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Aqua Mare

Stylish luxury in the Galápagos
Aqua Mare Galapagos cruise

Explore the Galápagos in utmost comfort

As the first true superyacht in the Galápagos Islands, the 50m Aqua Mare is a vessel of distinction in every way. Inside, Aqua Mare boasts 30 percent more indoor volume than most yachts of the same size, allowing ample space for respite after active days exploring the archipelago’s endlessly fascinating wildlife.

Onboard you’ll find seven large, sea-facing, François Zuretti-designed suites, including an 80 sqm Owner’s Suite complete with exclusive steward service, extravagant indoor and outdoor social spaces, elegant finishing and immaculate attention to detail. It’s the first of its kind in the region, and the ultimate retreat while exploring these dramatic volcanic landscapes.

Equally impressive is the cuisine, which features the finest ingredients without compromising on sustainability or locality, and showcases both Japanese techniques and Peruvian flavours in exciting fusion dishes.

The star of the show is, of course, the islands’ spectacular biodiversity. Snorkelling and diving excursions allow you to see wildlife thriving underwater, alongside guided hikes and expert-led excursions. There are two naturalist guides for 16 guests as well as an unmatched one-to-one crew-to-guest ratio.



Two naturalist guides

Unparalleled one-to-one crew to guest ratio

Large, sea-facing suites with capacity for 16 guests

Peruvian fusion cuisine made with sustainably sourced produce

The first true superyacht in the Galapagos

Sea and land excursions to discover the wildlife

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Places to combine Aqua Mare with

The Amazon

Sani Lodge
Focusing supporting the local community and protecting its biodiverse surroundings, Sani is an ecolodge set in 40,000 hectares (100,000 acres) of beautiful rainforest between two of the most diverse ecological reserves on the planet. Make yourself at home in a rustic, yet spacious cabin, offering an intimate experience of the Amazon rainforest. Up to 38 guests can be accommodated in thatched-roofed cabanas and family-sized cabins, which are all screened to keep insects out and have eco-friendly solar lights. Warm fabrics and rich wood panels made for an inviting place to relax as you take in the sounds of the jungle. The more adventurous can stay at the camping site, an hour away from the lodge. Together with local guides, guests make their way to the site in canoes. Tents are on platforms with thatched roofs to provide a little extra shelter, and all meals are prepared on site by a chef. Twitchers will have a field day as there are some 550 species identified in the area. It is estimated that on a 4-day trip you may come across around 120 of these, while real enthusiasts may even hit the 250 mark. These flit between 1500 species of tree along with 1000 types of butterfly and 13 monkey species. From the top of the 37m high tree tower, get an awe-inspiring view of the region, before heading out at dusk to explore Oxbow Lake – home to the endangered black caiman. Night time is when the forest truly comes alive, with night hikes to discover an astounding world of insects and animals. Take time to visit the Sani community and the Kichwa people and let them show you how their traditions still shape their lives today.