The Galapagos Islands Master liveaboard
Built of steel, the Galapagos Master is set to be the most eco-friendly dive liveaboard cruising the Galapagos Islands. She has 8 well-appointed modern cabins. A spacious interior and generous outside space for relaxation and dive gear preparation.
Specifically designed with the scuba diver in mind, the Galapagos Master offers superior comfort, the highest of professional service and fine foods. The spacious dive deck has a large area for kitting up and an allocated area specifically for camera preparation.
Service aboard the boat
With 12 dedicated and highly skilled crew you can relax in the knowledge that you are in good hands. A good team is a family, and that’s how the Galapagos Masters crew work. Do not be surprised to see stewards offering a hand when you are coming up from a dive or dive crew assisting with the preparation of fresh fish for the chef. Your cabins are fully air conditioned, and maintained daily. Each cabin has its own private en-suite shower and toilets, fresh towels and a bed ready to assure a good nights slumber. The vessel does have an upper and lower deck so if you want an amazing view book quick!
Providing an exceptionally high standard of food is a priority in the kitchen. The staff work relentlessly and can cater for all diets (with advance notice of course). Finally, after a great day of diving there is only one thing left to do, kick back, enjoy a beer, watch the sun set and reminisce on the days awesome activities.
Weather and Temperatures in the Galapagos Islands
In this highly variable climate, the hot and rainy season is from December to June, with high humidity and average temperatures of 26-30°C/79-86°F.
From June to November you can expect cool winds and an occasional light misty drizzle. Temperatures average 20-24°C/68-75°F during the day and are lower at night.
Diving is possible all year. Although 30 metre/100 foot visibility is not unheard of, it’s usually 10-20 meters/30-70 feet.
For more in-depth details of the expedition, hotels on San Cristobal and the mainland cities of Quito and Guayquil please CLICK HERE.
Nomadic Scuba are grateful of this rare opportunity to bring you a full charter on board the Galapagos Master during the best month of the year to dive, October.
During October the Humbolt current draws the colder waters up from the Antarctic and with it an abundance of nutrients creating a banquet for all aquatic life to feast on. We will meet the crew at San Cristobal airport upon arrival and transfer to the boat for our 8 day/ 7 night adventure of a lifetime.
Flying into San Cristobal form Quito or Guayquil, we will be met at the airport by the Galapagos Master crew and transported to the boat. The following 8 days will comprise of up to 18 dives and at least 2 land excursions to experience the beauty of the Galapagos Islands both above and below the surface.
The Galapagos Master accommodates 16 guests with 8 double or twin shared cabins. To maximize your experience Nomadic Scuba is taking two members of staff, therefore we have space for 14 guests. We are also hiring a highly experienced additional dive guide to maximize your experience and reduce the dive ratios from 8:1 to 5:1
To secure your reservation on this epic adventure please contact us via EMAIL or social media. Once we receive your US$250 deposit we lock in your reservation.