Nautilus Liveaboards is back in full swing with more expeditions than ever before being highlighted at this year’s DEMA Show in Orlando, Florida.
Over the last nine years, they have gone from one working boat to a whopping 27, visiting places such as La Paz, San Ignacio Lagoon, Isla Espiritu Santo and so much more. In addition to scuba diving, Nautilus is offering trips for kayaking, camping, sailing, and even an eco-experience camp.
Nautilus’s brand-new expedition is called the Baja Ultimate Whales, which is an eight-day, seven-night “glamping” trip, in which you will get the chance to interact with gray whales, known to be the friendliest whales in the world. Along with the gray whales, sightings of humpbacks, fin whales, mega pods of dolphins, whale sharks, sea lions and potentially orcas and sperm whales are also possible.
The company is even equipped with their very own spotter plane which takes full advantage of it’s vantage point and communicates with the boats on where pods are located in the area.
Nautilus takes out more than 8,000 guests a year, both divers and non-divers alike. If you are not a certified scuba diver, their are charters for sailing, luxury liveaboard kayaking, and the eco-experience camp in Isla Espiritu Santo designed to give their guests a “zero footprint” excursion.