Captains Noon Report – Undersea – 2018-08-20

Location: At Anchor in Guadalupe in 240 ft depth. Lat 29 08.55N Long 118 17.09W Between Monkey face and Sweet spot
Weather: Light Wind from N, Calm seas Overcast with some patches of bule and sun.
Status: Water temp 72F, Air Temp 80F, Vis. 70+ ft Very, very light current to North

Just right now a pod of Dolphins are crossing between us and the Explorer. This morning has been quite slow, has been action at surface but there’s moments that there’s nothing. In the morning in the submersible cages, 4 sharks at the same time under the boat. At surface we have seen 4 diferent sharks so far. First couple of divers were ready by 0630 am, after that 2 hours later the next diver got in the cage. Some of guests has been only watching and taking pictures from the sun deck. Yesterday we had got good action, “Andy” the Shark proclaimed himself the owner of the Undersea, he doesn’t let any other sharks come close to the boat and the baits. He was the only one trying to get the baits. Other juvenile sharks came really fast to the boat and tried to get the baits, and if they don’t get the bait they swim away from the boat. Yesterday after dinner We celebrated a guest’s 16th birthday. Felipe made a special cake for him and all crew sang happy birthday. And it was also our crew, Osayuki’s birthday. Happy birthday!!
– Capt. Vicente

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