Captain’s Noon Report – Explorer – 2019-08-18

Location: 29°08.54’N 118°17.52’W “monkey face” Guadalupe Island.
Weather: Wind: Calm seas: Calm sunny/cloudy sky W/T: 18° Visibility: 25/30 meters.
Status: 0.168NM to the wall Depth: 212 ft. all chain out (4.5 shots)

Yesterday we arrived at Guadalupe island under thick fog and it was almost dark. As soon as we were at anchor we started to drop the cages with the watchful eyes of the clients observing all the operations. As all the first dive days, the guests are awake early and came to see how we prepare the tuna. The morning started also bit cold and foggy but now the sun is already out and the temperature is better. The presence of sharks in the surface cages for the moment its not a lot, just 3 coming to try to take our tuna. In the submersible cages its another story, we have the awesome visits of Kenrick, Brutus and Andy swimming around the cages with their exuberant and harmonic style.
-Captain Josep

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

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