- World-class liveaboard diving to famous Galapagos Islands to see schooling hammerheads, whale sharks, mantas, Galapagos sharks, marine iguana and an abundance of fish
- Swarms of fish so big and dense, you won’t see ground nor sky anymore
- Dives around Wolf and Darwin island
- Great underwater photography opportunities
- Small diving groups, 4-5 divers per dive guide
- Hot tub and spacious sun deck
- Emails and phone available by onboard satellite system
- Diving done from dinghies
- Nitrox, equipment rental and dive courses available
- Land excursions/wildlife tours included
THE LIVEABOARD GALAPAGOS AGGRESSOR III IS THE PERFECT PLATFORM FOR YOUR DIVING HOLIDAYS IN GALAPAGOS, A DIVE EXPERIENCE TO REMEMBER ALL YOUR LIFE
Exploring the Galapagos aboard the sturdy liveaboard Galapagos Aggressor III is among the most exciting dive adventures in the world. The crew has been on the boat for many years and the captain has been on the boat for 17 years, knowing the boat and the Galapagos Islands like the back of his hand. So you can be assured that you will always be accompanied by professionals to make sure that you can savely enjoy the spectacular diving in the Galapagos.
Guests will have the opportunity to dive with playful sea lions, travel up North to the famous Darwin and Wolf islands for thrilling dives with large pelagics, Hammerhead Sharks, Whale Sharks, clouds of Tuna and much more. The scenic view of the Darwin Arch is as picturesque as you can imagine.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
A marine safari aboard the 33m (100 ft). liveaboard Galapagos Aggressor III will be the dive adventure of a lifetime in which divers are transported in comfort, safety and stability. It does not matter if you go to Galapagos between June and November when the water is cooler at 60-75F, 16-24C and the probability of whale shark sightings are greater or if you go between December and May when the water is warmer and clearer at 70-86F, 21-30C and you will most likely dive with larger schools of hammerhead sharks, manta rays and eagle rays – the diving is always going to be spectacular.