Revillagigedo Archipelago

Life beneath the waves

Far, far off the coasts of Central and South America lie volcanic islands and underwater mountain ranges so remote that visiting them by yacht is the only option.

Together Socorro, Clarion, San Benedicto and Roca Partida are known as the Revillagigedo Archipelago. Some have dubbed it the ‘superhighway’ of the Pacific as recently scientists were astonished to find the amount of pelagic species riding its currents. We like to think of these rocky outcrops (and incredible dive sites) as something of a secret.

This is also home to some of the largest aggregations of sharks in the world including Galápagos, silky and silvertips. Here manta rays migrate in great numbers to cleaning stations, lobsters cover pinnacles and tiger sharks arrive to feed on the reefs’ scattered crustaceans and visiting sea turtles.

With accommodation unavailable on the islands, a superyacht offers unparalleled comfort to survey the sweeping oceans before plunging beneath the waves to dive sites that are just as rewarding as they are demanding. As well as exploring these waters, meet our marine biologists aboard a research vessel to spend time shark-tagging and checking underwater cameras.

Once you have finished your underwater adventure, make the most of your yacht’s kit or take to the skies in a helicopter for awe-inspiring aerial views of an archipelago beyond imagination.

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