Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-06-15

Location: Lat. 19 17.740 Long 110 48.430
Weather: Wind NW 4-6 kts; NW 1-2 ft seas cloudy with breaks of sun, sky 5/8
Status: Anchored at Canyon

The guests last night were all in great spirits and were bonding nicely. Some of the guests shared their experiences of how they’re involved in the marine world. They concluded the evening together by all watching Blue Planet together in the salon. The mornings first dive offered a variety of sharks. We had five galapagos, ten silky, eight white tip, seven silver tip, four hammerhead and to top it all off four dolphins and two large tunas. You could see the joy and wonder on the faces as everyone exited the water. The second dive offered six chevron mantas, a school of jacks, seven white tips, seven silky sharks, five galapagos, four hammerheads, and four turtles. The guests were smiling and all sharing their stories with one another. Now everyone is looking forward to lunch and to get back into the water.

By Noon Reports

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

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