Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-05-09

Location: Canyon

Weather: Vis 60-70 feets water Temp. 25 degrees, strong winds and moderate current.

Status: Lat 19 17 ’75 “N Long 110 48′ 67” W.

Yesterday, on the last two dives at Canyon, things changed for the better. Fortunately our divers saw mantas, galapagos, silver tips, white tips and many lobsters. They ended with a happy day and even sang and danced after dinner. Today, in the morning at the Canyon, we had a spectacular sunrise, very strong winds NW and strong current. After the hot breakfast, our divers were very optimistic. The first dive was fabulous because they played with dolphins and a large, chevron manta. The second dive was amazing because they observed a school of hammerhead sharks, three mantas, 10 galapagos, many silver tips, and white tips. To everyone’s amazement, a group of eight killer false whales arrived. Our divers never cease to be amazed by such a show. We hope that in the last two dives of this line are better, at night we will have the snorkel.

– Captain Adrian

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

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