Humboldt Explorer Liveaboard Galapagos And Ecuador


Overview of Humboldt Explorer

Humboldt Explorer is a vessel which accommodates 16 passengers in 8 comfortable double cabins with full-size twin beds that can be converted to queen beds. Get on board and enjoy an incredible liveaboard experience which allows you to see a great variety of marine life (sea lions, turtles, hammerhead sharks, white tip sharks, dolphins, whale sharks, manta rays, Galapagos sharks, and huge schools of eagle and golden Rays).

Accommodation aboard Humboldt Explorer

The Humboldt Explorer provides eight air-conditioned standard cabins located on the main and lower decks. Each of them has a private en-suite bathroom, flat screen television and ocean view. All cabins have convertible beds offering either two twin beds or one queen.
All the cabins have:
  • Air-conditioning and fan cooling
  • Windows
  • En-suite bathroom with toilet and hot water shower
  • Hand basin, toiletries and towels
  • TV & DVD player
  • Reading lights
  • Cabinet, shelves and mirror
  • Bedding and luggage space
  • US-style 3-pin 110V electricity
  • Life jackets
  • Fire extinguisher
The vessel features partially covered sun deck with a jacuzzi and ample seating, saloon area with dining, bar and entertainment. 

Drink & Dine

All main meals are a mix of American and Ecuadorian dishes featuring fish, beef, pork or chicken, salads, rice or potatoes. Snacks including biscuits and fruits are provided. Coffee, tea and drinking water are all provided free of charge whereas beer, spirits and wine are available for purchase on board.
Please send advanced notice if you have dietary requirements.

Technical Specification

Built: 2009
Length: 34m
Breadth: 6.5m
Engines: Detroit Diesel 6V92, 350 hp
Generators: 2 x Perkins 73KW
Water Capacity: 4,500 litres
Fresh Water Capacity: 5,700 litres per day
Max of guests: 16
Number of cabins: 8
Number of crew: 9 (including a naturalist diving instructor and a diving instructor assistant)
Safety Equipment: Life rafts (2), Life rings/strobes, Life vests/strobes, Emergency position locator, Flares, Oxygen, First aid equipment

Diving Facilities

For diving facilities, there is a large deck that includes a bathroom, large camera table with charging station, individual storage areas, rinse bins for cameras and another for gear. Diving operations are conducted from two large tenders, easily boarded from the dive deck.
Tanks, Weights, Belts, DiveAlert, a surface signaling device, Electronic beacon
Scuba equipment, Dive insurance, Nitrox, Torches

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