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Nautilus Belle Amie Liveaboard

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Socorro & Guadalupe Island, Mexico

Nautilus Belle Amie Liveaboard Rooms

  • Stateroom

    • Superior Suite

      • Premium Suite

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        Nautilus Belle Amie Liveaboard Amenities

        • Bar/Lounge
        • Dining Area
        • Hot Tub
        • Sun Deck
        • Wi-Fi

        About Nautilus Belle Amie Liveaboard

        When it comes to your safety and comfort, there is simply no comparison between our beautiful Belle Amie and older, narrow, unstabilized, noisy smaller dive boats. The Belle Amie is very wide in the beam (which is a good thing when it comes to boats!), stabilized with deep draft and a bulbous bow to give you the most comfortable ride possible. Our ships are heavily sound proofed to allow you to have a good nights sleep and equipped with over-size watermakers allowing you to shower as often and as often as you like. The full width superstructure on all 4 decks gives an outstanding amount of space – our over-sized superior and premium suites even have full-size king beds!!

        Most important of all, our ships are unique in the dive boat fleet in being built to meet SOLAS safety standards. Our certified ISM Safety Management System is audited annually by BV Bureau Veritas and provides the ultimate in dive boat safety. These are the same standards used by the largest cruise ships in the world.

        The Belle Amie has accommodations that suit all preferences ranging from a luxurious VIP double premium suite to superior suites, shared or quad staterooms. There is lots of seating for everyone in the lounge, on the partially shaded sundeck and in the dining room. The only bunk beds on the boat are in the quad occupancy stateroom. All other accommodation features side-by-side hotel style beds. Our mission is to cater to your every comfort from super high tech communication, email and internet at sea to stocking a wide selection of beer, wine and single malt scotches in the ship’s bar.

        Vessel Specifications:

        • 135′ x 33′ ocean-going dive boat
        • Built in 2005 by Bollinger Shipyards, USA
        • Steel hull and superstructure, Stabilized, 11 knot maximum service speed
        • ISM audited by Bureau Veritas
        • Water capacity: Unlimited with high capacity watermaker
        • Compressors: 3 x Bauer with banks + nitrox membrane system
        • Rebreather friendly
        • Dive skiffs: 3 x high speed large inflatables
        • Passengers: 28-32 guests
        • Crew: 12
        • Spacious, comfortable and stable
        • Satphone, email & internet access

        Sun Deck Features:

        • Bar
        • Hot tub
        • Plenty of seating under sun or shade

        Upper Deck Features:

        • 6 superior suites: Rosario, Swell, Cuervo, Nautilus, Dofleini & Inde
        • Convenient access to Sundeck and Main Deck

        Main Deck Features:

        • Spacious dive deck with dive stations
        • Dining room
        • Lounge with bar, tv and charging stations
        • Two premium suites: Emerald & Cortes

        Lower Deck Features:

        • 8 staterooms in single and double occupancies
        • 1 affordable quad occupancy stateroom

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