Key to our operation is our fleet of Zodiacs, which we use to land on remote islands that would otherwise be inaccessible. They are partially inflatable craft with a sturdy bottom and outboard engines. They are very stable and safe. The Zodiacs we use are 19 feet long and capable of carrying 12 to 14 people with ease.
Kayaking provides one of the best means for personal exploration in Baja. Therefore, we’ve outfitted our ships with a fleet of them; enough for everyone who wants to participate. They are very stable and easy to master for novices and experts alike. There is something special about being alone in a solo kayak, or with your travel companion in our double kayaks, paddling along a remote coastline.
Undersea tools for exploring
Our vessel is outfitted with a panoply of underwater exploration equipment. Bow cams, splash cams, and hydrophones bring to life the sights and sounds beneath the sea. Our undersea specialists dive for a look at marine life below the surface, capture their findings on video, and share them with guests on the TV screen in the lounge. These tools allow us to go further and get closer to nature’s wonders.
Our goal is to ease packing restrictions and provide added comfort in the water, and we provide snorkels, masks, fins, shorty wetsuits, and beach towels on board. To ensure a perfect fit, you may want to bring your own mask and snorkel. The shorty wetsuits are available in a range of adult sizes: XS, S, M, ML, L, XL, XXL. Unfortunately, due to storage constraints, we are unable to provide children’s wetsuits, as they often require special fitting and to provide a sufficient range of sizes is beyond our capacity. We advocate the buddy system for everyone, at all times. It is highly recommended that children 14 years of age and under be accompanied by an adult and wear an inflatable snorkel vest while snorkeling.