Get Ready For a Rush
We’re going to Guadalupe Island for some amazing shark diving and you’re invited.
Join us this October 4-9, 2018 as we head back to Isla de Guadalupe, for what’s known as “The Best Great White Shark Diving on the Planet“. Get ready for up close encounters with these gigantic and beautiful apex predators in crystal clear blue water with visibility regularly reaching upwards of 35+ meters (115+ feet).
Great White Shark encounters at Guadalupe Island are nothing short of spectacular. Located a 16 hours sail from Ensenada, Mexico, it is simply the best destination in the world for calm, clear water and a consistently high probability of multiple shark encounters per day. The sheer number of sharks in the bay where we dive is just amazing. Guadalupe is home to at least 241 individually identified great whites and we are still counting. On many dives, we see two, three, or more great whites in the same dive! Last year we spotted 10 in just one dive!
This year we are heading back later in the season to catch the arrival of the big mommas! In September the massive females begin to arrive in the bay, including the famous Deep Blue – the largest great white ever caught on camera at over 6 meters (20+ feet) long. Witnessing the sheer size and strength of these amazing queens of the ocean as they elegantly move through the water is breathtaking.
For this expedition, we have chartered the Nautilus Undersea Hunter, a luxury liveaboard purpose built for remote offshore diving. She boasts both surface and submersible cages that go 10 meters (30 ft) below the ocean surface to give you the best of both worlds. The Undersea has air conditioning in all indoor areas, and boasts a spacious salon with a full bar, as well as a jacuzzi on the sundeck for warming up between dives or relaxing with an evening cocktail. Available rooms are either triple or double occupancy depending on your preference, and there is also a luxury suite available. All meals aboard the Undersea are included as well as snacks and soft drinks. The trip includes unlimited cage diving from 6.30am till dusk in the surface cages and at least 3+ dives per day in the submersible cages.
This is a limited offer trip with
ONLY 9 Spaces Available ONLY 2 SPACES LEFT!. Click here or contact us at [email protected] to reserve your Guadalupe Island Shark Diving space now. We have 3 different room options available: Triple Stateroom (SOLD OUT), Double Stateroom ($3095 USD – 2 Available), Emerald Suite ($4195 USD).
We’ve made it easy with 2 options for getting to the ship! You can either fly into San Diego, California and meet us at our hospitality suite and we’ll take you to the ship via private coach free of charge, or you can fly into Tijuana, Mexico and hop a bus or taxi to Ensenada and meet us directly at the ship.
Full accommodation, 4 delicious meals per day (continental breakfast, hot breakfast, lunch, dinner, & dessert, plus snacks & non-alcoholic drinks), unlimited diving in the surface cages, 3+ dives per day in the submersible cages, marine park fees, in-water divemastering by certified marine park shark guides, presentations on sharks, end of trip DVD, and onboard facilities such as the hot tub and lounge.
What’s Not Included:
Port fee of $65 per person (payable onboard in cash), crew tips/gratuities (10-15% is recommended), gift shop purchases, bar tab, rental gear, onboard WiFi access, and Mexican IVA (sales tax).
Note: You do not need to be a certified diver to cage dive, but should be very comfortable in the water and breathing from a scuba regulator. Non certified divers are welcome to unlimited dives in the surface cages, but to enter the submersible cages you must be a certified diver.
2018 Great White Sharks
Expedition Quick Facts:
Ship: Nautilus Undersea Hunter
Board: October 4, 2018, 5pm
Disembark: October 9, 2018, 6pm
Duration: 6 Days, 5 nights
Dives per day: Unlimited Cage Diving
Meeting Point: San Diego, California USA
Departing from: Ensenada, Mexico
Nearest Airport: San Diego, USA or Tijuana, MX
Trip Cost: $3095
Min Deposit to Reserve: $1100
Meet Deep Blue
News coverage of Deep Blue, the largest shark ever recorded, from Isla Guadalupe.