Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-09-17

Location: Lat 29 08.40N Long 118 17.08W. 0.17 NM from shore.
Weather: Light variable winds ; 1-2 ft swell from North. Clear Sunny Sky Water Visibility 60-70ft, water temperature 20C.
Status: At anchor at Guadalupe Island in 245 ft depth.

Yesterday afternoon was great and the shark action was awesome! Geoff Nuttal was putting on a show all day long at the surface and passing really close to the submersible cages. Near the end of the day, Sad Face showed up to give us a great ending. Neptune and Joker were the other two sharks that we identified from yesterday. Today started really slow, two sharks that tried take the tuna, but that was all. Within the last hour things are getting better, the sharks started to come up to surface. In the surface cages there was one dive were they could see 4 different sharks, one of them was a female, Chelsea.
– Captain Vicente

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