Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-09-16

Location: Lat 28 17.5N Long 115 32.36W
Weather: Variable light Winds and 2-3 ft South swell. Water Visibility 40-45ft, water temperature 18-20C.
Status: At anchor at San Benito Island in 130 ft depth.

We arrived yesterday afternoon just before dinner. This morning we have done 2 dives so far. More sea lions for today, not as playful as the ones at Cedros, but really close making for some great pictures. Lot of reef fishes, kelp bass, California sheepheads, Guitar rays and short kelp. Today some divers has skipped the dives and we have take them to a skiff tour along shore to they can take some pictures of sea lions and the island. Some sea lions were really curious and approached really close to the skiff and were doing some jumps and spins while they breach. Everyone wants to see sharks now and no more sea lions and they have asked me to go to Guadalupe today, so we are going to depart shortly to Guadalupe to arrive tomorrow morning there.
– Captain Vicente

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

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