- I love my job. The remote and unspoiled white sand beach reminded me of Robinson Crusoe
- Diving Nalau Pass on the Swell close to Bella Bella – it was like diving in the tropics. so many vivid colours and intense life
- Comments overheard after a dive on the Nautilus Swell on a Port Hardy trip.
- Browning Pass is world famous for a reason.
- Planning an Alaskan vacation around diving the wreck of the 300 foot steamship State of California – a fascinating account
- Melissa Howey on Happy guest diving Port Hardy on the Nautilus Swell. One diver’s story. Rob Roy.
- Jim Soderberg on Latest trip ratings in from guests on the last 3 trips on the Swell and we hit straight 100′s on NPS!!
- Allan Hesketh on Naughty or nice, it’s your choice on the Nautilus Swell.
- Bill Golley on Some days you feel like you’re stuck in the mud.
- Nina on In this line of work I enjoy more than my fair share of adventure.
Monthly Archives: October 2011
If you were to poll all the divers about what they were hoping to see during this spectacular photographer’s paradise, you would certainly discover that The Swell and her crew has already exceeded all of their expectations. Sep. 20th, 2011 – Alaska
Day 7 of 10 day Alaskan adventure aboard the Nautilus Swell Even though we are 7 days into this Alaska 10 day adventure, every new day continues to excite all the guests aboard the Nautilus Swell. If you were … Continue reading
At one point, the humpbacks were right underneath the skiff and we thought we might be lunch when the bubble circle was right beside the skiff! – Sep 16 2011, Alaska
Summary The first two days in Alaska onboard the Nautilus Swell have been amazing for all of us. The first day included some brief visits from the resident sea lions while diving and also on the surface, a curious sea … Continue reading
Dive master Dan did not fulfill his promise to show me 5 Wolf Eels. He showed me 8. 8 wolf eels in 6 minutes… Sep. 15th 2011 – Alaska
The octopus I saw today was great. It was on a new dive site for me which at first there was not much to see. Then this octo with a head a little bit bigger than my head. We actually scratched him on … Continue reading