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Diving in Galapagos
An abundant and exuberant marine life is there to see in one of our Galapagos diving cruises, choose one of our live aboard yachts and let us customize your Galapagos scuba diving travel experience. Safety is our priority and our team of certified Diving instructors and dive masters who are also Naturalist Guides of the Galapagos National Park and Marine Reserve will make sure to take good care of your while you enjoy your diving. You will be amazed by schools of hammer head sharks, colorful reef fish, giant turtles in the water and playful sea lions. Located 600 miles west of Ecuador this the number one destination for scuba diving lovers, see it by yourself and visit the Galapagos Islands.
M/Y Galapagos Sky is our Dive Liveaboard. The nine-person crew includes your captain, 2 dive instructors or dive master / naturalist, and 6 crewmembers on hand to ensure that your Galapagos voyage transcends into a treasured adventure. Radiant fish and bizarre animals emblazon the waters around the Galapagos and exhilarate divers and snorkelers.
The Aggressors are world renowned diving vessels part of the Aggressor Fleet, a cast or luxury live aboards exploring the world's most spectacular diving destinations since 1984. The 100-foot Galapagos Aggressor I and Galapagos Aggressor II are sister ships custom built and designed particularly for cruising the Archipelago of Galapagos.
The Humboldt Explorer is a new vessel, which began construction in August 2009 and will provide guests with exceptional amenities. All cabins are air-conditioned and have private bath and showers, an ocean view, flat screen televisions and can be arranged to provide 2 twin beds or one large bed depending on guest needs.
Our tours offer first-class Galapagos diving, food, and accomodation at a lower price than the Galapaogs live-aboard scuba yachts. With over 500 species of fish in the islands, 17% of which are endemic, there is a lot to see under the sea. At each of our dive sites you have excellent chances of seeing a variety of invertebrates, reef fish, eels, rays, sea turtles, and sharks.