Captain’s Noon Report – 2019-10-16

Location: 29.08.27N – 118.17.09W
Weather: WT: 68F. Viz: 100ft
Status: anchored in 250Ft

Another day in paradise, flat seas, hardly any wind, air temperature 75F and guests are happy! Shark action is slow at times but it picks up all of a sudden and guests go crazy! I just had one of my best Guadalupe dives, this one shark is going crazy for the baits and the way he works his strategy is just amazing. He is giving the wranglers such a hard time. He’s not just a fast shark, he’s pretty smart. His name is MACE. This one time he was going around the cage a few times and he rubbed his pectoral fin on my cage. He does this so he can sneak the baits. There were also a huge female with at least 30 pilot fishes around. It is our last day and guests are not missing a dive.

Capt. Beto

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

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