Dive Trip Quick Facts
Trip Dates: November 8, 2019 - November 18, 2019
Trip Host: TriCity Scuba
Price: From $7,385 USD
Required Deposit: $1,000 USD
Booking Status: Open
Galapagos Sky is considered the top liveaboard in the Galápagos Islands. With only 16 divers onboard, the crew of 11 will cater to your every need. You have the choice of 2 different types of staterooms: the 4 master staterooms are on the upstairs deck featuring large windows, and the 4 deluxe cabins with portholes are on the lower deck. All staterooms come with ensuite bathrooms.
What Is Included
- 2 nights hotel accommodation with breakfast in Quito
- Half day sightseeing tour in Quito
- Domestic flight from Quito to San Christobal
- 7 nights onboard Galapagos Sky
- 5 1/2 days of diving (average 3 dives/day)
- 3 land excursions
- All meals onboard, alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages
- National Park Fee, Transit card, Chamber contribution
What Else You Need to Know
Please note that diving in the Galápagos is advanced due to strong currents, varying visibility and cold water. Temperatures range from low 60’s to upper 70’s in different areas of the itinerary and seasons. Depths can be 20-30 meters or 65-100 feet. Divers must be comfortable in these conditions, as well as have very good buoyancy and be able to do negative (sometimes rapid) back-roll entries/descents from small boats. Recommended requirements include 50-100 open water dives, experience in currents, ability in removing gear in water and ability in getting into small boats in choppy seas. Nitrox certification prior to the cruise is highly recommended. Recent dive experience required.
All diving off M/V Galápagos Sky is NON-DECOMPRESSION diving, no exceptions.
Pricing is per person, based on deluxe cabin, double occupancy. Upgrade to Master cabin for additional $200USD.
International airfare, lunch & dinner in Quito, gratuities, dive gear other than tanks, weights and belt, travel insurance.
Accepted form of payment varies, please inquire. All payments are non-refundable.
Deposit amount changes closer to departure.