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Galapagos Aggressor III

Cabins & Layout

The Galapagos Aggressor III liveaboard is a member of the world-renowned Aggressor fleet. This dive boat is a 32m luxury yacht, offering dive cruises in the beautiful Galapagos Islands.

The Galapagos Aggressor schedules liveaboard cruises all year round. You can dive up to 4 times per day. It sure promises an exciting and memorable journey! Each trip includes 2 stunning night dives as well as 2 land excursions. Complying with the rules of the marine park, the Galapagos Aggressor III is playing a proactive role in the marine environment protection.

Maximum 16 diving guests are staying onboard. Indeed, with 9 crew members, the vessel will never feel crowded and the service will always be on point. The 8 cabins are well appointed: there are 4 Master staterooms and 4 deluxe staterooms. Each cabin comes with a private ensuite and has its own climate control, media player and hair dryer.

Boasting a large, partially shaded sundeck, the top floor will be the place to relax after the dives. Loungers, ahot-tub and bar service will keep you refreshed and allow you to enjoy the majestic sceneries of the Galapagos Islands. In addition, the food menu is excellent, offering a variety of American dishes as well as local dishes, it sure will meet even the highest expectations.

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Diving with the Galapagos Sky

Elevating your scuba diving experience to the next level is easily done with the excellent amenities of this Galapagos liveaboard. The dive deck is spacious and includes 2 showers, a camera table, rinse tanks, low-pressure air hoses, personal lockers and air or nitrox filling stations.

Boat Specifications

  • Year built: 1993
  • Last dry dock date: June, 2014
  • Last renovation date: June, 2014
  • Length / Width: 34 m / 7 m
  • Material: Steel
  • Capacity: 16 divers
  • Languages: English, Spanish

Itinerary of this Galapagos Liveaboard

Respecting the specifications of the Galapagos National Park, the Galapagos Aggressor III comes up with a brand new itinerary. Due to the creation of the marine sanctuary in March 2016, new regulations were put in place. As a result of those new rules, 32% of the waters around the Galapagos Islands will be protected from fishing.

While the following itinerary is now the standard among liveaboards, it is possible for the Galapagos Aggressor to provide a custom itinerary for Galapagos charter groups.

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Price & Schedule for the Galapagos Sky for 2016

First of all, the boat leaves on thursdays and comes back on thursdays. Also, the departure and return point is the same: Baltra.

  • All Meals, Beverages (non-alcoholic) and Snacks
  • Air Conditioned Vessel
  • Camera Table
  • Sun deck and shaded lounge
  • Showers on dive deck
  • Lounge/TV area
  • Complimentary bar service
  • Wi-Fi for a charge

Here are displayed the current rates. For more information, you may visit the Aggressor’s page.

Galapagos Aggressor III Deluxe Master
July 7, 2016 – July 6, 2017 $5795 $5795

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Recommended Requirements

It is advised to be an Advanced diver or to have equivalent experience. Indeed, the Galapagos can mean a lot of medium to strong currents, reduced visibility and colder waters. The requirements recommended by the Galapagos Sky are that you have : 50-100 logged dives, ability to enter small boats in choppy seas, ability to enter the water by back roll, ability to remove gear underwater, etc. Furthermore, you need to have experience and be comfortable with diving in currents and your buoyancy needs to be at point.

For more details on itinerary and requirements, please visit the Galapagos Aggressor III site.

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Testimonials & Reviews

So worth breaking the piggy bank for! My husband and I had an incredible cruise on the Aggressor! Of course, the Galapagos Islands are amazing. Everything they promoted happened… Galapagos Sharks, turtles, manta rays, schools of hammerheads, eagle rays, marine iguanas, and much more.

About the vessel, everything was great. Space and comfort with great cuisine. The crew is friendly yet very professional. The dive team is knowledgeable and were often educating us (very seasoned divers in their 40s!)! Anyways! The Galapagos Islands are stunning. I would also suggest that you discover mainland Equator… beautiful country with charming people and a colourful culture!


Edna & Jack Meester

The Galapagos Aggressor 3 is a great boat! Not as luxurious as I would have thought but all in space and comfort. All the operation runs smoothly and the crew is always helpful, all smiles. We slept well, ate great food and relaxed. As for the diving, the Galapagos Islands are definitely standing up to their reputation! Incredible adventure it was! Thanks!


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