Galapagos Aggressor I & II are 85-foot luxury yachts custom-built and designed for cruising the Galapagos archipelago. There are seven air-conditioned staterooms, each with two berths. All staterooms feature private bathrooms, air-conditioning, cassette stereo systems and port windows.
The salon is attractively furnished and perfect for relaxation. There is a complete entertainment center with large screen television, VCR, CD stereo equipment, and a well-stocked library of books and magazines.
The dining area is separate, and has large picture windows for views. The large dive deck has a dive station and a locker for each diver. Camera table, bathroom, freshwater shower, and dive briefing area complete the dive deck.
Soak up some sun on one of two spacious sun decks with deck chairs and chaise lounges. Level three is a partially covered deck for those who prefer shade and a good book.
Level four is all sun with built-in seating areas and a spectacular view. For underwater photography, there is rental gear, E-6 processing and onboard photo professional. Due to cooler water temperatures and strong currents, the diving conditions in Galapagos may not be suitable for beginner divers.
Throughout the week, you will encounter a spectacular array of animal and plant species, many found no where else in the world. Penguins, marine iguanas, sea lions, golden rays, mantas and turtles are just of a fraction of the marine creatures you will see at dive sites off Seymour, Santiago, Santa Cruz, Darwin and Wolf Islands. Galapagos is best know for its pelagics such as dolphins, pilot whales and sharksólots of sharks! These rocky islands are a magnet for sharks such as silky, Galapagos, white-tip and hammerhead by the hundreds. Whale sharks are also frequently encountered on Galapagos Aggressor charters. On land excursions, you will discover giant tortoises, blue-footed boobies and flamingos, while an experienced naturalist helps interpret the unique ecosystems.
|06Jan 2011 - 07Jun 2012
||Accommodation in a Master double/twin share cabin for 7 nights including tanks, weights, round trip transfers on day of charter, all meals, snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, local beer and wine. Does not include $100 Park Fee, $10 Galapagos Visitor's Visa, Airport departure tax: $28 Guayaquil - $44 Quito, Nitrox fills and dinner on final evening.
|06Jan 2011 - 07Jun 2012
||Accommodation in a Deluxe double/twin share cabin for 7 nights including tanks, weights, round trip transfers on day of charter, all meals, snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, local beer and wine. Does not include $100 Park Fee, $10 Galapagos Visitor's Visa, Airport departure tax: $28 Guayaquil - $44 Quito, Nitrox fills and dinner on final evening.
|Prices are guideline only - subject to change without notice|