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Why Book With Us?

  • 20+ years experience in diving tours.
  • We ourselves are experienced passionate divers.
  • $20 of every booking donated to Shark Guardian

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7 nights
San Cristobal
Galapagos, Ecuador

Galapagos Sky is a 100 ft. (33m), 16 passenger luxury live-aboard yacht that was launched in 2001 by owner Santiago Dunn. “Sky” has cruised the islands of the Galapagos Archipelago for nearly a decade – Read More

  • Fantastic crew and dive team
  • Approximately 17-19 dives in the worlds #1 dive location
  • Possibilities of Mantas, Whalesharks, shoaling Hammerheads, Marine Iguanas
  • Luxury vessel with very comfortable cabins
  • 3 days diving at Darwins Arch & Wolf Island (the best of the Galapagos diving)
Know before you go

Upon arrival in Ecuador, most Western and Asian countries will be issued with a visa of up to 90 days.  All visitors are required to pay for an Ingala Transit Control Card (USD20) upon arrival in Ecuador, and the Galapagos Park entrance fee ($100) upon arrival at San Cristobal.  You will need domestic flights from either Quito or Guayaquil to San Cristobal.  We would advise adding these flights to your booking, as it increases your luggage allowance with the option to pre-pay the ITC card & Galapagos Park entrance fees.  Nomadic Scuba would advise that you check for any updated visa requirements on www.ecuador.org prior to your adventure.

  • 7 Nights - Approximately 17-19 dives
  • Up to 6 dives at Darwins Arch
  • Up to 5 dives + 1 night dive at Wolf Island
  • Cabo Douglas dive - Marine Iguanas
  • 3 land excursions - including Giant Tortoise
  • Closest international airport: Isla San Cristobal, Ecuador (SCY)
  • Departure locations: San Cristobal Harbor, Ecuador
  • Languages spoken onboard: English & Spanish

Price Includes

  • All meals
  • Accomodation based on sharing
  • San Cristobal Airport or hotel transfers
  • Dive guides max ratio 8:1
  • Land excursions during trip

Price Excludes

  • Gratuities
  • Onboard purchases
  • Insurances & flights
  • Private guide service (available at additional cost)
  • Equipment rental

Cancellation Policy

  • 90 days or more before the trip : $300/ person cancellation fee
  • 89-60 days before the trip: Forfeit deposit
  • 59-0 days before the trip: Forfeit 100% of cruise cost
Book now, pay later
  • Get in touch with us by chat or use our enquiry form
  • We confirm the availability with the dive operator
  • Once you're happy with the planned itinerary, we issue an invoice
  • 48hr cooling off period before deposit due

I’ve never done a liveaboard before, what does it mean?

Liveaboard diving entails staying on a boat or ship for some time without returning to land. The advantage of this is that it enables the divers to reach those reefs which may be too far from land to visit by day. You may have seen the saying “Dive, eat, sleep, repeat” in the diving world, this is precisely what you do on a liveaboard.

Do I need to be a high-level diver for the Galapagos?

Yes.  The Galapagos regularly experiences strong currents, therefore, we would advise that you are at least an Advanced Diver having logged 50+ dives and are comfortable with diving in strong current.  Reef hooks are used in the Galapagos but previous experience is not essential.  Some of the dives are also relatively deep so we would strongly advise that you are Nitrox certified.

Do they cater to specific diets?

Yes, we will ask for specific details of any dietary requirements during the booking process.

I sometimes struggle to get out of the water in dive gear, can I remove it in the water?

Yes, you can.  Most divers will remove their gear in the water (aided by the dive guide) and the panga crew will take it from you before you climb on board.

I'm not sure how much I should pay for gratuities/ tips, what would you recommend?

We are firm believers that tips are at the discretion of our guests and should be offered to reflect your personal satisfaction upon conclusion of your adventure.  We would suggest that 10% of your trip costs is a good tip, as long as it is within your personal budget.

Overview continued

– The Galapagos Islands are well known within the dive industry and are a National Park and Marine Sanctuary.  Historically known for Charles Darwins’ findings, the Galapagos Islands have barely changed since he first set foot on San Cristobal in 1835.  At the confluence of three major currents, the Galapagos Islands is one of the busiest aquatic locations known on earth, with many migratory pelagic species visiting the nutrient-rich waters through the year. 

Nomadic Scuba founder, Matt Waters joined Galapagos Sky last year with his fiance; “Needless to say that we were in absolute awe of the diving.  The dives conducted at Darwin’s Arch and Wolf Island where simply out of this world.  I’ve never seen Hammerheads shoaling in such quantities before.  The crew of Galapagos Sky are awesome, an amazing team of individuals working in unison to produce  top quality service to all of their guests.”


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