Liveaboard dive boats for the single traveller with single berth cabins
In my time I’ve done loads of traveling as a single traveller. This is great, but if you’re a solo diver, perhaps not so good. For safety reasons you shouldn’t dive alone. So what’s the solution if you’re looking for a Galapagos liveaboard with a single cabin?
Liveaboard single cabin all Galapagos can include single cabins with a single bed. But it also includes twin or triple cabins for solo divers who are happy to share with other single travellers, who are also looking to scuba dive the Galapagos Islands.
Liveaboard single cabin all Galapagos
The Galapagos Islands are on many scuba diver's bucket list. This region is a part of the Atlas of Marine Protection due to it's incredible marine biodiversity. This includes being one of the best places in the world to see hammerhead sharks.
The Islands of the Galapagos were of course made famous by Charles Darwin’s exploration. This gives them a huge historical background. But in particular in relation to the law of evolution.
However, Darwin only explored the islands themselves, but he didn't explore the underwater world of the Galapagos Islands.
If you are planning your diving holiday to the Galapagos Islands and you're single, this makes things slightly more difficult as a solo diver.
But as a solo traveller and diver and without a dive buddy, you will soon discover that a liveaboard is the best option.
If you're travelling alone and you're looking to explore the underwater world of the Galapagos Islands, a liveaboard dive boat with single cabins is the way to go.
Liveaboard single cabin all Galapagos - the options as a solo diver
- Galapagos dive liveaboards with single cabins.
- Galapagos dive liveaboards with single beds in shared rooms.
You may prefer to have your own private cabin with a single bed. But you may alternatively prefer to share with another single diver in a room with more than one single bed.
Let's take a look at the Galapagos dive liveaboards available in both scenarios:
Galapagos dive liveaboards with single cabins
The following Galapagos liveaboards all have single berth cabins, which are especially suited for solo divers.
Galapagos dive liveaboards with single cabins
- Mary Anne Cruise Ship - Rated Good and 7.7 out of 10, with 4 stars. A 52 metre (171 feet) sailing ship designed for up to 24 guests. She offers 6 single cabins for solo divers to enjoy the Galapagos islands.
- Endemic Cruise Ship - Rated Exceptional and 10 out of 10, with 5 stars. A 35 metre (115 feet) twin hulled dive liveaboard. She offers one single cabin for a solo diver or for a child for scuba diving families.
- Tip Top II Cruise Ship - Rated Exceptional and 10 out of 10, with 5 stars. The Tip Top II Catamaran offers diving for up to 16 guests. This 31.5 metres (104 feet) Galapagos liveaboard offers both a single cabin and has twin cabins too.
- Ocean Spray Cruise Ship - This 34 metres (112 feet) dive liveaboard has no ratings or reviews yet. But she is classed as a mega-catamaran with luxury interiors. She caters for up to 16 guests looking to dive the Galápagos Islands and has two single cabins on the upper deck for solo divers to enjoy.
- Elite Cruise Ship - This twin hulled dive liveaboard hasn't been reviewed or rated yet. She's a 37 metre (123 feet) boat suitable for up to 16 divers to enjoy the Galapagos diving. Designed with four twin cabins and two single cabins for solo divers.
- Galapagos Odyssey - A single hulled Galapagos dive liveaboard which will cater for up to 16 guests. She's 41 metres (135 feet) in length and has one single cabin.
- Petrel Cruise Ship - No ratings or reviews yet for this beautiful Galapagos catamaran liveaboard with luxury amenities and catering for up to 16 guests. She's 35 metres (115 feet) in length and has one single cabin for solo divers.
- Solaris Cruise Ship - No ratings or reviews yet on this 36 metre (118 feet) dive liveaboard with 5 single cabins. Designed with the solo dive traveller in mind and for up to 16 guests in total.
Travelling families in need of single cabins
If you're a travelling family and in need of single or twin cabins for your children, the above liveaboards will be ideal.
The following Galapagos liveaboards all have single beds in shared cabins. They are especially suited for solo divers who are happy to share with other solo divers.
Galapagos dive liveaboards with twin and triple cabins
- Calipso Liveaboard - No reviews yet on this 35.4 metre (116 feet) liveaboard dive boat, which was refurbished in 2019. Designed for a maximum of 16 guests and has a number of cabins with twin beds for single travellers who are happy to share a cabin.
- Nemo II Cruise Ship - Rated Superb and 9.4 out of 10, with 4.5 stars. The Nemo II dive liveaboard is a sailing catamaran offering scuba diving for up to 14 guests. Two of the cabins have single bunks for solo travellers happy to share with like-minded solo divers.
- Nemo III Cruise Ship - Rated Fabulous and 8.9 out of 10, with 4.5 stars. Like Nemo II, the Galapagos Nemo III is also a sailing catamaran liveaboard for up to 16 divers. This Galapagos liveaboard has cabins with single beds and there are cabins with an extra single bunk too.
- Galaxy Cruise Ship - Rated Exceptional and 9.6 out of 10, with 5 stars. This is a 35 metres (115 feet) Galapagos liveaboard suitable for up to 16 guests. She’s configured with a few twin-bed cabins for solo divers to share.
- Tip Top V - No reviews yet of this 34 metre (112 feet) Galapagos dive liveaboard that caters for single travellers. She has 6 cabins set up as twin cabins with single beds. This Galapagos dive liveaboard for single divers caters for up to 16 divers.
- Letty liveaboard - No reviews or ratings yet. Letty is designed for up to 20 guests and is a 25 metre (82 feet) dive liveaboard. This Galapagos liveaboard has both twin cabins and triple cabins designed for solo divers willing to share a cabin.
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