Nautilus Swell 100 Year Birthday Celebration
Join us for a 100 Year Birthday Celebration
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Bidding Starts at $100!!
Port Hardy, BC Oct. 7th – Oct. 14th 2012
Boarding: Port Hardy – Oct. 7th – 5:30pm
Disembardking: Port Hardy – Oct. 14th – 8:30am
Most B.C. trips are 8 days / 7 nights. Dives are planned around the
slack tides which usually limits us to 3 dives per day plus the odd
night dive. Diving and itinerary is subject to the Captain’s discretion
but you can bet that we will do our absolute best to maximize your
Day 1: Evening board in Port Hardy. Depart for Shushartie Bay
Day 2: Shushartie Bay and reposition to Browning Pass late afternoon
Day 3: Browning Pass
Day 4: Browning Pass
Day 5: Deserter Group
Day 6: Stubbs Island
Day 7: Pearse Islands
Day 8: Disembark in Port Hardy in AM
100 Year Celebration
We are putting up 4 berths for bid on ebay with a $100 minimum bid.
That is right, a $1795 trip diving Port Hardy could be yours for as
little as $100. Stop by our ebay store and make your bid now.
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Join our 100 year celebration Expedition on the M/V Nautilus Swell.
Travel back in time onboard this Classic 1912 Vessel that has undergone
a $3.9 Million Dollar Renovation. We will take you on this undersea
odyssey starting at Port Hardy in Beautiful British Columbia. You will
start out with dives in all of the well known locations such as Browning
Pass and God’s Pocket. You will see walls of colourful life so thick
there is not one square inch of bare rock. You will encounter wolf eels
and giant pacific octopus, schools of herring and rockfish. A
British Columbia Peak Season Diving
B.C. diving is heaven for those who appreciate and enjoy the challenge
of dry-suit diving. Giant pacific octopus, wolf-eels and nudibranchs galore.
Giant kelp forests with large lingcod cruising by, vertical walls so densely
covered in life that there isn’t even a square inch in which you can touch
the wall. It’s no wonder that this was ranked as the best diving in the North
America 3 years in a row by a well known dive magazine. However, don’t take
everyone else’s word for it. This is a destination that you have to come see
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