Captains Noon Report – Explorer – 2019-10-19

Location: 29° 08.5’N / 180° 17’ W (Guadalupe Island / Monkey Face spot) 0.178 CPA to the wall

Weather: Wind: N-NW-WNW 20/25kt seas: 2/3ft short swell sunny sky Depth: 260 ft all chain out W/T: 19°/20° VZ: 25/30 meters

Jawesome evening yesterday in the submersible cages with constant females coming to swim around the cages. Shark id was conducted with lots of expectation and cocktail hour attended by DMs, mate and capie. During shark id we start with some daiquiris and beers. Strong winds today are making the cages operations more difficult. We help the guests that needs extra assistance to get in and out and pass the weight belts when they are in the door of the cage. We have visits from Andy, Slash fin and 2 beautiful females. All divers are happy cause in all dives they were always able to see sharks, and this is why we are here. Today we start our way home, heading north with rough seas forecast and strong winds, guests are briefed in that and hope they can enjoy very much their last night on board. All guests and crew doing great.

  • Captain Josep

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