Captain’s Noon Report-Under Sea – 2018-06-03

Location:At sea in our way back to Cabo. Lat. 20 51.0N Long. 110 24.1W. 126 NM to go
Weather:Wind coming from the NW @ 8-10 kts, Sea 3-5 ft from NW

Sunny day with light patches of cluods. Yesterday had a great finish diving day. At the boiler, Mantas were playing around, but the main attraction was a solitary sailfish that appears almost at the end of the dive. A tiger shark appeared as well, while divers doing their safety stop. Everybody was so happy for their last dive at the boiler. After that we moved to the canyon for the last dive of the day. A school of Hammerheads finallly showed up at the ridge. Divers came back to the boat supper happier because they saw what they came to see. Today we have a nice weather in our crossing calm winds and smooth seas coming form our port bow. Most of guest are relaxing at the lounge feeling the brezee of the sea.

-Captain Vicente

By Noon Reports

Daily dive and conditions reports from our captains onboard the Nautilus Liveaboard vessels.

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