It’s the last day of our endeavour in this beautiful place and we are constantly talking about all the highlights of every dive and the incredible animal interactions and memories that we shared together. It’s hard to believe that it is almost time to go back home and we are trying to squeeze every second out of our last dives. Multiple dolphin pods, manta squads, shark shivers and whale sights throughout this trip made us feel like the luckiest people in the whole world; especially under this world pandemic where life has changed for all of us. We are so thankful to Nautilus Liveaboards and their crew for taking such good care of us above and below the water. We appreciate all the precautions, flexibility and arrangements everly increasing due to all the current changes.
My heart goes out to all the divemasters whose job is way more than leading our dives. Everyone here is always working around the clock because there is so much to do on the boat. Celina is charming and amazing, Gato has been a blast to be around, Xavier is wonderful and Pascal is always attentive and aware, giving us the best adventures and teaching us about the wildlife here after every dive. Everyone has gone above and beyond to ensure we’ve had the best possible time.
- Rocio Gajon Bunker, Mexico onboard the Nautilus Belle Amie