Boat Aggressor III

The luxury Aggressor III has been cruising the Galapagos since 1993, receiving constant refits to provide a state-of-the-art experience for all the divers visiting the archipelago. The comfort onboard is up to the most modern standards, and will provide with all the amenities require for an unforgettable diving trip throughout the Galapagos. Among the extensive list of features the Aggressor III offers, we are certain that will appreciate its’ delightful dinner area, where you will enjoy a tasteful combination of local and American gastronomy. You will also love relaxing on the charming semi-covered Sun Deck, furnished with chairs, loungers, hammocks, a BBQ area, a Jacuzzi and a wet bar. Fresh drinks, iced teas, beers and wine are included. With her 104 feet-long hull, the M/V Galapagos Aggressor III can host up to 16 passengers and 9 crew members, extremely professional, proactive and careful of all your needs and expectations, to provide for a unique experience at every moment of the cruise. All 8 cabins onboard are equipped with A/C, a private shower and bathroom, a TV/DVD set, and closet. There are 4 Staterooms cabins onboard, with twin beds and 3 portholes, along with 4 Master Staterooms cabins with queen beds (convertible to twin beds) and a large window. The dive deck provides all the required installations, namely personal gear lockers, hot freshwater showers, a 3-level camera table with low-pressure tubes. The snorkeling and scuba diving gears are also available for rent.

Up to

Up to 16 passengers

Total of

Total of 8 cabins

Wifi on board

Wifi on board

Jacuzzi on board

Jacuzzi on board

Cabin with private balcony

Cabin with private balcony

Kayak on board

Kayak on board

Paddle on board

Paddle on board

Snorkeling

Snorkeling

Laundry service

Laundry service

Meals included on board

Meals included on board

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Cruise Aggressor III
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