Wonders of the Galápagos Islands: A Voyage of Discovery
Sail aboard the M.V. Santa Cruz and discover every nature lover's dream come to life on the Galápagos Islands
- Insights from the West of Ireland
- Fabulous shots from Smithsonian Journeys Expert Kirt Kempter
- Visiting Mount Fuji, by way of rural Japan
- Saturday in Pamplona
M.V. Santa Cruz
Built exclusively for operation among the Galápagos Islands, the first-class Santa Cruz carries a maximum of 90 passengers in comfortable, air-conditioned outside cabins with lower berths, private showers, and toilets. Each cabin has limited storage in small closets and in large compartments beneath the beds. The ship’s facilities include sun decks, lounge, large dining room that accommodates all passengers in a single seating, reading room, observation decks, and tenders for landing small groups on the islands. The ship is equipped with swimming masks, snorkels, and fins for passenger use. Master suites, junior suites, single, double, triple, and quad accommodations are available.