The Eclipse is a 210 ft expedition vessel that accommodates up to 48 passengers in staterooms, each with a sea view. Fully air-conditioned, the spacious cabins have either a double or twin bed arrangement and well-appointed bathrooms with fresh towels provided every day and the complimentary use of bathrobes.
Ships the size of the Eclipse would normally accommodate many more passengers, her layout was designed to provide passengers with ample cabin space and social areas. The Eclipse is unique in offering the generous accommodation of a larger vessel, while preserving the atmosphere and exclusivity of a smaller yacht.
There is a well-equipped lounge for relaxation and for the nightly briefings on the day's discoveries and the following day's activities. In addition to the elegant indoor dining room, there is an al fresco dining area located around the pool, where you can enjoy the islands' spectacular scenery over lunch. There is also has a well-stocked library for quiet study and reading.
One of the favourite areas on board the Eclipse is the observation/sun deck, ideal for stargazing, whale watching or simply relaxing on the sun loungers. The Eclipse also has a bar, pool bar and a boutique.
First class medium sized motor cruiser
Itinerary and prices
Galapagos fuel surcharge $180pp
Twin/double stateroom cabins
Geodyssey brings you an exclusive selection of thoughtfully designed holidays in amazing locations throughout our destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean. Our holidays focus on what is natural, authentic, comfortable, stylish and affordable, and on what works best in each country. Our tailor-made holidays are individually designed by our experienced team on the basis of in-depth knowledge, a real enthusiasm for our destinations, and a desire to make sure we get it right for each and every customer. All our customers have 100% financial protection. All the land-based holidays on this website are exclusive to Geodyssey. Geodyssey is an independent company managed by its owners, based in London, founded in 1993.