Stella Maris

Stella Maris
Stella Maris is available only for charter and can accommodate up to 14 people for a private luxury cruise in the Galapagos Islands. The Stella Maris motor yacht is unique because of its spacious interiors and grand style.


Although you may have read information about the Galapagos Islands online or in guidebooks, nothing can compare to seeing this ecological paradise in person. Your naturalist guide will help you find the best places to see wildlife while on the Stella Maris. Your certified guide will take you to the best spots to view endemic species at each stop. This includes blue-footed boobies and frigatebirds as well as marine iguanas.

Two routes of eight days are taken by the ship. You can choose to cruise through the eastern islands, and stop at Lobos Island for some snorkeling with sea lions. Floreana Island is a great place to see flamingos later. You can choose a cruise to the west islands and stop at Espumilla Beach, Santiago Island's nesting place for sea turtles. Next, visit Tagus Cove on Isabela Island to see the Galapagos penguins or flightless cormorants.

You will find many ways to see the local marine life from the ship, including kayaks, snorkeling gear and stand-up paddleboards. On request, scuba and fishing excursions can be arranged. You can also share photos from all your adventures via the onboard WIFI.


Stella Maris has a ten-member crew that provides a remarkable crew-to-staff ratio that is superior to that of other ships in the region. Everyone on the ship, from the captain to the stewardesses is committed to providing seamless service to ensure that your holiday is unforgettable.

Your favorite crew members are likely to be the sous-chef and chef. The Stella Maris' chef is a skilled cook with a background in French cuisine. He has also worked in Michelin-starred restaurants.

The Stella Maris is the perfect choice for family vacations, corporate retreats and getaways with friends. It offers first-class service, chic accommodations, and unforgettable excursions to the Galapagos Islands.



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