The Revillagigedo Islands (also Revillagigedo Archipelago or Islas Revillagigedo) are a group of four volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean, known for their unique ecosystem. The islands are home to many endemic plant and animal species, and are sometimes called Mexico’s “little Galapagos”. Socorro island is the most diverse in flora, fauna, and topography. These islands are a spectacular magnet for the largest ocean pelagic animals in the world. Schooling Hammerhead sharks, dolphins, silky sharks, Galapagos sharks, clouds of jacks and barracuda, tuna, wahoo, marlin, oceanic white tips sharks, whale sharks and mantas.
Rocio del Mar is a deep V hull design and wave breaking bow knuckle to minimize surface wave action against the hull as she moves forward through the sea. Accommodations include 8 staterooms with 2 twin beds and 2 staterooms with a full size lower bed and a single bed on top. All cabins are air conditioned with private head and shower and plenty of storage.
Quino el Guardian is 90 feet long with a 23 foot beam. She is equipped with state-of-the-art electronics and all required safety equipment. Quino comfortably accommodates 16 passengers in 5 cabins, 4 cabins with 4 beds: 2 bunks on each side equaling 4 beds, with additional space for two of the group leaders in the crew quarters. All cabins are air conditioned, 4 spacious bathrooms with a full size shower in each on the dive deck – each bathroom is assigned to a cabin so guests can leave their personal items inside.