Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-10-15

Location: Lat 29 08.02N Long. 118 17.04W
Weather: North 1-2f swell Water temp 19-20C, Visibility 80ft No current
Status: At Anchor at Guadalupe, 260 ft depth

Yesterday was an amazing day! We had sharks all day long at the surface and in submersible cages. We saw around 15 different sharks in the whole day; Rhett, Renegade, Keyser Soze, Nicole, Geoff Nuttal, Poseidon, Doug were some sharks from yesterday. At the end f the day everyone was totally happy for such an amazing day. We ended the night with steak and salmon and we cerebrated 3 birthdays with a delicious chocolate cake. This morning weather conditions are calm, but we just have a 1-2 ft swell coming from the north point of the island that make the surface cage a bit bouncy but that doesn’t stop our divers from enjoying the great show of sharks. We started early with shark action, as a shark showed up before 7 am, after that action has been good at surface and submersible. Mace has been around here as well as another 5 different sharks. Water visibility is okay, around 80 ft, but isn’t as great as yesterday. We can barely see the anchor chain. Water temperature has been the same. Day looks good to have a great ending of the trip. We will depart this afternoon back to Ensenada, and this is the sad day for our divers, they all wanted to have an extra day of sharks.

Capt. Under Sea

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

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