Lammer Law returns to Galapagos for the 2010 dive season
April 13, 2010 § Leave a Comment
One of the world’s largest trimarans designed and built for scuba diving and sailing, the eco-friendly 93-ft Lammer Law is a uniquely beautiful and seaworthy vessel. Thanks to her huge 42-ft beam has made this yacht the staple for live aboard cruises for years. It was announced today that she will be returning to the islands for the 2010 dive season offering divers live aboard cruises to Wolf and Darwin.
Lammer Law is big with a huge lounge and 8 spacious staterooms all with independently controlled air-conditioning units and private facilities. The rear deck canopy is the perfect place for organizing gear and when the day is done there is the upper deck where you can relax in a hammock watching the incredible wildlife that makes Galapagos Famous.
Limited space is still available during peak season. Check out Grundlefly’s Lammer Law Dive Blog documenting the trip. For more information on the Lammer Law and other dive opportunities in Galapagos check out Galapagos Dive