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You will be lead by experienced captains, attended by a friendly crew, and guided by professional multilingual naturalists and dive-masters. The comfortably furnished lounge and dining areas, as well as the seven double staterooms are spacious, bright and fully air-conditioned with individual temperature controls and cassette stereo systems.
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APROXIMATE PRICE CATEGORY
I
$ 2.000
II
$ 1.501 - $ 2.000
III
$ 1.001 - $ 1500
IV
$ 500 - $ 1.000

NOTES:

  • All rates are per person in U.S. dollars and subject to change without notice.
  • Send us an email and we will confirm the best price and suitable dates for your tour.
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ITINERARY
 
GALAPAGOS AGGRESSOR I & II ROUTE FOR 8 DAYS
Thursday AM: Arrival to san Cristobal - Lunch and Briefing
PM: Check out Dive at Playa Ochoa and welcome cocktail
Friday AM: Two Dives at Mosquera Island
PM: Hiking at North Seymour - Departing to Wolf
Saturday AM: Two dives at Wolf Island
PM: Two dives at Wolf Island
Sunday AM: Two dives at Darwin Island
PM: Two dives at Darwin Island
Monday AM: Two dives at Darwin Island
PM: One dive at Wolf Island
Tuesday AM: Two dives at Cousin's Rock
PM: Hiking and Swimming at Bartolome Island
Wednesday AM: One dive at Gordon's Rocks, and hiking exploration at South Plaza Island.
PM: Puerto Ayora- Visit to Charles Darwin Research Station.
Thursday AM: Check out and departure from San Cristobal
DIVES SITES ARE SELECTED BY THE CAPTAIN AND MAY VARY DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS AND LOGISTICS.
CONFIRM PORT OF DEPARTURE AND ARRIVAL PRIOR MAKING AIRLINE ARRANGEMENTS.
NOTES: Considering the changes in the flight schedules, weather conditions and National Park Regulations, we have included several alternatives to the visits offered to our passengers in the first and last day of the cruise program. The Guide will provide information about the final program.

We will not be held responsible for any refunds whatsoever for changes to the printed or scheduled itinerary

TECHNICAL
 
SPECIFICATIONS
 
  • Both built and in operation since 1992.
  • Enlarged and refitted in 2000
  • Capacity: 14 passengers and 9 crew.
  • Length: 100 ft . Beam: 22 ft .
  • Steel hull and superstructure built according to Lloyd's Register of Shipping approved plans.
  • Powered by two 350 hp turbo diesel engines and two 65 kw generators for continuous 24 hour operation.
  • 5,000 gallons fuel (diesel).
  • 10 knots cruising speed.
  • 1,500 miles cruising range.
  • Fully air-conditioned.
  • Equipped with GPS Satellite navigator, 2 Radar (24, 40 miles ), Sonar,VHF, SSB radio-communications, EPIRB, and satellite phones.
  • Fire alarm sensors and automatic extinguishing systems.
  • Defibilator, first aid and DAN oxygen equipment on board.
  • 30 U.S.C.G. approved life jackets, an inflatable oceangoing 12 passenger life-raft and two 10 passenger inflatables.
  • Large professionally arranged dive-deck-platform, with thirty- five 80 ft3 aluminum tanks. Individual preparation space and gear storage is assigned to each diver. Fresh water is plentiful on the dive platform for showers and rinse tanks for cleaning gear. Two camera tables, a battery charging station and an outside head are also avaiUnlimited compressed air, weights and belts are provided. Rental dive and photo equipment is available. We carry 2 powerful BAUER K-14 electric air compressors for quick refills and a state of the art Nitrox filling station.
  • Lounge area features a stereo laser disc music system, as well as a NTSC 25" color TV-Monitor with VHS video system and plugs for viewing your daily videos or films from our video library.
  • Fresh water: 2000/gal/day desalinization plant, 5,000 gallons storage.
  • Electric current 110/220 AC 12V
  • E-6 slide processing laboratory and personalized video available.






 

 
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