The Nautilus liveaboard fleet in Baja California, Mexico is a perfect choice if you want to visit the big-fish destinations of Socorro and Guadalupe. For 25 years, Nautilus liveaboards have been diving these Mexican islands, getting customers up-close-and-personal with dolphins, mantas, whale sharks, and great whites. The fleet stands out in the crowd for their devotion to safety: all vessels are ISM and SOLAS-certified to the same level as cruise ships. But there’s no loss of comfort, luxury, o
Our job is to keep our guests and crew safe. Now more so than ever during the COVID-19 crisis. Please ensure you arrange for a PCR or
antigen test within 7 days of boarding. We will also be providing complimentary antigen testing before boarding. This is required
for your safety and that of our crew.
Learn to Scuba Dive for $99!
SSI open water scuba diver course – $99*
Lessons, fees, materials and boat diving FREE
Four-night hotel stay in Cabo San Lucas FREE
Savings up to $800
What’s the Catch?
This is an extension to any new booking for a July 2021 Guadalupe great white shark trip.
You will never forget the first time you put your face in the water. It’s a life experience. Breathing underwater. The only thing that could possibly be better than this is descending in one of our submersible cages several days later to go face to face with great white sharks!
*Terms & Conditions: Price is per person, based on two people sharing. $199 for solo travelers. Price includes taxes and certification fees, four days hotel accommodation in Cabo, a backscatter photography workshop, and either a three-day open water scuba diving certification with ocean diving or three-days boat diving in peak mobula season. Excludes airport transfers, equipment rental, meals in Cabo and crew gratuities. For new bookings only. From Cabo, it’s a two-hour flight to Tijuana and quick one-hour transfer to board your voyage to Guadalupe.
Swim with Orcas in the Sea of Cortez
Experience true exploration searching for famously elusive pods of orcas in the Sea of Cortez.
Mobula rays and orcas go together like sand and the sea, Tom and Jerry, gin and tonic…you get the gist.
From May to July, tens, perhaps hundreds of thousands, of mobulas congregate in enormous schools in the Sea of Cortez. Using airplane support, we’ll spend two days tracking and hopefully getting in the water with pods of orcas and, of course, thousands of mobula rays.
Complimentary when you sign up for our June 23, 2021 Socorro adventure.