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Galapagos Legend

Cruise Ships in The Galapagos Islands : Galapagos Legend

A modern and spacious option for exploring the islands, Galapagos Legend has capacity for 100 passengers across 56 cabins and 4 decks. The larger size of the ship means added amenities such as outdoor pool, multiple Jacuzzis and indoor and outdoor dining options.

Passengers100Crew60Decks4Cabins56Length301.8ftWidth49.2ftKnots15Built2002

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The Galapagos Legend was originally constructed in 2002 and since remodeled in 2017, ensuring an up to date interior and completely modernized technology. The ship is designed with 56 cabins situated on the Earth, Wind and Sea Decks ranging from economical cabins with porthole windows to full suites with ceiling to floor windows and private balconies. Guests can enjoy indoor and outdoor dining options on a daily basis, multiple bars and lounges, as well as a library, boutique and fitness room. The ship also offers round-the-clock reception service and a medical station. On the Sky Deck, there is a small outdoor pool and lounge chairs for relaxing while the Moon Deck has an outdoor stargazing area and a unique lifeboat dining option.

Cabins

The 56 cabins offer a range of options from budget friendly to luxurious. All cabins feature carpeted flooring, private bathrooms, air conditioning and either twin or matrimonial beds.

Standard Cabins (x3)

These entry level interior cabins have 13 m² of space with either two twin or one matrimonial bed.

Standard Plus Cabins (x7)

Similar to the standard cabin but with external porthole windows, these cabins are slightly smaller at 11 m².

Junior Suites

The junior suites offer additional living space at 15 m²-20 m² and can accommodate up to four with sofa couches (though we recommend a maximum of three). The cabins have fullsize panoramic windows with ocean views.

Balcong Suites (x17)

Luxuriously set up with private balconies and 22 m² of living space as well as preferred location on the ship. These cabins also enjoy fullsize panoramic windows.

Legend Balcong Suite (x1)

The largest and most comfortable of the ship's cabins, the Legend Balcony Suite enjoys 33 m² of space with a Queen sized bed, sofa couch and large private balcony.

Dining

  • Breakfast is buffet style served in the Lonesome George Restaurant.
  • Lunch is buffet style served in the Lonesome George Restaurant.
  • Dinner is buffet style served in the alfresco restaurant or á la carte dinner in the Lonesome George Restaurant.
  • Tea and coffee are available at the bar all day.

Routes

  • 3 nights: northern islands.
  • 3 nights: eastern islands.
  • 4 nights: northern and western islands.
  • 4 nights: southern islands.
  • 7 nights: northern, central and western islands.
  • 7 nights: eastern and southern islands.
  • 7 nights: southern, northern and central islands.
  • 7 nights: western and eastern islands.

Suggested itineraries

  • Sea lions in the Galapagos

    Our specialists suggest:
    Our 10-day "Galapagos cruise on the Yolita II" itinerary, from $5,445pp.
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  • Land Iguana, Galapagos Islands

    Our specialists suggest:
    Our 7-day "Galapagos Odyssey Escape" itinerary, from $6,480pp.
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  • Frigate bird in the Galapagos

    Our specialists suggest:
    Our 11-day "Wildlife of Ecuador: Amazon and Galapagos" itinerary, from $7,950pp.
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  • The cobbled streets of Quito's Old Town

    Our specialists suggest:
    Our 13-day "Andes & Galapagos tour" itinerary, from $7,460pp.
    View details

Activities

  • Daily landings
  • Glass bottom boat
  • Zodiac trips
  • Board games
  • Trekking
  • Nighttime events
  • Kayaking
  • Snorkeling
  • Wildlife viewing
  • On board lectures

Facilities

  • Multiple zodiacs
  • Alfresco dining
  • Observation deck
  • Indoor/outdoor bar
  • Sun deck
  • Open bridge
  • Kid's room
  • Fitness room
  • Jacuzzi
  • Outdoor pool
  • Science corner
  • Library