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Diving Scuba Trip of a Lifetime

Plan your British Columbia/Alaska liveaboard diving scuba trip aboard the Nautilus Explorer through CoolDives.com and experience great prices and a scuba dive vacation of a lifetime!

This diver just did - check out his detailed Nautilus Explorer trip report!

Have you ever gazed out your office window and wondered what it would be like to be on a luxury dive and outdoor adventure yacht, diving the emerald green waters of British Columbia and Alaska for a few months, and then escaping to dive around the tropical blue waters of Mexico and Fiji when you need a change?

Don’t wonder any more - just ask Captain Mike Lever during your wonderful luxury liveaboard dive holiday in British Columbia.

"This is one of the most beautiful areas on Earth, both above and below the water.

The life on the walls and pinnacles was phenomenal. We dove a four-masted barque at Drum Rock, the famed Browning Wall, and Dillon Rock (home to seven wolf eels, two giant Pacific octopus), and ten other dive sites. There were 15 of us from Wisconsin and we met new friends from Washington, Oregon, California, Colorado, and Ottawa, Canada.

A return trip is a must!"

-- Chuck Larson, Green Bay Scuba , Green Bay, Wisconsin

The Nautilus Explorer is British Columbia’s finest liveaboard scuba vessel, with it’s 116’ steel hull, 38’ dive skiff, hot-tub, dual sundecks, fully stocked lounge, kayaks, fishing skiff, and great meals and service.

For more specific Nautilus Explorer liveaboard details, click to download the Nautilus Explorer Diving Scuba Trip brochure.

They only offer a limited number of trips during their dive season here in British Columbia so you will need to complete the form below now if you plan on taking a liveaboard holiday with Nautilus.

Experience the breathtaking scenery (above and below) of Alaska and British Columbia in comfort, as the Nautilus Explorer takes you to some of the world’s best diving scuba trip sites during their June - September trips.

This dive vacation package is ideal for serious divers and photographers, since the dives can be quite advanced and offer amazing scenery.

Without having to pack your bags, haul your equipment around from site to site, or wonder where to go and how to get there, you will experience some of our best diving, including potential dives near:

- Port Hardy

- Race Rocks

- Ogden Point

- Sidney

- Queen Charlotte Islands, and

- Alaska

The Nautilus Explorer offers 7-10 day liveaboard trips, which, in addition to the free incredible scenery and activities, include:

- Awesome diving (2-3 dives/day)

- Air tanks and refills

- Wonderful shore expeditions

- Evening slide shows

- Use of a computer and cd burner for downloading your photos

- Delicious meals, snacks and non-alcoholic drinks

- Daily room make-up and evening turn down

- Linens, towels and bathrobes

- Kayaks, lessons, and limited use of a small fishing skiff

- 2 executive suites and 9 staterooms that comfortably accommodate up to 24 people

And for a very reasonable price, they also have available:

- Alcohol (including wine, scotches, and a great variety of micro-brews)

- Other air/gas mixes

- Rental dry suits

- Items from an on-board gift shop

Please be sure to request CoolDives pricing on your diving scuba trip, or if you wish to receive more information, please submit the form below (Note: all information is completely private & confidential).

As mentioned above, the limited number of 2008 trips are filling up fast so book now. You can also view the Nautilus Explorer schedules and website before returning here to book your trip.

Please remember to complete your Nautilus Explorer review after your trip!

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