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I had an alarming conversation with a yacht owner based in the Galápagos as we were finishing up this issue. To be honest, I hadn’t thought much about the island group during the pandemic, but his words were unequivocal: they need help. Tourism is everything to the Galápagos – yachting tourism, especially. What was set to be a bumper year, with dozens of superyachts stopping by on their way to New Zealand for the America’s Cup, has turned into one of the worst years imaginable for the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Checking AIS as we were going to press, I saw just one solitary sailing yacht heading for the islands. The future of this exceptional marine environment is under threat, now more than ever as a vast fleet of long-line fishing trawlers sits just outside its territorial waters. We’re currently looking into what more can be done, but there is an obvious way you can help protect the future of these very special islands: go there. They have reopened to tourism and the timing is perfect: the best time to visit is between December and May.

Stewart Campbell
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