Aboard the Galapagos Sky, you can explore Darwin's living laboratory while luxuriating in all the creature comforts of a Peter Hughes Diving (TM) live-aboard dive cruise. Accommodations include eight private cabins with two twin or one king size bed, each with a window view or port light, private bathroom, mirrored cabinet and wardrobe, bathrobes, a hairdryer and toiletries. Galapagos Sky is fully air-conditioned and features a spacious lounge area, onboard video editing equipment, and fine dining including delectable wines and liquors. Two dive masters and up to two or three dives a day (plus land excursions) ensure that your voyage transcends into a treasured adventure.
✓ Terrific dive itinerary including Wolf and Darwin Islands
✓ Large dive platform and deck assistance
✓ Dive equipment and digital UW cameras for rent
✓ Hot towels after all dives and terrycloth bathrobes
✓ Nitrox fills available
✓ Carbon neutral operation
|Master Cabin (Jun 1 2019 – May 31 2020)|
|Deluxe Cabin (Jun 1 2019 – May 31 2020)|
• Non divers travelling on a live aboard with a diver are eligible for a 10% reduccion in the rate
• Divers must be at least 15 years old with proper training and experience.
• Full time students up to age 22 with proper identification are aligible to receive a $ 100 student discount
• Children 10 and older are allowed only if they are certified divers, If non divers children must be 16 year of age or older
• Package rentals include a Digital Cam for $35.00 per day
• Single supplement deluxe cabin 65% additional
• Single supplement master cabin 85% additional
✓ Cabin accommodation.
✓ All meals, snacks, beverages (including Beer and Wine with Dinner).
✓ Air or nitrox filled tanks.
✓ Weight belt.
✓ Up to 4 dives per day on 5.5 days for 7-night cruises/ 8.5 days of diving on 10 night cruises, 3 land excursions.
✓ Service of naturalist guides/ dive masters.
✓ Transfers in the Islands between airport and dock from flights arriving before 1:00pm (13:00), all other Galapagos Sky services and amenities.
⨯ Trip interruption or Cancellation Insurance.
⨯ $20 Transit Control Card
⨯ Galapagos National Park fee $100 (Subject to change)
⨯ Diver’s Accident Insurance.
⨯ International airfare to Ecuador.
⨯ Domestic Airfare to the Galapagos Islands
⨯ Hyperbaric chamber fee.
⨯ Nitrox course, dive gear equipment rentals
⨯ Underwater photo course or camera equipment
⨯ Gratuities to guides and crew.
|Year of construction:||2001|
|Length:||100fts / 30mts|
|Beam:||24fts / 7mts|
|On Board:||Main salon with audio/video entertainment center|
|Main engines:||2 Main engines Caterpillar 3408 500hp each|
|Max speed:||12 knots|
|Crew:||Captain, chef, 7 sailors, and 2 English-speaking naturalist guides|
|Safety & Navigation:||VHF and HI-SUB radios, GMDSS, color radar, echo sounder, Furuno GPS, (emergency position indicator radio beacon)|
San Cristobal Island: 1 Arrival in San Cristobal Airport and Transfer to the boat
San Cristobal Island: 2 Lobos Island
Bartholomew Island: 3 Bartholomew Point
Santiago Island: 4 Cousin's Rock
5 Wolf Island
|PM||6 Wolf Island|
7 Darwin Island
|PM||8 Darwin Island|
9 Darwin Island
|PM||10 Wolf Island|
Fernandina Island: 11 Cape Douglas
Isabela Island: 12 Vicente Roca Point
13 Pinzon Island
Santa Cruz Island: 14 Highlands
San Cristobal Island: 15 Gianni Arismendy Interpretation Center
San Cristobal Island: 16 Transfer to the San Cristobal Airport
Please note: Itineraries are unlikely to change significantly but are subject to change. Weather, wildlife breeding, instructions from the Galapagos National Park, specific abilities and interests of passengers as well as operational matters may cause your guide or captain to change the time or nature of visits. Your guide will always endeavor to select the best itinerary within these limits....
EC(VTA) - Mar-2020