Captain’s Noon Report – UnderSea – 2018-07-21

Location: 29 08.5N-118 17.1W in 244 ft depth.Wind 1-2 kts ne and seas 0-1 ft ne
Status: Anchored at 29 08.5N-118 17.1W in 244 ft depth.
Weather: Wind 1-2 kts NE and seas 0-1 ft NE.

Today at Guadalupe Island the water temperature has been at 70˚F for the surface cages and 68˚F for the submersible cages with no current. The first guest in the surface cage experienced one of yesterday’s 10ft male sharks passing nearby the cage and bait with some breaches. All the guests that were on the deck at this time got very exited and started prepping for the turns. A few moments after, our friend Gunther, a 12ft male shark, showed up. Gunther put made his presence known by jumping few times in front of the NUS stern! Right before lunch, three different sharks continued to pass and breach in front of the NUS stern. A very action filled day here in Guadalupe!

–Captain Mantarey

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

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