Galapagos Motor Yacht Deep Blue

The Deep Blue is a large, comfortable vessel with spacious cabins and plenty of space for 16 divers. Built in 2002, it is also one of the newest diving vessels in the archipelago. With two camera tables and a huge rinse tank, underwater photographers will be very happy. The Deep Blue offers accommodation for sixteen passengers in eight double cabins with lowers beds, a private bathroom, and air conditioning. There is also one suite. With comfortable air-conditioned social areas, a sun deck, and a salon, the Deep Blue provides a comfortable setting for you to enjoy an unforgettable Galapagos diving experience.

Itinerary Saturday to Saturday
Day 1: Arrival San Cristóbal - Isla Lobos (1 dive)
Day 2: Punta Carrion (2 dives) - Punta Carrion (1 dive)
Day 3: Darwin (2 Dives) - Darwin (1 dive)
Day 4: Darwin (2 Dives) - Darwin (1 dive)
Day 5: Wolf (2 dives) - Wolf (1 dive)
Day 6: Punta Vicente Roca (2 dives) - Punta Vicente Roca (1 dive)
Day 7: Cousins Rock (2 dives) - Santa Cruz Highlands (El Chato) and Darwin Research Station
Day 8: Interpretation Center, San Cristóbal - Departure
Departures every Saturday

    SEASON FROM TO Share twin RATES (in US Dollars)
    Lower Deck Upper Deck
    LOW SEASON 1 Jan 2012 31 May 2012 $3,995 $4,095
    HIGH SEASON 1 Jun 2012 31 Dec 2012 $4,295 $4,545

    Guaranteed Single Cabin Supplement: 75%
    Gálapagos Park Entry* USD100 adult and Migration Card* USD10 per person not included and payable locally in cash

    Galápagos Cruise Fuel Surcharge*: USD000 adult per cruise

    Airfare*not included:
    Quito-Galapagos-Quito $569 adult; Guayaquil-Galapagos-Guayaquil $519 adult.

    *Note: Galápagos Park Entry fees, Migration Card, Cruise Fuel surcharge and airfares are subject to change without prior notification.
    Furthermore, it should be noted that supplements can be imposed by suppliers post-booking.

    What's included:
    All meals, snacks, soft drinks and local beer from lunch on arrival to breakfast on departure; services of diving master and naturalist guide; diving compressed air tanks; weights; weight belts.

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