Aggressor III Galapagos Diving Cruise

Une croisière aux Galapagos à bord du Aggressor III

footprint

Emissions de CO2 100% compensées

oxygen

Recharge de Nitrox

shared bedroom

Chambres à partager pour voyageurs seuls

EN guide

Guide anglais

Les Galápagos sont l'une des destinations les plus passionnantes au monde. Les clients auront l'occasion de plonger avec des lions de mer enjoués, de se rendre à la célèbre arche Darwin et Wolf pour des plongées palpitantes afin d'observer des requins-marteaux, des requins-baleines, des nuées de thons et bien d'autres choses encore lors de leur voyage de plongée sous-marine en pension dans les îles Galápagos. La vue de l'arche de Darwin est aussi pittoresque que vous pouvez l'imaginer. La croisière GALAPAGOS AGGRESSOR® part de Baltra tous les jeudis après-midi. En 2016, l'Équateur a créé un sanctuaire marin dans la zone de Darwin et Wolf qui comprend 15 000 miles carrés comme interdits à toute pêche pour conserver les requins qui s'y rassemblent et l'écosystème dont ils dépendent. 32 % des eaux entourant les îles Galápagos seront désormais protégées de la pêche. Notre objectif est de vous faire vivre l'expérience ultime de la plongée sous-marine sur les îles Galápagos. Le GALAPAGOS AGGRESSOR® propose un tout nouvel itinéraire conforme à la réglementation du parc national des Galápagos, qui impose aux compagnies disposant d'un permis de suivre l'itinéraire exact ci-dessous. Un maximum de quatre plongées sera proposé chaque jour, deux le matin et deux l'après-midi. En outre, deux plongées de nuit et deux excursions terrestres par semaine seront proposées. Les nouvelles zones de plongée ajoutées à l'itinéraire sont : Bartolome Punta, Cousins Rock et Cabo Douglas. Le parc national des Galápagos donne son accord pour les itinéraires normaux et accepte les demandes d'itinéraires spéciaux.

Photos & Plans de Pont : Aggressor III

Aggressor III Galapagos Diving Cruise
Aggressor III Galapagos Diving Cruise
Aggressor III Galapagos Diving Cruise

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Routes : Aggressor III

Commodités : Aggressor III

transfer

Transferts depuis et vers le navire

meal

Tous les repas pendant la croisière

footprint

Emissions de CO2 100% compensées

scuba diving

Possibilité de sortie de plongée

dinner with wine

Bière et vin servis avec le dîner

oxygen

Recharge de Nitrox

air conditioning

Climatisation & salle de bain privée

shared bedroom

Chambres à partager pour voyageurs seuls

drinks

Eau, café, thé & jus

EN guide

Guide anglais

jacuzzi

Solarium avec jacuzzi

Durabilité : Aggressor III

Chez Galapatours, nous aimons et respectons les écosystèmes vierges et la faune fascinante des îles Galápagos, et nous insistons pour que nos partenaires de croisière fassent de même. Pour protéger l'archipel, tous nos bateaux de croisière doivent être équipés de systèmes sophistiqués de filtration de l'eau, de moteurs modernes et efficaces, et de programmes d'entretien stricts afin de minimiser la pollution.

L'autorité du parc national des Galápagos définit également des itinéraires de croisière précis qui dictent quels navires peuvent visiter les points forts à des heures spécifiques, et limite le nombre de passagers. Ces mesures garantissent que les animaux et les habitats ne sont pas perturbés par un trop grand nombre de visiteurs.

Mais chez Galapatours, nous aimons aller encore plus loin. Nous compensons volontairement toutes les émissions de CO2 de chaque croisière que nous vendons - sans frais pour vous. Et vous pouvez également jouer votre rôle en voyageant de manière responsable et en suivant nos directives écologiques pendant votre séjour. Cliquez ici pour en savoir plus sur ces directives, sur notre engagement en faveur du tourisme durable et sur les règles du parc national des Galápagos.

Caractéristiques : Aggressor III

Catégorie

Milieu de gamme

Type

Yacht

Longueur

100ft / 32m

Vitesse de croisière

12 kt

Poutre

22 ft

Capacité

16

Nourriture & Boissons : Aggressor III

La nourriture de nos croisières aux Galápagos est l'une des meilleures que vous puissiez trouver en Amérique du Sud. La plupart des chefs à bord ont reçu une formation internationale et ont travaillé dans les meilleurs hôtels et restaurants d'Équateur et du monde entier.

Vous pouvez vous attendre à une sélection de nourriture de première classe, comprenant une bonne variété de fruits et légumes frais, de la volaille et du poisson/fruits de mer d'origine locale, des plats de riz et de pâtes. La plupart des bateaux proposent toujours des plats typiquement équatoriens au menu de votre croisière. Si vous avez des besoins alimentaires spécifiques, le chef cuisinier peut généralement les satisfaire, à condition que vous l'ayez prévenu à l'avance. Veillez à nous informer de vos allergies ou de vos besoins alimentaires au moment de la réservation. Si vous attendez d'arriver sur le quai, il se peut qu'il soit impossible de répondre à vos besoins.

La plupart des bateaux servent une gamme d'options à l'heure des repas sous forme de buffet décontracté. Dans les catégories de première classe et de luxe, certains bateaux proposent des repas plus formels où vous serez servi à votre place. Toutefois, l'atmosphère est toujours détendue à bord des bateaux de croisière, et jamais formelle.

Catégories de cabines à bord : Aggressor III

twin or matrimonial bed
Master Stateroom

The Master Stateroom has a queen bed, private shower, closet, port window, individual climate control, monitor with media player and hair dryer.

  • Single travellers can share cabin
  • Air conditioning & private bathroom
Twin beds
Deluxe Staterooms

Each deluxe stateroom comes with 2 single beds side by side that can be converted into a queen bed, (upon request) private shower, closet, port window, individual climate control, monitor with media player and hair dryer.

  • Single travellers can share cabin
  • Air conditioning & private bathroom

Témoignages à propos : Aggressor III

medas2005, Minneapolis, MN
5/5

Aggessor diving cruise was great Diving on a live aboard in the Galapagos should be considered to be on everyone's bucket list. I returned here after a decade away.

The boat is great and the accommodations are comfortable but not lavish. My son and I had plenty of room for sleeping and storing our clothes. Room care was great. The food was very good. In the top quartile of liveaboards that I have been on. They had great snacks after diving which is always appreciated.

Diving is now very restricted so liveaboards cannot dive in the central islands, only the north. The north includes Bartolme, northern Isabella, Fernandina, Wolf, and Darwin. We started out with a couple of days in the Bartolme area which is famous for its view. The diving in that are is full of fish and turtles. Of course, the core of the trip was in Wolf and Darwin. The Wolf conditions were quite harsh and challenging. Even at 60 foot depth, the surge was upwards of 10 feet so it was very hard to hold on. Hammers were in abundance though, so it was worth the effort.

The highlight was Darwin. We saw a pair of orcas which came right along side our boat. We saw hundreds of dolphins surrounding the boat. And we got to see whale sharks underwater. And then of course we saw hundreds of hammers above and below us as well as Galapagos sharks and silky sharks. The silkies can be a little scary as they circle you whir waiting for the boat.

In general, the water temperatures and visibility are not too bad. The exception are the dive sites on the NW corner of Isabela where it is freezer cold and visibility is very low. Fortunately you see lots of cool things like giant seahorses. The picture I have of the seahorse there is the most popular photp I have every taken.

This is just an incredible experience for anyone who likes to dive and loves nature. From the moment you arrive and get on the boat you will have fun. It really does not get any better than this.

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Cheng, NY NY
5/5

Great diving experience The Aggressor III sails from Baltra, which is a small island located north of Santa Cruz. We were greeted at Baltra airport by Walter and Ruben who would be our dive guides for the week. The yacht was anchored a short drive from the airport.

The dive deck was clean and spacious. It has 2 fresh water showers for after dives, separate rinse tanks for cameras, storage area under each divers' station for your dive equipments and sufficient space for all divers to kit up at the same time. Adjacent to the dive deck, there are camera tables, battery charging stations, warm towels and tea/ coffee making facility. Very handy for some of the shorter surface intervals.

There is a library of books, DVDs and Blu-rays in the air-conditioned lounge. There are Galapagos wildlife and marine ID reference books which were very helpful.

The guest rooms are sufficient but not luxurious in terms of space. The rooms and toilets are clean, hot water shower works and beds were comfortable. Our large suitcases were stored elsewhere on the boat and there is a small wardrobe in the room for clothes etc. Basic toiletries, robes, bath and hand towels, drinking water bottle were provided. The crew leave chocolates and biscuits in our room everyday!

There are fresh fruit juice, cereals, muesli and fruits that you can help yourself to for breakfast. Pancakes, french toast, bacon and eggs are available as well. Lunch comprise of a starter, a selection of local and international dishes served buffet style and dessert. Dinner is a sit-down 3 course affair, starter, main and dessert. Some of the highlights were a BBQ, roast turkey, grilled slipper lobster and some popular Ecuadorian dishes. There are light snacks and warm drinks after each dive. The food were delicious and the portions generous. There are fresh fruits, chocolates, candies and various snacks available in the lounge at all times. Did I mention that sodas, beer and wine are available at no extra cost?

Each diver was issued a dive flag, air horn and ENOS GPS diver locator. There are 2 dive guides for all 15 of us on this trip. One guide would lead and the other follow at the end. I must admit that I was a little apprehensive at first but there was not one dive where I felt unsafe. When we surfaced after each dive, the panga was never far. Most of the 9 men crew would always be on deck to help us get in and out of the pangas and help with our cameras and equipments. Both our guides, Walter and Ruben were attentive and were always ready to answer any questions we may have. All crew were very knowledgeable of the area and are the friendliest and warmest lot i've met on a liveaboard so far.

Some of the best dives we had on this trip were at Wolf Island, Cabo Marshall and Punta Vicenta Roca. There were a lot of hammerheads and galapagos sharks at Wolf and Cabo Marshall. We saw lots of mantas, eagle rays, large schools of salemas, barracudas, sea lions, seahorses and white tip sharks at Cabo Marshall as well. There were a few mola molas, red lipped batfish, galapagos bumphead sharks, marble rays, sea lions and cormorants at Punta Vicente Roca. I really liked Aggressor II's itinerary and felt each day's diving was better than the last. 2 land trips were included in the trip as well.

One of the big plus diving with Aggressor in Galapagos is you get 35kg allowance for check in luggage for your domestic flight to Galapagos. Aerogal only allow 23kg per passenger. Overall, my friends and I were very satisfied and would not hesitate to dive with Aggressor again.

Total dives: 21 Water temp: 17 – 26C Recommended for: Experienced divers with 100+ dives or more Dive conditions: Mainly drift dives, blue water safety stop Nitrox highly recommended

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Hitong, Hawaii
5/5

The best liveaboard I have been on so far Dive guides are exceptionally outstanding, very knowledgeable and professional. They take care of the needs of every single one diver in the group, including the one who has special needs. Even when we were out on excursion on the second to last day, they had special arrangement for the panga and bus just for that one diver. Choice of food was diverse and fantastic, not boring at all. It's the best liveaboard I have been on so far.

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