Narval Liveaboard Review

Check prices
Have you dived on this boat? Rate it!
1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
(3 votes, 4.00/5)
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Expensive, and Luxury!

Narval dive boat review

The 35 meters Narval is a liveaboard operating on the Sea of Cortez, Mexico. Built in 1974, the Narval went through major renovation in 1992 and again in 2008, keeping up with the industry standards. The dive vessel is mostly available to be chartered by groups of divers.


Boat Cabins & Layout

The Narval caters to a maximum of 18-19 guests per voyage. Indeed, with 9 spacious cabins, each welcoming 2 (or 3) guests, that leaves plenty of spaces for everyone. The cabins each have their own private bathroom as well as a reasonable storage capacity. Plus, the staterooms are available in a variety of layout, allowing flexible accommodation options. First, there are 2 deluxe cabins located on the main deck, each with a double bed and a top bunk. Secondly, the main deck is also home to a triple occupancy cabin, displaying 2 bunk beds and 1 extra single bed. Finally, the lower deck has 6 cabins, each with 2 single bunks.

Visit this page to compare liveaboard & prices for Mexico!

narval liveaboard charter diving mexico sea of cortez


Narval’s On-board Facilities

The main deck is home to a spacious lounge and dining area. Of course, you’ll find an entertainment unit there, including a huge television and all the necessities to watch your pictures and videos. The dining room offers plenty of space for every one to enjoy their meals in comfort. Plus, all the interiors of the Narval’s have air-conditioning, so you’ll stay cool and enjoy!

narval liveaboard charter diving mexico sea of cortez .

Furthermore, the upper deck is the designated outdoor lounging space. You will quickly notice the stunning views, which you can admire from a cozy lounger. Needles to say, it’s also the picture perfect spot so you can bring back amazing memories from Mexico.


narval liveaboard charter diving mexico sea of cortez


Scuba Diving with the Narval

The Narval features a well organized dive deck at the aft of the vessel. The dive deck has just about everything you might need, from plenty of space to personal storage boxes. Also, there’s on-deck hot and cold fresh water showers and large rinse tanks for your convenience. The group of scuba diving experts on-board are highly experienced and will guide you trough this amazing adventure. Moreover, you will usually be able to dive 3 or 4 times per day, depending on sea conditions and duration of dives.

Price for a full charter (18 guests) starts at 31,920$US / 7 nights itinerary

Where does this liveaboard dive boat go?

Check out the fabulous places where this dive boat travels to.
Note: some destinations may not be listed below, please enquire for more details.

Yucatán, Mexico

Mexico’s Yucatán offers outstanding reef diving, wall dives, drift dives and the largest underwater art museum in the world.

Yucatán, Mexico Diving Review


Mexico offers divers choices, Great liveaboards and large marine life encounters in the west, great reefs and cenotes in the east

Mexico Diving Review

Baja California, Mexico

The Baja offers outstanding diving and is one of the best shark diving destinations for liveaboards.

Baja California, Mexico Diving Review

Other Liveaboard Reviews in Mexico & Sea of Cortez

Nautilus Under Sea

The 27 meters Nautilus Under Sea is a li

Nautilus Under Sea Liveaboard Review

MV Solmar V

The vessel MV Solmar V is one of the lon

MV Solmar V Liveaboard Review

Quino El Guardian

The 25 meters liveaboard Quino El Guardi

Quino El Guardian Liveaboard Review

Southern Sport

The Southern Sport is a liveaboard opera

Southern Sport Liveaboard Review

Rocio Del Mar

Rocio del Mar is a 27 meters liveaboard

Rocio Del Mar Liveaboard Review

MV Valentina

In between Mexico’s rugged west coast th

MV Valentina Liveaboard Review

Nautilus Explorer

The Nautilus Explorer liveaboard was bui

Nautilus Explorer Liveaboard Review

MV Sea Escape

The MV Sea Escape is a 33m aluminum mono

MV Sea Escape Liveaboard Review

MV Islander

Operating out of San Diego, MV Islander

MV Islander Liveaboard Review

Dive spots reviews in Mexico & Sea of Cortez

No dive sites reviews found

Your Liveaboard Reviews

No Liveaboard Review yet on this page, please comment if you have been on the Narval cruise.

Have you been on this liveaboard cruise? Rate it!
1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
(3 votes, 4.00/5)

Have you been on this liveaboard?

Other divers will appreciate to see your feedback about this cruise!

How was the boat and service on-board, the accommodation, the itinerary, and the diving? Your email address will not be published.