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Galapagos Live Aboards
Features: Galapagos Islands is home to the most diverse variety of land and sea species on the planet.
On land, you will see the blue footed booby, penguins, lava lizards, pink flamingos, marine iguanas, fur seal lions and giant tortoises. The cool and warm water mixture combined with “bajos” – underwater volcanoes produce a great mixture of marine life, including; sponges, corals, anemones, gorgonians, shrimps, conchs, as well as the large species; dolphins, hammerhead and white tip sharks, eagle rays, moray eels, and the coveted whale shark.
Darwin Island is considered one of the world’s best dive sites, where large schools of hammerhead and Galapagos sharks, yellow fin tuna and large pods of dolphins are found. Whale sharks can be seen here from June to November. Wolf Island offers sea turtles, eagle rays, barracudas, sea lions and hundreds of moray eel on the bottom.
Galapagos Aggressors I & II
The Galapagos Aggressors are 100 ft. built for comfort and stability. Average cruising speed is 10 knots. there are 7 double cabins, each with private head, TV/VCR, stereo CD player, temperature controls and safe storage box. Both have beautiful spacious salons, large sun decks, hot tub and complete E-6 processing.
One of the world’s largest trimarans, the Lammer Law is 93 feet long and 42 feet wide. With 8 staterooms, it sleeps up to 16 people, each with private facilities. Each cabin has individual A/C and outside windows with views, centered around the main salon.
Peter Hughes – M/V Sky Dancer
The Sky dancer is 120 feet by 23 foot aluminum mono-hull that accommodates up to 16 people in 8 staterooms. Each cabin has individual A/C, private heads and showers, window and/or portlight view. Daily E6 processing is available.
The above is an example of Lodging and Activities. Uncommon Adventures specializes in custom itineraries to suit your specific desires and needs as well. Please feel free to consult us to design an adventure of your own.