Captains Noon Report – Undersea – 2019-02-19

Location: Lat. 19 17.64N, Long 110 48.45 W.
Status: At anchorage at the Canyon. 80 meters deep
Weather: Wind 6-8 kts, seas 2-4 fts W, Water Temp 76F, Vis 70-80 fts, Current east

Yesterday was an incredible day of diving for our customers, in the afternoon they observed a variety of species including: very large hammerheads, silvertips school, jacks, chevron mantas, black mantas, galapagos, silkies and eel. vis.60-70 fts, water temp 78F The divers are happy to be in this wonderful place. we had the boats, Rocio del mar, Valentina, solmar, Explorer and a private sailboat. The dives have been good and tidy. Today in the morning the day began cold and windy, in the two dives we were observed many species of fish, including Galapagos, Dolphins, Silvertips, black mantas, chevrons mantas, white tips, hammerheads, Jacks school. Our passengers every dive enjoy it more and more. All guests and crew are happy.
– Capt. Adrian

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

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