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Galapagos Aggressor III Liveaboard

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Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

Galapagos Aggressor III Liveaboard Rooms

  • Deluxe Stateroom

  • Master Stateroom

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About Galapagos Aggressor III Liveaboard

Aggressor Fleet has mastered the art of blending scuba diving over 30 years with innovation, personalized service, professional staff, and safety with a vision of success. The staff of Aggressor Fleet turn simple services into life changing experiences for its guests.

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.

In March 2016, Ecuador created a marine sanctuary in the area of Darwin and Wolf that includes 15,000 square miles as off limits to all fishing to conserve the sharks that congregate there and the ecosystem on which they rely. 32% of the waters around the Galapagos islands will now be protected from fishing.

The Aggressor Fleet crew’s 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.

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