Overview of Galapagos Aggressor III

The Aggressor fleet have been operating the premier live-aboard dive yachts in the Galapagos Islands since 1993. Galapagos Aggressors III was custom designed, built and equipped to offer a safe and luxury dive operation. Every two years she goes through an extensive dry-dock to ensure they continue to be granted the much sought after permits issued by the Galapagos National Park since 1994. Aggressor's captains and crew members are professionally licensed as required by the laws in which the vessel operates. They are required to comply with the Standard Operations Procedures (SOP). Dive instructors and dive masters are trained and certified by national certification agencies. They want to assure guests they will continue to offer luxury diving and carry on their relentless effort to preserve the Galapagos marine life.

Accommodation aboard Galapagos Aggressor III

The vessel has 8 cabins:
Master Staterooms - Located on the upper deck, each of the four Master cabins has two single beds side by side that can be made into a queen bed (upon request).
Deluxe Staterooms - There are four Deluxe cabins all located on the lower deck with two single beds (side by side).
All cabins have:
  • Individual control air-conditioning
  • Private en-suite bathroom with toilet and hot water shower
  • Hand basin, toiletries and towels
  • TV, DVD & MP3 player
  • Windows in Master cabins, portholes in deluxe cabins
  • Reading lights
  • Shelves and mirror
  • Personal safety box
  • Fire detector and alarm system
  • Fire extinguisher and life jackets
  • 2-flat pin 110-220V electricity (adapters available)
  • Bedding
For guest facilities, there is a main deck air-conditioned saloon with TV, video player, music system, computer, movie library, games, books, magazines, internet and satellite telephone. A sundeck and shaded area is also provided with sun chairs and hot tub.

Drink & Dine

The vessel provides a served buffet-style and consists of American-sized portions using the freshest ingredients available. Italian, Chinese, Japanese and international cuisine is served onboard. Snacks, coffee, tea, drinking water, soft drinks, beer and wine are free of charge.
Please send advanced notice if you have dietary requirements.

Technical Specification

Built: 1992, restored in 2009
Length: 30.5m
Breadth: 6.7m
Engines: 2 x 300 HP Caterpillar engines
Generators: 2 x 100 KW caterpillar generators
Water Capacity: 18,200 litres
Fresh Water Capacity: 4,500 litres per day
Max of guests: 16
Number of cabins: 8
Number of crew: 9 (including two Divemasters and two Deck Hands)
Safety equipment: 2 x Life rafts (12 pax.), Life vests, First aid kits, Crew trained in first aid, Emergency flares, Depth Sounder, EPIRB Distress System, Fire alarm & Fire extinguishers, Bilge pump alarm, Oxygen, Sounder, Search light

Diving Facilities

A dive platform and kit up area with hot water shower and personal dive gear lockers at your disposal. There is also a camera table and separate rinse tank. Nitrox is available as well as sea kayaks.
Tanks, Weights, Belts,
Scuba equipment, Dive insurance, Nitrox fills for enriched air certified divers, torches.

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  • Itinerary: Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin

    £5286 Available
    Departure Date15th August 2019 Return Date22nd August 2019
    Embark-Disembark(Baltra to Baltra) ItineraryItinerary: Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin
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