Measuring 38 meters, the M/V Valentina liveaboard offers diving holidays to the Sea of Cortez, or the Gulf of California, between August and November and to the Socorro Islands between November and May. In 2013, this vessel completed extensive renovations, updating it to a luxury liveaboard complete with ten private suites, each featuring its own air conditioning, an en-suite bathroom, and lots of room for storage. Guests will enjoy relaxing on the sundeck or eating a meal prepared by the executive chef, with food influenced by European, Mexican, and Asian cuisine.
With bar service, a partially shaded sundeck, and outstanding diving facilities, the M/V Valentina is able to offer a deluxe liveaboard experience, taking scuba divers to stunning dive spots in the Baja California Peninsular. For a diving cruise you will not forget, trust the friendly and attentive crew of the Valentina to make sure your holiday lives up to expectations. Scuba divers will get to explore pristine waters full of beautiful coral reefs and all kinds of marine life. With breathtaking rock formations and close encounters with thousands of species of fish, these spots are outstanding for underwater photographers.
Valentina Liveaboard Video
Trust the M/V Valentina to provide an exceptional diving holiday in the Sea of Cortez, offering scuba divers outstanding adventures in the water and great relaxation aboard the vessel.
The M/V Valentina can cater for up to 20 guests at any one time across its 10 deluxe style cabins. The cabins are all air-conditioned, en-suite and have plenty of space for storing luggage and personal belongings.
2 Master Cabins (Main Deck)
The master cabins have a double bed and a single size bed. These are not arranged into bunks and come as separate beds.
1 Deluxe Double Cabin (Main Deck)
The deluxe cabins have a comfortable double bed and is ideal for a couple sharing.
7 Deluxe Twin Cabins (Main Deck)
The deluxe twin cabins have a double and single bed arranged into bunks with the double bed in the lower berth.