WHO SHOULD GO? The scuba diving enthusiast that wants to experience the crown jewel of all scuba diving trips.
WHERE IS IT? The Galapagos Islands aboard the Master Liveaboard, where the weather is fairly stable all year round with water temperatures ranging from 71-78 degrees Fahrenheit. Join us as we explore the waters of the Galapagos Islands and we sail through the different islands and take multiple trips throughout one day. Swim amongst sea creatures you thought you’d never see up close deep in the waters of the archipelago. Join our experienced dive master, Kevin Stuart, as he navigates you throughout the waters.
WHEN: September 18 – 25, 2017
ITINERARY: You will board on September 18, 2017 and you will disembark by 10am on September 25, 2017. You may be able to get a flight home the same day, but make sure you leave yourself plenty of time to make connections or we suggest spending the night in Guayaquil. We can arrange other tours for you from Guayaquil.
What: Some of the wildlife that you can expect to see and possible swim amongst includes hammerhead sharks, whale sharks, silky sharks, sea turtles, giant morays, and schooling fish in their thousands. You may also see giant manta rays, black-striped salemas, mola, hawkfish, frogfish, and even sea iguanas, too! You may even get the chance to see penguins and the playful sea lions. Check out the videos below to see what other divers were lucky enough to swim amongst!
Enjoy up to 20 dives amongst these locations:
- Punta Carrion
- Wolf Island
- Darwin Island
- Douglas Cape
- Punta Vicente Roca
- Roca Redonda
- Cabo Marshall
- Cousin’s Rock
- Tagos Cove
- Punta Albermale
Our boat for this trip will be the Deep Blue, built in 2004 and then refitted in 2014. The communal areas can be found on the middle level, which includes a spacious indoor lounge with cushioned bench seating and a plasma screen. This three-tiered beauty also comes with a complete cocktail bar, and indoor camera set-up station, and numerous charging points. On the upper level, feel free to bask under the sun on the sun deck. Dive equipment can be found on the aft deck of the lower level. Individual set up areas are provided with enough bench storage for all your personal items.
We encourage you to join us on this trip whether you are flying solo or have an adventure buddy with you. Each room comes with two beds. If you wish for privacy while traveling solo, you must purchase both beds in a room. Otherwise, all solo adventurers will be paired with an appropriate roommate.
- Upper Deck Cabin: $5050 per person rack rate was $5295
- Lower Deck Cabin: $4950 per person was $5195
Non-refundable deposit $1450Balance due by June 1, 2017
o Alcohol is approximately $2 / beer & wine. Spirit prices vary.
- Unlimited water, coffee, tea, and juices
- Tanks, weights, belts, and air fills with up to four dives / day with a total of 18-20 dives
- During the excursion, one of the day dives may be substituted for a night dive (weather permit).
- Transfer from domestic airport on San Cristobal to and from the boat.
- International airfare
- Domestic airfare from either Guayaquil, Ecuador or Quito, Ecuador
- Galapagos National Park fee - $100 USD payable at SCY
- Ingala visitors card - $20 USD payable in Guayaquil
- Recompression chamber fee - $35 USD payable on board
- Crew gratuity
- Full rental equipment set for the week - $175 (does not include computer for the week)
o $60 additional for computer for the week
- Nitrox for the week - $100