Millennium Essential Features

  • Catamaranfor 16 passengers
  • Cabins with private balcony
  • Great itineraries
  • Ample social areas and sundecks
  • Spacious and confortable
  • Professional and experienced crew

 

Technical Specifications

Category: First class catamaran
Capacity: 16 passengers
Crew: 9 menbers + 1 guide
Accommodation: 8  double cabins
Gear:: Snorkeling equipment

About the Millennium

The MILLENNIUM is the most elegant and comfortable catamaran in the Galapagos Islands. Ample cabins and social areas are perfect for high-end passengers. The intimate ambiance of a small group combined with the facilities of a big vessel makes the Millennium an unforgettable experience complete with the assurance of the utmost safety standards.

Millennium Catamaran

Cruiser Itineraries

DIVING CRUISE  Itinerary A

8 DAYS/ 7 NIGHTS          

Day 1     Wednesday        Baltra airport – p.m. Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz)

Day 2     Thursday            a.m. Plazas Island – p.m. Santa Fe

Day 3     Friday                  a.m. San Cristobal – Centerp.m. Lobos Island

Day 4     Saturday             a.m. Punta Pitt – p.m. Galapaguera Natural (San Cristóbal)

Day 5     Sunday                a.m.Cerro Brujo – p.m. Leon Dormido (San Cristóbal)

Day 6     Monday               a.m.Punta Suarez – p.m. Gardner Bay (Española)

Day 8     Tuesday              a.m.Punta Cormorant – p.m.Post Office Bay (Floreana)

Day 9     Wednesday        a.m.Charles Darwin Station(Sta.Cruz) – Baltra airport

DIVING CRUISE Itinerary B

8 DAYS/ 7 NIGHTS          

Day 1    Wednesday           Baltra airport – p.m. Highlands of Santa Cruz

Day 2     Thursday              a.m. + p.m. Pto. Villamil (Tintoreras / Wetlands / Breeding Center / Wall of Tears or Sierra Negra)

Day 3     Friday                    a.m. Punta Moreno (Isabela) – p.m. Punta Mangle (Fernandina)

Day 4     Saturday            a.m. Punta Espinoza (Fernandina) – p.m. Tagus Cove (Isabela)

Day 5     Sunday                a.m. Puerto Egas (Santiago) – p.m. Chinese Hat

Day 6     Monday              a.m. Black Turtle Cove (Sta. Cruz) – p.m. North Seymour

Day 7     Tuesday              a.m. Bartolome – p.m. Sullivan Bay (Santiago)

Day 8      Wednesday       a.m. Bachas (Sta. Cruz) – Baltra airport

DIVING CRUISE Itinerary C

8 DAYS/ 7 NIGHTS          

Day 1    Friday                   a.m. San Cristobal airport – p.m. Lobos Island

Day 2      Saturday            a.m. Punta Pitt  – p.m. Galapaguera Natural (San Cristóbal)

Day 3     Sunday               a.m. Cerro Brujo (San Cristóbal) – p.m. Leon Dormido

Day 4     Monday              a.m. Punta Suarez (Española) – p.m. Gardner Bay (Española)

Day 5     Tuesday             a.m. Punta Cormorant (Floreana) – p.m. Post Office Bay (Floreana)

Day 6     Wednesday       a.m. Charles Darwin Station (Sta. Cruz) – Baltra airport 

 

DIVING CRUISE Itinerary D

8 DAYS/ 7 NIGHTS          

Day 1    Wednesday           Baltra airport – p.m. Highlands of Santa Cruz

Day 2     Thursday              a.m. + p.m. Pto. Villamil (Tintoreras / Wetlands / Breeding Center / Wall of Tears or Sierra Negra)

Day 3     Friday                    a.m. Punta Moreno (Isabela) – p.m. Punta Mangle (Fernandina)

Day 4     Saturday               a.m. Punta Espinoza (Fernandina) – p.m. Tagus Cove (Isabela)

Day 5     Sunday                 a.m. Puerto Egas (Santiago) – p.m. Chinese Hat

Day 6     Monday                a.m. Black Turtle Cove (Sta. Cruz) – Baltra airport

 

DIVING CRUISE  Itinerary E

8 DAYS/ 7 NIGHTS          

Day 1     Monday              a.m. Baltra airport – p.m. North Seymour

Day 2    Tuesday              a.m. Bartolome – p.m. Sullivan Bay (Santiago)

Day 3    Wednesday        a.m. Bachas (Sta. Cruz) – p.m. Dragon Hill

Day 4    Thursday            a.m. Plazas Island – p.m. Santa Fe

Day 5    Friday                  a.m. San Cristobal / Interpretation Center – San Cristobal airport

 

Deck Plane

Smart Voyager certificate: Because of a deep concern for the conservation of these Enchanted Isles with their increasing population of close to 25,000 people (2006), The Beagle’s management endeavours to use locally produced goods and services, maintaining its main offices in Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz Island. The Beagle has been awarded the Smart Voyager certificate, which is granted to tourist operations after careful inspection of their adherence to sound conservation practices.

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Testimonials

The underwater world was impressive, we saw hammer head sharks, sea rays and marine turtles. Playful sea lion were following us all the way!

Richard - January 2018

Our time on board The Beagle was truly amazing. The crew and the food were excellent; we loved every minute of it!  

Roy & Anita - Cruise date December 5 / 2017