Nemo II

Nemo II is one of the most intimate ways to experience the Galapagos Islands. The sailing catamaran holds only 14 passengers, so can get up close and personal to the wildlife. The boat can anchor inshore and both seabirds and land birds will visit you on deck. Whilst sailing you will be closer to frolicking dolphins than any other yacht.

Nemo II has permission to visit places that 16-passenger cruises can’t. Kayak and snorkel kit are included in the price. Enjoy snorkelling in rarely visited places with the Nemo’s expert guides. Renovated in 2016, the Nemo II has double, twin and bunk cabins, all with private bathrooms, hot/cold showers, and air conditioning. 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. Includes three meals daily, after-excursion snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.

Itineraries

North & West

Sunday am:  Baltra Island – arrival
Sunday pm:  North Seymour – seabirds and iguanas

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

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

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

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

Friday am:  Rabida – flamingos & pelicans
Friday pm:  Santiago – Sullivan Bay – volcanic lava and lizards

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

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:  Santa Cruz – Bachas beach – crabs and lizards

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

Tuesday am: San Cristobal – Kicker Rock & Wizard Hill
Tuesday pm:  San Cristobal – Lobos Island – sealions

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

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

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

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

Sunday am:  Black Turtle Cove – Baltra Island – departure

Deckplan

Pricing

  • 4 days from $1,404 pp, standard cabin, excluding flights and park fees
  • 5 days from $1,931 pp, standard cabin, excluding flights and park fees
  • 8 days from $3,467 pp, standard cabin, excluding flights and park fees

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

INSPIRED? EACH JOURNEY WE CREATE IS UNIQUE AND DESIGNED ENTIRELY AROUND YOU. FILL OUT YOUR DETAILS HERE TO GET STARTED...

"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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