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Grand Queen Beatriz

Our new boutique expedition boat came into service on the 30th June 2018. Custom built, with a stylish modern design, ensuite bathrooms, outward-facing windows in all cabins (and private balconies in some), and a jacuzzi on the sundeck, the ‘Grand Queen Bea’ will be one of the newest boats operating in the Galapagos.

Features

Technical specifications

Length 30.20m
Beam 11.20m
Decks 3
Made in Ecuador
Built 2018 (competition)
Capacity 16
Crew 8
Guide 1 Multilingual naturalist guide
Speed 12 knots
Cruise speed 10 knots
Electricity 110v
G.T. 317
Life rafts 2 capacity 20 each
Zodiacs 2
Safety ISM, SMC, ISSC, IOPP, DOC

Cabin facilities

All cabins include:

  • Air conditioning
  • All linen
  • Ensuite bathrooms
  • Toiletries [soap and shampoo]
  • TV’s with on demand movies
  • Safety deposit box

Boat facilities

  • Sun deck and spa
  • Indoor and outdoor bar
  • TV/Lounge
  • Onboard gift shop
  • Snorkelling equipment
  • Wetsuits
  • Beach towels

 

Inclusions

All meals while on board are included as is 24 hour access to filtered water, tea and coffee. The Grand Queen Beatriz will offer a wild range of local and international wines, spirits and soft drinks. Drinks other than tea or coffee will be charged back to your cabin and settled at the end of your trip.

Room Types

Deluxe Balcony Suite

  • 2 cabins
  • 1 Queen and 1 twin/convertible Queen
  • 2 large picture windows
  • Private balcony
  • Located on the upper deck
  • Average cabin area 24.75 m2, bathroom 3.78 m2, balcony 4.1 m2

Junior Balcony Suite

  • 2 cabins
  • 1 Queen and 1 twin/convertible Queen
  • Picture windows
  • Private balcony
  • Located on the upper deck
  • Average cabin area 24.75 m2, bathroom 3.78 m2, balcony 4.1 m2

 

A Junior Balcony Suite on the Grand Queen Beatriz

 

Standard Cabin

  • 4 cabins
  • 1 Queen, 2 twin, 1 twin/convertible Queen
  • Picture windows
  • Located on the main deck
  • Average cabin area 24.75 m2, bathroom 3.78 m2

 

Deck Plan

Sun deck
Upper Deck Lounge
Bar
Dining
Sun Deck Dining
Bathroom

Trips on the Grand Queen Beatriz


TRIP CODE
IGMQG

GROUP TOUR from £7717 for 17 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- As you fly from Quito to the Galapagos Islands, located in the equatorial water of the Pacific Ocean, you will suddenly find yourself in a very different world.
- As you board your vessel, M.Y. Grand Queen Beatriz, and follow in the footsteps of Charles Darwin, you will encounter nature at its finest.
- Explore the islands from on deck, on foot and in the water, no doubt with your eyes open for your next unique sight.

TRIP CODE
IGMQH

GROUP TOUR from £2357 for 6 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- As you board your vessel, M.Y. Grand Queen Beatriz, and follow in the footsteps of Charles Darwin, you will encounter nature at its finest.
- Explore the islands from on deck, on foot and in the water, no doubt with your eyes open for your next unique sight.
- You'll encounter giant Galapagos tortoises, blue-footed and masked boobies, pelicans and frigate birds, as well as land and marine iguanas, sea lions, fur seals and perhaps dolphins, whales and sea turtles.

TRIP CODE
IGMDE

GROUP TOUR from £4498 for 17 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Quito is so much more than a gateway to the Galapagos. Misty mountain scenery, a heart-melting Old Town and world-class cuisine make this one of South America’s most dazzling destinations
- Snorkelling in the Devil’s Crown is like nothing else. This underwater volcano – full of sea lions, turtles and rays – boasts some of the best snorkelling on the archipelago
- This trip is one for the bird-lovers. Witness the albatross colonies of Isla Espanola and seek out the rare red-footed booby on Isla Genovesa

TRIP CODE
IGMQA

GROUP TOUR from £4342 for 10 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- As you board your vessel, M.Y. Grand Queen Beatriz, and follow in the footsteps of Charles Darwin, you will encounter nature at its finest.
- Explore the islands on deck, on foot and in the water, keeping your eyes wide open for the next unique sight.
- You'll encounter giant Galapagos tortoises, blue-footed and masked boobies, pelicans and frigate birds, as well as land and marine iguanas, sea lions, fur seals and perhaps dolphins, whales and sea turtles.
 
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