Camila is the first trimaran to set sail in the Galapagos Islands. This super stable and spacious boat from a very experienced team was launched in 2019 to much acclaim. Very much in the luxury end of the market, this contemporary and custom built trimaran is an option excellent for those seeking refinement on their Galapagos Luxury cruise.

Further Information - The Petrel

Camila measures at a remarkable 125ft in length, and a width of 43ft, making Camila one of the largest of the smaller boats that cruises the archipelago. A beautiful and contemporary vessel, like most of the best Galapagos boats with varnished wooden floors.  The colour scheme is silvers, purples and whites throughout the ship. The boat also sails with a designated cruise manager to look after your every need.

Social areas aboard The Petrel

On the top deck there is a spacious partially covered sun deck with a very good sized jacuzzi and sun loungers. The boat also features an internal restaurant, an al fresco dining area, and an internal sitting area where the evening briefing take place.

Cabins on The Petrel

There are 8 cabins with a total capacity for 16 passengers aboard the Camila. Cabins are all ensuite with hot water, air conditioning, large windows and private balconies. Behind the bed on the wall is a large print of a Galapagos tortoise that may not be to everyone’s taste. Cabins can configured into doubles or twins.

Cost per person on The Petrel

Prices per person, based on two sharing a cabin are advertised at $3580 for 3 nights/4 days. For availability and special offers please get in touch.

The Petrel Charter price

To charter the ship for a maximum of 16 people the advertised cost if $53,440 for 3 nights/4 days.




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