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Nautilus Explorer Liveaboard

The Nautilus Explorer was launched in the year 2000, a custom designed ship for divers. The Nautilus Explorer can accommodate up to 27 guests and has ample room to find a quiet place to read, chat, fill out your divelog or work on editing the images you shot that day – whether in the separate dining room, main salon or one of the upper sundecks. The main salon also serves as the ship’s entertainment centre with very comfy couches, a great library, a well stocked bar and select evening video showings, presentations and slide shows. And don’t forget the hot tub for enjoying a soak under the stars after a day of diving.

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The Nautilus Explorer has a range of accommodations to suit all price levels and preferences ranging from a luxurious Premium suite on the hot tub deck to a cost effective triple occupancy cabin on the lower deck. Imaginative and fresh cuisine is served daily on the Nautilus Explorer. Soups are homemade, bread, pastries and desserts are baked onboard and there is always lots to eat with up to 4 meals a day, a choice of entrees and plenty of snacks. They offer a mix of both buffet and table service with a menu that combines North American and European tastes and also a touch of Mexico.

Nautilus Explorer offers the following itineraries:
-Socorro Islands
-Sea of Cortez
-Orcas and Mobulas
-Magdalena Bay Striped Marlin Sardine Run

Prices include: Cabin accommodation on Nautilus Explorer, all diving, tanks/weights/weight belts, all meals, snacks, non-alcoholic beverages (including sodas) and 16% Mexican Tax.