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We swim with the friendliest giant mantas in the world, and go face to face with great white sharks. Read about our experiences, guest comments and more here at the Nautilus at Sea blog! Plus special editorials by Captain Mike.

Hammerhead sharks on patrol with dolphins trying to sneak in for breakfast.

April 25, 2014 Written by


Today we had two fantastic Manta dives at the boiler. There is one more to come today and I am really looking forward to it. After some great days on the boat it’s time to say thank you to the divemasters for their great work: Sten and JJ make a great job with helping wherever and whenever they can, always with a joke and a smile on their faces, but never forgetting about the safety for us divers. They make our dives perfect! The whole staff on the boat is doing a great job, all very friendly and professional and make our stay on the boat a great holiday. The food is fantastic and I would like to thank Kiki for the Vegetarian food he’s making for me.

Love, Peace and Manta Rays, Nancy.


Today we had an unforgettable dive at the boiler. We were surrounded by three mantas and many dolphins. They were playing with us all the time. This was one of the best dives in our life!! Yesterday we heard the sound of the humpbacks underwater. We will never forget this moment. The crew is very helpful and friendly. Special thanks to Gordon, who made a boat trip with us to see the humpback whales. The food is very delicious and the rooms and everything on the boat is very clean. We will come back to the Nautilus Explorer!

Marco & Claudia


Today we spent the day at two different dive sites, the canyon gave us one nice early dive with some hammerhead sharks patrolling the cleaning stations and some dolphins trying to get some breakfast in front of us and didn’t make it because our wow´s and camera flashes got their attention and they came back to model for us… there was some current, chilly water around 75 degrees and vis some 60 feet but this don’t make any concern to us thanks to that amazing scenes we saw!!!

DM Juan



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