Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-07-30

Location: Lat 29 08.64N Long 118 17.09W.
Weather: Clear sunny sky. Vis 100+ ft, water temp 68-69 F.
Status: At anchor at Guadalupe Island in 245 ft depth.

South of Monkey face. Another great at Guadalupe. First dive day of the trip has been really good. 2 Sharks were around the cages just before start the day. As soon as we opened the cages 5 divers were ready to go in. Early morning shark show with 3 different male sharks, one of them was Kendric. Around 5 different sharks we have seen today are all males. We had an almost full breach from one shark who came straight from underneath and stole the bait to the wrangler. All guests are really impressed and happy and having an amazing shark week. The morning started completely cloudy and chilly, with cool light winds from the N. Around 11 am clouds disappeared becoming a beautiful sunny day. Visibility has been great 100+ ft and water temp was around 68-69 F.

Capt. Vicente

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