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Origin and Theory

 

 

These identical yachts have been designed to be among the most eco-friendly vessels in the islands. Their design is sleek and sophisticated and is matched by the highest levels of comfort and service.

Origin and Theory

Price from: £6,040 for 8 days

Origin and Theory are identical yachts, sleek and streamlined in appearance. Once on board you’ll be impressed by the sense of space and range of facilities.
Meals are served in the light-filled dining room which has windows on both sides. Other facilities include a boutique and a gym. The outside space comprises several sitting areas, some shaded and other in the sun. There are hammocks, loungers and day beds to recline on and a hot tub for indulgent soaks. The sun deck has its own bar and a barbecue. With all these social areas and a maximum capacity of 20, Origin will never feel crowded. T

The 10 air conditioned cabins are on the main deck. All have picture windows with ocean views. Beds can be configured as twins or a double and 2 cabins can accommodate 3 people. There’s room for a sitting area and each cabin will have a TV and DVD player, iPod dock and safe. The bathroom has a shower, basin, toilet, hair dryer, toiletries and bathrobes.

Origin and Theory key features

  • Extremely spacious motor yacht
  • Hot tub, gym and yoga facilities
  • Light, air conditioned, en-suite cabins
  • Huge sundeck with loungers, day beds and hammocks
  • Free use of kayaks, paddle boards, snorkelling gear and wetsuits
  • Explore in a glass-bottomed boat
  • Alcoholic drinks included
  • Extremely eco-friendly, minimal fuel consumption

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Itinerary A – 7 nights / 8 days

  1. SUN: Fly into San Cristobal. San Cristobal: Cerro Tijeretas and Kicker Rock
  2. MON: San Cristobal: Cerro Brujo and Punta Pitt
  3. TUE: Espanola: Punta Suarez and Gardner Bay
  4. WED: Floreana: Punta Cormorant, Devil’s Crown/Champion and Post Office Bay
  5. THU: Santa Cruz: Highlands and Charles Darwin Station
  6. FRI: Bartolome. Santa Cruz: La Bachas/Black Turtle Cove/Sombrero Chino
  7. SAT: South Plaza and North Seymour
  8. SUN: San Cristobal: Interpretation Centre. Depart San Cristobal

Itinerary B – 7 nights / 8 days

  1. SUN: Fly into San Cristobal. San Cristobal: Galapaguera and Cerro Colorado
  2. MON: Genovesa: Darwin Bay and Prince Philip’s Steps
  3. TUE: Santa Cruz: Las Bachas/Black Turtle Cove and Cerro Dragon
  4. WED: Fernandina: Punta Espinosa. Isabela: Urbina Bay/Punta Vicente Roca
  5. THU: Isabela: Elizabeth Bay and Tagus Cove
  6. FRI: Santiago: Puerto Egas. Rabida
  7. SAT: Santa Cruz: Charles Darwin Station and Highlands
  8. SUN: San Cristobal: Interpretation Centre. Depart San Cristobal

Itinerary – Central Galapagos 4 nights / 5 days

  1. MON: Fly to Baltra. Santa Cruz: Charles Darwin Station
  2. TUE: Santa Fe. South Plaza
  3. WED: North Seymour. Santa Cruz: Las Bachas
  4. THU: Bartolome. Santiago: Sullivan Bay
  5. FRI: Depart Baltra

Origin and Theory offer a number of specialist cruises for passengers interested in subjects such as cooking, yoga and photography

 

There are ten double staterooms, all located on beagle deck, and each covering 13 square metres. One (no. 8) is a double-bedded room, the others can be configured as twin or double rooms.

Two of the staterooms (no.s 3 & 4) can provide triple accommodation. Two other staterooms are interconnecting. All have individual air conditioning, picture windows, TV and DVD player, iPod dock, safe. closet, reading lights and a seating area. Each has a private bathroom with a shower, basin and toilet, full running water, and soap and shampoo.

Technical Specifications

Year of construction:2016 and 2019 respectively
Type:Motor yacht
Capacity:20 passengers
Accommodation:Ten twin/double cabins on the main (Beagle) deck, two of which can take an extra passenger. All are air conditioned, equipped with TV, DVD, iPod dock, safe, large windows and en-suite shower room with shower, toilet, hand basin, hair dryer and toiletries.
On Board:The main deck houses the library, gym and shop and outside there is a covered sitting area and Jacuzzi. The next deck, Darwin, has the dining room and lounge and a large shaded sitting area on deck. Above this on the large sun deck there are loungers and day beds and a bar. Both yachts carry kayaks and paddle boards, snorkelling equipment and wet suits. There is a glass bottom boat for marine life viewing.
Maximum speed:14 knots
Crew:Experienced crew plus two bilingual naturalist guides and one concierge

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