We spent our time this week at the Loreto National Park looking for whales and dolphins.Read More
19 april 2011 Roca Partida , Socorro islands , Revillagigedo , Pacific Ocean, Mexico Same mother and calf humpback as last trip are visiting us! And a Galapago sharks swallows a 5 ft green Moray eel in front of our masks! Today we had two great dives with as well beautiful show of humpbacks breaching […]Read More
We enjoyed having David aboard the Nautilus as much as he appreciated our efforts to provide a first class diving expedition. David was on our Clipperton Atoll Trip in April 2010 but we felt his story was worth sharing with you today. Enjoy his beautiful images as well! 31 dives / 31 hours underwater….15 days […]Read More
Roca Partida is for me a temple in the heart of mother ocean that I hope will bring joy and excitement to many more ocean lovers. 18 April 2011. Roca Partida. Socorro Island. Pacific Ocean.
We had the most calmest crossing leaving Clipperton for Socorro Island, Yesterday the sea was like glass. When the sun set blood red in the horizon in the west the full moon raised in silver at the same time in the south east. I think we all where there out side taking fotos. The flying […]Read More
We have around 15 hours remaining until we reach our old backyard of the Socorro Islands after departing Clipperton Atoll. After one dive each at San Benedicto and Socorro on our way south to Clipperton, our only remaining island of the 3 core Socorro islands is Roca Partida. We will arrive there around noon tomorrow […]Read More
Diving with resting humpback whale mother and calf! We decided on our extra long trip to take out a third day at Roca Partida and we did not regret it! The dives had been good and the whaling even better! On the 4 dives that we did today on all 4 we saw whales! Photo […]Read More
Question: How was your day? Today was one of this very special days not only of being at Roca Partida, direct arriving at the Rock. We are getting visited by a mother and calf and an escort direct coming up to the Nautilus Explorer. We cancel the first day direct and start to snorkel […]Read More