Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-04-22

Location: Cabo Pearce

Weather: Calm sea, clear sky with patches of clouds. Water temp: 22C, Visibility: 25M, Light Current from NE.

Status: Lat 18 46.6 N Long 112 54.60 W

We arrived this morning at Cabo Pearce. We are the only boat here. Cabo Pearce is ours. We had a very good dive this morning. Our divers saw octopus, dolphins, white tips, and some silkies hanging around. That was amazing. On the second dive, we had a school of jacks, hammerheads, and mantas. We put the kayaks in the water and some guests used them for hanging around and had fun. Yesterday, the weather at Roca was not good at all, the dive was ok but Cabo Pearce is much better today. I cannot describe what I feel when a guest comes out of the water with a lovely smile. I always say that the sea heals our soul.

-Capt. Adrian

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

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