UPDATE; June 16th, 2020. Border closures by road were extended this morning until July 21st but air travel is OPEN between USA and Mexico. We know this for sure because we have been flying in and out of Cabo. The port of Cabo San Lucas partially reopened yesterday, June 15th. The parks and marine biosphere reserves in Mexico are not yet open. We are optimistic that we will be able to resume Socorro trips in early July and open our Guadalupe great white shark season later in July. Call us for more info!! 1-604-241-1918 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- 9 days, 8 nights. Nautilus Belle Amie.
- Boarding Wednesday July 8th and disembarking Thursday July 16th.
- US$2195 which is a savings of almost $1000 on stateroom accommodation!
Baja adventure. Cabo San Lucas to Ensenada/San Diego.
Diving the very best of the Pacific side including Rocas Alijos, San Benito and Cedros.
- 9 days, 8 nights. Nautilus Belle Amie.
- Boarding in Cabo on Thursday July 16th and disembarking Ensenada with transfers to San Diego on Friday July 24th.
- US$1795 for stateroom accommodation which saves you more than $1000 over regular pricing. Welcome aboard!
For more information about Baja adventure, please contact us at 1-604-241-1918 or email us at email@example.com
Sea of Cortez adventure.
Cabo San Lucas north to Bahia de Los Angeles with transfers to Ensenada/San Diego.
Some of the many highlights on this trip include San Pedro Martir – the gem of the Sea of Cortes – and Bahia de Los Angeles with loads of whale sharks
- August 20th board and depart. 8 nights. 9 days. Nautilus Gallant Lady and 32 foot high speed RHiB dive boat.
- US$2195 which is a savings of over $1000 on this trip as well!
- NOTE ; this is a soft opening. The yacht will be well tested and sea trialled but this is the first charter after shipyard refit, overhaul and refurbishment.
Our beautiful great white sharks of Guadalupe Island are waiting for you.
WE HAVE MADE SOME IMPROVEMENTS with personalized pickups from San Diego and Tijuana direct to our favourite full-service resort in Ensenada with only 6 guests per full-size van, super sanitation processes to keep everyone safe, van crossings northbound across the border with no need to disembark (and drag all your bags by hand) and 4 next generation UBER cages.
Huge in size. Next generation design. Plus even better safety features for both the sharks and our divers. These massive cages are over 13 feet long and incorporate ideas and thoughts gleaned from almost 20 years of experience diving with these white sharks. Check out how the front of the cage folds open in case of a shark being in distress to the fold down “escape platform” with an external ladder to the surface to the ergonomic repositioning of the dive ladder at the centre of the cage. We can’t wait to get these cages in the water.
Our new and better way to start your Guadalupe adventure working in partnership with the Hotel Coral in Ensenada. The covid19 virus has prompted us to rethink many different aspects of operations. We love Shredder, our luxury 54 passenger highway coach but we think there is a better and safer way to assist our guests in getting from San Diego to Ensenada and back. Shredder is going to be parked in the warehouse this year. Instead, hotel vans will be on standby to pick guests up when arriving at San Diego and Tijuana airports and several other locations – and whisk everyone straight to Ensenada with only 6 guests in what are normally 12 passenger vans.
All of the Hotel Coral services will be available to guests from discounted “best rate” hotel rooms to indoor and outdoor pools, full spa and massage services, gym, local tours (including Guadalupe wine valley), marina grill, kayaks, bikes and more. Our ships will be berthing right at the hotel. Transfers back to San Diego will be like never before with small groups of 6 and no need to disembark and walk across the border. Yes, you read that right. No more dragging bags and dive gear across the USA border. We are super excited to be partnered with the Hotel Coral and highly recommend spending several days in Ensenada before sailing away to Guadalupe.