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Max 16 guests
 
Full Board basis including alcohol
 
Suitable for Open Water Divers
 
Up to 3 dives per day
 
Choice of Cabin Types
 
Hammerhead & Whale Sharks

Humboldt Explorer

Dive the Galapagos Islands in style.

Built in 2010, the M/V Humboldt Explorer was made lower than the usual liveaboards making it steadier whilst cruising the oceans with a bow bulb adding stability and speed. She only takes 16 passengers to avoid large crowds of divers in the sea at the same time whilst providing with the necessary space aboard. The 9 crew members are friendly and experienced and are there to help you with any questions or queries you may have.

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Built in 2010, the M/V Humboldt Explorer was made lower than the usual liveaboards making it steadier whilst cruising the oceans with a bow bulb adding stability and speed. She only takes 16 passengers to avoid large crowds of divers in the sea at the same time whilst providing with the necessary space aboard. The 9 crew members are friendly and experienced and are there to help you with any questions or queries you may have.

M/V Humboldt Explorer has 8 air conditioned cabins all with en-suites, flat screen TV, closet and a stunning ocean views with 2 cabins on the main deck and the remaining 6 cabins on the lower deck. All rooms have twin beds that can be converted into a double depending on guest’s requests. The air conditioned salon is located on the main deck and features tables, chairs, TV, VCR, CD/DVD, video library and a seating area. The sun deck is at the top of the boat and offers shaded and un-shaded areas with a comfortable seating and bar area, an entertainment system and a jacuzzi for you to relax in after a long day’s diving.

The large dive deck is equipped with individual storage areas, a large camera table, recharging stations, air and nitrox filling stations, tank racks, and a separate fresh water rinse tank for underwater camera equipment. Diving is conducted from two large pangas (tenders) which can easily be boarded from the spacious dive deck. The food aboard the M/V Humboldt Explorer is plentiful and varied to suit every guest’s needs; however the chef will be happy to adhere to any dietary requirements if known in advance. Breakfast usually consists of eggs, bacon, pancakes, French toast, potatoes, cereal and fresh fruits with the lunch and dinner usually consisting of rice, pasta, vegetables, soup, chicken, beef or fish and an occasional specialty dish.

Please note the credit card charges aboard are 5% bank fee and 12% Ecuadorian value added tax. The Galapagos tourist card will be $20 per person. Also the Galapagos National Park Tax will be around $100 per person and the Fuel Surcharge will be around $250 per person.