Galapagos Sky Yacht Description
The Galapagos Sky is a diving yacht that accommodating up to 16 guests. Offering up to 4 dives a day, take advantage of your down time in the social areas of the sun deck, spacious lounge and first-rate dining room. For those of you interested in underwater photography, the Sky has a film lab and E-6 processing available.
Galapagos Sky Cabins
All 8 private cabins are available with either two twin or king size bed options. Additionally, all cabins include a private bathroom, shower, marine safe biodegradable toiletries, cabinets and wardrobes with mirrors, bathrobes, hair dryers.
Galapagos Sky Cruise Prices
2019 Prices per person (except charter)
Prices subject to change without prior notice.
|Description||Jun 01 2017 - May 31 2018|
Hyperbaric Chamber fee $35
Port Fee $70
Charter prices available under request.
* Charter rates don't apply for Christmas and New Year.
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Galapagos Sky Deck Plans & Specs
Our Dive Live-Aboard Yachts have the following specifications:
- 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)
Galapagos Sky Reviews
Comments and recommendations received on this Galapagos cruise:
We just got back from the galapagos. Everything was amazing. The sky was awesome. The crew was great”
Had just the best holiday in the Galapagos. Diving at Darwin and Wolf, 3 times with a 50 foot whale shark, with a 1000 school of Hammerheads, incredible!!!!! white tips and Galapagos sharks as well as Eagle and Manta Rays.etc...... and the cruise on the Isabella afterwards was a fantastic rest ( too much food) and visiting the islands on land was great. Also managed to fit in hiking in Quito and Cotapaxi. Wish I had gone to the rain forest too and a bit more hiking BUT I will be back. Thanks for all your help.
Best wishes Ian Cook