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Buy one Get one HALF OFF the beautiful Galapagos Sky
Select weeks only:
February 26 – March 5, 2017
April 9 – 16, 2017
Check this incredible destination off your bucket list now!!
Rates begin at $5695 per diver double occupancy before discount applied.
Rates include: Cabin accommodation, all meals, snacks, beverages (including Beer and Wine with Dinner), air or nitrox filled tanks, weights, weight belt, up to 4 dives per day on 5.5 days for 7-night cruises/ 8.5 days of diving on 10 night cruises, 3 land excursions, service of naturalist guides/ dive masters, transfers in the Islands between airport and dock (on cruise dates), all other Galapagos Sky services and amenities.
Rates do not include: Trip interruption or Cancellation Insurance, Diver’s Accident Insurance, International airfare to Ecuador, Domestic Airfare to the Galapagos Islands, Galapagos National Park entrance fee, Transit card, hyperbaric chamber fee, gratuities to guides and crew.
Contact our Galapagos liveaboard specialists today for availability and pricing.
Peter Hughes’ company DivEncounters is the exclusive worldwide representative of the Galapagos Live-Aboard dive yacht M/V Galapagos Sky (formerly the M/V Sky Dancer) is a 100 ft (33m) luxury live-aboard dive yacht providing high voltage diving experiences in the fabled waters of the Galapagos Islands. DivEncounters mission is to deliver exceptional underwater adventures to her guests, and by teaming up with the M/V Galapagos Sky provides the highest possible liveaboard diving adventures in the Galapagos Islands – one of the top ranked diving destinations in the world.
While exceptional diving experiences are DivEncounters first priority, we also feel guests should enjoy top notch accommodations, first rate food and beverage service, and luxury amenities as they pursue their diving dreams. And the Galapagos Sky is the perfect live-aboard to accomplish these goals.
Enjoy a minimum of 3 Days diving Wolf and Darwin Islands on every cruise. Dive with schooling hammerheads, whale sharks and so much more! Giant mantas for sure, but also large (200 plus) schools of mobula rays, spotted eagle rays, golden rays, cow-nosed rays, and marble rays. While The Galapagos Islands are known as one of the best big-animal encounter spots in the world, don’t overlook the small stuff! Those same currents that deliver so many nutrients for the big guys also deliver plenty for the small ones as well. Macro photographers and naturalists will particularly enjoy diving in the central islands for critters and smaller subjects.