blue o two Galapagos liveaboard sets sail

Dive the legendary islands with popular Plymouth-based operator

Author: Pat
7th July 2014

blue o two  is now offering diving excursions in the Galapagos onboard the impressive and luxurious M/V Galapagos Master.

It’s a new venture, in joint collaboration with Worldwide Dive and Sail to offer guests amazing itineraries within the UNESCO World Heritage site, an Ecuadorian National Park, and a biological marine reserve collectively.

top spot in the world for unique and varied underwater sightings

The Galapagos is home to a wide array of marine life, earning it a top spot in the world for unique and varied underwater sightings.

The vessel will run the new seven, ten and fourteen day ‘Master the Galapagos’ itineraries including visits to some of the top sites in the Galapagos Islands, from Punta Shark Bay to the infamous Darwin’s Arch.

Originally built in 2004, the 32m long M/V Galapagos Master will be undergoing a complete interior refit to the highest luxury standards to be finalised by 2015, ready to sail some of the top dive sites in the Galapagos.

She has a complement of 16 guests, with eight air-conditioned cabins each offering an en-suite bathroom, in-cabin entertainment and ample storage.

For your added convenience, M/V Galapagos Master offers cabins that can be used either as a twin or a double cabin.

There’s a spacious indoor, dining area, cocktail bar etc, as you’d expect. Photographers are especially well catered for, with additional storage drawers to the aft of the vessel for their equipment.

To find our more, check out the blue o two website or give them a call.

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