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I have been diving for many years and many places around the world, but the diving here has something special I have never felt anywhere else. The first 3 days of diving we were alone on the dive sites, having them to ourselves and our guests, surrounded by giant mantas, silver tip sharks, giant tunas and hammerhead sharks. A group even saw a Tiger shark in the dive site called Cabo Pearce! It is an incredible feeling to be the only divers in the very remote places with so much sea life around us. Today was our 4th day diving, we are anchored at Roca partida. All day long, our divers have found Manta rays, schooling hammerhead sharks, schools of jackfish and tunas hunting on the sardines. Every dive is an opportunity to measure how rich the sealife in the pacific is. This is a great start to our season, and everybody was smiling.

Yann, divemaster
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Two days of wicked action so far on our current expedition.
Yesterday from the surface cage I counted 6 individual sharks at once, including Joker, Rhett and Stella who have been some of our superstars this season. Joker was named for Specialist Anthony Wilder who was a member of the United States Army and died during a hazing incident several years ago. Anthony's mother, who named the shark, will be happy to hear that Joker is growing fast and strong and is one of the smartest sharks when it comes to sneaking up on the wrangling bait.
Visibility the last couple days has been spectacular, 150ft plus of beautiful blue water. Water temp has been 20C.
Captain Gordon
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Scott Slater - you really captured the essence of #Guadalupe diving with the #GreatWhiteSharks! Nice work!

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Great Shot Sacha Robert Luche! Quite amazing what you can do with a talented eye, a Go Pro & of course a Great White.

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I have been working aboard the Belle Amie just over a month and I am sad to say this is the last trip of my first rotation. One of my brothers who is used to ship life warned me that food may be scarce when it comes to life at sea that has not been the case here as both chefs, Pebe and Marco, whom I have had the privilege to work with keep everyone more than fed with some of the best food I have ever had. Pebe's basil lime pie and Marco's peanut butter cheesecake were both to die for. I am still pretty well the only one diving without a wetsuit as the water is considerably warmer than the Atlantic just off Nova Scotia. Yesterday I saw a Great White longer than a pickup turning on a dime trying to devour Ryan’s bait on the line. While Ryan outwitted the shark, Jeff was kind enough to feed the bait to a Great White just as big today. While I have seen jaws at least 11 times this month in the lounge, the film is just as classic every time. It will be nice to head back to Canada for a little break after two months of straight work but I can’t wait to come back in October and give the Nautilus Explorer a go next time around.
Steward Keegan Hreljac
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Wow.. Stephen Cohen. Thank you for this, to use your words, mesmerizing video. #Guadalupe #GreatWhiteSharks

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Wow.. Stephen Cohen. Thank you for this, to use your words, mesmerizing video.

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After 26 years sailing the waters of the Coco's Islands the Under Sea Hunter is moving on to new adventures. Nautilus Under Sea will now be sailing to the magical Socorro Islands and Guadalupe Island as the newest vessel of our Nautilus Fleet! http://ow.ly/QC39302Fs79
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