Captains Noon Report – Undersea – 2019-08-24

Location: At anchor at Guadalupe Island in 255 ft depth. Lat 29 08.00N Long 118 17.04W. 0.160 NM from shore

Weather: Mostly light variable winds and calm seas. Sunny skies with patches of low clouds. Vis 90+ft , water temp 20C.

Arrived last night at Guadalupe after a nice and smooth ride from Ensenada. As soon as we were at anchor, we deployed cages in the water, there were a lot of storm petrels flying around the boat, as soon we finished, we turn off all deck lights to avoid that storm petrels landing in to the boat. This morning guests were ready at 6:30 to jump in the cages and after 20 min the first shark appeared. It has been a good morning, we have seen around 6-7 different sharks so far, no one identified yet. In one of the submersible dives they saw 5 different sharks, 4 males and 1 med-large female with a couple of pilot fishes. Guests had been spending the morning in the cages, as they are pretty excited and happy to see sharks. Looking forward for a great end of the day with more shark action.

  • Captain Vicente

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