Grand Daphne is a brand new ship that started sailing in 2021, making it one of the newest boats on the market.

With indoor and outdoor dining areas and bars, plus a sundeck with lounges, there are plenty of places to relax and enjoy time with your fellow travellers. All meals are included on the Grand Daphne. The lower deck cabins have portholes, while the main deck and upper deck cabins have large windows. Please note, all images are artist impressions.


Boat features

Classification Yacht
Total number of passengers 16
Total number of crew 9
Passenger to crew ratio 2:1 8 crew and one naturalist guide
Guide Naturalist guide
Regions Galapagos
All meals while on board
Sun deck
Indoor and outdoor bar
Air conditioned
Snorkelling equipment (masks, snorkel & flippers)
Beach Towels
You will be required to step from the rear deck into the zodiac & from the zodiac to a pier or wharf
You will be transported to the islands or sites by zodiac. A high level of agility & flexibility will be required to exit the zodiac during wet landings and sometimes basic piers/wharf.
Conditions that prevent your boating agility will be an impediment to your safety on this trip
Length 38.32m
Width 7.20m
Decks 3
Year built 2020
Built in Ecuador
Speed 12 knots
Electricity 110v
G.T 250
Zodiacs 2

Cabin features

Lower Deck Twin Cabin
4 Twin cabins
Porthole windows
Located on the lower deck
Air conditioning
Ensuite Bathroom
Lower Deck Double Cabin
1 Double cabin
Porthole windows
Located on the lower deck
Air conditioning
Ensuite bathroom
Upper Deck Twin/Double Cabin
2 Twin/double cabins
Large picture windows
Located on the upper deck
Air conditioning
Ensuite bathroom
Main Deck Double Suite
1 Double suite
Large picture windows
Located on the main deck
Air conditioning
Ensuite bathroom

Deck plan

Trips aboard the Grand Daphne

Trip Name Days From USD
Ultimate Galapagos: Central Islands (Grand Daphne)



Complete Galapagos (Grand Daphne)



Galapagos Adventure: Northern Islands (Grand Daphne)



Galapagos at a Glance: Southern Islands (Grand Daphne)



Absolute Galapagos (Grand Daphne)



Pure Galapagos (Grand Daphne)