pm:
San Cristobal – Wizard Hill

Tuesday am:  Española – Gardner Bay – sealions & mockingbirds
Tuesday pm:  Española – Punta Suarez – Albatross & boobies

Wednesday am:  Floreana – Cormorant Point – Flamingos – Champion Islet
Wednesday pm:  Floreana – Post Office Bay – historical anchorage

Thursday am:  Santa Cruz highlands & tortoise reserve
Thursday pm:  Charles Darwin Research Station – baby tortoises

Friday am:  South Plazas – Land iguanas & seabirds
Friday pm:  Santa Fe – Giant cactus and hawks

Saturday am:  Bartolomé – viewpoint and hawks
Saturday pm:  Chinese Hat – penguins & marine iguanas

Sunday am:  Mosquera Islet – Baltra Island – departure






Rates 2024:

  • 4 days from $2,700 pp, standard cabin, excluding flights and park fees
  • 5 days from $3,300 pp, standard cabin, excluding flights and park fees
  • 8 days from $5,000 pp, standard cabin, excluding flights and park fees

Above rates are for sharing a cabin, please contact us for single prices.


"Our guide's genuine love and enthusiasm for the island really shone through. I would have no hesitation in recommending you to friends or travelling with you again."

J John & J Palin

"A trip to the Galapagos is a unique experience and has left us with so many wonderful memories"

D & M Mercer

"Thank you for all your help and care in advising on and arranging this most memorable adventure for us. It was a fascinating, extra-ordinary utterly enjoyable experience"

A Tennant

“The Galapagos tour was fantastic, thank you so much for all your help organising. I had expected it to be incredible, but as you know, the wildlife and scenery still blows everyone away. The crew were brilliant, and the guide so knowledgeable. It was truly a treat to spend a week on board, and humbling to spend time in such a magical place."

M Welch...

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