Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea

Location: Lat 29 08.89N Long 118 16.96W. 0.185 NM from shore
Weather: Light wind, Seas mostly calm, clear sunny skies. Visibility 90+ft in the deep, 50 ft at the surface, water temperature 19-21C
Status: At anchor at Guadalupe Island in 244 ft depth

Yesterday afternoon shark action got better, sharks started to come to the surface and attacking the bait. A couple of shark heads out of the water and mouth wide open showing their big, sharp teeth. At the end of the day all guests were satisfied and happy. Shark action today, was much better than yesterday morning. Today sharks have been sneaking through the thermocline directly to the bait, some successful attempts and other ones not. We have been able to see 6 different sharks so far. Visibility down in the submersible cages is much better than at the surface.

-Captain Vicente

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