Mexico: 10 liveaboards available for upcoming departures
Nautilus Belle Amie
Nautilus Belle Amie Liveaboard in Mexico is a purpose-built liveaboard, 41 metres in length, designed with diver comfort and safety in mind. She has a large, spacious interior with 16 bright and airy cabins accommodating up to 30 guests. There is a camera charging station and a spacious dive deck. The three high-speed skiffs ensure quick and easy access to the dive sites while providing for additional safety. Along with her sister ships, she offers fantastic itineraries to Guadalupe and the Socorro Islands.
Rocio Del Mar
Rocio del Mar Liveaboard in Mexico is 27 metres in length and offers three amazing itineraries through the year. She accommodates 20 guests in 10 comfortable cabins all with en-suite facilities and climate control. There is an indoor lounge, dining area and a sundeck with loungers and BBQ. The dive deck is spacious and organised with excellent storage and seating. There is nitrox available plus for photographers, there is a camera table or prep area.
Nautilus Gallant Lady
Gallant Lady liveaboard in Mexico is a 35m vessel offering a spacious luxury option for 12 guests in Mexico. She has six suites, including one premium which can be set up as a double or twin, all with en suite bathrooms and climate control. The main saloon combined with dining area has wrap around windows for a perfect sea view. The upper level has a sky lounge and a sundeck with cushioned beds. The dive deck is well organised with nitrox available and rebreather support.
Socorro Vortex Liveaboard in Mexico is a new vessel for 2018, this 43 metre vessel caters for only 14 guests and offers first class deluxe accommodation in both twin and double cabins. There is plenty of relaxation space on board, including the main deck lounge with entertainment system and bar. Dining is alfresco next to the outdoor lounge area with comfortable seating, and the sun deck has loungers. The dive deck was designed with divers in mind.
Nautilus Explorer Liveaboard in Mexico is a 35m steel vessel that was purpose-built for divers. She has 13 cabins and can accommodate 25 guests easily in her eight staterooms, three superior suites and one premium suite. All cabins have individually controlled air conditioning and en-suite bathrooms. There is a spacious lounge and dining area along with a large sun deck. The dive deck is well organised with a camera storage area for each diver.
Nautilus Under Sea
Nautilus Under Sea Liveaboard in Mexico is a 28 metre steel converted research vessel that is ideal for smaller dive groups. She can easily accommodate up to 17 guests in her eight twin and triple staterooms. There is a spacious lounge and dining area along with a large sun deck. The dive deck is well organised with a camera storage area for each diver. Along with her sister ships, she offers fantastic itineraries to Guadalupe and the Socorro Islands.
Quino El Guardian
Quino El Guardian Liveaboard in Mexico is a 25 metre vessel with state of the art electronics and safety equipment, built for scientific expeditions in the Mexican waters. She accommodates 16 guests plus another two if a charter is organised. She has three itineraries throughout the year offering world class diving. The dive deck is spacious and well organised, with all dives completed from tenders. For relaxing, there is a partially covered sundeck with comfortable seating and a spacious dinning lounge area.
A new addition to the Aggressor Fleet in 2018, the Socorro Aggressor is a 41m yacht built for both power and comfort. She has 13 cabins to accommodate 26 guests with en suite bathrooms, climate control and flat screen TV with a selection of movies. The comfortable saloon and dining area has an entertainment system, and delicious meals are served with both local and international cuisine. The large sun lounge area is shaded, and there is a sun deck area with a jacuzzi.
Solmar V Liveaboard in Mexico is a luxury 34 metre vessel, she accommodates 22 guests in her staterooms located on the lower deck. The saloon has comfortable seating and an entertain-ment system, and the dining on board is excellent. The diving is either from the main vessel or the panga depending on the location and nature of the dive site. The dive deck is spacious with a large camera preparation area.
Valentina Cortez liveaboard in Mexico is a 38-metre liveaboard vessel designed for diving. This vessel accommodates 20 guests comfortably. Her ten cabins are a mix of styles with a double and twin beds; all have ensuite bathrooms and climate control. The dining room is combined with the lounge and offers various cuisines, and the bar has a large choice of drinks available. The sundeck has many loungers and a shaded area. The dive deck is well designed with storage areas and charging points.