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Nautilus UnderSea

Nautilus UnderSea

$3095 USD / 8 nights Triple Cabin or $3395 USD Shared Stateroom



Length: 32 meters / 105 feet
Beam: 7 meters / 24 feet
Divers: 18
Engine: Caterpillar engine power
Nitrox $
WIFI Available
Tech and/or Rebreathers Supported

Schedules & Availability


Date

spaces

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01 MAR2024
8 nights
Socorro - giant mantas, sharks and dolphins
1 available space
USD 4089.-
1 available space

Departure/Arrival

embark:
01 Mar 2024
20:00
Cabo San Lucas
disembark:
09 Mar 2024
08:30
Cabo San Lucas

Prices & Availability

Premium Suite
Upper Deck
USD 5244.-
fully booked
Stateroom
Lower Deck
USD 4089.-
1 space only male
Triple Stateroom
Main Deck
USD 3669.-
fully booked

Surcharges payable with booking

Park Fees
USD
425.-

Surcharges payable at location

Does not include $35 fee per person port fee
USD
35.-
 Booking Request
19 MAR2024
8 nights
Socorro - giant mantas, sharks and dolphins
1 available space
USD 3669.-
1 available space

Departure/Arrival

embark:
19 Mar 2024
20:00
Cabo San Lucas
disembark:
27 Mar 2024
08:30
Cabo San Lucas

Prices & Availability

Premium Suite
Upper Deck
USD 5244.-
fully booked
Stateroom
Lower Deck
USD 4089.-
fully booked
Triple Stateroom
Main Deck
USD 3669.-
1 space

Surcharges payable with booking

Park Fees
USD
425.-

Surcharges payable at location

Does not include $35 fee per person port fee
USD
35.-
 Booking Request
13 APR2024
8 nights
Socorro - giant mantas, sharks and dolphins
1 available space
USD 3459.-
1 available space

Departure/Arrival

embark:
13 Apr 2024
20:00
Cabo San Lucas
disembark:
21 Apr 2024
08:30
Cabo San Lucas

Prices & Availability

Premium Suite
Upper Deck
USD 4929.-
fully booked
Stateroom
Lower Deck
USD 3774.-
fully booked
Triple Stateroom
Main Deck
USD 3459.-
1 space

Surcharges payable with booking

Park Fees
USD
425.-

Surcharges payable at location

Does not include $35 fee per person port fee
USD
35.-
 Booking Request
15 MAY2024
10 nights
Socorro - giant mantas, sharks and dolphins
3 available spaces
USD 3459.-
3 available spaces

Departure/Arrival

embark:
15 May 2024
20:00
Cabo San Lucas
disembark:
25 May 2024
08:30
Cabo San Lucas

Prices & Availability

Premium Suite
Upper Deck
USD 4929.-
fully booked
Stateroom
Lower Deck
USD 3774.-
fully booked
Triple Stateroom
Main Deck
USD 3459.-
3 spaces

Surcharges payable with booking

Park Fees
USD
595.-

Surcharges payable at location

Does not include $35 fee per person port fee
USD
35.-
 Booking Request
25 MAY2024
8 nights
Socorro - giant mantas, sharks and dolphins
7 available spaces
from
USD 3459.-
7 available spaces

Departure/Arrival

embark:
25 May 2024
20:00
Cabo San Lucas
disembark:
02 Jun 2024
08:30
Cabo San Lucas

Prices & Availability

Premium Suite
Upper Deck
USD 4929.-
fully booked
Stateroom
Lower Deck
USD 3774.-
4 spaces
Triple Stateroom
Main Deck
USD 3459.-
3 spaces

Surcharges payable with booking

Park Fees
USD
425.-

Surcharges payable at location

Does not include $35 fee per person port fee
USD
35.-
 Booking Request
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Nautilus UnderSea
Nautilus UnderSea
Nautilus UnderSea
Nautilus UnderSea
Nautilus UnderSea
The Nautilus UnderSea was previously known as the Undersea Hunter of Cocos Island. With a full-width superstructure, enclosed dive deck and lengthened to 105 ft, the UnderSea is perfect for smaller groups of just 19 divers. This ship also has two cabins, the Roasrio Suites, that are ADA-compliant and handicap accessible.
Many divers know this ship as the Undersea Hunter of Cocos Island and IMAX films. With upgrades including lengthening by 20 feet, a new superstructure, an enclosed dive deck and host of other improvements, you can hardly recognize the original ship. The special feature of the UnderSea is the group size of just 18 divers combined with Nautilus comfort, a huge dive deck and water level platform. Divers should note that this ship was launched in 1968 and is not as new as other ships in the Nautilus fleet.
The Nautilus ships cruise the waters of the Sea of Cortez, La Paz, Cabo San Lucas, Cabo Pulmo Marine Park, Guadalupe Island and the Socorros Islands in search of the big critters. Great white sharks, hammerheads, whale sharks, silky sharks, bait balls, giant mantas, sea lions, and dolphins are all encountered. These ships are packed with adventure and amazing shark encounters. And the Cabo Pulmo UNESCO site filled with more than 6,000 marine species.
The Nautilus UnderSea offers EAN 32% and supports technical diving and rebreathers. This ship also has two cabins, the Roasrio Suites, that are ADA-compliant and handicap accessible.
Text and photos courtesy of Nautilus Liveaboards



Dive Conditions

Located 240 miles (390 kilometers) off the Baja Peninsula, the four Revillagigedo Islands offer some of the best diving in Mexico. Of these, Socorro Island is the most famous. It’s so well-known that often the group of islands is referred to as Socorro Is
All diving at Socorro Island is carried out by liveaboard. These vessels depart from Cabo San Lucas and generally spend about a week around the island and its neighbors. It takes approximately 24 hours transit time to reach this remote destination from th
It’s also important to note that diving at Socorro Island should not be attempted by novice divers. The currents are strong and unpredictable, relegating this to advanced divers only. Because of the biosphere regulations of Socorro Island, divers are proh
November to May is considered the best time to dive in Socorro Island. Liveaboards set sail for this remote island at this time, because the sea conditions in the Pacific are calmest during these months. The weather is generally sunny with occasional rain
Manta rays can be seen throughout the year in Socorro, but during the winter months, divers also have the chance of spotting a whale shark or one of the thousands of humpbacks that breed and calve in the area. At this time, visibility is negatively impact
Water Temperature ranges from 21-23C/70-74F during the winter and 24-28C/76-82f during late fall and spring. Usually, a 5mm wetsuit with an optional hooded vest works well at Socorro. Dive gloves are not permitted at Socorro by law. Underwater visibility