Captain’s Noon Report- Under Sea

Location: At anchor at Guadalupe Island in 245 ft depth. Lat 29 08.64N Long 118 17.05W.

Weather: Vis 80-90 ft, water temp 68-70 F.

Another great day, Sunny skies, light wind and sharks!! The morning started kind of slow first shark showed up around 8 am. But since then sharks have been constantly around. Around 9:30 shark peak hour, we saw four sharks at once near the surface and 5 different sharks in submersible cages. from 10 to 11 action calmed down and the last hour there were 2 different sharks constantly attacking the baits. Those two sharks are 12-13 ft the biggest ones we have seen so far this season. Guests are having an amazing time watching the action from the cages and from the sun deck, today most of them are taking the day more time to relax than yesterday, but they all have been in the water at least once today. Yesterday afternoon action continues until we closed cages but guests done diving around 5pm, but we continue wrangling to give to them some action at the surface. Water got murky yesterday so visibility dropped considerably.

-Captain Vicente

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

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