Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-06-07

Location:Lat. 19 17.75N Long 110 48.40W
Weather: W winds 6-10 kts; Calm seas Overcast sky Water temp 23C Vis 90-100 ft
Status: At Anchor at The Canyon 75 ft depth

Arrived last night at the canyon after a smooth ride, weather conditions calmed down considerably through the day. This morning we have had calm and calm seas at the Canyon. There was no current by the first dive, but on the second dive wind and surface current increased a bit. Check dive was good most of divers didn’t have any problems with the bouyancy and they could go down easily. One Manta, a few dolphins with a baby dolphin and some Galapagos and silver tips sharks were sighted for the first dive. They had a great check out dive but second dive got much better. This time 4 Mantas could be spotted, 3 Chevron and 1 Black Manta, plus again a small pod of 8-9 dolphins and all the shark action at the receiver.

-Capt. Vicente

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

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