What’s The Cost?
The Nautilus Explorer offers 5 different room options. A standard double stateroom at $3,295* USD per person, a triple stateroom at $2,895* USD per person, the Superior Suites at $3,895* USD per person, the Single Occupancy rooms at $4,144* USD per person, and the Emerald Premium suite at $4,4795* USD per person. All prices are per person and on shared occupancy basis. If you are traveling solo, no problem! We will match you with another solo ninja guest of the same gender. Or if you prefer your own private room 2 Single Occupancy rooms are also available.
The trip price includes all diving & activities, AL80 tanks, weights, presentations, 8 nights accommodation on a shared basis, 4 delicious meals per day plus snacks, juices, soft drinks, tea, coffee, fresh towels in your stateroom as needed, as well as fresh towels on the dive deck for drying off between dives. Additionally Nautilus supplies every diver with a Nautilus LifeLine Marine Rescue GPS, a Dive Alert signaling device, and a SMB “safety sausage” to use on the trip.
What’s Not Included
The price does not include flights, transfers from airport to/from ship, port fee of $35 USD payable in cash onboard, Revillagigedo National Marine Park fee ($375), alcoholic beverages/bar purchases, Nitrox upgrade ($120 per person – optional, but highly recommended), rental equipment, Crew Gratuity (10%-15% of trip price is customary but is at your discretion), 5% of MexicanIVA Tax*, or credit card processing fees.
*Please note that Nautilus does not include 5% of Mexican VAT in their pricing. The Mexican IVA tax has been harmonized at 16% across Mexico. The original 11% tax is included in your trip fee. The 5% increase is charged additionally.