Dive the Best of Galapagos With a Small Group of Reef-Friendly Divers!
Why we love it
Join other SeaCrush members on this once-in-a-lifetime dive trip!
We'll do 19 dives over 7 days on the best sites of the Galápagos archipelago. May is an excellent month to go as it's peak hammerhead time and also manta rays season! We'll get to see big schools of hammerheads at Darwin's Arch, Galápagos sharks and eagle rays at Wolf Island, giant manta rays at Cabo Marshall, schooling fish in their thousands, Galápagos endemic sea iguanas, speedy penguins, and sea lions. With only 16 divers onboard and 11 dives at Darwin and Wolf, this is the best value and friendliest liveaboard in Galápagos!
The liveaboard is committed to Green Fins guidelines for responsible diving and provides ecological soap and shampoo on board.
Who is it for?
For passionate experienced divers. Strong currents attract the pelagic, this is why most sites are challenging. Minimum of 50 logged dives required.
7 nights cruise, in a twin shared accommodation basis with en-suite bathroom and air-conditioning. Upper and main deck cabins available for a little extra - ask us.
All meals (international and Ecuadorian dishes, served in buffet style). Vegetarian or special meals are available on demand.
Water, coffee, and tea
Weights, belts, and scuba safety equipment (personal marine rescue GPS, storm whistle, diving beacon, and surface marker buoy)
Transfers in Guayaquil or Quito if the flight has been booked with the dive cruise company (ask us)
All transfers in the Galápagos (airport-yacht-airport), and one land excursion the day of arrival, provided you book the local flights we recommend you (ask us)
What's not included?
Additional fees, payable locally: $100 (about ... EUR) Galápagos National Park Tax, payable on arrival in Galápagos and $20 (about ... EUR) Ingala Transfer Card, payable on arrival at Guayaquil or Quito Airport