Mexico Liveaboard Holidays

Solmar V

TRADITIONAL LIVEABOARD

A traditional, purpose-built dive boat, 34m / 112ft long with wood interiors and a sturdy steel hull. Solmar V can accommodate up to 20 divers. Choose from one of 10 spacious, ensuite staterooms. Superior cabins are in the middle of the boat and slightly larger than the Standard cabins. Standard cabins include the same amenities as the Superior cabins but are slightly smaller and located from the middle of the boat forward. Each cabin features a/c with individual controls, bathroom, sink and shower, TV/DVD player, super comfy mattresses and non-allergenic down alternative pillows and duvets. Bathroom and dive deck towels are provided with basic toiletries.

Solmar V operates two 4-person cages, which hook to the swim platform, making it very easy and safe to get in and out of the cages, even in rough weather. The team pioneered submersible cages at Guadalupe and operate a 3-person submersible cage to 30 feet. With only 20 passengers and three cages, this enables them to rotate 10 guests in and out every hour all day long!

Schedule & Available Spaces

Offers

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