Captains Noon Report – Under Sea – 2018-08-23

Location: Lat 29 08.13N Long 118 17.08W
Weather: sunny sky here at NE of Guadalupe, cloudy at the horizon. 72F, Air temp 80F, vis 80+ ft.
Status: At Anchor in Guadalupe in 245 ft depth

We had nice weather the rest of the crossing to Guadalupe. Arrived at 22 hrs to anchoring position. It was a cloudy night like the rest of the day, but as soon as we arrived to the north point of Guadalupe, the clouds disappeared, and we were able to see very bright stars. It was like Guadalupe was giving us the welcome. Cages deployed in the water after anchor dropped. Today we started our diving day with two divers ready at 0630. First Shark showed up after 5 mins of the first bait were thrown in. We are having a very busy morning with non-stop submersible cages and sharks. It was a slow start but it has been better, now we have more action at surface, and guests are enjoying the show. So far 7 different sharks have gotten close to the boat and the baits, 4 juveniles sharks and 3 medium-big ones, looks like one of them is Maze. Great seeing their friendly faces.

Capt. Vicente

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