Captains Noon Report – UnderSea – 2018-07-31

Location: Lat 29 08.05N Long 118 17.10W
Status: Anchored in 220 ft depth
Weather: Light Wind from North and calm sea, partially cloud sky

At anchor at Guadalupe Island. This morning was totally cloudy, but now clouds are dissipating and letting us see a nice blue and sunny sky. Vis is around 90-100 ft. Water temp 72F. Good action at surface most of the morning, 6 different sharks have come to surface and tried to get the bait. 4 males and 3 females. The biggest one around 14-15 ft. But a guest came out of the cage saying that there is a big female below around 15-16 ft. She hasn’t came to the surface yet. Today we have had only one submersible cage so far. Guests prefer to be in the surface cages and seeing the action. Everyone is enjoying and having fun. Yesterday afternoon was as good as the morning. Most of the dives were in the surface cages, where all the action was. only 3 submersible cages from yesterday.
– Capt. Vicente

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