Captain’s Noon Report – Nautilus Explorer – 2019-10-04

Location: 29° 08’N / 118 ° 17’ W
Weather: Wind: Slightly SE, Seas: calm, sunny sky W/T: 19°/20° VZ: 25/30
Status: Guadalupe Island / south of Monkey Face Dept 265 ft

This morning started the day with the best morning action of the trip. Two enthusiastic sharks appeared and both made breaches stealing the bait. Guests are enjoying the amazing show. In the submersibles it was great too and at least 3 juveniles are in deep waters. All guests are expecting to see Lucy as our sister boat Undersea saw her yesterday, we hope to have her visit! Yesterday afternoon was an explosion of sharks. Andy again playing around for couple of hours and making our day, and 3 big males swimming all the time near both cages! Today is a sad day as we have to say goodbye to Guadalupe Island. We are expecting good and smooth sailing north with max wind 10kt and quiet seas. We will see what the reality is.

Capt. Josep

By Noon Reports

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

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