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Evolution
-- / 5.0
30 reviews

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Passengers
32

Crew
18

Passenger to Crew
1.78:1

Launched
2005

Shore Excursions
0
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Brittany Chrusciel
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Evolution Overview

Evolution, a cruise ship and expedition vessel, was built in Japan and sails seven-night itineraries in the Galapagos. The 32-passenger, 655-ton ship offers three suites, eight premium staterooms and five deluxe staterooms, all with private bathrooms.

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With 18 crew members, two naturalist guides, one doctor and one cruise director, sailings are 54 people onboard at maximum.

Passengers can visit a common lounge with a bar and facilities for lectures, slideshows and films. A sky lounge on Albatross deck features another bar and plenty of room for relaxation with a view. The ship has four decks -- Albatross, Beagle (main deck), Comorant and Dolphin. You'll find a Jacuzzi with lounge chairs for sunbathing and plentiful outside deck space at the bow of the yacht.

Inside and alfresco dining areas are available onboard, and breakfast, lunch and dinner are served buffet style.

For family cruises, Evolution's Kids Club organizes activities such as star-gazing and movie nights, and child-oriented guides provide tailored learning activities and keep kids' expedition journals. A PlayStation console is available in the library as well as a wide range of board games and movies for children. Children's menus are provided during family cruises.


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racheandbill
Sail Date: Apr 2019
My husband and I just finished the Footsteps in Time itinerary on the Evolution, and we could not be happier.... Read More
Carolmdanielson
Sail Date: Sep 2018
Quasar Expedition’s Evolution is a 16 cabin luxury yacht. We had the opportunity to spend 7 nights on this boat cruising the eastern Galápagos Islands.... Read More
LiveNSF
Sail Date: May 2018
We'd definitely recommend Quasar and the Evolution!... Read More
juliette1417
Sail Date: Feb 2020
I went on the same boat last October and booked again because every single aspect of the trip exceeded my expectations. The itinerary and staff ratio led me to book the first time, but the food, accommodations, and... Read More

Quasar Expeditions Fleet

Evolution
30 reviews

The 32-passenger expedition ship offers three suites, eight premium staterooms and five deluxe staterooms, all with private bathrooms; sails in the Galapagos.

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Grace
4.5 / 5.0
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The yacht -- named Grace after the princess -- offers two Master Suites, two Twin Suites and five Premium Staterooms of up 200 square feet with private facilities.

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