Alya Catamaran

Alya Catamaran | Galapagos Cruise

Alya Alya
The Alya is a luxury-class mega catamaran built specifically to offer tours of the Galápagos Islands. She was designed and artisanally built in the shipyards of Guayaquil. The owner named Alexis Gordillo, and his family were part of the entire construction and decoration process. In 2021, this is one of the boats offering regular sailings, despite the pandemic, the Alya remains a popular choice among travelers looking to escape the city for the enchanted islands.

Deck Plans

Technical Specifications

  • Year of construction: 2017 / Guayaquil
  • Type: Luxury Motor Catamaran
  • Length: 105 ft (32 m)
  • Beam: 43 ft (13 m)
  • Draft: 5,6 ft (1.70 m)
  • Cruising Speed: 12 knots
  • Capacity: 16 passengers
  • Crew: 8 members + 1 bilingual guide
  • Engines: 2 Cumming Motors 350 HP
  • Water capacity: 2.500 gallons
  • Diesel capacity: 2.500 gallons
  • Electric Power: 110V and 220V
  • Accommodation:*Main Deck: One 205ft² / 19m² double cabin. Four 215ft² / 20m² double cabins with private balcony. Dining room and Lounge. Upper Deck: Four 172ft² / 16m² double cabins (all with private balcony).
  • Safety & Navigation: All equipment meets / exceeds the international safety standards
  • Life vests
  • GPS
  • Sonar
  • Naval radars
  • Fire detection and prevention systems.
  • Name: Galapagos Alya Catamaran


Galapagos Islands 6 day liveaboard tour West islands Alya Catamaran

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Itinerary C


- Excellent comunication - Amber Gough

Each detail of the Alya cruise was scheduled, communicated, and delivered just the way it was promised to us. Francisco was a great planner and communicator. To top it off, our adventure experiences were memorable and super exciting.

- Problems with solutions - Graeme White

Our luggage didn’t arrive with our international flight, and next day we had the flight to Galapagos. The crew helped us to buy some stuff, it was nothing short of great. We could enjoy the trip, the different activities in the itinerary, including hiking, kayaking, and snorkeling. Even better, after the days’ voyages, I would relax at the library enjoying a movie from a vast DVD collection. Our luggage arrived the last day of the cruise, but we had the necessary to enjoy every moment there.


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