Captain’s Noon Report – Nautilus Belle Amie – 2019-10-04

Location: 29.08.64N – 118.17.11W
Weather: Blue skies. Ocean vis: 120ft. Ocean temp: 72F
Status: anchored in 230 Ft Guadalupe island

Today is an amazing day, we had a nice crossing, we got here early, and the action this morning has been non stop with loads and loads of sharks! I did two dives this morning and the first one was one of the best I’ve ever had. This is my third season here and the action was amazing! I counted at least 14 different sharks on that very first dive of the day. There are some big females and few males, some carrying tags and some really active going for the bait. The sharks were getting close to the cages and the guests loved it! We had six sharks in view all at once. Ocean is flat and calm. Light to no current. One funny thing was to see the yellow fin tuna scratching their backs against the rough skin of the sharks. Life is good.

Capt. Beto

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

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