Voyage to secluded ocean paradises with Aqua Blu
Snorkel across pristine coral reefs teeming with life and unearth captivating cultures on board Aqua Blu — a long-range 60m explorer yacht with 3 seasonal itineraries including UNESCO World Heritage Site Komodo National Park, Spice Islands, and Raja Ampat.
Aqua Mekong - an epic cultural journey
Aqua Mekong sets sails through Vietnam and Cambodia this September. Discover rich traditions distilled from 2,000 years of human heritage — from the Khmer empire to present-day Theravada Buddhism — in complete luxury.
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As a returning loyal customer, you will benefit from attractive rewards across Aqua Expeditions’ entire global fleet! You can now redeem exclusive rates when booking a voyage on any of our vessels.
20% Early Bird Bonus 2022, 2023 & 2024
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25% Local Resident Offer
Save 25% when you embark on one of our exotic adventures within the comforts of your country.
Nov 23rd, 2022
Travel+Leisure December 2022
“On trips down the Peruvian Amazon, passengers on the Aqua Nera can soak up the moody riverscape and spot pink dolphins from the top deck. What they may not realize is that the handrails and carpets of the Aqua Expeditions ship are helping to protect, in a small way, the delicate ecosystems all around them.”
Nov 6th, 2022
Country & Town House Nov/Dec 2022
“The fifth vessel to join the Aqua Expeditions fleet, Aqua Mare is the first true superyacht in the Galapagos Islands. A sort of homecoming for the company’s CEO and founder, Francesco Galli Zugaro, whose professional career in luxury travel began in Ecuador.”
Nov 2nd, 2022
Embraer Advantage Fall 2022
“Follow in Darwin’s footsteps on Aqua Mare, the first superyacht purpose-built for expeditions in the Galapagos Islands. Traveling in the Galapagos often feels like you’ve been dropped into a National Geographic nature documentary. Located in the Pacific Ocean, roughly 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador, the volcanic archipelago has some of the highest levels of endemism on the planet.”