Nautilus Under Sea is a professional deluxe vessel runs by Nautilus Fleet, formerly known as Undersea Hunter, it offering dive liveaboard trips to Socorro Islands and Guadalupe Island according to the dive seasons. It can accommodate up to 19 guests.
Nautilus Under Sea was belongs to the Undersea Hunter Group and operates in the Cocos Island in Costa Rica before, recently it has been bought by the Nautilus Fleet, after a completely refurbished in 2016 with a modern interior and new layout, it began his new adventure from October 2016 in the sea of Mexico.
Nautilus Under Sea size 28 meters in length and 8 meters in beam, cruise at maximum 10 knots. It was originally a research vessel, built in Florida in 1968 for Perry Oceanographic, it also used for 20 years as a submarine support vessel. It has completed hundreds of research and photographic missions, it even participated as support vessel for the James Bond movie "License to Kill".
On the main deck, there are the lounge/dining area, with comfortable couches surrounded by windows as well, a multi-system television, VCR, CD stereo and slide projector, DVD player and Multimedia Sony VAIO Laptop Computer, library and an indoor bar.
The meals onboard are varied, abundant and nutritionally well-balanced. There are fresh tropical fruits, salads, fish, chicken, beef, and much much more, all prepared in a variety of ways. One night during the cruise, the chefs even will prepare BBQ dinner. Vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, food allergy options, and quasi kosher menus are available with at least 30 days prior notice.
Tea, coffee, juice, soda are included in your trip price. Onboard, there is a wide variety of alcoholic beverages stashed in our onboard bar including: red wine, white wine, champagne, vodka, gin, tequila, rum, mezcal, brandy, bourbons, single malt scotch and beer (mexican and domestic).
Nautilus Under Sea has a large dive deck is located on the back of the main deck, it is spacious and well equipped with individual personal gear storages and an in-place fill station, a camera table, large rinse tanks, and hot/cold freshwater showers, and after each dive, the crew will greet you with a warm towel.
For photographers there is a large deck-mountable Pro-Lab consisting of a 10 ft. x 10 ft. self-contained specialised movie / video camera workstation and dedicated work tools.
Nautilus Under Sea also have a large sundeck with plenty of room & chaise longues to relax, view the scenery, read a book or chat with new friends. And there is a hot tub (Jacuzzi) with fresh sparkling clear water for guest have a relaxing afternoon soak or a glass of wine or frosty cerveza under the evening stars.
Nautilus Under Sea has 9 comfortable guest cabins, it can accommodate up to 19 guests per trip:
All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, windows and/or portholes, and all rooms offer plenty of hooks to hang clothes and store camera equipment, internet via Wi-Fi can be reachble for all area on board.
1 Premium Suite :
Located on the upper deck, it includes a king sized double bed, can be configured into two single beds side by side, flat screen TV, multiple windows, plenty of storage space and easy access to the hot tub.
1 Double Stateroom :
Located on the main deck, this is ADA compatible cabin with handicapped accessible facilities, comes with one double bed and one single bed in bunk style, port windows.
1 Quad Stateroom :
Located on the main deck, with four single beds (two sets in bunk style), port windows. The cabin usually used as a triple cabin for 3 guests.
1 Double Stateroom :
Located on the lower deck, this cabin comes with one double bed, portholes.
1 Double Stateroom :
Located on the lower deck, this cabin comes with two single beds in bunk style, portholes.
4 Double Staterooms :
Located on the lower deck, each cabin comes with one double bed and one single bed in bunk style, portholes.
Guadalupe Route : Unlimited cage dives
Socorro Route : 3 - 4 dives per diving day
All divers must have a submersible console (SMB).
No dive provided on the day of arrival and departure.
All diving will provide experienced guide to lead the dive.
Both divers and non-divers are welcome for Guadalupe trips.
Divers must reach AOW with at least 50 logged dives for Socorro.
- Nitrox：Available with additional charge
- 15L Tanks：Available with additional charge
- REBREATHER Dive：Available with additional charge
- Technical Dive：Not available at the moment
- Dive Equipment Rental：Available with additional charge
- Dive insurance：Divers must have valid dive insurance
- Wi-Fi Internet ：Available with additional charge
- Laundry Service：Not available at the moment
- Massage Service：Not available at the moment
- Payment on board：By cash only (USD/MXN)
- Crew Number：Unknown, include 2 dive guides
Cabins & prices
- Air tanks & weights & weight belts
- Daily housekeeping service
- Land transfer on arrival/depature date
- All meals & complimentary beverages (water & tea & coffee)
- Soft drinks in bottles and/or cans
- Dive guide service
- Fuel surcharge
- Dinner on final evening
- Boat accident insurance
- Domestic flights
- Alcoholic beverages (beer or/and wine)
- Crew gratuity
- Dive equipment rentals
- Dive insurance
- Travel insurance ( cancellation insurance)
- Larger tank (15 L)
- Nitrox fills
- Marine park fees/Port fees