- Subaqua: Alaska with the Nautilus Swell
- There were friendships made that will hopefully last for many more dives to come.
- Yes the diving is amazing, but its moments like this that really makes me really remember why I do the things I do.
- The coming days are going to be Swell.
- I am sure that after a few weeks of this I will be tough as nails! Strong arms are coming!
- I feel lucky to have called the Swell my home for the past year or so and look forward to continuing my diving in our gorgeous local waters! on
- Guest comments as we wrap another trip for Russians on the Nautilus Swell on
- The day dawned misty and gray as we motored our way up LeConte Bay to LeConte Glacier in the Nautilus Swell on
- Sharing stories over spaghetti with extra virgin olive oil, shaved Parmesan and slow roasted roma tomatoes paired with valpolicella wine from Tuscany! on
- Visibility is insanely good at Port Hardy right now!! Almost crystal clear. on
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Tag Archives: liveaboard
Ok, this comment is so nice that we had to publish it – The Nautilus Swell is beyond any liveaboard experience I have had to date.
I’ve spent three years diving a variety of sites in the Pacific northwest. In the last five days diving with the excellent crew of the Nautilus Swell, I’ve had encounters with sea life I never knew existed, and have returned … Continue reading
It’s good to be back on the Nautilus Swell after a hiatus. There is something about this boat that is absolutely magical.
I’m back on the Nautilus Swell after a 2 year hiatus involving university, travel and various other forms of employment… and it feels just like I never left. I was amazed at how easily I fell back into the routine … Continue reading
What a dedicated crew – what a beautiful boat. Customer service is at the top of the list. Every creature comfort is taken into account. They rarely miss a beat… and if by chance something is askew, before you know … Continue reading
Gwaii Haanas at last!! We’ve waited 20 years for permission to dive the mystical isles of Haida Gwaii and Gwaii Haanas. Free flight credits on our first 2 trips May 2013… Call now as these trips are sure to book … Continue reading
It feels like last call in the bar was an hour ago – a sad farewell to this 2012 Alaska season.. Sept 18, 2012
Just a few days left of the 2012 Alaska season! We are slowly making our way south through the inner waters of South East Alaska and stopping in at our favourite places for one last visit. It kinda feels like … Continue reading
We hiked the trails of Baranoff Bay and relaxed in the natural hot springs. The diving was spectacular. Alaska. Sept 16, 2012.
Calm seas, sunshine and clear skies; just another trip in Alaska! The diving, like always, has been spectacular; Vancouver Rock with its abundance of wolf eels, the wreck of Princess Sophia and its own crowd of prow fish and the … Continue reading
It struck me how few places in the world are left as pristine as Port Alexander – hostess blog – Nautilus Swell. Sept 15, 2012
I’m still loving it up here in Alaska on the Nautilus Swell! Two months in and every trip I see and explore new places. This trip I was able to hop aboard dive skiff Inde and venture with the group … Continue reading
That GPO looked like it wanted to kiss George!!! – Team Portugal That giant pacific octopus must have liked my dry suit because he kept trying to climb up onto it. Humpback whales Bubble net feeding in Snow Passage, … Continue reading
“The highlight of our fabulous 214 foot decompression dive on the State of California – using 3 different gasses – and feeling the spectral presence of the lost souls aboard – was not the gorgeous cloud sponges, basket stars, war bonnets or the grunt sculpin – but rather the fact that the dive skiff was perfectly positioned for our arrival at the surface, 70 minutes later.” Alaska, July 31, 2012.
“I’ve cruised Alaska 4 times now – this has been the most interesting cruise ever – not touristy or fake but a trip into the real Alaska – it’s like experiencing Alaska like a local” – Gavrielle Adelman “I have … Continue reading
“The trip was FANTASTIC!!! :D One of, if not THE, best ever!”. A guests experience aboard the Nautilus Swell, Alaska, BC.
The following is quoted from ScubaBoard: “The trip was FANTASTIC!!! One of, if not THE, best ever! We actually had about 2-1/2 days of sun (which is 2 days more than the last time we were up there!) The Captain was … Continue reading