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Beautiful boat with a crew many liveaboards can only dream about!

May 31, 2016 Written by

On our way back to Cabo San Lucas from our trip to San Benedicto, Roca Partido  and Socorro Island on board the Nautilus Belle Amie. I find it difficult to describe my feelings regarding this trip. Words as beautifull, amazing, great and wonderfull somehow seems to be insufficient.  But in fact they are not. Let me try to explain that. The Nautilus Belle Amie is a beautifull boat with a crew many live-aboards can only dream about. From the captain, the mates, the engineer to the divermasters, the hostesses and the deckhands everybody was there if you needed any help whatsoever.

Due to my personal condition I could not make all the dives but the ones I could make where great. The mantas,dolphins and sharks where all out there where we  could see them, maybe not every dive but nature rule, so no complaints here. To get 29 guests in the water four times a day is a bit puzzling but the crew managed it every time and always with a big smile.

On board it was more than pleasant as the meals and drinks were delicious due to the cook and our hostesses. I am looking forward to rejoin the crew in October for the Guadalupe trip

pn our way back to Cabo San Lucas from our trip to San Benedicto, Roca Partido  and Socorro Island on board the Nautilus Belle Amie. I find it difficult to describe my feelings regarding this trip. Words as beautifull, amazing, great and wonderfull somehow seems to be insufficient.  But in fact they are not. Let me try to explain that. The Nautilus Belle Amie is a beautifull boat with a crew many live-aboards can only dream about. From the captain, the mates, the engineer to the divermasters, the hostesses and the deckhands everybody was there if you needed any help whatsoever.

Due to my personal condition I could not make all the dives but the ones I could make where great. The mantas,dolphins and sharks where all out there where we  could see them, maybe not every dive but nature rule, so no complaints here. To get 29 guests in the water four times a day is a bit puzzling but the crew managed it every time and always with a big smile.

On board it was more than pleasant as the meals and drinks were delicious due to the cook and our hostesses. I am looking forward to rejoin the crew in October for the Guadalupe trip

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