Yvonne Mórtola is a Naturalist III guide (highest level) since 1984, having worked in almost all the tourism vessels in the islands. Multilingual, in German, English and Spanish.
After Highschool she studied in Hannover – Germany. She is a naturalist that has assisted field investigations with Dr. David Anderson (Wake Forest University, North Carolina) with masked boobies and albatrosses. She was the Public Relations Manager of Hotel Angermeyer from 1994 to 1996, managing and organizing tour groups, experience that allows her to keep coordinating tourist services to our clients.
In 1998, together with her husband, they created Sail’n Galapagos, where she has guided most of the private yachts that visit the islands through them. Her excellent work has been recognized by the Galapagos National Park, the Charles Darwin Foundation and other international organizations.
She is being trained in Marine Security, ISO norms, and constantly actualizing in management of groups and natural knowledge of the region, just as much as she is looking for excellency in guiding, regularly participating in trainings organized by the International Galapagos Tour Operators Association, World Wildlife Fund and the Galapagos National Park.
She founded the first sailing club in the Galapagos, looking to promote the ocean and its activities to the islands’ youth.
Currently, she manages the relations with the clients and yachts.