Captain’s Noon Report-Under Sea – 2019-01-12

Location:At Anchor at The Canyon,Lat 19 17.77N Long 110 48.65W
Status:50 ft deep
Weather:Water temp 76F Vis 15-20 mts

Arrived last night at The canyon. Two god dives so far here. First Dive was good, started slow with just a few reef white tip sharks, then a few Galapagos showed up near to the receiver. But the last 15 minutes, a pod of dolphins came to the group and stayed there. So at the end was great. Current was moderate to the south. Temp was 76 F and vis around 25 mts. By the second dive current decreased but vis decreased as well around to 15 mts. But the dive was still great, No dolphins this time but one Chevron Manta was around plus hammerheads that were going back and forward. Divers had enjoyed today’s dives. We are sharing the site with Rocio del Mar. Planing to finish the day here and go tomorrow to the Boiler. Winds started to pick up through the morning. Yesterday at Cabo Pearce, after the second dive we went to navy base. Once we finish Navy inspection, we went back to Cabo Pearce for our last dive. At silky snorkel most of guest got in the water, there were around 10 silkies. Everyone enjoyed even the ones that didn’t snorkel.

-Captain Vicente

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

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