Captain’s Noon Report- Under Sea – 2018-06-25

Location:At Anchor at the Boiler Lat. 19 19.66N Long. 110 48.82W.
Status: Sitting on 120 ft of water.

Clear sky with patches of clouds. We end yesterday here at the boiler and we stayed for another day. Dives yesterday were as awesome as yesterday morning. Today we have two dives in the morning, first dive was slow only one manta showed up a few galapagos sharks, but a lot of fish. No dolphins so far. But between dive 1 and 2 a group of false killer whales passed by the boiler and we took our guest on the skiffs to see them. Dive 2 got better, 3 mantas, 6 hammerheads and galapagos sharks, a school of bonitos and more reef fishes. Guests are enjoying the dives.Tonight we will depart to Cabo Pearce.

-Captain Vicente

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

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