Captain’s Noon Report – Explorer – 2019-05-09

Location: Socorro Island “Cabo Pearce”

Weather: Winds: 10/15 kt NW Waves: calm in the bay Visibility : 15/20 meters. Water temperature: 21/22 degrees. Currents Medium/hard from NE to SW We are at Cabo Pearce with cloudy/sunny sky and protected by the wall.

We arrived yesterday at 2300 and had a good night with calm seas. This morning we made the first dive at 0730. All divers are happy because a group of dolphins played with them with their usual happiness. They also saw many different types of sharks including silkies, duskies, a group of 8-10 hammerheads, and several “bonitos”, the smallest brother of tunas. The strong currents tired our divers and on their return they were ready for the hot breakfast. On the second dive, the currents were better, but they did not see too much. Just a couple of hammerheads and few a dolphins, but they enjoyed the underwater geography. With nature, you never know what can happen on the next dive.

– Captain Josef

By Noon Reports

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

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