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GALAPAGOS AGGRESSOR 3

Built to Lloyd’s Registry and American Bureau of Shipping Standards Galapagos has been an Aggressor Fleet destination since 1993. Galapagos Aggressor III is a 30m long steel ship, equipped with 4 Master and 4 Deluxe cabins for up to 16 guests. The cabins are fully air-conditioned and there is a spacious lounge with a separate dining area. An AV system, e-mail and telephone service are also available. Most of the  dives are done from a dive tender, allowing easy access to all the best sites. Nitrox is available and the dive deck features both a camera rinse tank and table. After diving, guests can warm up in the upper deck hot tub while viewing the spectacular Galapagos island Geographical topography.

 SPECIFICATIONS

SAMPLE ITINERARY

SCHEDULES 2015

SCHEDULES 2016

SCHEDULES 2017

DIVE SITES

GALAPAGOS AGGRESSOR 3 SPECIFICATIONS

Deck plan of the Galapagos Aggressor 3 Liveaboard showing level deck 4, level deck 3#, main deck and lower deck

TECHNICAL DETAILS

Length: 110 ft.

Beam: 24

Passengers: 22

Crew:  8

Twin diesel engines on all steel and aluminum yachts

Two or more generators, 110-208 ac voltage, each capable of supplying the yachts needs independently

Two SCUBA air compressors with cascade storage

Nitrox membrane system  with cascade storage

Watermaker with ample storage

Support dinghies with outboard motors for shore excursions and scuba diving

ONBOARD SAFETY

Hang bar for safety stops (where necessary)

Complete First Aid Kit and medical supplies

D.A.N. Oxygen System with 100% demand regulator

Automatic External Defibrillator (AED)

Fire and Smoke Detection Systems

Fire extinguishers and Fire Fighting Equipment

406 EPIRB – Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon

Life rafts & rescue craft

Life jackets equipped with lights and whistles for all passengers and crew

Full Complement of Safety and Rescue Equipment

Emergency flares

NAVIGATION

Radar

Magnetic Compass

Depth sounders

Global Positioning Systems (GPS)

COMMUNICATION

Multiple VHF radios

Long Range Single Side Band Radio

Satellite Phone (where necessary)

Satellite Email (where necessary)

ENTERTAINMENT

Shore excursions to cays and beaches (where available)

Snorkeling and scuba diving

Digital underwater photography

Entertainment center, featuring a TV, DVD, stereo player and an assortment of movies and books

OTHER AMENITIES

Partially covered sun deck with chaise lounges, complete wet bar, CD Stereo player, and hot tub *

BBQ grill area

Full-service galley, freezer, and refrigerator storage

Comfortable swim platform with (2) warm freshwater showers, fin storage and (2) water exit ladders

Dive deck with personal gear lockers for in-place air/nitrox fill stations, rinse tanks and camera table with low pressure air hoses

Scuba diving equipment rentals and complimentary “loaners” if your equipment malfunctions or is delayed

Weights, weight belts, 80 cu. ft. aluminum tanks with  standard  yoke valves

DIN adapters *

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GALAPAGOS ISLANDS

Galapagos is one of the most exciting destinations in the world. Guests will have the opportunity to dive with playful Sea Lions, travel to the famous Darwin and Wolf for thrilling diving to see Hammerhead Sharks, Whale Sharks, clouds of Tuna and much more. The scenic view of the Darwin Arch is as picturesque as you can imagine. The Galapagos Aggressor departs from Baltra every Thursday afternoon and are the perfect platform for a Galapagos diving holiday that you will remember for a lifetime.

 

Our goal is to provide you with the ultimate Galapagos Live Aboard diving experience. The Galapagos Aggressor offers a brand new itinerary in compliance with the Galapagos National Park regulations which requires companies with permits to follow the exact itinerary below. A maximum of four dives will be offered daily; two in the morning and two in the afternoon. In addition, two night dives and two land excursions per week will be offered.

 

The new diving areas added to the itinerary are: Bartolome Punta, Cousins Rock and Cabo Douglas. The Galapagos National Park grants approval for normal itineraries and accepts requests for special itineraries.

 

The following dive schedule provided is based on tides, currents, and weather conditions.

 •Thursday:  Baltra Airport, Afternoon Greeting by Crew, Bus Transfer to the Dock (Muelle) and Boarding. Welcome, and Orientation Dive at Punta Carrion at Itabaca Channel.

•Friday: 2 Morning dives; Punta Carrion (Santa Cruz Island) and Bartolome Punta.  1 afternoon dive at Bartolome Punta and hike to Bartolome Summit.

•Saturday:  January to May:4 Dives at Wolf; 2 morning, 2 afternoon dives.

 June to December: 2 morning dives, 1 afternoon and 1 night dive.

•Sunday: January to May: 2 morning dives at Darwin and 2 afternoon dives at Wolf.

June to December: 2 morning dives and 2 afternoon dives at Darwin.

•Monday: January to May:  5 dives at Cabo Marshall; 2 morning dives, 2 afternoon and 1 night dive.

June to December: 2 morning dives at Darwin; and 2 afternoon dives at Wolf.

•Tuesday: 2 morning dives at Cabo Douglas and 2 afternoon dives at Punta Vicente Roca.

•Wednesday: 1 morning dive at Cousins Rock. Wednesday afternoon arrive at Itabaca Channel. After lunch guests will disembark at 1 pm to go ashore for a private bus tour to see the beautiful Highlands of Santa Cruz Island. This will include Los Gemelos (The Twins, two enormous sinkholes), Scalesia Forest for a scenic view over Santa Cruz, a Tortoise Reserve to see giant tortoises, and Lava Tubes. After the hike, guests can walk through town, shop and visit the tortoise-breeding center Fausto Llerena at the Charles Darwin Research Station. Guests will have dinner ashore at a local restaurant of their choice (only meal not included in the cruise). The Galapagos Aggressor will move from Itabaca Channel to Puerto Ayora. At 10 pm the boat will depart for Baltra.

•Thursday: Guests will have a full breakfast then check out and depart to the Baltra Airport.

 

Itinerary is subject to change without notice.

 

Getting There, Passports & Visa Documentation:

The Galapagos Islands are located in the eastern Pacific Ocean, 605 miles (973 km) off the west coast of South America. The closest land mass is the mainland of Ecuador to the east (the country to which they belong). An overnight hotel stay is usually required and we recommend staying in Guayaquil prior to the trip. Guests board a charter Avianca flight from Guayaquil to Baltra on Thursday morning. (see flight schedule in Know Before You Go) Aerogal Airlines was recently purchased by Avianca Airline.

 

Visitors must have a current passport, adequate funds to support themselves, and a return airline ticket. US citizens require a passport that must be valid for 6 months from date of entry. It is the travelers’ responsibility to ensure they have the proper visa to travel into each country on his or her itinerary as well as for re-entry and return to their country. Since regulations vary by country, contact your consulate or embassy of your country for the requirement.

 

Arrival/Boarding/Departure:

Guests will be met by a crewmember in uniform at the Baltra Airport and transferred to the yachts. Guests will board Thursday at 1 pm. Diving on your Galapagos LiveAboard cruise begins Thursday afternoon through Wednesday morning. Guests will depart the yachts Wednesday after lunch for a private bus tour to the Highlands of Santa Cruz Island. Checkout is Thursday morning at 8 am after a full breakfast. Transportation is provided back to the Baltra Airport for the flight to the mainland.

 

Taxes & Fees:

All paid in cash. USD $100 Park fee, $10 Galapagos Visitor's Visa card.

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Start Date End Date # Days Type Booking details Deluxe Cabin Master Cabin
01-29-2015 02-05-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Dive the World 25% Off $5395 $5395
02-05-2015 02-12-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
02-12-2015 02-19-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
02-19-2015 02-26-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
02-26-2015 03-05-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Dive the World 25% Off $5395 $5395
03-05-2015 03-12-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
03-12-2015 03-19-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
03-19-2015 03-26-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
03-26-2015 04-02-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5395 $5395
04-02-2015 04-09-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
04-09-2015 04-16-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
04-16-2015 04-23-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
04-23-2015 04-30-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5395 $5395
04-30-2015 05-07-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
05-07-2015 05-14-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
05-14-2015 05-21-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
05-21-2015 05-28-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
05-28-2015 06-04-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
06-04-2015 06-11-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
06-11-2015 06-18-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5395 $5395
06-18-2015 06-25-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
06-25-2015 07-02-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5395 $5395
07-02-2015 07-09-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5595 $5595
07-09-2015 07-16-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
07-16-2015 07-23-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
07-23-2015 07-30-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
07-30-2015 08-06-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Aqua Lung Demo Week $5595 $5595
08-06-2015 08-13-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Jim Church Photography Cruise $5595 $5595
08-13-2015 08-20-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
08-20-2015 08-27-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
08-27-2015 09-03-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
09-03-2015 09-10-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
09-10-2015 09-17-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
09-17-2015 09-24-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5595 $5595
09-24-2015 10-01-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
10-01-2015 10-08-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
10-08-2015 10-15-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
10-15-2015 10-22-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5595 $5595
10-22-2015 10-29-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5595 $5595
10-29-2015 11-05-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Group 1 - Group 2 $5595 $5595
11-05-2015 11-12-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
11-12-2015 11-19-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5595 $5595
11-19-2015 11-26-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5595 $5595
11-26-2015 12-03-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5595 $5595
12-03-2015 12-10-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5595 $5595
12-10-2015 12-17-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5595 $5595
12-17-2015 12-24-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
12-24-2015 12-31-2015 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5595 $5595
12-31-2015 01-07-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5595 $5595

Note: Please do not book any travel arrangements until you have received your booking confirmation from us.

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Start Date End Date # Days Type Booking details Deluxe Cabin Master Cabin
01-07-2016 01-14-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
01-14-2016 01-21-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
03-31-2016 04-07-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
04-07-2016 04-14-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
04-14-2016 04-21-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
04-21-2016 04-28-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
04-28-2016 05-05-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group $5395 $5395
05-05-2016 05-12-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5395 $5395
05-12-2016 05-19-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
05-26-2016 06-02-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
06-02-2016 06-09-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
06-09-2016 06-16-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
06-16-2016 06-23-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
06-23-2016 06-30-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group $5395 $5395
06-30-2016 07-07-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group $5395 $5395
07-07-2016 07-14-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5395 $5395
07-14-2016 07-21-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
07-21-2016 07-28-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
07-28-2016 08-04-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
08-04-2016 08-11-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
08-11-2016 08-18-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Jim Church Photography Cruise $5795 $5795
08-18-2016 08-25-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
08-25-2016 09-01-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5795 $5795
09-01-2016 09-08-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
09-08-2016 09-15-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
09-15-2016 09-22-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
09-22-2016 09-29-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
09-29-2016 10-06-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Dive With the Owner-Wayne Brown $5795 $5795
10-06-2016 10-13-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
10-13-2016 10-20-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5795 $5795
10-20-2016 10-27-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
10-27-2016 11-03-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
11-03-2016 11-10-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5795 $5795
11-10-2016 11-17-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
11-17-2016 11-24-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
11-24-2016 12-01-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5795 $5795
12-01-2016 12-08-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5795 $5795
12-08-2016 12-15-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
12-15-2016 12-22-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
12-22-2016 12-29-2016 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
12-29-2016 01-05-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL

Note: Please do not book any travel arrangements until you have received your booking confirmation from us.

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Start Date End Date # Days Type Booking details Deluxe Cabin Master Cabin
01-05-2017 01-12-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
01-12-2017 01-19-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
01-19-2017 01-26-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
01-26-2017 02-02-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
02-02-2017 02-09-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
02-09-2017 02-16-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
02-16-2017 02-23-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
02-23-2017 03-02-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
03-02-2017 03-09-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
03-09-2017 03-16-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
03-16-2017 03-23-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
03-23-2017 03-30-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
03-30-2017 04-06-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
04-06-2017 04-13-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
04-13-2017 04-20-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
04-20-2017 04-27-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
04-27-2017 05-04-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
05-04-2017 05-11-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
05-11-2017 05-18-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
05-18-2017 05-25-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
05-25-2017 06-01-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
06-01-2017 06-08-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
06-08-2017 06-15-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
06-15-2017 06-22-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
06-22-2017 06-29-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5795 $5795
06-29-2017 07-06-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
07-06-2017 07-13-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra No Group Bookings $5795 $5795
07-13-2017 07-20-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
07-20-2017 07-27-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Dive With the Owner-Wayne Hasson $5995 $5995
07-27-2017 08-03-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra No Group Bookings $5995 $5995
08-03-2017 08-10-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Jim Church Photography Cruise $5995 $5995
08-10-2017 08-17-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra No Group Bookings $5995 $5995
08-17-2017 08-24-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
08-24-2017 08-31-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals - Group 1 $5995 $5995
08-31-2017 09-07-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra No Group Bookings $5995 $5995
09-07-2017 09-14-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
09-14-2017 09-21-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra No Group Bookings $5995 $5995
09-21-2017 09-28-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
09-28-2017 10-05-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
10-05-2017 10-12-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
10-12-2017 10-19-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Group 1 - Group 2 $5995 $5995
10-19-2017 10-26-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Group 1 - Group 2 $5995 $5995
10-26-2017 11-02-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
11-02-2017 11-09-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
11-09-2017 11-16-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Whole Group FULL FULL
11-16-2017 11-23-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5995 $5995
11-23-2017 11-30-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5995 $5995
11-30-2017 12-07-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5995 $5995
12-07-2017 12-14-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5995 $5995
12-14-2017 12-21-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5995 $5995
12-21-2017 12-28-2017 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5995 $5995
12-28-2017 01-04-2018 7 Baltra/Baltra Individuals $5995 $5995

Note: Please do not book any travel arrangements until you have received your booking confirmation from us.

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GALAPAGOS DIVE SITE IMAGES

GALAPAGOS DIVE SITE INFORMATION

Punta Carrion – This boulder strewn reef provides a superb introduction to some of the larger pelagics we expect to see in the Galapagos, including white tip reef sharks but also the occasional hammerhead and Galapagos shark. Sea lions are ever-present and there is the opportunity for some macro critter spotting with sightings of neon nudibranchs. The wall has an average depth of 15m (50ft) and mild- medium current is to be expected.

 

 Wolf Island - Named after the German geologist, Theodor Wolf, this extinct volcano reaches 253m (780ft) above sea level and lies some 160km (100 miles) northwest of Isabela Island. Land visits are not permitted however bird life, including red-footed boobys and vampire finch, may be spotted from the boat. For our dives here we choose from a selection of reefs and walls, most having typically medium to strong currents where the use of gloves and reef hooks is advised. Schooling pelagics are the main draw with sightings of hammerheads, white tips and Galapagos sharks at each site. During the season (May – November) Blue-Footed_booby_ Galapagoswhale sharks may also be seen here. Divers should also be on the lookout for red-lipped batfish, barracudas, moray eels and dolphins!

 

 Darwin Island - This extinct volcano reaching 165m (490ft) above sea level was named in honour of naturalist Charles Darwin. It is amongst the smallest island within the Galapagos Archipelago and like Wolf Island, no land visits are permitted. Perhaps the most famed dive site is “Darwin’s Arch” which provides an amazing drift dive along the wall at an average depth of just 9m. Medium to strong currents are to be expected but bring with them hammerheads, black tips, silky and Galapagos sharks – and in large numbers! Schools of jacks are a common sight, along with turtles, angelfish and moray eels. Occasional sightings of tiger sharks, manta rays and bottle nose dolphins make for a thrilling time spent here. Whale sharks may also be seen between May – November.

 

 Galapagos_iguana Douglas Cape – Situated on the northwest point of Fernandina Island, this wall dive, with an average depth of 20m (70ft), offers something truly spectacular and is now famed for the feeding marine iguanas that congregate here along with sea lions, fur seals and speedy penguins!

 

 Punta Vicente Roca – Alternatively known as “The Ice Box”, due to its chilling thermoclines, this point off the Northwest coast of Isabela Island offers a wall drift dive, along which mola mola can be spotted. The occasional Port Jackson shark may also be seen as well as the endemic Camotillo (White spotted sand bass).

 

 Roca Redonda – This underwater volcano, with its bubbling streams of natural gas (fumaroles) plays home to schools hammerheads sharks and barracuda. With typically strong, changeable currents and some down currents, the diving here is challenging, though with an average depth of 18m (60ft).

 

 Galapagos_mola_molaCabo Marshall –The craggy volcanic walls are covered with black coral bushes and the sheer variety of marine life is astounding. Sightings of manta, mobula and cownose rays are to be expected during the warm season (November – May). Meanwhile shark varieties include scalloped hammerhead, Galapagos and white tips. Let’s not forget the sea lions and turtles!

 

 Cousin’s Rock– One of the most photographically productive dives of the region, Cousin’s Rock is formed of coral covered rock and lava flow. Sea fans, hydroid bushes, red sponges and small hard corals encrust ledges and overhangs, sheltering hawkfish, nudibranchs, frogfish and seahorses. Plenty of larger visitors are also seen including giant manta and mobula rays, spotted eagle rays and hammerhead sharks. The wall drops beyond 30m (100ft) but rises up shallow to just 3m (10ft) providing an ideal spot to end your dive playing with the sea lions.

 

 Tagos Cove – On the west side of Isabela Island, opposite Fernandina Island, this shallow reef is an excellent late afternoon dive, where we have the opportunity to find seahorses, frogfish and long nosed hawk fish.

 

 Punta Albermale – Drifting along this wall on the north of Isabela Island, we stay at an average depth of 25m (85ft) to see manta rays, hammerheads, turtles, schools of barracuda and tuna

GALAPAGOS DIVE SITE MAP

Map showing scuba diving sites in Galapagos accessible with the Galapagos Aggressor 3 Liveaboard

GALAPAGOS DIVE SITE VIDEO

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GALAPAGOS AGGRESSOR 3