Cormorant

Cormorant, a deluxe 16-passenger power Galapagos catamaran offers generous accommodation and has 6 staterooms and 2 suites. All guest cabins are spacious with en-suite shower rooms and private balconies.

The 2 suites also have a sitting area. The dining room and lounge are on the Main Deck and there is a separate bar on the Upper Deck.

There is also a generous Sun Deck with sun loungers and a Jacuzzi, ideal for cooling off in the heat of the day. Cormorant has a captain, bilingual naturalist guide, cruise director and 8 other crew members to look after her passengers. Kayaks are also available for use. Snorkel equipment and wetsuits are available free of charge.

Staterooms

THE CORMORANT OFFERS 6 STATEROOMS AND TWO SUITES. EACH CABIN IS EQUIPPED WITH AIR CONDITIONING, A PRIVATE BALCONY, AND A PRIVATE BATHROOM.

Cormorant Main Deck
Main Deck Cabins
Cormorant upper deck cabin
Upper Deck Cabins

Cormorant Dining & Social Areas

Dining Room

Cormorant has a dining room and bar on the Main Deck. There is an al-fresco dining area, barbecue and an additional bar on the Upper Deck.

Upper Deck

Features both an al-fresco lounge & al-fresco bar.

Main Deck

Featuring a library, lounge, dining room and bar.

Sun Deck

The Sun Deck has loungers and a Jacuzzi, as well as a shaded seating area.

Technical Data

TYPE: Power Motor Catamaran

LENGTH: 108 feet

BEAM: 39 feet

DRAFT: 5 feet

CRUISING SPEED: 14 knots

CAPACITY: 16 passengers

ACCOMMODATIONS:

Main Deck:

  • 2 Suites
  • 2 Double Staterooms

Upper Deck:

  • 4 Staterooms

ELECTRICITY: 110V AC/60 Hz

CREW:

  • 10 + 1 Bilingual Galápagos National Park Naturalist Guide

AVAILABLE GEAR

  • Kayaks
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Wet suits

Cormorant Deck Plans

Cormorant Deck Plans

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