Captains Noon Report – Undersea – 2019-08-30

Location: At anchor at Guadalupe Island in 260 ft depth. Lat 29 08.29N Long 118 17.07W. 0.160 NM from shore

Weather: Mostly calm winds;and calm seas, 1-2 ft swell Clear Sunny Sky Water Vis 100+ft, water temp 20C. It is a beatiful day today, Sunny skies, light breeze, almost flat seas and great water visibility. And of course sharks!

Today its has been a good morning but not as good as yesterday morning. The action today is slower compared as yesterday, but there are sharks, We have seen probably around five different today, swimming under the boat and passing by the cages. Paul Walker is here today again. Today our divers decided to have some rest as our first guest that showed up on dive deck was around 730 in the morning and the first one to jump in the cages was at 8am. They are talking and relaxed, enjoying the view from the sundeck and the sharks, By now all of them have been in the water at least once. Yesterday Afternoon was great, there was a moment when we saw 5 different sharks at same time from the surface cages. Sad Face, Paul Walker, Luca Arnone, Jette, Crazy Tryss and others. According to Martin he said there was 18 different sharks yesterday, the ones we saw in his pictures, which was amazing. Guests and crew doing great.

  • Captain Vicente

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