NEW BOAT: Released in september 2020
7 NIGHTS/8DAYS:  Up to 4 dives daily
BEST DATES FOR BIG PELAGICS:  Our VIP trip is October 8th to 15th 2022 
( Ask us if you are interested in other dates or liveaboard)

The NEW, elegant & spacious Galapagos luxury liveaboard
The state-of-the-art Galapagos luxury liveaboard released in September 2020, 

All luxury staterooms & suites

8 air-conditioned  luxury staterooms. All  6 staterooms are located on the main deck and 2 suites are located on the lower deck. All  have windows to maximize views of the renowned Pacific Ocean and Galapagos Archipelago. In addition, each stateroom  or suite has twin beds that can be converted to comfortable queen beds for couples, and include private bath and shower facilities, dressers, and closets.

Main deck

When not dreaming about whale sharks and their next dive, guests can enjoy the air-conditioned salon on the main deck, furnished with dining tables and TV/lounge area or have a “siesta” in  their luxury stateroom located on  this deck.

Lower deck

The Lower Deck comprises 2 suites, each with private bath and shower, air-conditioning, port windows and ample storage.

Sun deck

Partially covered sun deck with a jacuzzi and ample seating. Sunning and viewing areas on the top deck offer ample seating and a hot tub where you can regale stories of hammerheads from your day. This contemporary liveaboard is equipped with all amenities avid divers could need.

Diving deck & Safety dives
The dive deck is expansive and outfitted with individual gear bins, air, and nitrox filling stations, tank racks, and a separate fresh water rinse tank for underwater camera equipment. Photographers and videographers will also be delighted with the dedicated camera table and recharging stations. 

Safety dives. High standard for dive safety and all dives are conducted from two large pangas (tenders), easily boarded from the deck. Plus, its equipped with a satellite telephone for emergency calls worldwide 2 life rafts, life rings/strobes, life vests/strobes, emergency position locator, flares, oxygen and first aid equipment.


Days aboard a Galapagos diving liveaboard generally involve a 6:30am dive followed by breakfast, a dive at 10:30am, lunch at 12:00pm, and afternoon dives at 2:00pm and 4:30 pm (On days with long transits between islands, the number of dives will be reduced to 2-3 dives – see itinerary). Dinner is served at approximately 7:00 p.m. Under current National Parks guidelines, night dives and land visits are strictly regulated. The Galapagos luxury liveaboard must follow the schedule of islands and land tours as noted below.Please note that  itinerary is an example only, and will change depending on local regulation, weather and logistics at the Captain’s discretion. Currently, each week the itinerary includes the same islands. The order of the island visits, however, is dictated by the Galapagos National Park and may vary weekly.  Sample itinerary:

Saturday: Baltra (1 Check Out Dive at Punta Carrion). Guests fly to the Galapagos Islands from Mainland Ecuador, arriving in the late morning. The dive guides will meet the guests at the airport between 11:30 am and 12 pm and escort them to the Galapagos luxury liveaboard, Guests will board the vessel, have lunch and listen to the briefings. After the briefings, the guests will do a check out dive at Punta Carrion. After dinner the vessel will depart to the next scheduled destination.
Sunday: Baltra North 
(2 Dives), 
6:30 and 9:30 dives.
Sighting often  include rays and schools of fish. Afternoon North Seymour land visit.Walk the path around North Seymour Island to see the large colonies of Blue Footed Boobies and Frigate Birds.Sighting of Sea Lions and Marine Iguanas are also common. Depart for Wolf Island (long transit).
Monday: Wolf Island
 (4 Dives)

6:30, 10:30. 2:00 and 4:30 dives. Possible night dive. 
Sightings often include hammerheads, whale shark (in season), eagle rays, sea lions, Galapagos sharks and silky sharks.
Tuesday: Darwin Island (4 Dives)
6:30, 10:30, 2:00 and 4:30 dives. Sightings often include hammerheads, whale sharks (in season) eagle rays, Galapagos sharks and silky sharks. Transit to Wolf Island.
Wednesday:Wolf Island (3-4 Dives) 6:30, 10:30, 2:00and 4:30dives.Sightings often include hammerheads,whale sharks (in season), eagle rays, Galapagos sharks and silky sharks.Transit to Cabo Douglas (12 hours).
Thursday: Cabo Douglas (1-2 Dives)Punta Vicente Roca (1-2 Dives)
Sightings often include marine iguanas. 
Transit to Punta Vicente Roca
Sightings often include mola mola, turtles and macro life. Transit to Cousins Rock (10 hours).
Friday: Cousins Rock (2 Dives).
6:30 and 9:30 dives. 
This is a great macro diving with an excellent chance of seeing sea horses, sea lions and eagle rays.Lunch will be served while transiting to Santa Cruz (3 hours).Travel by bus to the Santa Cruz Highlands to visit the giant tortoises in their natural habitat. Transfer to the town of Puerto Ayora. Dinner on your own in Puerto Ayora.  Return to the liveaboard at 8:30pm.
Saturday: Baltra
Depart the vessel by 9 am. Transfer to the airport.

Optional: Main land trips before or after liveaboard.

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