The Main Deck

Superior Suites

There are two superior suites forward of the galley and dining room, both stretching the full width of the superstructure with doors opening onto the outside deck at each end. They both have private ensuites which are large and have additional storage and dressing areas.

The Nautilus suite is the most forward room on this deck and has bunks. The lower bunk is 40"x 78"and has 26" of head space. The upper bunk is 30"x 78"and has 27" of head space.

The Rosario suite is aft of the Nautilus. It has a double bed that is 57"x 75.5".

The Dining Room

Beautiful mahogany woodwork and large windows create a warm, bright and relaxing place to dine, share pictures and stories or just chill out between dives. Seating for 14 allows all our guests to dine together while being served by an attentive hostess. Baked snacks, fruit and a constant supply of cookies plus all types of beverages can be found throughout the day here.

The Aft Deck

Perhaps the highlight of the boat, the aft deck is the “gathering place” onboard. Covered and dry, with water-level views of the stunning surroundings, it is where dive briefings are given and cocktail hour gets buzzing. This wide and spacious deck will likely find you sitting back watching eagles soaring, humpback whales and salmon jumping all while sipping your favorite drink and forgetting about “real life.”

  


The Hot Tub Deck

There are skylights above the upper bunks except in the captain's cabin. They have relatively large closets and large ensuites including sink, marine head and shower.


Staterooms

Dofleini: Superior Suite.
Double Bed: 54.5"x 75"

Cabin B: Shared Occupancy.
Lower Bunk: 29"x 79" with 24.75" of head space.
Upper Bunk: 29" x 78" with 22" of head space.  



Cabin C: Shared Occupancy.
Lower Bunk: 29.5" x 78.5" with 23.5" of head space.
Upper Bunk: 29.5" x 79" with 22" of head space.

Cabin D: Single Occupancy but can be sold as
Double Occupancy.
Lower Bunk: 29.5" x 79" with 23.5" of head space.
Upper Bunk: 30" x 79.5" with 23.75" of head space.

Cabin E: Single Occupancy but can be sold as
Double Occupancy.
Lower Bunk: 30" x 79.5" with 25" of head space.
Upper Bunk: 29.5" x 79.5" with 23.5" of head space.


 

 

he Main Deck

Superior Suites

There are two superior suites forward of the galley and dining room, both stretching the full width of the superstructure with doors opening onto the outside deck at each end. They both have private ensuites which are large and have additional storage and dressing areas.

Room #1 is the most forward room on this deck and has bunks. The lower bunk is 40" by 78" and has 26 inches of head space. The upper bunk is 30" by 78" and has 27" of head space.

Room #2 is aft of room #1. It has two side by side beds which are each 30" by 78".


The Aft Lounge

Perhaps the highlight of the boat, the aft lounge is the “gathering place” onboard. Covered and dry, with water-level views of the stunning surroundings, it is where dive briefings are given and cocktail hour gets buzzing. This wide and spacious lounge will likely find you sitting back watching eagles soaring, humpback whales and salmon jumping while sipping your favorite drink and forgetting about “real life.”

 





 

  

he Main Deck

Superior Suites

There are two superior suites forward of the galley and dining room, both stretching the full width of the superstructure with doors opening onto the outside deck at each end. They both have private ensuites which are large and have additional storage and dressing areas.

Room #1 is the most forward room on this deck and has bunks. The lower bunk is 40" by 78" and has 26 inches of head space. The upper bunk is 30" by 78" and has 27" of head space.

Room #2 is aft of room #1. It has two side by side beds which are each 30" by 78".


The Dining Room

Beautiful mahogany woodwork and large windows create a warm, bright and relaxing place to dine, share pictures and stories or just chill out between dives. Roomy seating for 14 allows all our guests to dine together while being served by an attentive hostess. Baked snacks, fruit and a constant supply of cookies plus all types of beverages can be found throughout the day here.


The Aft Lounge

Perhaps the highlight of the boat, the aft lounge is the “gathering place” onboard. Covered and dry, with water-level views of the stunning surroundings, it is where dive briefings are given and cocktail hour gets buzzing. This wide and spacious lounge will likely find you sitting back watching eagles soaring, humpback whales and salmon jumping while sipping your favorite drink and forgetting about “real life.”