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Aqua Liveaboard Review, Galapagos Diving (Low budget Liveaboard diving)

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If you’re looking for a low budget Galapagos diving liveaboard, the Aqua Liveaboard is worth a look. Whilst there’s only one review, this is reasonable and rates her ‘Very Good‘.

A review of the Galapagos Aqua Liveaboard reveals a 26 metres (85 feet) very low budget custom-built dive boat offering fantastic diving. Sleeps 16 divers and dive trips of 3-7 nights with 8-16 dives. Nitrox and DIN adapters are available on board, as are en-suite bathrooms with hot-water showers and air-conditioning.

Sometimes offering even better discounts off a low budget price.

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The best way to dive the Galapagos Islands, and especially Darwin Island and Wolf Rock, is by a scuba diving liveaboard. You can check the latest and best deals on Galapagos liveaboards using the following window:

Aqua Liveaboard diving

The Aqua Liveaboard is one of the popular budget Galapagos liveaboards for diving.This liveaboard is unbeatable value diving and also has naturalist itineraries in the Galapagos islands.

This very low budget liveaboard boat offers fantastic diving. She is a custom built dive boat catering for up to 16 divers in 8 cabins.

Despite the fact this is a low cost Galapagos liveaboard option, each cabin features a private en-suite bathroom with hot-water shower, air-conditioning and storage to boot!

If you are an animal lover and love to scubas dive with sea creatures, The Galapagos should be top of your bucket list of dives. If you’ve ever wanted to dive with hundreds of hammerheads, the Galapagos is one of the top places in the world to see these unusual creatures.

More Reading: When is the best time to see hammerheads in Galapagos Islands?

Dive trips on the Aqua Liveaboard

  • 18 dives – 8 days, 7 nights.
  • No dives – This is a naturalist trip for either 4 days, 3 nights, 5 days, 4 nights or 8 days, 7 nights.

Key features of the Aqua Liveaboard

  • With a length of 26 metres (85 feet).
  • Nitrox on board.
  • DIN adapters are available on board.
  • Sidemount diving.
  • Nearly 1:1 crew to guest ratio.
  • Warm water showers.
  • Sea view cabins.
  • Non-smoking rooms.
  • Local food, with al fresco dining.
  • Scuba gear rentals.

Scba diving experience necessary for divers on scuba diving trips with the Aqua Liveaboard dive boat is Advanced Open Water and a minimum of 50 logged dives is required.

More Reading: 5 best budget dive liveaboards Galapagos Islands (Affordable diving) search Galapagos scroll

Aqua liveaboard Galapagos reviews

Aqua liveaboard review #1 – 8 out of 10 and 4 stars, rate Very Good

Great service excellent locations

Snorkeling and locations.”

Recommended for: Food, service and snorkeling

To book this low budget Galapagos liveaboard dive boat, please go to

More Reading: The best luxury dive liveaboard Galapagos (Dive in Luxury & Comfort)

I hope you enjoyed this article about budget dive boat – Aqua liveaboard review Galapagos diving

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If this article hasn’t answered all of your questions. If you have more questions either about snorkeling or types of scuba diving (or specifically about budget dive boat Aqua liveaboard Galapagos), please comment below with your questions.

There will also be many more articles about scuba diving (and snorkeling) for you to read and learn about these fabulous sports.

Have fun and be safe!

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Aqua Liveaboard Review, Galapagos Diving (Low budget Liveaboard diving)

Article written by Russell Bowyer who has been a scuba diver since diving on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia in 1989. After his first dive he trained as a BSAC diver in the UK. He attained his Diver Leader certification with BSAC. He then went on to become a scuba diving instructor, teaching others how to dive and was voted as Diving Officer and Treasurer for the Saffron Walden BSAC club too. Russell has dived all over the world, including the UK, on liveaboards in the Red Sea, the Caribbean, South Africa and the USA. Russell is experienced in all dive types, including drift diving, deep dives that involved decompression stops and recreational dives too.

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