Deep Blue

Both, a first-class live-aboard diving and naturalist cruise yacht.  8 day dive or naturalist cruise options. 16 pax. 

Both, a first-class live-aboard diving and naturalist cruise yacht.  8 day dive or naturalist cruise options. 16 pax. 

There is more than enough space onboard for all passengers and crew, with large and comfortable social areas like the sun deck, saloon, and the attractive dining area.

Built in 2002, the Deep Blue is a large, comfortable vessel with spacious cabins and plenty of space for 16 divers, with large and comfortable social areas like the sun deck, saloon, and the attractive dining area. Underwater photographers will be thrilled to find the two camera tables and a huge rinse tank.

The Deep Blue enjoys comfortable air-conditioned social areas, a sun deck and a salon – in short, the Deep Blue affords a comfortable setting for you to enjoy an unforgettable Galapagos experience.

Deep Blue Cabins

You can find 8 double cabins to accommodate all 16 passengers. All rooms have a private bathroom equipped with hot water and air conditioning.

The cabins are divided into 8 double cabins with lower beds, and each of these quarters having with a private bathroom with hot water and air conditioning.  There is one suite available.

Exterior

Interior

Itinerary

Monday

Morning: San Cristobal Island
Arrival in airport and transfer to the boat. Briefing onboard about the boat and the island.

Evening: San Cristobal Island: Isla Lobos
This small island is named after the sea lions that rest and play on its rocky shores.

Tuesday

Morning: Santa Cruz Island - Carrion Point
A lagoon with beautiful turquoise water where you can see a variety of fish, rays and white-tip reef sharks.

Evening: Santa Cruz Island - El Chato
A reserve in the highlands where you have the opportunity to observe the giant tortoise in the wild.

Wednesday

Morning: Darwin Island
Diving at Darwin is overwhelming as the water it is thick with hammerheads and large schools of fish.

Evening: Darwin Island
Diving at Darwin is overwhelming as the water it is thick with hammerheads and large schools of fish.

Thursday

Morning: Darwin Island
Diving at Darwin is overwhelming as the water it is thick with hammerheads and large schools of fish.

Evening: Darwin Island
Diving at Darwin is overwhelming as the water it is thick with hammerheads and large schools of fish.

Friday

Morning: Wolf Island
Schools of hammerheads meet up with barracudas and eels to offer the diver a spectacular view.

Evening: Wolf Island
Schools of hammerheads meet up with barracudas and eels to offer the diver a spectacular view.

Saturday

Morning: Wolf Island
Schools of hammerheads meet up with barracudas and eels to offer the diver a spectacular view.

Evening: Wolf Island
Schools of hammerheads meet up with barracudas and eels to offer the diver a spectacular view.

Sunday

Morning: Santiago Island - Cousin's Rock
A great wall dive site for seeing a forest of black juvenile corals, seahorses, hammerheads, rays, etc.

Evening: Santa Cruz Island - Charles Darwin Station
An organisation that provides scientific assistance to ensure the proper preservation of the Galapagos.

Monday

Morning: San Cristobal Island - Interpretation Center
A series of interactive exhibits providing information about the history and biodiversity of the Galapagos.
San Cristobal Island
Transfer to the Airport.

Monday

Morning: San Cristobal Island
Arrival in airport and transfer to the boat. Briefing onboard about the boat and the island.

Evening: San Cristobal Island - Interpretation Center
A series of interactive exhibits providing information about the history and biodiversity of the Galapagos.

Tuesday

Morning: Española Island - Gardner Bay
Gardner Bay has a magnificent beach with turquoise waters. The bay is home of a large colony of sea lions.

Evening: Española Island - Suarez Point
Suarez Point is one of the most outstanding wildlife areas of the archipelago.

Wednesday

Morning: Floreana Island - Post Office Bay
A white-sand beach where in the past sailors used to leave and receive their letters in a barrel.

Evening: Floreana Island - Cormorant Point
Cormorant Point offers a trail overlooking a saltwater lagoon that is a favourite of flamingos.

Thursday

Morning: Santa Cruz Island - Charles Darwin Station
An organisation that provides scientific assistance to ensure the proper preservation of the Galapagos.

Evening: Santa Cruz Island - El Chato
A reserve in the highlands where you have the opportunity to observe the giant tortoise in the wild.

Friday

Morning: Genovesa Island - Darwin Bay
A coral beach where a 750 mt. trail takes you through more seabird colonies.

Evening: Genovesa Island - Prince Phillip's Steps
An extraordinary, steep path leads through a seabird colony full of life, up to cliffs that are 25m high.

Saturday

Morning: Sombrero Chino Island
The landing is on a beautiful crescent-shaped beach, home to sea lions and Sally Lightfoot crabs.

Evening: Santiago Island - Puerto Egas
Puerto Egas, with its black sand beaches, was the site of small salt mining industry in the 1960s.

Sunday

Morning: North Seymour Island
Explore the rocky coast, passing colonies of blue-footed boobies and magnificent frigatebirds. 

Evening: South Plaza Island
South Plaza has one of the largest populations of land iguanas in the Galapagos.

Monday

Morning: San Cristobal Island - Isla Lobos
This small island is named after the sea lions that rest and play on its rocky shores.
San Cristobal Island
Transfer to the Airport.

Additional Information

Category:First Class
Capacity:16 passengers
Construction:Iron maiden
Length:32.3 M/ 108 ft.
Beam:24.45 m.
Crew:11 crew members, including 2 dive masters/naturalist guides
Electricity:2 Generators ONAN 75 KW
Engines:2 Engine CUMMINS 440 HP
Accommodations:9 double cabins / Lower beds, air conditioning,
private bathrooms with hot water, pure water
maker, ice maker, spacious diving platform,
Nitrox membrane system, diving equipment
available for rent, satellite phone, guest room,
small library, TV and DVD, all safety equipment
complies with International Coast Guardregulations.
regulations.

Speed:  12.5 knots

Safety Equipment: Automatic fire and smoke detection system, manual fire extinguishers and firefighting equipment, 406 EPIRB, safety flags and dive alerts, 2 life rafts, life jackets, full complement of safety and rescue equipment, 1 Furuno radar system (36-mile range), satellite compass, GPS, depth sounder.

Features

Category
First Class
Type
Diving Cruise
Capacity
16
Departure day
Monday
Cruise Length
8 days
Normal price per person (8D/7N)
$ 4.190

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