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Diving with Marine Iguanas of The Galapagos

I was lucky enough to take a long awaited dive trip to the Galapagos in 2021! This trip was a liveaboard on the Galapagos Sky, but it wasn't your ordinary liveaboard trip either. For one, we got to go to the northern most islands of Wolf and Darwin. These islands are quite a bit further north, so they aren't visited nearly as much as the other islands. These islands also offered the most impressive shark dives on the entire trip. I saw more sharks on any one of those dives than I have seen on all my hundreds of other dives put together. The second reason this trip was a little extra special was because everyone on the trip was diving rebreathers. This really kicked it up to the next level because the marine life doesn't get spooked by rebreather divers like they do by regular scuba divers with all of their noisy bubbles 😉. Personally, was diving a Poseidon Se7en with all of the tech upgrades. But there was a mix of rebreathers represented on the trip by various divers. Mar

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