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Our Socorro season is the beginning of November through the end of May. Our trips are typically nine days, eight nights, and seven days of diving unless otherwise stated.
The Revillagigedo Islands (also Revillagigedo Archipelago) are a group of volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean, known for their unique ecosystem. The islands are home to many endemic plant and animal species. Socorro island is the most diverse in flora, fauna.
The islands lie 250 miles off Baja Mexico’s southern shore. When embarking on a trip to the Socorro Islands, we plan to dive the islands of San Benedicto, Socorro, and Roca Partida.
These islands are a spectacular magnet for the largest ocean pelagic animals in the world. Animals include schooling hammerhead sharks, tiger sharks, friendly bottlenose dolphins, silky sharks, Galapagos sharks, clouds of jacks and barracuda, tuna, wahoo, oceanic white tip sharks, whale sharks, and manta rays.
Manta Rays are the claim to fame for Socorro Islands. The magical dive site called “The Boiler” is a submerged sea mount and cleaning station. The mantas in the Revillagigedo Islands are friendly and enjoy the presence of humans. This is truly an exceptional place to experience the manta magic.
Humpback whales visit during the winter months of mid-February through mid-April. We often hear the singing mating males as you enjoy your dives and during this time Surface sightings are very common.
Whale sharks can be seen during November, December, and May. May is also a time when we can see giant bait balls and pods of false orcas.
This destination can only be dived by a liveaboard dive vessel. It takes approximately 26-28 hours one-way to reach the islands. The underwater topography consists of boulders, and some incredible walls. There is not much in the way of coral, as this is a cooler water destination.
Our crew aboard the “Adventure” is here to help you in any way possible to make your visit to Revillagigedo an unforgettable experience. Please let your crew know if there is anything you want or need anytime during your trip.
PLEASE NOTE: Socorro Park rules prohibit the wearing of gloves or knives and use of flashlights. It also prohibits night dives. Lights that are attached to a camera are allowed.
Our crew is here to help you in any way possible to make your visit to the Socorro Islands an unforgettable experience.
We provide 80 cubic ft. aluminum tanks that are both DIN & yoke compatible as well as weights.
The passengers will be divided into 3 groups. Each group will have its own divemaster to help guests and lead the dives. Dives will be made from two 20′ inflatable dingy’s, each with a driver vigilantly looking for bubbles. The inflatables have very sturdy, easy to use ladders. Upon surfacing, the inflatable will come to you. Divers will remove their BCD and the driver will lift it into the boat. Once at the ladder, divers remove their fins and climb in the boat. When the inflatable get back to the boat, the crew will put your gear away for you.
We absolutely recommend exposure protection (wetsuits/light dry suits) on our trips. Water temperatures range from 75°-82°F (24°-28°C) depending on the time of year.
December 80° February 75° April 75° January 75° March 75° May 80°
PACK LIGHT! The dress is casual. Bring a light jacket. Do not forget your hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen. Stream2Sea makes reef-safe sunscreen.
Proof of diving certification and dive insurance is required. Without proof, you will not be able to dive. NO EXCEPTIONS!
BCD – $12 USD Per Day
Regulator – $12 USD Per Day
Fins – $12 USD Per Day
Mask – $12 USD Per Day
Wetsuit – $12 USD Per Day
Price per piece for entire trip $84 USD
Combo 2 pieces: $140 USD (Entire Trip)
Combo 3 pieces: $180 USD (Entire Trip)
Feel free to bring your own books, CD’s, and DVDs. We have a collection of these onboard and the crew especially appreciate new entertainment.
If you are celebrating any special occasion while onboard such as a birthday, engagement, anniversary, or honeymoon, please let us know when making your so we can be prepared to celebrate with you!
Guests are welcome to bring along their own beverages (including alcoholic beverages) if there is something special, they would like.
National Park Fee – $80 per day of diving, per person ($480 for 6 days of diving) Nitrox Fee – $120 per person
Transfers to and from the boat
Crew Gratuity (10%-15% of the trip price is customary)
Fees and gratuity can be paid in advance or on the boat. We accept US dollars and Pesos as well as Visa and MasterCard Credit Cards.
PARK FEE AND EXCEPTIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
The Park fee for Socorro is 1,611 pesos ($80) per day of diving. For a typical Socorro trip with six days of diving, it is $480. This fee does not apply to travel days. This fee must be paid before the trip and can be paid in cash or with credit card.
OVER 60 AND RETIRED: For people who are over 60 and can provide documentation that they are retired or pensioned; the park fee will be waived. According to CONANP, any official document with the words “RETIRED” or “PENSIONED” will be accepted along with a current passport photo. Any other documentation will NOT be accepted.
In our experience, US citizens who are receiving retirement benefits from the Social Security Administration can download a Benefit Verification Letter from the www.SSA.gov website.
ACTIVE TEACHERS AND STUDENTS: A 50% discount is available for ACTIVE/CURRENT students and teachers for students and teachers. A photocopy of an identification card with a photo and the current date is required to get this discount.
Please note that CONANP has the final word if a document is accepted or not. If they do not verify the exception before the trip. The applicant will be required to pay all park fees if it is not accepted.
All guests are required to have dive insurance. Dive insurance can be purchased at www.DiversAlertNetwork.org. If you have private health insurance coverage for dive accidents, provide only the page that states coverage for a scuba diving accident, evacuation, and the declaration page showing you are the owner of the policy and policy number.
We recommend you purchase trip insurance.
The crossing from San Jose del Cabo to the Socorro Islands takes approximately 26-28 hours. It is open sea, therefore, please be prepared in case we are faced with rough seas. There are several over-the-counter remedies that can help you. In case you have a propensity to motion sickness or are concerned that you might develop symptoms, please prepare yourself with preventive measures before departure.
Passenger safety is paramount and therefore the captain has the sole discretion to change, delay, return early or cancel the cruise if necessary. These reasons include but are not limited to bad weather, perils of the sea, acts of God, political incidents, or force majeure.
Trip insurance is suggested as it provides you with reimbursement for unused, non-refundable, pre-paid trip costs if you are prevented from taking your trip due to a covered reason. All trip insurance is not the same so it is important to make sure that you purchase travel insurance that includes travel interruption.
Trip insurance can be purchased at www.DiversAlertNetwork.org.
25% deposit is due to hold the reservation
25% is due six months prior to the scheduled trip date
Remaining balance is due three months prior to scheduled trip date
There is no penalty for cancellations made 9 months or more prior to the scheduled trip date
25% of the full rate will be forfeited for cancellations made 91 days to 9 months prior to the scheduled trip date 50% of the full rate will be forfeited for cancellations made 61 to 90 days prior to the scheduled trip date
No refunds for cancellations made 60 days prior or less to the scheduled trip date
A $5,000 non-refundable deposit is due to hold the reservation
25% of the trip price is due one year prior to the scheduled trip date (the $5000 deposit can be used to make up the 25% deposit)
25% is due six months prior to the scheduled trip date
There is no penalty for cancellations made 12 months or more prior to the scheduled trip date however the $5000 deposit is non-refundable
25% of the full rate will be forfeited for cancellations made 12 months to six months prior to the scheduled trip date
50% of the full rate will be forfeited for cancellations made six months to 91 days prior to the scheduled trip date
No refunds for cancellations made 90 days or less prior to the scheduled trip date
You must deposit 50% NON-REFUNDABLE to confirm the reservation.
Payment of the balance at least 30 days before the scheduled date of travel.
25% of the total fee will be forfeited for cancellations made between 31 days and 60 days prior to the scheduled date of travel.
There are no refunds for cancellations made 30 days before or less than the scheduled date of travel.
The “Adventure” is of the utmost seaworthiness and is approved by the Mexican Coast Guard and It is equipped with state-of-the-art electronics and all safety equipment required. The boat is equipped with a compressor to fill both compressed air or nitrox tanks onboard.
The adventure is 100’ long The number of guests we can accommodate is 19 There are 8 airconditioned cabins that sleep 2 guests each and cabins that sleep 4 guests. All our cabins have a vanity with hot and cold water, a large drawer for each person and extra space under the bed for larger items and outlets (110V/60Hz). There are 2 cabins on the second floor of the boat that also include a window with a view of the ocean. Our crew cleans the rooms and bathrooms daily and provides clean towels every day.
The “Adventure” has 2 air-conditioned bathrooms. Our women’s restroom has 3 toilets, 2 full size showers and 2 vanities’. Our men’s bathroom has 2 urinals, 2 toilets, 2 vanity’s and 2 full size showers. The bathrooms are shared with all the passengers and each bathroom has their own soap and shampoo dispensers.
The galley is airconditioned and can accommodate all 19 passengers it is equipped with comfortable seating for eating and relaxing as well as a TV and a computer desk.
On the second deck there is a large, shaded sundeck with lawn chairs for relaxing in between dives.
January 4th to 12th (SOLD OUT)
January 18th to 26th (SOLD OUT)
February 1st to 9th (SOLD OUT)
February 15th to 23rd (SOLD OUT)
March 1st to 9th (SOLD OUT)
March 15th to 23rd (SOLD OUT)
March 29th to April 6th (SOLD OUT)
April 12th to 20th (SOLD OUT)
April 26th to May 4th (SOLD OUT)
May 10th to 18th (SOLD OUT)
May 24th to June 1st (SOLD OUT)
November 1st to 9th (SOLD OUT)
November 15th to 23rd (SOLD OUT)
November 29th to December 7th (SOLD OUT)
December 13th to 21st (SOLD OUT)
December 27th to January 4th (SOLD OUT)
1st trip: March 29th to April 6th
2nd trip: April 12th to 20th
3rd trip: April 26th to May 4th
19PAX – 10 Cabins
Price per Accommodation P/P
Double cabin top floor with view: $3,900 USD
Double Cabin: $3,500 USD
Quad Cabin: $2,800 USD
9-day Excursion, 7 days scuba diving (19 tanks)
1st day: Boarding for departure at 10 a.m.
2nd day: Arrive at San Benedicto at 12:00p.m., 2 dives.
3rd day: Dive San Benedicto, 3 dives, depart to Socorro.
4th day: Arrive at Socorro, 3 dives, Navy inspection. Depart to Roca Partida.
5th day: Arrive at Roca Partida, 3 dives.
6th day: Dive Roca Partida, 3 dives. Depart to Socorro or San Benedicto.
7th day: Socorro/San Benedicto, 3 dives.
8th day: Dive San Benedicto, 2 dives. Depart to Cabo San Lucas.
9th day: Arrive to Cabo late afternoon, Disembark or guests may sleep on the boat.
Biodegradable sunscreen, light luggage, arrive at least one day prior to boarding, Covid 19 test, Travel insurance.
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