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Aggressors I -II

The identical Galapagos Aggressors are 100 ft. yachts built and powered for comfort, safety and stability. They are diesel powered, cruise at an average speed of 10 knots and have 110 and 220 volt power onboard.

 

The Aggressors are world renowned diving vessels part of the Aggressor Fleet, a cast or luxury live aboards exploring the world’s most spectacular diving destinations since 1984.

The 100-foot Galapagos Aggressor I and Galapagos Aggressor II are sister ships custom built and designed particularly for cruising the Archipelago of Galapagos.

Both are beautifully decorated inside with teak wood creating a rich, nautical atmosphere. Built by Varadero Mena Ship Yard in Guayaquil, Ecuador, these 14-passenger vessels comply with all international safety standards.

In early 2000, each yacht was renovated, enlarged and all mechanical equipment was overhauled. They may be chartered with crew to accommodate any special itineraries. All itineraries are approved by the National Parks Service of the Galapagos Islands.

Specifications

Capacity: 16 persons.

L.O.A.: 100 feet

Beam: 24 feet

Cruising Speed: 12 knots

Range: 2,400 miles

Fuel Capacity: 8,000 gallons

Water Capacity: 6,000 gallons

Desalinator Production: 4,500 gallons per day

Compressors: two high / two low pressure

Voltage: 110 and 220 volts

Navigational Aids: VHF and HI-SUB radios, GMDSS, color radar, echo sounder, Furuno GPS

Safety Aides: EPIRB (emergency position indicator radio beacon)

Itinerary 8D / 7N Cruises (A) – FERNANDINA

THUPmBaltra IslandArrival in Baltra airport and transfer to the boat. Briefing onboard about the boat and the island.
FRIAmSanta Cruz Island: Carrion PointA lagoon with beautiful turquoise water where you can see a variety of fish, rays and white-tip reef sharks.
PmBartholomew IslandVisit the Pinnacle Rock and the white-sand beach: the best area to get photos of Galápagos penguins.
SATAmWolf Island
Schools of hammerheads meet up with barracudas and eels to offer the diver a spectacular view.
PmWolf Island
Schools of hammerheads meet up with barracudas and eels to offer the diver a spectacular view.
SUNAmDarwin Island
Diving at Darwin is overwhelming as the water it is thick with hammerheads and large schools of fish.
PmWolf Island
Schools of hammerheads meet up with barracudas and eels to offer the diver a spectacular view.
MONAmIsabela Island: Cape Marshall
Cape Marshall is a very special dive, where lava from the Wolf volcano falls into the ocean.
PmWolf Island
Schools of hammerheads meet up with barracudas and eels to offer the diver a spectacular view.
TUEAmCape Douglas
PmIsabela Island: Vicente Roca Point
The remnants of an ancient volcano form two turquoise coves with a bay protected from ocean swells.
WEDAmSantiago Island: Cousin’s Rock
A great wall dive site for seeing a forest of black juvenile corals, seahorses, hammerheads, rays, etc.
Santa Cruz Island: Los GemelosSpanish for The Twins, they are two volcanic depressions on the highest part of Santa Cruz.
PmSanta Cruz Island: HighlandsThe highlands are located in the northern part of the island and can reach elevations up to 1500 mt.
Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin StationAn organisation that provides scientific assistance to ensure the proper preservation of the Galápagos.
THUAmBaltra Island -Transfer to the airport

 

Galapagos Dive Map