Captains Noon Report – Undersea – 2018-07-30

Location: Lat 29 08.05N Long 118 17.10W
Status: At anchor at Guadalupe Island. in 220 ft depth
Weather: Wind and sea are calm. Partially cloud sky

This morning was totally cloudy, with some drizzle around 0600 hrs. Right now we are having some patches of blue sky and sun is showing up, so we are having better visibility from surface. Vis is around 100 ft, we can see the anchor chain! Water temp 71F. Pretty busy morning with good action at surface. 4 different sharks have come to surface and tried to get the bait. One of them that we could identify is Luca Arnone, he is 13 ft long. The biggest shark we have seen today was a female around 15-16 ft. We have had a few nice breaches today. Most of guests are staying at the surface cages. Everyone is enjoying the day. Yesterday afternoon got a little bit better than yesterday morning. We had good action at the surface and below in the submersible. The two sharks we identified yesterday was Luca and Slashfin. We are sharing the site with our friends, The Explorer as they arrived yesterday evening. Stay tuned, more to come!
– Capt. Vicente

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