Great day of diving at Cabo Pearce at the beautiful Socorro Island. We hade close encounters with dolphins and mantas and we got to see some humpback whales breaching at the surface, what a day!!! We are now anchored at Punta Tosca, another beautiful dive site in Socorro. We did a night snorkel and all […]Read More
It is with profound sadness and a heavy heart that we regret to announce that Nautilus divemaster Hector Peredo has passed away. On January 19th, while on the Nautilus Belle Amie in Socorro, Hector reported that he had a fever and a slight cough. In line with our strict COVID protocols, we took his temperature, […]Read More
We appreciate that some divers may be concerned about travel as a result of the recent coronavirus outbreak in China. The health and safety of our guests and crew is of the utmost importance to us and we continue to monitor the situation. At this time, there have been no confirmed cases of coronavirus identified in Mexico and all diving experiences are proceeding as scheduled.
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Satellite stations strategically placed at the dive-sites tell us that many shark species – including silky, silvertip and hammerhead –migrate between Cocos, Galapagos, Malpelo and Socorro. They navigate the corridors between these food-rich seamounts on what is known as the Shark Highway.Read More
Cabo Pulmo National Park, nesting in a unique landscape shaped over the last 25,000 years, was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1995 because of the significant diversity and importance of the marine species that inhabit the area. Today, the national park is home to 6,000 marine species.Read More