Galapagos (Master Liveaboards)

A guide to the sites and marine life you are likely to encounter when visiting the Galapagos about our cruises aboard the Master Liveaboards. For more information on our cruises see http://www.masterliveaboards.com.

20 dive sites

Accessible in your logbook when you log a dive.

  • San Cristobal Island
  • Seymour North
  • Punta Carrion
  • Mosqueras
  • Wolf Island
  • El Durrumbe (the Landslide)
  • La Ventana (the Window)
  • La Banana
  • Punta Shark Bay
  • Anchorage
  • Hat Island
  • Pinaculos (The Pinnacle)
  • Darwin's Arch
  • Douglas Cape
  • Punta Vicente Roco
  • Punta Albermale
  • Roca Redonda
  • Cabo Marshall
  • Tagos Cove
  • Cousin's Rock

41 species

To identify the species you saw more easily.

  • Galapagos Bullhead Shark
  • Scalloped Hammerhead Shark
  • Giant Manta Ray
  • Devilray
  • Green Turtle
  • Blue Footed Booby
  • Gal├ípagos Batfish
  • Galapagos Penguin
  • Hawksbill Sea Turtle
  • Whale Shark
  • Yellowfin Tuna
  • Whitetip Reef Shark
  • Yellow And Blueback Fusilier
  • Marine Iguana
  • Garden Eel
  • King Angelfish
  • Harlequin Shrimp
  • Garden Eel
  • Longlure Frogfish
  • Chestnut Moray
  • Pacific Sea Horse
  • Red Faced Booby
  • Galapagos Fur Seal
  • Moorish Idol
  • Black Striped Salema
  • Longnose Hawkfish
  • Bottlenose Dolphin
  • Silky Shark
  • Fregata Minor
  • Gal├ípagos Sea Lion
  • Resident Manta Ray
  • Blotched Fantail Ray
  • Galapagos Shark
  • Zebra Moray Eel
  • Sargo
  • Dusky Nembrotha
  • Bottle Brush
  • Spotted Eagle Ray
  • Bigeye Trevally
  • Blackfin Barracuda
  • Pacific Cownose Ray

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