Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than those you did.
– Mark Twain
Socorro: Beyond ExpectationsIt is almost impossible to organize a liveaboard better than the one we had during the last week. Nature remains still nature. The essence of nature showed up also during the last …
Giuseppe Caruso and Gabrielo Mauro Tini, Italy, 25 November 2023→ Read More
Eye to Eye with MantasBefore this trip, I had not been on a Liveaboard or, more importantly, seen a Giant Pacific Manta outside of an aquarium. The unbelievable experience at The Boiler was all I needed…
Jared Galvin – US, 25 November 2023→ Read More
Socorro: Aquatic OdisseyThe trip was really nice and well organized, we saw way more animals than we expected on forehand. On our second dive, a big school of hammerhead sharks swam passed us, which was r…
Joyce Vierveijzer – Curacao, 25 November 2023→ Read More
Socorro: From Desire to RealitySocorro has been my desire since I´ve been here as a teenager. One of the first trips I did as a diver was to Archipelago Revillagigedo and since then I couldn´t help but want to…
Alisa – Russia, 25 November 2023→ Read More
Captain Chronicles: Beneath the SurfaceIt’s been a warm day in Cabo, you’ve had a few beers or shots of tequila and you’re ready for the day to come to an end. The sun is just starting to set and you&#…
Ramón Orona García, 21 November 2023→ Read More
Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2023-11-30 – 30 November 2023Some guests are resting, and others organizing their diving equipment to pack. Yesterday, during the afternoon dives in the Canyon, a good school of Hammerhead Sharks was seen.→ Read More
Captain’s Noon Reports – Belle Amie – 2023-11-29 – 29 November 2023The dive however is pretty impressive, with loads of mantas, some of the guests have seen a handful of hammerheads, Galapagos are in the area.→ Read More
Captain’s Noon Reports – Explorer – 2023-11-29 – 29 November 2023We did 3 beautiful dives, mantas, hammerheads, white tips, a few hammerheads, lots of parrot fish, and sting rays.→ Read More
Captain’s Noon Reports – Gallant Lady – 2023-11-29 – 29 November 2023This morning guests saw a whale near the coast, and divers on the rhib reported me guests were happy. At noon they saw another whale.→ Read More
Captain’s Noon Reports – Under Sea – 2023-11-29 – 29 November 2023The divers saw Hammerhead Sharks at the cleaning station, Galapagos, a manta that remained at the cleaning station, and a Dolphin.→ Read More
Your Home at sea
Our liveaboard diving ships were constructed with careful consideration. Relentless and obsessive attention to safety has been a cornerstone of our business from our very early days in the 1980’s.
132 feet long
SOLAS safety certifiedTour Ship
Nautilus Belle Amie
Launched in 2015
147 feet long
105 feet long
Enclosed dive deckTour Ship
Nautilus Gallant Lady
116 feet long
6 large suites
1,700 horsepowerTour Ship
We go above and beyond
Excellence in guest experience is all about you. Our focus is to ensure that you as our guest are safe and able to enjoy your vacation to the highest level.
Socorro: Beyond ExpectationsGiuseppe Caruso and Gabrielo Mauro Tini, Italy, 25 November 2023It is almost impossible to organize a liveaboard better than the one we had during the last week. Nature remains still nature. The essence of nature showed up also during the last week: in some dive sites, we had the chance to admire fantastic pelagic creatures, while other sites seemed to be quite empty but […]
Eye to Eye with MantasJared Galvin – US, 25 November 2023Before this trip, I had not been on a Liveaboard or, more importantly, seen a Giant Pacific Manta outside of an aquarium. The unbelievable experience at The Boiler was all I needed for this to be an amazing introduction to what is capable on a Liveaboard. In the middle of the Pacific, under the backdrop […]
Socorro: Aquatic OdisseyJoyce Vierveijzer – Curacao, 25 November 2023The trip was really nice and well organized, we saw way more animals than we expected on forehand. On our second dive, a big school of hammerhead sharks swam passed us, which was really amazing. We also saw dolphins on multiple occasions which were really curious and playful. Although we expected to see the manta’s […]
Socorro: From Desire to RealityAlisa – Russia, 25 November 2023Socorro has been my desire since I´ve been here as a teenager. One of the first trips I did as a diver was to Archipelago Revillagigedo and since then I couldn´t help but want to come back. This year my dream came true finally and it was even better than I expected. First of all, […]
Sardine Run at its best!Pascal – Grateful Dive Guide, 21 November 2023Hundreds of Mahi Mahi hitting on the bait balls, together with dozens of Sea Lions swirling around the sardines, some Striped Marlins striking into the bait balls and all together decimating the sardine balls until the very last fish.
Our values and culture
Safety First, Always
Our culture of relentless and obsessive attention to safety has been a cornerstone of our business from our early days operating in the 1980’s.
Our focus is to ensure that you as our guest are safe and able to enjoy your vacation to the highest level. A happy crew makes for a happy ship and the very best in guest experience.
The best of
Our ships are crewed by teams of extremely hard-working men and women from around the world who love the ocean just as much as you do.
Gabino, the maestro of the Mexico Sardine Run.
Gabino, the maestro of Sardine Run get our guests onto large bait balls and lots of striped marlin in the waters off Magdalena Bay.
Sardine Run in Magdalena Bay Mexico
We are having our best season yet on the Mexico sardine run with non-stop action 20 miles off the coast of Magdalena Bay, Baja, Mexico.
We don’t like whales. Find out why.
As Captain Mike explains, I am a diver. When I go on vacation, it’s all about diving. I’ve seen loads of whales on our Alaska Liveaboard trips and have no desire to see any more. Then, my close friend and the founder of Baja Expeditions since 1974, Timo, passed away. Timo was a diving pioneer […]
Socorro, Cocos and Sea of Cortez are super popular right now.
We have been marketing Socorro trips for over 40 years, starting with the old Baja Explorador from BEX. Socorro emerged as an amazing diving destination and really took off with our Nautilus Explorer, which combines safety, excellence in guest experience, and affordable pricing. Base trips cost around $3500 per person for an 8-night trip with spectacular big animal diving. It’s a really good […]
Whale watching in Baja: The prime spot.
If you want to have a whale-watching experience like no other, we can assure you that it’s possible when you choose whale watching in Baja.
Why do gray whales migrate to Baja, Mexico?
Gray whales that migrate to Baja are evolving in front of our very eyes, adapting to avoid starvation and finding new ways to thrive.