Go there in comfort and style
Taking a dive cruise to the Islands of Wolf and Darwin is definitely on the wish list of almost any diver. Here we can offer you 5 different boats that will take you there in comfort and style to fulfil your diving dream.
As you probably know the northern islands are famous for the the large schools of Scalloped Hammerheads (hundreds), the Whale Sharks (June – Nov), Manta Rays (Oct – Dec), Dolphins, Galapagos Sharks, Silky Sharks, Mola Mola, White Spotted Eagle Rays and much much more. So please take a look at each boat and what it has to offer, the pictures and the rates, and let us know which ones interest you the most. Whale Shark season is the first to fill up, so please plan ahead, 1-2 years to avoid disappointment.
8 well-appointed modern cabins, a spacious interior and generous outside space.
The 16-passenger ship provides 8 air-conditioned rooms.
Premier Galapagos Liveaboard dive yacht since 1993.
All boats advertise their rates assuming you will bring your own equipment. If you do not have it, or don’t want to bring it everything is available for hire. The boats charge between $200-$300 per week for full equipment hire (no computer), we also have dive equipment for rent at special prices for customers who book their cruises through us.
All the live aboard companies have flight spaces available for all of their customers. Due to the ever changing airline rates there is no set price, but please contact us for a quote. Transfers in Galapagos to and from the airport are included in the service.
Charters are also available if you have something special to celebrate or would just like to go with your family or friends. Get together with your local dive club, you just need 14 – 16 to make some great savings. Special offers are available on each boat for group bookings, so please ask us.
Some of the companies still offer last minute prices for these cruises if you book a week or 2 before departure. Whale shark season is very nearly impossible, though there are last minute cancellations occasionally. During the off season they are a little easier to find, so if you have some time or decide last minute this is what you want to do in Galapagos. Contact us and you never know your luck!!