Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea

Location: Lat 29 08.39N Long 118 17.07W. 0.17 NM from shore
Weather: Clear Sunny Sky Water Vis 100+ft, water temp 20C.
Status: At anchor at Guadalupe Island in 250 ft depth

Arrived this morning to Guadalupe from San Benitos. It was a nice and smooth ride all the way here. As soon as we dropped anchor we started to put the cages in the water and by 8am we were ready for divers to jump in the cages. First diver to be in the water was around 8:40 am. and first shark appeared around that time. It started slow on surface, with just one shark every 30 mins or so, but it got better throughout the morning, having good action the last couple of hours. The submersible cages was better, seeing 5 different sharks at once. We have seen around 6 different sharks this morning. We think Paul Walker and Kenric have been here, we need to see pictures to be 100% sure. Guests are so happy to finally be able to see the sharks, we have had full cages this morning. Looking forward to a great day.

By Noon Reports

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

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