Captain’s Noon Report-Under Sea – 2019-03-24

Location:Lat. 19 17.76N Long 110 48.
Status:At Anchor at The Canyon 55 ft depth.
Weather:51W Wind N 8-10 kts; 1-2 ft swell from W Clear sky Water temp 24C Vis 50-60 ft

We arrived yesterday afternoon after the last dive at the boiler.Two amazing dives First dive wast the best a school of 20-25 hammerheads, few dolphins and Mantas, plus a lot of Galapagos and silvertips sharks at the receiver. Visibility was very good 80-90 ft, water temp 23C and there was a minimal current to SW. Second dive was same as good but no dolphins, only a few Mantas, Hammerheads, Galapagos and underneath the boat a school of jacks and silkies. Vis decreased a little bit 60-70 ft Water temp 24C and Current still to SW. Last diving day of the trip, hoping action keep as good as in the morning. Departing tomorrow morning to Cabo San Lucas.

-Captain Vicente

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

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