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The Rissalena Catamaran was custom built and commissioned in San Diego, California, and has been in operation in Cabo San Lucas for over twenty years. Our team was one of the first luxury excursion operators in Cabo San Lucas.
The Rissalena takes its guests on an enchanting cruise from the lovely port of Cabo San Lucas. You will visit iconic sites, including El Arco, Lover's Beach, and the enchanting cliffs of Land's End.
Our Captain and professional crew will craft a lasting experience for you and your group. Our crew knows about all points of interest and local marine wildlife.
Join us for a 3 hour daytime cruise excursion aboard the Rissalena Catamaran with a light lunch, open bar and beverages included.
Jacques Cousteau described the Sea of Cortez as the "world's aquarium" and the "Galapagos of North America." Join the Rissalena for a memorable snorkeling adventure in the beautiful blue reefs of Cabo San Lucas.
Between December and March, many whales migrate to the warm waters of Cabo San Lucas to give birth to their adorable babies. Come along and watch them play in Baja!
Enjoy the Cabo sunset on this 2 hour cruise aboard the Rissalena Catamaran with a light dinner, open bar and beverages included.
Private cruise for 1-14 guests: $950 USD plus 15% gratuity.
Private cruise for 15-24 guests: $1,100 USD plus 15% gratuity.
All private cruises include a light meal, open bar, unlimited beverages and our world class service.
Book on a per person basis and make new friends on board.
$55 USD per person (children under 10 are half price)
Includes a light meal, open bar, unlimited beverages and our world class service.
Welcome to the Rissalena Baha Explorer Blog. The Rissalena is the Original Luxury Sunset & Snorkeling Cruise Catamaran in Cabo San Lucas, commissioned in California (USA), and family run and operated out of the Cabo San Lucas Marina for over twenty years. Follow our blog to learn more about our history or to hear about other fun and sometimes "off the beaten path" things to do in the Baja Peninsula or to just learn more about the local history.