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Having a great time on the Nautilus Swell; We are treated like kings, warm towels on cold days, hot beverages when you get back to the boat, just great!

Browning Wall was the first dive of the day. The walls are covered in plumose anemones, sponges, tunicates, sea cucumbers, basket stars… so colourful it looks like the tropics. Our second dive of the day was at Hussar Point – … Continue reading

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An Underwater Garden Rivalled by None

I have come to Alaska on three different boats, including the Nautilus Explorer and the Nautilus Swell and been lucky enough to see and dive a lot of South East Alaska. I am careful not to take it for granted … Continue reading

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