Captain’s Noon Report – Under Sea – 2019-10-23

Location: Lat 29 07.84N Long. 118 17.04W
Weather: Sunny skies. Warm Day. Mostly calm winds and seas. Water temperature 20C, Visibility 90+ft
Status: At Anchor at Guadalupe, 240 ft depth

We arrived last night to Guadalupe Island after a nice ride from port. The guests were watching while we were putting the cages in the water. Today we started early cutting tuna and wrangling at 6:30 am. The first diver got in the water just before 7 am. The first shark showed up around 7 am, so then everybody wanted to be in the cages. It has been a great morning, sharks have been very active, especially the last couple of hours as sharks have been around constantly attacking the tuna and we have had some good breaches. We have seen around 6-7 different sharks so far, Jette is one identified. Guests are having a blast and are enjoying it either from the cages or the sun deck. Looking forward to a great afternoon.
-Captain Vicente

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

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