Origin – New First Class Cruise Ship in the Galapagos Islands

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Introducing the Origin — the newest first class cruise ship in the Galapagos Islands!

The Origin is an improvement over other first class vessels in the Galapagos as it is 50 percent more spacious, uses approximately 30 percent less fuel, is 30 percent faster, and provides the lowest crew-to-guest ratio to provide the premier cruise experience in the Galapagos.

CABINS

origin_kingThe Origin’s ten cabins have one large king bed or two twin beds. The beds are prepared with luxurious linens, memory-foam mattresses, and soft pillows and your cabin will stay pristine with twice-daily cleanings. Cabin amenities include: ample sectional closet, nightstand, seating area, modern d├ęcor with local art work, fine linens and towels, climate controls, Apple TV with pre-loaded movies, universal docking station, and safe deposit box. A light laundry service is also available. The private cabin bathroom includes a modern shower, two-flush toilet, sink, hair dryer, waffle bathrobes, biodegradable soaps, and shampoo.

DINING

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The Origin caters to the gourmet, with meals using locally sourced ingredients from sustainable providers. The dining room offers tables with space ranging from couples to large parties of 10. And of course, passengers can eat lunch outside on the sundeck. At the end of the day, passengers can enjoy the open bar.

FITNESS CENTER

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Even though the Origin is at sea, passengers can continue their normal workout. The fitness center contains: a treadmill, an elliptical, free weights, and yoga mats, and other exercise equipment. Or, if you just want to relax, you can slip into the Jacuzzi hot tub.

CREW

The Origin’s 13 experienced crew members, high-level captain, two expert naturalist guides, and a full-time concierge are all prepared to provide world-class service to you.

Please visit AWR’s web page containing more information about the Origin.

Book your Galapagos Islands cruise with AWR today!

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