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  • “It felt like being right in a National Geographic documentary”

    “This is the calmest ocean I’ve ever seen out here, and I’ve been on countless trips to Socorro”, chef Steve on the Gallant Lady announced, while serving an absolute delicious breakfast. Only moments later, Captain Adrian interrupted our meal, announcing dolphins through the radio. Everybody rushed out on deck, to witness a unique natural spectacle. Bottlenose dolphins were jumping out of the water as far as we could see, surrounding us and following us at the tip of the boat.

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  • two giant mantas looking playful in the revillagigedo waters, photo by michael pyerin

    Diver’s favourite: Archipelago de Revillagigedo

    When I meet master divers I always ask them to tell me their favorite dive(s). That is how the Archipelago de Revillagigedo moved to the top of my “bucket list”… and it has lived up to its reputation for hugeness – both in size and numbers of the sea life.

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  • diver gets a good camera angle of a giant manta near the surface

    Magical Mantas at The Boiler

    Today at El Boiler we had hawksbill turtles, dolphins, mantas, silvertip sharks, galapagos sharks. On our last dive of the day something magical happened. The chevron manta that was checking at us during the last 20 minutes on the dive, came to say goodbye when we left the reef to do our safety stop…

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  • amazing golden sunset in the revillagigedo archipelago

    Pod of dolphins, mantas, and humpbacks!

    Boiler has been good so far with a pod of dolphins around the divers and mantas just at once. A humpback whale was jumping out of water about four or five times, showing us how big they can be. The water temperature is 74F, mild current to strong in most of the dive sites, visibility 60 to 70 ft. Another great dive!

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  • pack of dolphins in the navy revillagigedo waters

    Beautiful dive sites can get crazy!

    Yesterday was the best dives I ever had at the dive site Canyon. It’s a beautiful dive site where we usually go on the 1st day, where we sometimes see hammerheads and mantas. But yesterday was CRAZY. 3 out of the 4 dives were were absolutely outstanding, playful dolphins, mantas, and schooling hammerheads 3 times!

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  • two giant manta rays seemingly doing an aquatic dance together

    Fabulous team & dive masters

    The Dive Masters knowledge of all sites (Coeoiats Cannon, Roca Partida, Punta Tosca, The Boiler and Fondeadero) was invaluable. We were split into 3 dive teams that the dive masters rotated between all groups allowing them to get to know their guests on a one-to-one basis and not just by sight on the boat.

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  • diver floats and plays with regulator bubbles

    Best ever diving on the Nautilus UnderSea

    On almost every dive, we encountered friendly giants mantas, massive tunas, and on 3 dives, the biggest fish of the ocean: a whale shark. Some of us were lucky enough to witness the few hours before birth of a baby dolphin, a couple of divers got the privilege to see the healthy baby 4 days later.

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