58m / 16 cabins / 32 guests / 21 crew
M/V Evolution is a spectacularly spacious motor yacht that dates back to the enviable 1920s. This yacht can accommodate up to 32 guests over 16 immaculate cabins all with air conditioning and ensuite bathrooms. If privacy and space is a necessity for your group, then the M/V Evolution has it in bucket loads.
The yacht boasts a 360-degree walkaround for panoramic views, as well as a jacuzzi on the sun deck, perfect for sundowners. The interior is stylish and modern, while innkeeping with its romantic 1920’s roots.
M/V Evolution is big enough to accommodate a large party of up to 32 guests, while maintaining a personal and homely feel. The 16 cabins are spread over three of the four decks. Eight of these are made up as double/kings, two are twin bedded, and the remaining eight cabins can be configured as either twins or doubles, offering a great range of options to suit any group make up.
The social areas on offer are plentiful, including an interior dining area and lounge. Out on deck, there is an alfresco lounge and bar, dedicated alfresco dining area as well as a large sunbathing area and jacuzzi.
M/V Evolution comes with 18 dedicated crew members, an extremely experienced cruise director as well as two naturalist guides, to ensure you get the most out of your Galapagos experience.
Onboard facilities include snorkelling equipment, kayaks, air renewal system, air conditioning, TV, CD, DVD, PlayStation 2, boutique and infirmary with MD on board.
We love the spacious yet homely feel of this yacht. Big enough to ensure you aren’t “on top of each other” but offering large enough social areas for those essential family meals, games nights and late night drinks. The remaining influence of the 1920’s gives M/V Evolution a real sense of occasion and romance, allowing you to cruise the islands in true style and comfort.
|Length||58.50 m (192 ft)|
|Beam||8.90 m (29 ft)|
|Cruising speed||10 knots|
|Max speed||12 knots|
|Naval architect||Kanasashi Shipyard Japan|
Crew, including cruise director, and naturalist guides.
Meals & snacks
Water, soft drinks, juices, tea & coffee
Use of water sports equipment
Use of snorkelling gear
Local airport transfers
Galapagos National Park fee ($100 adults, $50 children)
INGALA Transit Control Card ($20 pp)
Alcohol (above the daily inclusion)
Diving certification courses
Diving (for certified divers) and diving equipment
Personal travel & diving insurance (mandatory)
Additional guest costs above 32
Crew gratuity at your discretion