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  • No crew lay-offs, back-up plan to ensure everyone gets home.

    No crew lay-offs, back-up plan to ensure everyone gets home.
    These are terrible and difficult times.

    Our strength is our crew and staff. There will be no crew lay-offs at Nautilus without paycheque or stipend.

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  • March 18th Update

    Please stay safe and stay healthy.   We are continuing to operate all of our regular scheduled departures to Socorro. This is a terrible time. We will continue to safeguard our guests and our staff with extraordinary sanitation and hygiene protocols and processes.  If you don’t feel well or you are immunocompromised, please don’t travel.

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  • Please stay safe and stay healthy.

    Please stay safe and stay healthy. We are continuing to operate our scheduled departures to Socorro as long as there are divers who want to jump with our beautiful giant mantas, sharks, dolphins and humpback whales. We never have and will not stop obsessing over sanitation and hygiene since our very early days many years ago. We are now taking extreme measures for the safety of all our guests.

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  • Update on corona virus COVID19 precautions.

    COVID19 precautions

    There is nowhere we would rather be right now than out at sea with a small group of people and clean, fresh air and diving with our beautiful giant mantas, dolphins and sharks. We are especially excited about some spectacular encounters with humpback whales over the last week.

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  • COVID19 Update

    COVID19 Update

    Ahhh… Fresh air. A beautiful ocean breeze. At sea with a small group of like-minded divers heading out for some diving magic with the friendliest giant manta rays in the world. Where might this be, you wonder? Socorro! …

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  • WE SAVE LIVES!! The story of the Nautilus LifeLine.

    Since scuba diving and snorkeling has become popular with tourists, boats have lost track of divers time and again. Divers depend on boats and their crews for access to offshore dive sites, but often, they willingly entrust their lives to operators whose attitude to safety may not stand up to scrutiny.

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  • Why I put my 5 and 7 year old kids in the water with Great White Sharks.

    I love my kids. So what the heck was I thinking in 2005 when I put my 5 and 7 year old children in the water with great white sharks at Guadalupe Island?

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