Anahi Catamaran
Anahi

Anahi | Galapagos Cruise

The M/C Anahi is a Power Catamaran Yacht, built in Guayaquil, Ecuador, launched by the end of 2006 with high comfort standards for Galapagos islands cruising. With unparalleled stability, each cruise is guaranteed to be a restful and relaxed one. Initially built by Norwegian entrepeneur Hyetil Haugan and named the Athala, later on the boat was purchased by Hugo Torres and named Anahi after his daughter. Now the second generation of the Torres family is in charge. David the eldest son is a Galapagos park certified naturalist guide and is often found guiding on board. These personal touches make the Aanhi catamaran a favourite amongst nature avid voyagers. 

Galapagos Anahi Catamaran Infrastructure

The accommodation for sixteen voyagers is distributed amongst six 14m2 twin cabins on the main deck (2 transformable to double bed), and two 25m2 suite cabins on the upper deck. Every cabin includes large windows – portrait type – with a view of the ocean, beautiful wooden floor and cozy private facilities with hot/cold water shower, locker, closet and air conditioning.

Additionally, on the main deck, the yacht offers ample resting areas, library, TV-DVD room, comfortable dining room and lounge. On the upper deck, the yacht features a charming bar and an excellent area for relaxation, together with a hot tub for six people. On top of the bar area, we find the ample sundeck with resting chairs.

Anahi Catamaran Service

You will be attended by a Charming, helpful and experienced Crew of 8 well- trained staff members. We also provide a First Class Galapagos National Park Guide who fluently speaks English and Spanish. Guides on other languages such as German, Italian, French, are also available under request and for Galapagos charter departures of the ship.

Technical Specifications

  • Type: Motor Catamaran
  • Category: First Class
  • Build Year: 2006 | Guayaquil
  • Length: 90.50 ft / 27.60 m
  • Beam: 36.08ft / 11m
  • Capacity: 16 passengers
  • Main Engines: 2 x John Deere IMO 300 HP each
  • Electric System: 2 x 65 kW generators (IMO) (110v and 220v. AC)
  • Speed: 10 knots
  • Water Capacity: 3000gal plus water maker with a capacity of 1000 gal/day
  • Diesel Capacity: 2500 gallons
  • Material Construction: Fibre Glass
  • Interiors: Wooden flooring
  • Exterior: Teakwood flooring
  • Crew: 9 + 1 Galapagos naturalist bilingual guide
  • Navigation & Safety Equipment: Two 48 miles Radar; Echo sounder; GPS; VHF radio; Epirb; Magnetic compass; 2 Rigid life rafts for 15 passengers each; 30 SOLAS life jackets; fire & smoke detectors; complete fire system; 2 Zodiac rafts for 10 persons each. Inmarsat Satellite Phone.
  • Safety equipment complies with international Coast Guard regulations.
  • Accommodation: 12 passengers in 6 twin bed standard cabins on main deck and 4 passengers in 2 suites on the upper deck.
  • All cabins with private bathrooms, hot water and air-conditioning.
  • Boat Name: Galapagos Anahi Catamaran

Itineraries

Galapagos catamaran west islands vacation itinerary 8 days M/C Anahi

4 day wildlife tour in the Galapagos Islands on board the Anahi catamaran

Itinerary B

Rates

Cabin
Standard Cabin
Day 4
$2,720.00
Day 5
$3,350.00
Day 8
$5,350.00
Cabin
Suite Cabin
Day 4
$2,846.00
Day 5
$3,550.00
Day 8
$5,665.00
Cabin
Galapagos Charter Cruise
Day 4
$41,034.00
Day 5
$51,293.00
Day 8
$82,058.00

Reviews

- Interesting and fun - Nicholas Stanley

The crew and Manuel, our Galapagos National Park guide were amazing. They made the cruise interesting and fun for my entire family; regardless of age. Even the other retirees I met on the trip had a great time.


- A unique place - Jason Koen

At first I thought the cruise was expensive: but after what I experienced, I have to say, the Anahi Cruise exceeded my expectations. I’d love to travel again to Galapagos, there are too many things to see, it’s a unique place.


- Disfrutamos mucho - Andrea Jaramillo

Nos encantó el crucero en Anahí, es un poco pequeño, pero todo lo demás fue genial! Gracias a todas la tripulación y a Alejandro nuestro guía por esta experiencia.