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Introducing the wild, remote and exhilarating Socorro Islands, famous for their big animal encounters.

The Socorro Islands are located in the eastern Pacific Ocean, approximately 250 miles south of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, at the tip of the Baja peninsula. Socorro Islands Liveaboards are the latest addition to our programme and are ideal for big animal encounters.

The area is famous for close encounters with the Giant Pacific manta ray, which can grow to over six metres across. Divers will also see many species of shark and several hammerhead cleaning stations. Whale sharks can be found between November and December and late April to May. 

Pods of wild bottlenose dolphin are encountered on a regular basis, and from January to March the islands are home to a large population of humpback whales that visit the islands to breed and calve. Divers also frequently see extremely large tuna (the world record yellowfin is from these waters), wahoo, large schools of jacks and endemic tropicals found nowhere else in the world

Introducing Our New Socorro Islands Liveaboards

There are two Socorro Islands Liveaboards in our programme:

  • Solmar V A 34m luxury liveaboard departing from Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. She travels with a crew of 10 and a maximum of 22 divers. 
  • Nautilus Explorer Steel hull, luxury 35m long range liveaboard, the Nautilus Explorer was custom designed for 24 divers. The vessel's construction provides for a remarkably easy ride. 

Socorro Islands Liveaboard trips start from £1,747 per person for 8 nights including accommodation in a triple stateroom cabin (mixed gender), 3-4 dives a day, 4 meals per day, snacks, soft drinks, tanks, weights and weight belts. Flights can be arranged through Regaldive.

 Contact the friendly, specialist Regaldive Team on 01353 659999, or email us for a Socorro Islands Liveaboard quote today.

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