Of the many small tourist-class motor yachts plying the Galápagos Islands, this new and spacious catamaran is one of the best, but also one of the most expensive. This boat carries a maximum of 16 passengers in eight double staterooms. The wood-floored cabins are a bit small, but they all have air-conditioning, which is not always the case with tourist-class yachts. And the intimate boat and excellent crew help compensate for the lack of space. Plus, when you're awake, you don't spend that much time in the cabins anyway. There's a large sun deck on the Sea Man II's uppermost level. This is a fully equipped dive boat, and scuba diving will run you an additional $80 (£53) per dive, with all equipment included.