Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-05-16

Location: At Anchor at Roca Partida 240 ft depth.

Weather: Wind NNE 8-10kts; 3-4 ft swell from the N Overcast skies 8/8 Water temp 23C Vis 100 ft Current medium to strong from the E.

Status: Lat. 18 59.39N Long 112 05.0W

Yesterday afternoon was a very exciting dive for the guests. The first dive following lunch offered good diving conditions with lots of shark action, white tips and silver tips. The final dive of yesterday was deemed the best dive of the day despite having dolphins in the morning due to a large whale shark that had showed up. The whale shark was not shy, continued to circle the rock and was present for the entire dive. “Best dive of the trip so far.” This morning offered good dives with calm conditions and an overcast sky. Four silver tips were spotted and a school of tunas. One guest was excited about the lobsters he had spotted. Guests and crew seem to be in good attitude and are looking forward to Clarion.

– Captain Vicente

By Noon Reports

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

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