Floreana Island (Galapagos)

Cruise Port schedule, map, terminals, news

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Region
South America - Galapagos

Coordinates
-1.28723 S, -90.42717 W

  Port Map

Floreana Island is one of the Galapagos Islands, named after the first president of Ecuador, Juan Jose Flores, during whose administration the government took possession of the Galapagos archipelago. It was previously named Charles Island (after King Charles II of England), as well as Santa Maria after a caravel of Columbus. Floreana Island has an area of 173 sq.kilometres (67 sq.miles) and was formed by a volcanic eruption. Its highest point is Cerro Pajas (640 m / 2,100 ft), which is also volcano's highest point like most of the smaller isles of Galapagos.

Points of interest include “Devil's Crown”, a favorite dive and snorkeling site, located off the northeast point of the isle. It is an underwater volcanic cone which offers the opportunity to snorkel with passages of fish, sharks, sea lions and sea turtles. At Punta Cormorant, a green olivine beach is expecting cruisers who wish to see sea lions, flamingos, sea turtles, and Grapsus grapsus crabs. Green sea turtles and pink flamingos nest from December to May. The "joint footed" petrel is also here, spending most of its lifetime away from land.

Popular Floreana Island shore excursion destinations are:

  • Post Office Bay
  • Punta Cormorant

Highlights: Post Office Island, green sea turtles, wading birds

Floreana Island cruise terminal

Cruise ships to Floreana Island dock (anchor) at Puerto Villamil - a small port village on the southeastern edge of Isabela Island (aka Isla Isabela).

The Floreana Island cruise port map is interactive. It shows the port's exact location, along with the real-time cruise ship traffic (if any) in its vicinity - today, and right now. By zooming-out you can see other cruise ship ports located near Floreana Island, Galapagos.

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Port Floreana Island cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Floreana Island, Galapagos. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

  1. January, 2017
Day Ships in port
Monday
2 January, 2017
MS Grace(arriving at 02 Jan - departing at 02 Jan)
Thursday
5 January, 2017
National Geographic Endeavour(arriving at 05 Jan - departing at 05 Jan)
Friday
6 January, 2017
National Geographic Endeavour(arriving at 06 Jan - departing at 06 Jan)
Sunday
8 January, 2017
National Geographic Islander (arriving at 08 Jan - departing at 08 Jan)
Tuesday
10 January, 2017
Celebrity Xpedition(arriving at 13:00 - departing at 20:00)
Wednesday
11 January, 2017
Silver Galapagos(arriving at 11 Jan - departing at 11 Jan)
Friday
13 January, 2017
Estrella del Mar(arriving at 13 Jan - departing at 13 Jan)
Saturday
14 January, 2017
National Geographic Endeavour II(arriving at 14 Jan - departing at 14 Jan)
Sunday
15 January, 2017
National Geographic Islander (arriving at 15 Jan - departing at 15 Jan)
Thursday
19 January, 2017
Monserrat(arriving at 19 Jan - departing at 19 Jan)
Friday
20 January, 2017
Yolita II(arriving at 20 Jan - departing at 20 Jan)
Saturday
21 January, 2017
National Geographic Endeavour II(arriving at 21 Jan - departing at 21 Jan)
Sunday
22 January, 2017
National Geographic Islander (arriving at 22 Jan - departing at 22 Jan)
Monday
23 January, 2017
National Geographic Islander (arriving at 23 Jan - departing at 23 Jan)
Tuesday
24 January, 2017
Celebrity Xpedition(arriving at 13:00 - departing at 20:00)
Wednesday
25 January, 2017
Silver Galapagos(arriving at 25 Jan - departing at 25 Jan)
Friday
27 January, 2017
Estrella del Mar(arriving at 27 Jan - departing at 27 Jan)
Saturday
28 January, 2017
MV Isabela II(arriving at 28 Jan - departing at 28 Jan)
Sunday
29 January, 2017
National Geographic Islander (arriving at 29 Jan - departing at 29 Jan)