Mexico Liveaboard Holidays
MV Nautilus Explorer
A luxury 116ft/35m purpose-built dive boat, Nautilus Explorer can accommodate up to 24 divers. Choose from one of 8 ensuite spacious staterooms, 3 superior suites and 1 premium suite with a separate lounge, ocean view windows, bath and two flat screen TV’s.
Diving mainly from the main vessel, there is a 38ft skiff available for dives if requested. Kitting up is from the large dive deck with ample storage space for your dive gear, camera station and drying room. Up to four dives a day are planned with a night snorkel with the silkies on each trip. Experienced Divemasters accompany each dive and all dives are preceded by a full briefing.
All have towels and bathrobes. On the main deck, relax in an air-conditioned saloon, download your photographs onto computers and enjoy a slide-show on the TV. The bar is always stocked with microbrew beers, wine and single malts for you to take on to the hot tub deck to watch the sunset. Dining is on the main deck with a sumptuous mix of a la carte and buffet style menus or BBQ style on the upper deck.
13 air-con ensuite staterooms and suites
SPECIFICATIONS: Lengthened to 132 feet in 2018, 27 ft beam, Built in Canada and launched in 2000, The world’s first fully SOLAS certified dive ship. Stabilized, ISM safety certified, Internet access and satellite phone, Cummins engine power,Air fills, nitrox, rebreather friendly.
NAVIGATION: GMDSS Area A3, Safety equipment: Oxygen kits, AED (defibrillator), extensive first aid kit, SOLAS passenger certificate, Divemaster services, Full equipment rental available
Fully equipped diving deck, Nitrox available.
Guadalupe: Face-to-Face with the Great White Sharks of Guadalupe Island.
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Schedule & Available Spaces
JORDAN RESORT DIVING
7 nights / 5 days diving
3 – 10 December 2019
26 January – 03 February 2020
The Dive Diaries
Insights, recommendations and dive experiences from our team
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