Blue Nation Baja

Underwater Explorers Club

We go where nobody went before
How does it work?

What do we do?

We run a variety of projects. A project is an organized plan driven by one or more objectives and conducted over one or several expeditions. Under this scope, a huge variety of themes are possible, from deep exploration on a seamount, to field trips looking for a particular marine species.

Who can join?

The club is open to everybody. Different expeditions might requiere different diver, or non-diver profiles. In most cases, these trips are great fun and everybody can contribute. There are activities for all experience levels, and non divers can always help as surface support crew.

How much does it cost?

All the club members participating in the expedition trip contribute sharing the expenses. The cost will change depending on how far we sail, or what kind of equipment is required. Usual expenses are fuel, captain salary, marine park fees or air fills. A medium size team of explorers can easily cover these expenses and enjoy a great day out.

Club Benefits

Besides of participating and contributing in altruistic projects, the members of the Club have other perks, like discounts on regular tours and trips, equipment rentals or priority on special events and activities…and of course being part of on of the most adventurous and fun team there is!

Who leads the expeditions?

The expeditions are always led by an experienced member or qualified professional. There will always be somebody who can plan de activity safely and has all the required qualifications and experience to conduct it.

Join the Underwater Explorers Club!

We organize expeditions as often as we can! There is no rule on when or where we will be going next. We encourage you to visit this page often to find out. You can join an expedition by writing to, or by checking our Facebook page where we will announce our next expeditions.

  • Bottom Clean-ups

    The Sea of Cortez is still in relative good shape compared to most of the seas in the world, but overfishing is becoming an issue, and fishing debris is severely affecting some reefs.

    Fishing lines tangle around coral heads and damage them, creating a wound that might be fatal to the…

  • The Search for new Dive sites

    The Loreto Bay National Park counts with more than 50 popular spots, although maybe only a fraction of them are dove regularly. These sites have proven to be of great beauty and they have stuck with us due its conveniency. Nevertheless, there is a vast sea out there, and some…

  • Mount Eden deep exploration

    Mount Eden is a deep seamount locates north of Loreto. The site was well known by fishermen but was never dove before. The shallowest part of the site is 130 feet / 40 meters deep and it slopes down to more than 180 feet / 60 meters.

    The mount is covered…

  • Deep Reef documentation

    There is a number of deep drop-offs and seamount scattered around the National Park. The volcanic north coast of Coronados island, with its impressive cliffs and dramatic formations offer lava walls that drop down deep, creating the perfect habitat for black coral forests and big fish. Piedras Blancas is one of…