Dive the magical world of the Galapagos with the Aggressor Fleet onboard their premier liveaboard, which has been operating around the archipelago since 1993.
This 33 metre long boat accommodates up to 16 passengers in eight luxurious en-suite staterooms furnished with comfortable modern facilities. Cruises are scheduled to depart on a Thursday from Baltra for a seven night cruise taking in some of the world’s most magnificent dive sites. Custom designed and built for divers, facilities on board are modern and spacious with plenty of room for diving equipment and cameras.
The itinerary complies with the diving excursion regulations of the Galapagos National Park and offers up to 21 dives over five and a half days during each trip, all from tenders, including two days at Wolf and Darwin Islands and diving areas at Bartolome Punta, Cousins Rock and Cabo Douglas. The itinerary includes two night dives and two land excursions which are currently based on Santa Cruz island (including Los Gemelos, Scalesia Forest, Tortoise Reserve and Charles Darwin Research Centre). Here you will spend your last evening, where dinner is at your own expense (the only meal excluded from the price).
The Galapagos is considered to be a ‘shark Mecca’, and you can expect to encounter schooling hammerhead, silkies, Galapagos, reef sharks and many more. The arch of Darwin Island is considered to be one of the best places in the world to encounter whale sharks during their peak season (Jun-Nov). Encounter a unique combination of warm and cold water wildlife including the Galapagos fur seal, manta rays (Dec-May), turtles, marine iguanas, seahorse, flightless cormorants, penguins and enormous shoals of fish. Nitrox is available.
Diving in the Galapagos can be strenuous due to its currents and surge, varying water temperatures, limited visibility and diving from tenders. The trips are ideal for intermediate and advanced divers with a minimum of 100 logged dives. The boat provides 12L tanks with yoke (INT) valves, no DIN. A 5-7mm hooded wetsuit and gloves is recommended as there is a mix of warm and cold water diving. Nitrox is available for an additional fee.
Local payments in cash include a USD100 Galapagos Park Fee, Chamber Fee of USD35 and USD20 for a visitors permit.
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The Galapagos Islands are a must for all experienced divers. Encounter silky, Galapagos, hammerhead and whale sharks from the comfort of a liveaboard, and come face to face with unique wildlife topside.