National Geographic Gemini | Galapagos Expedition Ship

National Geographic GeminiNational Geographic Gemini

The National Geographic Gemini is a small, highly maneuverable expedition ship designed for exploring remote areas effortlessly. It accommodates a maximum of 48 guests on week-long voyages departing Fridays, offering a variety of larger suites, balcony staterooms, and different configurations for double, single, and triple occupancy. All staterooms face the ocean and include ample storage space, convertible beds, a sofa, desk, television, and a well-stocked mini-fridge. Bathrooms are spacious with glass-enclosed showers. Suite 601 on the upper deck is the largest, featuring a separate sitting area, a forward-facing balcony, a private Jacuzzi, a side balcony, and floor-to-ceiling windows.

Onboard amenities include a whirlpool hot tub on the upper deck, a fitness center and spa with windows, and an outdoor café on the lounge deck. Meals are served in the restaurant on the Marina Deck, and the ship features an open, windowed lounge for presentations and informal gatherings, complete with a large bar and a well-stocked library.

The National Geographic Gemini is equipped with a fleet of Mark VI Zodiacs, a glass-bottom boat, kayaks, and stand-up paddleboards, making it well-prepared for exploring the Galápagos Islands and marine reserve. It provides snorkeling gear for all guests, including shortie wetsuits. The ship offers an authentic Ecuadorian experience, featuring locally sourced farm-to-table and ocean-to-table meals, and is crewed by a dedicated and knowledgeable Ecuadorian team.

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