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Nautilus: The Undersea Tours

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George Town, Grand Cayman
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About Nautilus: The Undersea Tours
Nautilus, the world’s largest, most luxurious Semi-submarine, will give you unobstructed views of the marine world, as you travel in dry, air-conditioned comfort.On this amazing excursion you will:Relax and enjoy the spacious observatory as your experienced marine guide narrates the trip.Visit cheeseburger reef where a diver will hand feed the fish.Watch the vibrant colors of brilliant living coral come to life.Spend some time in beautiful Georgetown for shopping or return to your ship.
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TravelingJules2014 wrote a review Apr 2020
The Woodlands, Texas57 contributions38 helpful votes
This was so much fun! Comfortable seating, not too crowded, saw lots of fish, coral and of course the shipwrecks. My boyfriend can’t swim so this was his first time under the sea. Loved it!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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elrickgirl wrote a review Feb 2020
Wadsworth, Ohio14 contributions7 helpful votes
Visiting Stingray City was such a neat experience and the Allura crew - Lu, Shannon, and David - were simply amazing. Lu spent the trip over speaking with everyone on board in small groups, making sure everyone knew what to expect and taking special care to identify and talk with anyone who might have been a little apprehensive about the upcoming encounter. We had one in our trio who was a bit nervous, but by the time we got there, she was feeling much more comfortable and ready to "do this". Shannon and David also did a great job of easing everyone into the process of first just touching, then kissing, feeding, and finally dancing with those incredible creatures! This crew was so good, I noticed several people from other tour groups come to them for a better interactive experience than they were receiving from their own guides/crew (and they kindly obliged). We took the trip back to the marina with the Allura sail up (it was beautiful!) and we enjoyed chatting with Shannon and learning more about his background and experiences since coming to Grand Cayman. I really left that boat not only feeling like I had just experienced something really extraordinary but like I had just made a few great new friends!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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John Jacobs wrote a review Jan 2020
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Had an amazing time on the semi submarine! We have been on another trip similar to this in the past. This submarine was by far the best! The commentary was fantastic by Erica and Dennis was very helpful getting everyone on board and during the fish feed. It was a very good experience. Loved the whole thing! Thanks Erica and Dennis!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Meerburd wrote a review Jan 2020
Maldon, United Kingdom61 contributions18 helpful votes
This was part of an island tour & was an excellent way to see the reef, fish and shipwrecks. We were fortunate to see stingrays and tarpon fish. Our guide Erica was excellent & Dennis was great when diving to feed the fish. Didn’t know what to expect but was a very interesting & informative underwater tour.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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TravelFar2C wrote a review Dec 2019
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We booked this excursion through the Carnival website. Because of rough waters (obviously not the tour company’s fault) we were tendered to an alternative landing site and the water portion of the trip was cancelled. Basically, that left us with a gift shop tour. While the guide was funny and did give us some information on the island, it was not very interesting. We were brought to visit “hell“ which was basically a gift shop with some interesting rock formations in the back. We then went on to visit the rum companies/gift shops (conveniently located across the street from each other). A few feet down the road was the turtle center. The turtles were really cool, as was the small bit of information that we got about them and the alligator, but although he mentioned the turtle feeding, we never got to see that. Then, it was off to our last gift shop. Because the tour was operating out of an alternate site, our option was to be dropped off in Georgetown (where the ship would have docked, where the town center is located), meaning we would have had to find our own transportation back to the tender site, or just to continue on to the barbwire enclosed site where we arrived to return to the ship. Perhaps with the “sea” portion, this tour might have been better, but the risk of it being partially cancelled because of weather, means I would not recommend booking this excursion. (Unless the only thing you are interested in in Grand Cayman is gift shops. Otherwise, it might be nice to do something where you at least see a beach.)
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Date of experience: December 2019
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