- Oscar, Engineer, Nautilus Explorer
- Vicente Martinez, Captain, Nautilus Under Sea
- TJ McKelvey, Captain, Nautilus Explorer
- Anna Clark, Hostess, Nautilus Under Sea
- Jill, Boat Operations, Head Office
- Sten Vikingo Johansson, Divemaster, Nautilus Under Sea
- Joel Ibarra, Mate, Nautilus Under Sea
- Jessie Hug, Divemaster, Nautilus Under Sea
- Hernan, Nautilus Under Sea
- Nubia Guardado, Nautilus Explorer
- Lieke de Smet, Hostess, Nautilus Explorer
- Kiki, Chef, Nautilus Explorer
- Jennifer, Boat Operations, Head Office
- Hector Peredo, Divemaster, Nautilus Explorer
- Zamir, Mate, Nautilus Explorer
Baja California, Mexico
At Nautilus Liveaboards we specialize in providing high voltage diving with Great White Sharks, Giant Mantas, Humpback Whales, Dolphins, Humboldt squid and all the big critters of Baja California, Mexico. We operate with bases in Cabo San Lucas, Ensenada and San Diego.
We have 4 larger ships with a mix of Cummins and Caterpillar machinery. The smallest ship is 105 feet. There is a 116 foot yacht, 132 foot passenger boat and 147 foot ship. We are also operating smaller day boats in Cabo San Lucas and San Diego and we have a planned continued fleet expansion.
We are very focussed on getting the job done, keeping the boats running, being very pro-active in maintenance and engineering. We dislike being reactive. With the continued expansion of our company, we are searching for the candidates with a good fit, as a Marine Engineer.
We are looking for guys who are comfortable getting their hands dirty and want everything to be ship shape and running properly. You are a tinkerer by nature. We really don’t care if you have a certificate or not, we can help you with that if needed. We are not looking for “Control Room type Engineers” with a 4-year college degree and no real hands-on experience. If you want to have an engine room that is gleaming and all your machinery in perfect working order, we might have a good home for you.
Because our ships are fairly small, you need to be a good ship mate and ready to jump in to help with whatever needs doing. Diving intrigues you and it’s even better if you’re a diver. To be a good fit for this position you need to be very organized, comfortable on a computer, have good communication and interpersonal skills, and have a complete buy in on our unwavering focus on integrity and always doing our best.
If you think you are a good fit for this position, we encourage you to send in your resume.