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The Galapagos Master is set to be the most eco-friendliest dive liveaboard cruising the Galapagos Islands.
She has 8 well-appointed modern cabins, a spacious interior and generous outside space for relaxation and dive gear preparation. The experienced crew of 12 is waiting to welcome you aboard and show you the best of the Galapagos, both underwater and on land.
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There are 8 twin cabins which, if needed, can be adapted into double cabins. All the cabins are en suite and have individually controlled air conditioning units as well as wall fans.
Route Description - Galapagos Master Itinerary
The Galapagos Master offers 7 and 10 night itineraries around the Galapagos Islands departing from San Cristobal. She will take you to some of the best dive sites where you will encounter Galapagos sharks, turtles, tuna, eagle rays, hammerheads and whale sharks being possible from June through to November.
The Galapagos Islands are located in the Pacific Ocean 605 miles off the west coast of South America. Ecuador to the east of the islands is the country the archipelago belongs to and where you will board your domestic flights to the Galapagos Islands.
Top Dive Sites
Punta Carrion: is a 12 to 28 metre dive where sightings of white tipped sharks, stingrays, eagle rays, turtles and sea lions are always seen.
Wolf Island: is a 12 to 28 metre dive that has 1 to 3 knots currents which attracts many schooling hammerhead sharks, marble rays, green turtles, eagle rays, silky sharks, groupers, octopus, wahoo, tuna, snappers and many more.
Darwin Island: is a 12 to 28 metre dive that has 1 to 3 knots currents and is similar to Wolf Island. Sightings include snappers, jack, turtles, whale sharks and the occasional manta rays and orcas.
Douglas Cape: is a 6 to 28 metre dive done with Galapagos penguins, marine iguanas, flightless comorants, sea lions, horn sharks, seahorses, creole fish, snappers and many more.
Please Note: Dive sites are selected by the captain and may vary due to weather conditions and logistics.