Galapagos Master Liveaboard is built of steel and is the most eco-friendly dive liveaboard cruising. Built in 2004 the yacht, known as Deep Blue, joined the Master Liveaboards brand and underwent a full refit in November 2014. The refit was supervised by the experienced yacht builders of Worldwide Dive and Sail, Jan & Frank van der Linde, who have also brought you the Siren Fleet.
Nine well-appointed modern cabins are located on three decks. On the upper deck are four flexible double bed cabins that can be reverted to two twin beds. These cabins have two windows. On the middle deck is one fixed double bed cabin with two windows. The lower deck has four twin cabins with two single beds that can be converted to double bed. These cabins have a small window. All cabins are airconditioned with ensuite bathroom and central heated hot water. Other cabin facilities include a wall fan, a hair dryer and a safety deposit box.
Communal areas are comprised of a spacious indoor lounge, on the middle level, with cushioned bench seating and plasma screen for movie and photo viewing. Adjacent to the lounge is the indoor dining area complete with cocktail bar.
An indoor camera set-up station, with numerous charging points (US flat pin plug) and storage drawers is situated to the rear providing ample room for a full photography charter group. Further camera preparation areas can be found on the rear deck next to the dive deck.
For those who enjoy to relaxing in the sun there is the top-level sun deck or upper level bow area with additional cushioned loungers provided for your comfort. The upper level has shaded outdoor bench seating with cushioned loungers from where you can enjoy the fresh air and views of the Galapagos. Guests are free to take advantage of the gangways on both the port and starboard sides to walk around the yacht or visit the Captain in his bridge on the upper deck.
The dive deck is found on the aft of the lower level deck. Individual dive equipment set up areas are provided, with under bench storage for all your personal items. Rinse tanks are conveniently located for washing dive equipment and camera gear. There are two shower heads for those wishing for a quick post-dive rinse down.
A further 2 deck heads are situated on the starboard side of the boat, just in front of the salon entrance.
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