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Ship name

Galileo

The scuba safari ship

Max Pax: 16
Number of Crew: 11
Length: 101 Feet
Max Cruising Speed: 12 Knots
Type: Sun Deck

Introduction

A sense of expedition, science and adventure is in the air aboard the Galileo liveaboard. And, that is not only because this ship is often cruising the distant waters of the spectacular Huvadhoo and Laamu Atolls in the Maldives, but also because the standard of equipment aboard the Galileo liveaboard is remarkable. Galileo is equipped with state-of-the-art devices including underwater stabilisers, automatically-inflating rescue rafts, rope-cutters, two turbo-diesel 1,000 horse power engines, three separate rudders, a weather report station and auto-pilot, all of which ensure comfort and safety aboard this Marine-Epoxy vessel. The sophisticated interior design of the Galileo, which features teak floors also assures an adequate level of comfort for scuba divers staying on board this high-tech ship during their scuba diving trip in the Maldives.

Accommodation

Maximum of 16 guests

Accommodation in air-conditioned cabins with window, en-suite shower (hot water) and WC. Daily cleaning. Towels provided.

Fast Facts – Rooms:
Rooms: 8 Air Conditioning: Yes
Windows: Yes
En-suite: Yes
Hot water bathrooms: Yes
Power Supply: 220V
Room Service: Yes

Package

The ship is equipped with state-of-the-art scuba diving technology, including GPS, radar and echo sound. The vessel was constructed in accordance with the German Lloyds standards, and as such is one of the finest, most secure boats offering scuba safaris in the Maldives today.

Internet Access
Zodiac with strong outboard engine
Yamaha Jet ski (145 HP)
Waterski
Wakeboard
3 Multitec sound systems on all decks
DVD Player
Wide-screen beamer
Satellite TV
24/7 docking station for cameras, lamps etc. on main deck
Power sockets in all rooms

Food

Stays aboard Galileo are offered on an all-inclusive basis, which includes three meals, snacks and all non-alcoholic beverages. There is a full bar on board with local and international liquors, all sold at reasonable prices.

Diving

Galileo is the ideal liveaboard scuba safari ship for a group of intrepid scuba divers. 8 comfortable, air-conditioned cabins sleep up to 16 people in single beds. All rooms feature en-suite hot water bathrooms and have exterior windows allowing for breathtaking views from every cabin.

The ship is equipped with state-of-the-art scuba diving technology, including GPS, radar and echo sound. The vessel was constructed in accordance with the German Lloyds standards, and as such is one of the finest, most secure boats offering scuba safaris in the Maldives today.

Aside from two or three dives per day and diving lessons, other activities on board Galileo include jet skiing, wake boarding and underwater dive scooters.

A seven night trip includes 17 dives, which can be taken at more than 400 dive sites throughout the Maldives, allowing divers to get up close and personal with a plethora of marine species, including rays, sharks, dolphins and turtles, not to mention all the fish.

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